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Champlin: Welcome to Legion Field, where UAB hosts FAU in its C-USA opener
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RE: Champlin: Welcome to Legion Field, where UAB hosts FAU in its C-USA opener
(10-05-2013 08:43 PM)mixduptransistor Wrote:  The only way that will work is saying you're not going to give them any more money. Otherwise why would they care how pissed off you are?

But, that gets you labeled as a bad person, threatened to be run off from here, stay home because we don't need those kinds of fans anyway. Whatever.

Man's got a point. It's the equivalent of old people that use to say "Don't make any noise, just keep moving and it'll get better." At some point make some noise to let them feel the heat and let them KNOW that you want better.
I think we all are gonna support the program, but no one should be expected to "shut up and just go with it."
10-05-2013 08:59 PM
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RE: Champlin: Welcome to Legion Field, where UAB hosts FAU in its C-USA opener
(10-05-2013 06:28 PM)FNblazer Wrote:  One of the most frustrating aspects of today was the continuation of the offensive woes. We had a chance to go up 14-3 today but couldn't convert a 2nd and goal at the 3. After the blocked FG, a TD may have swung the momentum all the way over and carried us to a win. But we sputtered out. Special teams was the only fun phase of the game to watch today. We will have to focus on offense vs FIU or we will come back from Miami with another loss. This was the battle for 5th in CUSA East, and we lost it. Better not lose the team here now or it will be a death spiral.

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UAB games seem to swing on just such "ifs" and "buts". Our games hinge on keeping momentum. We don't take advantage of opportunities. We can't squander big plays by ending up with no points. What does it take to get a killer instinct?
10-05-2013 10:32 PM
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RE: Champlin: Welcome to Legion Field, where UAB hosts FAU in its C-USA opener
Exactly. It's so anticlimactic when a TD call gets overturned, only for them to run the same play and score again with ease.
10-05-2013 10:35 PM
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