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Re: Drivel About Week Ten

Postby Mountainman » Mon Nov 05, 2018 9:46 pm

Doss, our fine colleague, at this time you’re in the same boat as the rest of us...... just going to have to put up with it. :wink:

We feel your pain, just as I did last Saturday when the Mountaineer defensive end was double-teamed by a couple of Big Ole Longhorn Linemen..... and the officials called holding on the defensive end, while the replay clearly showed it was a WTF moment. :roll:

.......and if ‘Bama beats Georgia and Clemson, they’ve earned it. :D
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Re: Drivel About Week Ten

Postby Dossenator » Mon Nov 05, 2018 11:02 pm

Spence wrote:Those are glaring examples, but when it comes to holding you can drive yourself nuts trying to catch all of them. There is holding everywhere on the field on every play by every body. Teams have to get through it and give a little back too. The best offensive lineman are the ones who hide their holding the best.


At least a dozen glaring holds a game and never called. I am not saying Ark does not hold but they sure do get called for it when it is blatant.

Bama did it all game vs Ark and was not called once. I am not talking about holding a playing and keeping them in front of you. I am talking about being beat and putting the defensive player in a headlock from behind.
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Re: Drivel About Week Ten

Postby Mountainman » Tue Nov 06, 2018 12:03 am

https://twitter.com/CFBONFOX/status/1058819541344473093


Hey Doss, take a look at these twitter videos from the WVU vs Texas game, and watch the Texas player actually THROW A PUNCH AND NO PENALITY.... could not find one showing where the Mountaineers All-American Left Tackle was tossed from the game following that TD around the 4-5 minute mark of the FIRST QUARTER for an OPEN HANDED SHOVE. It was on the xtra point after after the TD shown in the video where the receiver did the inverted hook em horns thingy, you can see him do it.

That’s TWO 15 yard penalties on the kickoff..... WVU kickedoff from the 10 yard line returned to around the WVU 30 and a 30 or so yard pass by the Longhorns for a TD.


So your concerns are indeed legit and we all agree on that..... we also know where it’s heading..... Professional Officials Hired by and Employees of the Conferences.
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Re: Drivel About Week Ten

Postby Dossenator » Tue Nov 06, 2018 5:43 pm

Mountainman that is crazy! Sometimes I wonder if the refs are watching the same game.

I often root for West Virginia. Nice to see them beat Texas. Actually any time Texas loses I feel all warm and fuzzy inside.
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Re: Drivel About Week Ten

Postby Spence » Tue Nov 06, 2018 6:11 pm

Mountainman wrote:https://twitter.com/CFBONFOX/status/1058819541344473093


Hey Doss, take a look at these twitter videos from the WVU vs Texas game, and watch the Texas player actually THROW A PUNCH AND NO PENALITY.... could not find one showing where the Mountaineers All-American Left Tackle was tossed from the game following that TD around the 4-5 minute mark of the FIRST QUARTER for an OPEN HANDED SHOVE. It was on the xtra point after after the TD shown in the video where the receiver did the inverted hook em horns thingy, you can see him do it.

That’s TWO 15 yard penalties on the kickoff..... WVU kickedoff from the 10 yard line returned to around the WVU 30 and a 30 or so yard pass by the Longhorns for a TD.


So your concerns are indeed legit and we all agree on that..... we also know where it’s heading..... Professional Officials Hired by and Employees of the Conferences.


Throwing the left tackle out of the game for unsportsmanlike in that situation was beyond ridiculous.
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Re: Drivel About Week Ten

Postby Mountainman » Tue Nov 06, 2018 8:05 pm

You know guys, sometimes my mind just wonders....... now I’m not saying something was going on during that game, but I do wonder. When I consider that Will Greer is one of the finest quarterbacks in College Football and is without question a huge factor and difference maker and then I see players from an opponent punch both the left tackle and the right tackle who are absolutely essential for a Quarterback to have enough time to throw and for pass routes to have enough time to develop, it does make me wonder. Because as we who follow Football know, it’s the guy that retaliates who gets caught.

By the way, do any of you guys know who really killed Kennedy??? :lol: :lol: :lol:
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Re: Drivel About Week Ten

Postby Spence » Tue Nov 06, 2018 10:04 pm

Mountainman wrote:You know guys, sometimes my mind just wonders....... now I’m not saying something was going on during that game, but I do wonder. When I consider that Will Greer is one of the finest quarterbacks in College Football and is without question a huge factor and difference maker and then I see players from an opponent punch both the left tackle and the right tackle who are absolutely essential for a Quarterback to have enough time to throw and for pass routes to have enough time to develop, it does make me wonder. Because as we who follow Football know, it’s the guy that retaliates who gets caught.

By the way, do any of you guys know who really killed Kennedy??? :lol: :lol: :lol:


Oswald.

I think that if I was trying to give a team an advantage that I would remove remove the left tackle on offense and the middle linebacker and strong safety on defense.
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Re: Drivel About Week Ten

Postby Mountainman » Tue Nov 06, 2018 10:46 pm

Spence wrote:
Mountainman wrote:You know guys, sometimes my mind just wonders....... now I’m not saying something was going on during that game, but I do wonder. When I consider that Will Greer is one of the finest quarterbacks in College Football and is without question a huge factor and difference maker and then I see players from an opponent punch both the left tackle and the right tackle who are absolutely essential for a Quarterback to have enough time to throw and for pass routes to have enough time to develop, it does make me wonder. Because as we who follow Football know, it’s the guy that retaliates who gets caught.

By the way, do any of you guys know who really killed Kennedy??? :lol: :lol: :lol:


Oswald.

I think that if I was trying to give a team an advantage that I would remove remove the left tackle on offense and the middle linebacker and strong safety on defense.


Oswald shot Kennedy........ who had him killed???? :wink: The Mob??? Fidel???

......btw, the Mountaineers announced today 3 linebacks who have been sidelined, two of which haven’t played a down this season but were projected ‘starters’, will be ready to play this weekend against TCU......... and just to clarify, since I mentioned those two ‘projected starters’ last week, they were cleared TO play by the medical staff at WVU, but last week and this week they had to demonstrate to the coaches they COULD play, and Holgorsen made that announcement today.
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Re: Drivel About Week Ten

Postby Spence » Tue Nov 06, 2018 11:41 pm

Jack Ruby was responsible for killing Oswald. That is the boring answer.

Oswald killed Kennedy. He did it in an early example of Russian interference in American politics. The grassy knoll was the earliest example of fake news....that or Frank Sinatra did it and Dean Martin killed Paul.
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Re: Drivel About Week Ten

Postby Mountainman » Tue Nov 06, 2018 11:53 pm

Spence wrote:Jack Ruby was responsible for killing Oswald. That is the boring answer.

Oswald killed Kennedy. He did it in an early example of Russian interference in American politics. The grassy knoll was the earliest example of fake news....that or Frank Sinatra did it and Dean Martin killed Paul.



I gotta quit watching these Oliver Stone movie reruns....... :?
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Re: Drivel About Week Ten

Postby donovan » Wed Nov 07, 2018 8:24 am

Mountainman wrote:By the way, do any of you guys know who really killed Kennedy??? :lol: :lol: :lol:



It was Forest Gump....Picture Deleted for reasons I don't even want to explain.
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Re: Drivel About Week Ten

Postby Spence » Wed Nov 07, 2018 9:08 am

I knew it was Gump.
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Re: Drivel About Week Ten

Postby Mountainman » Wed Nov 07, 2018 9:44 am

I love Conspiracy Theories about past happenings, for example, like Iowa State, they take my mind off of things like TCU, Oklahoma State, and Oklahoma. :wink:

......and that’s a good thing, right???
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Re: Drivel About Week Ten

Postby Mountainman » Wed Nov 07, 2018 6:33 pm

donovan wrote:
Mountainman wrote:By the way, do any of you guys know who really killed Kennedy??? :lol: :lol: :lol:



It was Forest Gump....Picture Deleted for reasons I don't even want to explain.




Must be some kind of Conspiracy behind you deleting that picture...... Top Secret, Black Box kind of stuff. :?


......and the answer to my question is NO, IT’S NOT A GOOD THING TO BE THINKING ABOUT ANYTHING BUT TCU, OKLAHOMA STATE AND OKLAHOMA. :D
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Re: Drivel About Week Ten

Postby Spence » Thu Nov 08, 2018 12:27 am

They will get by TCU ok. Then the heavy lifting starts.
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