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(10-17-2020 09:16 AM)Fishpro10987 Wrote:  Lincoln Financial Field
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Did not see one so may as well start one.

Temple 37 USF 14 Temple dominates, USF scores 2 TD's in the 4th Q against the scrubs.

Just as I called it. haha.

Nice game USF. Had us back on our heels.

Your team played hard today for your coaching staff. Things will get better.
10-17-2020 02:40 PM
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Never a doubt.

Seriously, good game Bulls. We have had some nail biters over the years. IMO, you are not fated to be in the basement for long.
10-17-2020 02:41 PM
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Temple, I told you, USF would hand you the game. USF handed you the game more than you earned it, in my opinion.

Fumbling the ball and giving you a gift TD.

Calling a Timeout before going for 2 points was a horrible coaching mistake. It took away any opportunity to kick a FG, if and when we were unsuccessful. Terrible decision by Jeff Scott.

And if you're going to call a TO, that's the best play you can come up with. Sweeping into the short side of the field? With the backup QB that eveyone on earth knows is running the football? Some of the worst coaching decisions I have witnessed.
10-17-2020 02:44 PM
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(10-17-2020 02:44 PM)BullsFanInTX Wrote:  Temple, I told you, USF would hand you the game. USF handed you the game more than you earned it, in my opinion.

Oh, for sure. Temple is not that good this year. And I really honestly don’t think we’ll be competing for titles under Carey ever.
10-17-2020 03:07 PM
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(10-17-2020 02:44 PM)BullsFanInTX Wrote:  Temple, I told you, USF would hand you the game. USF handed you the game more than you earned it, in my opinion.

Fumbling the ball and giving you a gift TD.

Calling a Timeout before going for 2 points was a horrible coaching mistake. It took away any opportunity to kick a FG, if and when we were unsuccessful. Terrible decision by Jeff Scott.

And if you're going to call a TO, that's the best play you can come up with. Sweeping into the short side of the field? With the backup QB that eveyone on earth knows is running the football? Some of the worst coaching decisions I have witnessed.

In all fairness, Temple gifted USF numerous field position opportunities. Poor kickoffs, turnovers, our own 0/2 on 2-point conversions;these were 2 teams competing to see who messed up least.
10-17-2020 03:30 PM
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(10-17-2020 03:30 PM)vick mike Wrote:  
(10-17-2020 02:44 PM)BullsFanInTX Wrote:  Temple, I told you, USF would hand you the game. USF handed you the game more than you earned it, in my opinion.

Fumbling the ball and giving you a gift TD.

Calling a Timeout before going for 2 points was a horrible coaching mistake. It took away any opportunity to kick a FG, if and when we were unsuccessful. Terrible decision by Jeff Scott.

And if you're going to call a TO, that's the best play you can come up with. Sweeping into the short side of the field? With the backup QB that eveyone on earth knows is running the football? Some of the worst coaching decisions I have witnessed.

In all fairness, Temple gifted USF numerous field position opportunities. Poor kickoffs, turnovers, our own 0/2 on 2-point conversions;these were 2 teams competing to see who messed up least.

Yes, but I was talking about down the stretch. Down the stretch in the 4th, Temple had zero miscues. USF had many and Temple capitalized.

During the 4th quarter, USF will hand you a game. Gift wrap it to you and give it to you. Of the top of my head:

1. Fumbling ball in own end zone giving you the easiest TD you will score all year.
2. Committing a dumb facemask penalty, when we had you stopped, with the chance to get the ball back and win with a FG. All our defender had to do was wrap up the ball carrier. This is peewee stuff.
3. Calling a Time out after the TD, when that time out needed to be saved, so that we could get the ball back with enough time to kick a FG, in the event of an unsuccessful 2 point try.
4. Calling the dumbest play in the playbook on the 2 point try, sweeping into the short side of the field, with the backup QB that everyone knows is only in to run the ball.

I don't recall any major miscues by Temple in the last 5 or 6 minutes of the game.
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