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RE: American vs Power teams
(09-10-2017 06:38 PM)fanhood Wrote:  
(09-10-2017 06:21 PM)HuskyU Wrote:  
(09-10-2017 06:13 PM)fanhood Wrote:  
(09-10-2017 05:12 PM)Knightbengal Wrote:  We may not end up playing gt we can't practice until Thursday. That means two days to prepare for a triple option at best

How are you going to get out of playing the game? And what would be the excuse? "We didn't have enough time to prepare?" I would assume that would be a forfeit.

Wow. Any relation to Arkansas State fans? Florida is going through a potentially catastrophic natural disaster. Would your tone be the same if San Diego was in the midst of a devastating earthquake the week of their next football game at Colorado? Douche.

Ummm, I have evacuated my home, sandbagged it, and have taken my family, which includes a five day old daughter to my in-laws house. We are riding the storm out here, as my in-laws live three hours north of where we live, and do not live on a barrier island like my family does. My home is three blocks from the beach. Thankfully for us, the storm appears to be staying south.

I have been activated to respond to six Hurricanes in the past five years. The only reason I am not activated for this one, is because my Commander told me to take care of my new born as opposed to stage at the armory with my Soldiers. Thus I complied. I have more experiences serving during Hurricanes, and other natural disasters and personally preparing for them, than I would ever wish upon anyone.

Point remains, many teams make this work. For example, my Alma Mater has adjusted two straight years to Hurricanes. Last year, we played a game against North Greenville, instead of at home. This week, we played at Presbyterian College, instead of at home, and the players are at a camp ground. Miami Central played a game in Vegas on Friday night. Numerous other teams adjusted.

Furthermore, none of the players are essential first responders, like some of the rest of us. Thus, it is logical to transport them to another location, where they can practice and then play.

Be careful who you call a douche, when you know nothing of the person, their service, or their current situation.


Your service while commendable does not distract from the fact that you just advocated for a team to forfeit because a hurricane is hitting them. Pretty sure that falls in douchey catagory.
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RE: American vs Power teams
(09-10-2017 07:02 PM)TU4ever Wrote:  
(09-10-2017 06:38 PM)fanhood Wrote:  
(09-10-2017 06:21 PM)HuskyU Wrote:  
(09-10-2017 06:13 PM)fanhood Wrote:  
(09-10-2017 05:12 PM)Knightbengal Wrote:  We may not end up playing gt we can't practice until Thursday. That means two days to prepare for a triple option at best

How are you going to get out of playing the game? And what would be the excuse? "We didn't have enough time to prepare?" I would assume that would be a forfeit.

Wow. Any relation to Arkansas State fans? Florida is going through a potentially catastrophic natural disaster. Would your tone be the same if San Diego was in the midst of a devastating earthquake the week of their next football game at Colorado? Douche.

Ummm, I have evacuated my home, sandbagged it, and have taken my family, which includes a five day old daughter to my in-laws house. We are riding the storm out here, as my in-laws live three hours north of where we live, and do not live on a barrier island like my family does. My home is three blocks from the beach. Thankfully for us, the storm appears to be staying south.

I have been activated to respond to six Hurricanes in the past five years. The only reason I am not activated for this one, is because my Commander told me to take care of my new born as opposed to stage at the armory with my Soldiers. Thus I complied. I have more experiences serving during Hurricanes, and other natural disasters and personally preparing for them, than I would ever wish upon anyone.

Point remains, many teams make this work. For example, my Alma Mater has adjusted two straight years to Hurricanes. Last year, we played a game against North Greenville, instead of at home. This week, we played at Presbyterian College, instead of at home, and the players are at a camp ground. Miami Central played a game in Vegas on Friday night. Numerous other teams adjusted.

Furthermore, none of the players are essential first responders, like some of the rest of us. Thus, it is logical to transport them to another location, where they can practice and then play.

Be careful who you call a douche, when you know nothing of the person, their service, or their current situation.


Your service while commendable does not distract from the fact that you just advocated for a team to forfeit because a hurricane is hitting them. Pretty sure that falls in douchey catagory.

I am not going to make assumptions of your experiences, but it appears you don't know what you are talking about. I can list five examples off the top of my head where Universities have adjusted to these exact situations. Two of which happened this weekend. If the players are not first responders, the University can re-locate them. It takes work, but can, and frequently is done.
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RE: American vs Power teams
(09-10-2017 07:02 PM)TU4ever Wrote:  
(09-10-2017 06:38 PM)fanhood Wrote:  
(09-10-2017 06:21 PM)HuskyU Wrote:  
(09-10-2017 06:13 PM)fanhood Wrote:  
(09-10-2017 05:12 PM)Knightbengal Wrote:  We may not end up playing gt we can't practice until Thursday. That means two days to prepare for a triple option at best

How are you going to get out of playing the game? And what would be the excuse? "We didn't have enough time to prepare?" I would assume that would be a forfeit.

Wow. Any relation to Arkansas State fans? Florida is going through a potentially catastrophic natural disaster. Would your tone be the same if San Diego was in the midst of a devastating earthquake the week of their next football game at Colorado? Douche.

Ummm, I have evacuated my home, sandbagged it, and have taken my family, which includes a five day old daughter to my in-laws house. We are riding the storm out here, as my in-laws live three hours north of where we live, and do not live on a barrier island like my family does. My home is three blocks from the beach. Thankfully for us, the storm appears to be staying south.

I have been activated to respond to six Hurricanes in the past five years. The only reason I am not activated for this one, is because my Commander told me to take care of my new born as opposed to stage at the armory with my Soldiers. Thus I complied. I have more experiences serving during Hurricanes, and other natural disasters and personally preparing for them, than I would ever wish upon anyone.

Point remains, many teams make this work. For example, my Alma Mater has adjusted two straight years to Hurricanes. Last year, we played a game against North Greenville, instead of at home. This week, we played at Presbyterian College, instead of at home, and the players are at a camp ground. Miami Central played a game in Vegas on Friday night. Numerous other teams adjusted.

Furthermore, none of the players are essential first responders, like some of the rest of us. Thus, it is logical to transport them to another location, where they can practice and then play.

Be careful who you call a douche, when you know nothing of the person, their service, or their current situation.


Your service while commendable does not distract from the fact that you just advocated for a team to forfeit because a hurricane is hitting them. Pretty sure that falls in douchey catagory.

Exactly. You, fanhood, initiated all this with your comments, especially on a fan board with a huge connection to the state of Florida. I have multiple family members who got stuck there, particularly my grandparents and uncle in Naples. To suggest people are using this hurricane to dodge football opponents shows a total lack of sensitivity regarding the serious situation at hand. And I take that personally.
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RE: American vs Power teams
(09-10-2017 07:09 PM)HuskyU Wrote:  
(09-10-2017 07:02 PM)TU4ever Wrote:  
(09-10-2017 06:38 PM)fanhood Wrote:  
(09-10-2017 06:21 PM)HuskyU Wrote:  
(09-10-2017 06:13 PM)fanhood Wrote:  How are you going to get out of playing the game? And what would be the excuse? "We didn't have enough time to prepare?" I would assume that would be a forfeit.

Wow. Any relation to Arkansas State fans? Florida is going through a potentially catastrophic natural disaster. Would your tone be the same if San Diego was in the midst of a devastating earthquake the week of their next football game at Colorado? Douche.

Ummm, I have evacuated my home, sandbagged it, and have taken my family, which includes a five day old daughter to my in-laws house. We are riding the storm out here, as my in-laws live three hours north of where we live, and do not live on a barrier island like my family does. My home is three blocks from the beach. Thankfully for us, the storm appears to be staying south.

I have been activated to respond to six Hurricanes in the past five years. The only reason I am not activated for this one, is because my Commander told me to take care of my new born as opposed to stage at the armory with my Soldiers. Thus I complied. I have more experiences serving during Hurricanes, and other natural disasters and personally preparing for them, than I would ever wish upon anyone.

Point remains, many teams make this work. For example, my Alma Mater has adjusted two straight years to Hurricanes. Last year, we played a game against North Greenville, instead of at home. This week, we played at Presbyterian College, instead of at home, and the players are at a camp ground. Miami Central played a game in Vegas on Friday night. Numerous other teams adjusted.

Furthermore, none of the players are essential first responders, like some of the rest of us. Thus, it is logical to transport them to another location, where they can practice and then play.

Be careful who you call a douche, when you know nothing of the person, their service, or their current situation.


Your service while commendable does not distract from the fact that you just advocated for a team to forfeit because a hurricane is hitting them. Pretty sure that falls in douchey catagory.

Exactly. You, fanhood, initiated all this with your comments, especially on a fan board with a huge connection to the state of Florida. I have multiple family members who got stuck there, particularly my grandparents and uncle in Naples. To suggest people are using this hurricane to dodge football opponents shows a total lack of sensitivity regarding the serious situation at hand. And I take that personally.

Nice try. I didn't suggest they were using the Hurricane to dodge a football game. I am simply pointing out the obvious that there are ways to play, and provided multiple examples of how it can be done. All of which have been done, or are currently being executed. In this case, the game is six days from now, so there are even more options.

You chose to insult people personally, ironically, to someone that is currently evacuated with his family, and literally gets activated every year, all while also needing to take care of his own house on a barrier ******* island. Save your outrage for those that are easily manipulated by such BS. I show my "sensitivity" every year when I hop in one of our LMTVs and help our Citizens, or work in the EOC to coordinate efforts.

Get bent.
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RE: American vs Power teams
(09-10-2017 07:14 PM)fanhood Wrote:  
(09-10-2017 07:09 PM)HuskyU Wrote:  
(09-10-2017 07:02 PM)TU4ever Wrote:  
(09-10-2017 06:38 PM)fanhood Wrote:  
(09-10-2017 06:21 PM)HuskyU Wrote:  Wow. Any relation to Arkansas State fans? Florida is going through a potentially catastrophic natural disaster. Would your tone be the same if San Diego was in the midst of a devastating earthquake the week of their next football game at Colorado? Douche.

Ummm, I have evacuated my home, sandbagged it, and have taken my family, which includes a five day old daughter to my in-laws house. We are riding the storm out here, as my in-laws live three hours north of where we live, and do not live on a barrier island like my family does. My home is three blocks from the beach. Thankfully for us, the storm appears to be staying south.

I have been activated to respond to six Hurricanes in the past five years. The only reason I am not activated for this one, is because my Commander told me to take care of my new born as opposed to stage at the armory with my Soldiers. Thus I complied. I have more experiences serving during Hurricanes, and other natural disasters and personally preparing for them, than I would ever wish upon anyone.

Point remains, many teams make this work. For example, my Alma Mater has adjusted two straight years to Hurricanes. Last year, we played a game against North Greenville, instead of at home. This week, we played at Presbyterian College, instead of at home, and the players are at a camp ground. Miami Central played a game in Vegas on Friday night. Numerous other teams adjusted.

Furthermore, none of the players are essential first responders, like some of the rest of us. Thus, it is logical to transport them to another location, where they can practice and then play.

Be careful who you call a douche, when you know nothing of the person, their service, or their current situation.


Your service while commendable does not distract from the fact that you just advocated for a team to forfeit because a hurricane is hitting them. Pretty sure that falls in douchey catagory.

Exactly. You, fanhood, initiated all this with your comments, especially on a fan board with a huge connection to the state of Florida. I have multiple family members who got stuck there, particularly my grandparents and uncle in Naples. To suggest people are using this hurricane to dodge football opponents shows a total lack of sensitivity regarding the serious situation at hand. And I take that personally.

Nice try. I didn't suggest they were using the Hurricane to dodge a football game. I am simply pointing out the obvious that there are ways to play, and provided multiple examples of how it can be done. All of which have been done, or are currently being executed. In this case, the game is six days from now, so there are even more options.

You chose insult people personally, ironically, to someone that is currently evacuated with his family, and literally gets activated every year, all while also needing to take care of his own house on a barrier island. Save your outrage for those that are easily manipulated by such BS. I show my sensitivity every year when I hop in one of our LMTVs and help our Citizens, or work in the EOC to coordinate efforts.

Get bent.

Ironic is you experiencing this natural disaster, and yet criticizing those who aren't making football game logistics the priority. I found your comments insensitive. Perhaps you should try to rephrase things next time as I wasn't the only one to read them in a negative manner.
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RE: American vs Power teams
(09-10-2017 07:22 PM)HuskyU Wrote:  
(09-10-2017 07:14 PM)fanhood Wrote:  
(09-10-2017 07:09 PM)HuskyU Wrote:  
(09-10-2017 07:02 PM)TU4ever Wrote:  
(09-10-2017 06:38 PM)fanhood Wrote:  Ummm, I have evacuated my home, sandbagged it, and have taken my family, which includes a five day old daughter to my in-laws house. We are riding the storm out here, as my in-laws live three hours north of where we live, and do not live on a barrier island like my family does. My home is three blocks from the beach. Thankfully for us, the storm appears to be staying south.

I have been activated to respond to six Hurricanes in the past five years. The only reason I am not activated for this one, is because my Commander told me to take care of my new born as opposed to stage at the armory with my Soldiers. Thus I complied. I have more experiences serving during Hurricanes, and other natural disasters and personally preparing for them, than I would ever wish upon anyone.

Point remains, many teams make this work. For example, my Alma Mater has adjusted two straight years to Hurricanes. Last year, we played a game against North Greenville, instead of at home. This week, we played at Presbyterian College, instead of at home, and the players are at a camp ground. Miami Central played a game in Vegas on Friday night. Numerous other teams adjusted.

Furthermore, none of the players are essential first responders, like some of the rest of us. Thus, it is logical to transport them to another location, where they can practice and then play.

Be careful who you call a douche, when you know nothing of the person, their service, or their current situation.


Your service while commendable does not distract from the fact that you just advocated for a team to forfeit because a hurricane is hitting them. Pretty sure that falls in douchey catagory.

Exactly. You, fanhood, initiated all this with your comments, especially on a fan board with a huge connection to the state of Florida. I have multiple family members who got stuck there, particularly my grandparents and uncle in Naples. To suggest people are using this hurricane to dodge football opponents shows a total lack of sensitivity regarding the serious situation at hand. And I take that personally.

Nice try. I didn't suggest they were using the Hurricane to dodge a football game. I am simply pointing out the obvious that there are ways to play, and provided multiple examples of how it can be done. All of which have been done, or are currently being executed. In this case, the game is six days from now, so there are even more options.

You chose insult people personally, ironically, to someone that is currently evacuated with his family, and literally gets activated every year, all while also needing to take care of his own house on a barrier island. Save your outrage for those that are easily manipulated by such BS. I show my sensitivity every year when I hop in one of our LMTVs and help our Citizens, or work in the EOC to coordinate efforts.

Get bent.

Ironic is you experiencing this natural disaster, and yet criticizing those who aren't making football game logistics the priority. I found your comments insensitive. Perhaps you should try to rephrase things next time as I wasn't the only one to read them in a negative manner.

Again, save your outrage for those that are easily manipulated. So outraged? Put your money where your mouth is, and become a volunteer fire fighter, volunteer police officer, or join the National Guard. Outside of doing something like that, you are just somebody that makes silly insults to someone he/she doesn't know, then feigns outrage, when called out.
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RE: American vs Power teams
(09-10-2017 07:25 PM)fanhood Wrote:  
(09-10-2017 07:22 PM)HuskyU Wrote:  
(09-10-2017 07:14 PM)fanhood Wrote:  
(09-10-2017 07:09 PM)HuskyU Wrote:  
(09-10-2017 07:02 PM)TU4ever Wrote:  Your service while commendable does not distract from the fact that you just advocated for a team to forfeit because a hurricane is hitting them. Pretty sure that falls in douchey catagory.

Exactly. You, fanhood, initiated all this with your comments, especially on a fan board with a huge connection to the state of Florida. I have multiple family members who got stuck there, particularly my grandparents and uncle in Naples. To suggest people are using this hurricane to dodge football opponents shows a total lack of sensitivity regarding the serious situation at hand. And I take that personally.

Nice try. I didn't suggest they were using the Hurricane to dodge a football game. I am simply pointing out the obvious that there are ways to play, and provided multiple examples of how it can be done. All of which have been done, or are currently being executed. In this case, the game is six days from now, so there are even more options.

You chose insult people personally, ironically, to someone that is currently evacuated with his family, and literally gets activated every year, all while also needing to take care of his own house on a barrier island. Save your outrage for those that are easily manipulated by such BS. I show my sensitivity every year when I hop in one of our LMTVs and help our Citizens, or work in the EOC to coordinate efforts.

Get bent.

Ironic is you experiencing this natural disaster, and yet criticizing those who aren't making football game logistics the priority. I found your comments insensitive. Perhaps you should try to rephrase things next time as I wasn't the only one to read them in a negative manner.

Again, save your outrage for those that are easily manipulated. So outraged? Put your money where your mouth is, and become a volunteer fire fighter, volunteer police officer, or join the National Guard. Outside of doing something like that, you are just somebody that makes silly insults to someone he/she doesn't know, then feigns outrage, when called out.

And you have no idea what I do or where I live. Talk about hurling insults to someone you don't know... I think you were insensitive and made a douchey assertation. If you care to continue this discussion, feel free to PM me. I don't want to continue derailing this thread.
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RE: American vs Power teams
(09-10-2017 07:25 PM)fanhood Wrote:  
(09-10-2017 07:22 PM)HuskyU Wrote:  
(09-10-2017 07:14 PM)fanhood Wrote:  
(09-10-2017 07:09 PM)HuskyU Wrote:  
(09-10-2017 07:02 PM)TU4ever Wrote:  Your service while commendable does not distract from the fact that you just advocated for a team to forfeit because a hurricane is hitting them. Pretty sure that falls in douchey catagory.

Exactly. You, fanhood, initiated all this with your comments, especially on a fan board with a huge connection to the state of Florida. I have multiple family members who got stuck there, particularly my grandparents and uncle in Naples. To suggest people are using this hurricane to dodge football opponents shows a total lack of sensitivity regarding the serious situation at hand. And I take that personally.

Nice try. I didn't suggest they were using the Hurricane to dodge a football game. I am simply pointing out the obvious that there are ways to play, and provided multiple examples of how it can be done. All of which have been done, or are currently being executed. In this case, the game is six days from now, so there are even more options.

You chose insult people personally, ironically, to someone that is currently evacuated with his family, and literally gets activated every year, all while also needing to take care of his own house on a barrier island. Save your outrage for those that are easily manipulated by such BS. I show my sensitivity every year when I hop in one of our LMTVs and help our Citizens, or work in the EOC to coordinate efforts.

Get bent.

Ironic is you experiencing this natural disaster, and yet criticizing those who aren't making football game logistics the priority. I found your comments insensitive. Perhaps you should try to rephrase things next time as I wasn't the only one to read them in a negative manner.

Again, save your outrage for those that are easily manipulated. So outraged? Put your money where your mouth is, and become a volunteer fire fighter, volunteer police officer, or join the National Guard. Outside of doing something like that, you are just somebody that makes silly insults to someone he/she doesn't know, then feigns outrage, when called out.

Just a reminder to fanhood, several universities cancelled games last weekend before the hurricane hit. If they cancel some after i doubt it was because people are trying to get out of a game.

Take the L on this one. It was the wrong thing to say.
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RE: American vs Power teams
(09-10-2017 07:35 PM)HuskyU Wrote:  
(09-10-2017 07:25 PM)fanhood Wrote:  
(09-10-2017 07:22 PM)HuskyU Wrote:  
(09-10-2017 07:14 PM)fanhood Wrote:  
(09-10-2017 07:09 PM)HuskyU Wrote:  Exactly. You, fanhood, initiated all this with your comments, especially on a fan board with a huge connection to the state of Florida. I have multiple family members who got stuck there, particularly my grandparents and uncle in Naples. To suggest people are using this hurricane to dodge football opponents shows a total lack of sensitivity regarding the serious situation at hand. And I take that personally.

Nice try. I didn't suggest they were using the Hurricane to dodge a football game. I am simply pointing out the obvious that there are ways to play, and provided multiple examples of how it can be done. All of which have been done, or are currently being executed. In this case, the game is six days from now, so there are even more options.

You chose insult people personally, ironically, to someone that is currently evacuated with his family, and literally gets activated every year, all while also needing to take care of his own house on a barrier island. Save your outrage for those that are easily manipulated by such BS. I show my sensitivity every year when I hop in one of our LMTVs and help our Citizens, or work in the EOC to coordinate efforts.

Get bent.

Ironic is you experiencing this natural disaster, and yet criticizing those who aren't making football game logistics the priority. I found your comments insensitive. Perhaps you should try to rephrase things next time as I wasn't the only one to read them in a negative manner.

Again, save your outrage for those that are easily manipulated. So outraged? Put your money where your mouth is, and become a volunteer fire fighter, volunteer police officer, or join the National Guard. Outside of doing something like that, you are just somebody that makes silly insults to someone he/she doesn't know, then feigns outrage, when called out.

And you have no idea what I do or where I live. Talk about hurling insults to someone you don't know... I think you were insensitive and made a douchey assertation. If you care to continue this discussion, feel free to PM me. I don't want to continue derailing this thread.

Well, are you a volunteer policies officer, fire fighter or Guardsman? Are you a First Responder? If so, I apologize, sincerely. If not, save your faux outrage, and check your silly, ironic insults.

Want to get in topic? Sure. After watching GT's offense, UCF could have another two weeks of practice, and it wouldn't matter. The Citadel has an upstate camp site with lodging, food, etc that they can use for practice. As I said, we have done it two years running now.
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(08-20-2017 08:57 AM)Cubanbull Wrote:  
(08-20-2017 08:52 AM)Bearcats#1 Wrote:  Also, thanks for posting all of these Cuban....nice to see what everyone has vs FCS, G4, and P6

Thanks. I will be updating how we do vs all of the different groups as the year goes on.

(09-10-2017 09:05 PM)fanhood Wrote:  A common sense solution.

http://collegefootballtalk.nbcsports.com...champaign/

Probably not the focus for USF at the moment. Central Florida and Tampa are being hammered as I post. Many more priorities than a college football game for Floridas citizens.
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(09-10-2017 09:13 PM)vick mike Wrote:  
(08-20-2017 08:57 AM)Cubanbull Wrote:  
(08-20-2017 08:52 AM)Bearcats#1 Wrote:  Also, thanks for posting all of these Cuban....nice to see what everyone has vs FCS, G4, and P6

Thanks. I will be updating how we do vs all of the different groups as the year goes on.

(09-10-2017 09:05 PM)fanhood Wrote:  A common sense solution.

http://collegefootballtalk.nbcsports.com...champaign/

Probably not the focus for USF at the moment. Central Florida and Tampa are being hammered as I post. Many more priorities than a college football game for Floridas citizens.

Having personally experienced Katrina, I completely understand the cancellations. Unless you have been through something like the ENTIRE state of Florida is going through right now, you might not know how long it takes to recover. Hell, right now there are 3.3 million people without power. How do you open dorms, feed students, and provide the simple basics of life under those circumstances. FB is far down the list of things that matter right now.

To all Floridians and those of you inland in the southeast where it is headed (hint, Atlanta is about to be under a tropical storm warning, I'm 66 and don't recall that ever happening) our prayers are with you.
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(08-20-2017 08:43 AM)Cubanbull Wrote:  The American has 17 games vs Power teams

Vs ACC- 4 games
Georgia Tech at UCF cancelled
UConn at Virginia 18-38 loss
Boston College at UConn
Virginia Tech at ECU

Vs SEC 1 game
Mizzouri at UConn

Vs BigTen 3 games
UCF at Maryland
Illinois at USF 47-23 win
UC at Michigan 14-36 loss

Vs Big12- 5 games
ECU at West Virginia 20-56 loss
Texas Tech at Houston
SMU at TCU
Tulane at Oklahoma
Tulsa at Oklahoma State. 24-59 loss

Vs PAC 2 games
Houston at Arizona 19-16 win
UCLA at Memphis 48-45 win

Vs Independent 2 games
Navy at Notre Dame
Temple at Notre Dame 16-49 loss

American 3-5
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RE: American vs Power teams
(08-20-2017 08:43 AM)Cubanbull Wrote:  The American has 17 games vs Power teams

Vs ACC- 4 games
Georgia Tech at UCF cancelled
UConn at Virginia 18-38 loss
Boston College at UConn
Virginia Tech at ECU 17-64 loss

Vs SEC 1 game
Mizzouri at UConn

Vs BigTen 3 games
UCF at Maryland
Illinois at USF 47-23 win
UC at Michigan 14-36 loss

Vs Big12- 5 games
ECU at West Virginia 20-56 loss
Texas Tech at Houston
SMU at TCU 36-56 loss
Tulane at Oklahoma
Tulsa at Oklahoma State. 24-59 loss

Vs PAC 2 games
Houston at Arizona 19-16 win
UCLA at Memphis 48-45 win

Vs Independent 2 games
Navy at Notre Dame
Temple at Notre Dame 16-49 loss

American 3-7 now
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RE: American vs Power teams
(08-20-2017 08:43 AM)Cubanbull Wrote:  The American has 17 games vs Power teams

Vs ACC- 4 games
Georgia Tech at UCF cancelled
UConn at Virginia 18-38 loss
Boston College at UConn
Virginia Tech at ECU 17-64 loss

Vs SEC 1 game
Mizzouri at UConn

Vs BigTen 3 games
UCF at Maryland
Illinois at USF 47-23 win
UC at Michigan 14-36 loss

Vs Big12- 5 games
ECU at West Virginia 20-56 loss
Texas Tech at Houston
SMU at TCU 36-56 loss
Tulane at Oklahoma 14-56 loss
Tulsa at Oklahoma State. 24-59 loss

Vs PAC 2 games
Houston at Arizona 19-16 win
UCLA at Memphis 48-45 win

Vs Independent 2 games
Navy at Notre Dame
Temple at Notre Dame 16-49 loss

American is now 3-8
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The fate of our final P6 record lies mostly in UCONN's hands now.

Sorry guys.
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(09-16-2017 09:52 PM)HuskyU Wrote:  The fate of our final P6 record lies mostly in UCONN's hands now.

Sorry guys.

UConn can't even beat their own meat
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(09-16-2017 09:53 PM)Sellular1 Wrote:  
(09-16-2017 09:52 PM)HuskyU Wrote:  The fate of our final P6 record lies mostly in UCONN's hands now.

Sorry guys.

UConn can't even beat their own meat

Storrs Agricultural School begs to differ.
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(09-16-2017 09:59 PM)HuskyU Wrote:  
(09-16-2017 09:53 PM)Sellular1 Wrote:  
(09-16-2017 09:52 PM)HuskyU Wrote:  The fate of our final P6 record lies mostly in UCONN's hands now.

Sorry guys.

UConn can't even beat their own meat

Storrs Agricultural School begs to differ.
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RE: American vs Power teams
(09-16-2017 09:46 PM)Cubanbull Wrote:  
(08-20-2017 08:43 AM)Cubanbull Wrote:  The American has 17 games vs Power teams

Vs ACC- 4 games
Georgia Tech at UCF cancelled
UConn at Virginia 18-38 loss
Boston College at UConn
Virginia Tech at ECU 17-64 loss

Vs SEC 1 game
Mizzouri at UConn

Vs BigTen 3 games
UCF at Maryland
Illinois at USF 47-23 win
UC at Michigan 14-36 loss

Vs Big12- 5 games
ECU at West Virginia 20-56 loss
Texas Tech at Houston
SMU at TCU 36-56 loss
Tulane at Oklahoma 14-56 loss
Tulsa at Oklahoma State. 24-59 loss

Vs PAC 2 games
Houston at Arizona 19-16 win
UCLA at Memphis 48-45 win

Vs Independent 2 games
Navy at Notre Dame
Temple at Notre Dame 16-49 loss

American is now 3-8

The SEC is now 5-6
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