Posted by Darth Venomous @ 23:59
It was so bad that the broadcast team’s “Player of the Game” was someone that didn’t even play.
But that wasn’t even the half of it.
Arlington Heights 7, Birdville 48
#20 Texas Christian 27, #12 Lousy-ana Skank U 37
Liberty 10, at Kent State 17
Houston 24, at Dallas 6
Not the best way to start the Phillip Young era.
Running back Kerrion Graves led the Yellow Jackets with 58 yards on 13 carries, including a 9-yard scamper to cap an 11-play drive late in the first half that cut into a 14-point deficit and gave Heights some much-needed momentum heading into halftime.
After forcing the Hawks to punt on the opening possession of the second half, Heights took over in good field position, at their own 40, still trailing by seven.
The Yellow Jackets advanced the ball to their 48 and opted to go for it on fourth-and-2.
The decision backfired. The Hawks reasserted themselves when the defense stuffed the Yellow Jackets forcing a turnover on downs.
Annnnnnnd the Hawks scored the next 34. Ouch.
Liberty actually led this one in the fourth quarter.
Colin Reardon threw a 42-yard touchdown pass to Chris Humphrey late in the fourth quarter as Kent State avoided a season-opening upset with a 17-10 win over Liberty on Thursday night.
The Golden Flashes, coming off the best season in school history, were without running back Dri Archer, being touted by the school as a potential Heisman Trophy candidate who suffered a leg injury early in the game. He had 10 yards on 3 carries.
And Vegas didn’t think this was gonna be close.
I will readily concede that two turnovers (and the resulting points off same) decided the game. Brandon Carter’s irresponsible handling of a kickoff led to an LSU recovery, then to a field goal. And a Pachall pick led to a Tiger touchdown.
Final margin: Ten points. You do the math.
Having said that, I will also say this:
Eleven-on-eighteen, Part the 7,682nd.
We breathe on their wideouts, it’s a flag. They mug ours, no flag and the bastards at ESPN praise their “tough man defense”. Lousyana held all fucking night – and it only got called once.
Eleven 13 14 Ten supplied the zebras. They must still be pissed off at us for beating their champ in the Rose Bowl.
How bad was it last Thursday night?
The Silverstar (Cowboys’ in-house) Network’s “Player of the Game” was none other than…former Cowboy wide receiver Michael Irvin.
Who was color announcer for the game.
Most of those who played aren’t on the roster anymore, though some did make the practice squad. Dallas better hope for damned good health.
This week: 1-2 (Liberty covered the SpatulaLine; the Houston win doesn’t count).
The PFW will return Friday, when RAAAAAY LEWWWWWIIIISSSSSSS opens his mouth and sticks his size 16′s both in.
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