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OSU player hurt. Like it matters.

Posted on: September 14, 2009 5:10 pm
This is what happens when I'm nice to a school. That school lets me down.

Last week I was nice to Oklahoma State. Really nice. Too freaking nice, obviously, because I wrote that Oklahoma State, after beating Georgia, had the terrific defense to support its terrific offense.

How does Oklahoma State repay me? By giving up 45 points Saturday in a loss to Houston. And so now OSU tailback Kendall Hunter is hurt for the Rice game, and I'm supposed to care. Or any of us is supposed to care.

Forget that. Oklahoma State football committed the cardinal sin of losing horribly one week after receiving nice treatment from me. Remind me not to be nice to Oklahoma State again. Or to anyone, for that matter.

I need a bunny rabbit to kick.

Category: NCAAF

Since: Sep 16, 2009
Posted on: September 16, 2009 1:56 pm

OSU player hurt. Like it matters.

Last time I checked, Houston is one of the more respectable teams in Conference USA (heck, their last coach is now at Baylor).  I did not know it was such a sin for a BullCrap Series conference school to lose to a school who is in a league without that desgination....I love this...Can you PLAYOFFS AND DITCH THE BOWL SYSTEM IN 1-A COLLEGE FOOTBALL.

Since: May 1, 2007
Posted on: September 14, 2009 9:34 pm

OSU player hurt. Like it matters.

Gee, sooner fan? Congrats to their rising star of a coach, who happens to be a Stoops protege, and taking digs at OSU. Only from an idiot sooner....

Since: Nov 20, 2008
Posted on: September 14, 2009 8:56 pm

OSU player hurt. Like it matters.

I watched the Ok State Vs Georgia game.
Did anyone else notice that Dez Bryant repeatedly head butted the DB covering him?
I call this Houston loss KARMA.  I enjoyed watching Dez Bryant play a cameo role as he fell with cramps a couple of times.  It couldnt happen to a more deserving person.  What a creep.  I suppose the interesting question is what the referees and field judge were thinking, as the TV cameras showed the head butt trick over and over.  

Since: Nov 26, 2007
Posted on: September 14, 2009 8:41 pm

OSU player hurt. Like it matters.


Do you care to explain why this happened? Such as what exactly accounts for the discrepancy between the two games? Is Georgia's offense that horrendous that it made OSU look so good? Is Houston that good?

I hate to say it, but you didn't do your homework.  We looked good against Georgia because yes our defense is slightly improved, but mostly Georgia is run-heavy . OSU has never been able to defend the pass. Ever. Houston is obviously pass-heavy. Plus, OSU has an unbelievable record of disappointing its fans.

This let-down was inevitable, my friend.

P.S. What the hell is up with Zac Robinson?

P.S.S. What the hell is up with Gundy's play-calling?  Running the ball on three consecutive plays when you're down by two scores with a minute and a half remaining? Never running the ball on your first round draft pick's side?

Since: Dec 22, 2008
Posted on: September 14, 2009 8:28 pm

OSU player hurt. Like it matters.

Doyel, Take that dumb sledgehammer and you it to smash your hopes of ever being a great writer. No professional would post something like that.

Since: Jul 20, 2008
Posted on: September 14, 2009 7:58 pm

You mean Boone Pickens can't buy wins?

Maybe it was the SI cover jinx. Or maybe the SEC is overrated? (it is)  Or maybe just Georgia. (they were)

Whatever it was, one thing is clear. It takes more than a big load of money to make a team a national power. Gushing stories from the mainstream media seldom lead to anyting other than what they are= hype. When Okie State at least appears in the BIG XII title game, then we can talk again about this team taking the next step to being a national power.

But for an instant, they might have had me fooled, too. All I know is congrats to Houston and their rising star of a coach for a great win!  

Since: Mar 16, 2008
Posted on: September 14, 2009 5:44 pm

OSU player hurt. Like it matters.

Be careful to kick the bunny square between the eyes.  You don't want to bruise the delicious meat.  Rabbits are already a bit tough and gamey.  (But maybe you like it that way).

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