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    *** Oklahoma Sooners vs Texas Christian ***

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    What I want to see
    Clean the penalties up
    Attacking on defense
    Win the turnover battle
    Victory formation

    ****** means it's official

    #2
    1 hour and 8 minutes early. We are DOOMED!!!

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      #3
      Frog are the devil. BOOMER!!!

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        #4
        Victory. It’s all I want.

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          #5
          No overthrows.

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            #6
            https://thefootballbrainiacs.com/ope...th-october-2nd

            Know Your Opponent | TCU – 2022
            – Charlie S – Posted on: September 29, 2022

            Head Coach: Sonny Dykes | 1st Season

            Defensive Coordinator: Joe Gillespie| 1st Season

            Offensive Coordinator: Garrett Riley | 1st Season

            This season: TCU is currently 3-0

            The Horned Frogs opened their season with a 38-13 win over Colorado.

            TCU then dismantled Tarleton (had to check if this was a real team) by a score of 59-17.

            Last time out TCU won a close battle against SMU by a score of 42-34

            Offense: This isn’t Gary Patterson’s TCU offense. New head coach Sonny Dykes has brought his preferred scheme to Fort Worth. Garrett Riley and TCU will run a true Air Raid that’s up-tempo and pass-heavy which is the polar opposite of what Patterson tried to employ late in his tenure. Throw in a mobile QB and adequate use of the run game along with their other skill personnel and you have what looks like a rather potent offense.

            Key Players on Offense:

            #15 QB Max Duggan – Duggan didn’t win the QB competition out of camp as former Sooner Forum Chandler Morris got the opening start against Colorado. An injury to Morris thrust Duggan back into the starting role and even though we have heard that Morris should be able to go this week, it appears Duggan will likely get the start. Through 2+ games Duggan has 47 completions on 61 attempts for a 77% completion percentage with 695 yards and 8 touchdowns with no interceptions thrown.

            #33 RB Kendre Miller – Through the first three games Miller has 38 carries for 250 yards which is good for a 6.6 yard per carry average and 3 touchdowns. Miller is a load at 6′ 220 and he runs very aggressively. To this point, his longest run on the year is only 21 yards.

            #1 WR Quentin Johnston – Johnston is perhaps the best all around WR in the Big 12. Johnston is long and tall at 6’4 and at 215 pounds he is strong enough to use his size advantage with great success. He currently has 8 receptions for 73 yards on the year and is always a threat to take over a game.

            #4 Slot WR Taye Barber and #11 Derius Davis – Among the trees that is the TCU WR corps, Barber and Davis are the smaller guys who does all the work under the canopy. Barber (5’10) and Davis (5’9) are super quick twitch guys who can cause matchup nightmares for the OU linebackers and safeties. They are threats to break a big play anytime he touches the ball. Barber has 8 receptions on the year to this point for 101 yards and Davis has 7 receptions for 126 yards and 3 TD’s.

            ***So far Max Duggan has not resembled the turnover prone and indecisive Ma Duggan of years past. He is completing passes at an incredibly high rate and has yet to turn the ball over. Chandler Morris started the year at QB and while he may see some action against the Sooners, if I am Sonny Dykes, I stick with Duggan until he gives me reason not to. Both Duggan and Morris are mobile and can make plays with their legs, but this is not the KSU offense which will focus on the QB run game, but both can get loose and cause some issues.

            ***The quick tempo run and shoot can give defenses problems, particularly if there is a lack of pressure. TCU has speed in buckets to go along with some impressive height at the WR position. All of those guys have the ability to go up and take the ball aay from the defenders on contested catches and they also have the speed to take the top off the defense really quickly.

            ***The run game, at least through the first three games, has been really solid and it serves its purpose as a threat to keep the defense on it’s feet. Miller is a good back but the running attack is not one you expect to line up and beat you.

            Offensive Line:

            LT Keep your politics off the board Coleman RS JR
            LG Can we post porn here? Steve Avila RS SR
            OC Forum Archives Alan Ali RS SR
            RG #53 John Lanz RS SR
            RT 74 Andrew Coker RS JR

            The Horned Frogs have an experienced offensive line that ‘gets the job done’ in most cases. They have only allowed 3 sacks on the year, but in all fairness, they haven’t been challenged by a defense that rushes the passer very well. I expect the Sooners to have some success against this group, particularly against Coker who struggles a bit in pass protection. but they are a decent line, just not on KSU’s level right now.

            Overall: Y’all have seen this offense before, it is your basic Air Raid. TCU will come out throwing the ball all over the yard and the back end of the Sooners defense will really be tested through the air for the first time. In past years, Duggan has been a guy who has been a bit careless with the ball, but so far this year he has been really accurate and really good in regard to protecting the ball. TCU’s size at receiver could play a big role here and OU had better be on their game when it comes to tackling or there is potential for some big plays.

            Defense: The Horned Frogs will run an entirely new system than what they did under Patterson. The aggressiveness of Patterson’s scheme has been scraped in favor of a 3-3-5 scheme under Gillespie which is more of a bend-don’t-break approach than Pattersons 4-2-5 attack style defense.

            Key Players on Defense:

            #28 S Millard ‘Nook’ Bradford – Bradford is a senior who grew up in the Patterson defense and he is a really physical guy who excels in run support and he is solid in coverage. Another in a long line of very good safeties in Fort Worth.

            #98 DE Dylan Horton – Horton at 6’4 275 has good size and athleticism. He has shown a good ability to create pressures this year and he has one of the Frogs 5 sacks on the year. He is credited with 9 QB pressures through 3 games.

            #52 NT Damonic Williams – Williams, a freshman, is a big fella. He is listed at 6’2 320 but I believe that weight is understated, feel like he is closer to 340 or so. At any rate, he is going to be a physical handful for the interior of the OU offensive line and his strength and size could cause some issues for the OL when it comes to opening running lanes.

            #6 LB Jamoi Hodge and Game Threads Johnny Hodges – The linebackers are an active duo and they fly around. They are good at shedding/missing blocks as they are very shifty. Jamoi Hodge is a very solid tackler and he always seems to be aorund the ball when good things happen for the TCU defense.

            ***TCU is ranked 68th in total defense, and thats not really great considering the opponents they have played. Yes, SMU is a solid offense, but Colorado and Tarleton…not so much.

            ***I think the Sooners will be able to have consistent success against the defense, particularly in the run game against the Frogs which will hopefully (expectedly) open up the pass game as well. OU will likely move the ball well between the 20’s against the bend but don’t break defense, and it will be all about capitalizing on their red zone opportunities.

            ***Through three games, the Frogs have recorded 4 interceptions and 5 sacks. They rely more on the opponent making a mistake rather than forcing the mistake to this point. Again, the Sooners should be able to exploit the run game and find success, particularly across the middle, early on in the passing game.

            Overall:

            ***As you know, TCU is a darkhorse in conference play for Super K. He has been very high on them and their offense certainly does create some issues for the OU defense.

            ***I believe the OU offense will also be a huge test for the Forgs and this one could be a rather high scoring affair if the OU defense struggles again this week.

            ***For the Sooners to have success defensively, I believe they HAVE to find a way to get pressure on Duggan while maintaining their gap integrity and assignments as they don’t want to give him the opportuinity to improvise. Things could get dicey when that happens.

            ***Tackling, tackling, tackling. The Sooners HAVE to improve their tackling from the showing against KSU.

            ***I expect the Sooners to come out offensively and establish the run game. I think it will be imperative for Lebby to stick with the run game as not only will sustained drieves give the OU defense a breather, the OU offensive line has an opportunity to wear out the TCU defense.

            ***This one could turn into a shootout if the OU defense is still out of synch but if the Sooners defense comes out firing, and employs solid tackling, I like their chances.

            One on One’s | OU vs TCU – 2022
            – Charlie S – Posted on: September 29, 2022

            This week the Sooners take on the TCU Horned Frogs in Fort Worth!

            For those of you who are joining us for the first time, this weekly piece will highlight two matchups in the upcoming game that are imperative for Oklahoma to win for them to be successful on the scoreboard when the clock hits 0:00.

            Lots of uncertainty in Norman coming off a disappointing performance against Kansas State last week.

            The Sooners will likely face a stiff test as the TCU offense can potentially be explosive.

            The Frogs are off to a 3-0 start under new head coach Sonny Dykes and I am sure they are looking forward to the opportunity to test the Sooners.

            Let’s take a look!

            One on One Number One:

            Sooners LB David Ugwoegbu vs TCU SWRs Taye Barber/Derius Davis

            This is a mismatch from hell for the Sooners and you can bet Dykes and Riley will try to scheme for it whenever Ugwoegbu is on the field and they have an opportunity to isolate him on the slot guys.

            My question is, will Venables and Roof give them much opportunity or will they roll with the extra DBs we saw against Nebraska and charge them with picking up the slot guys?

            Ugwoegbu had a rough week against Kansas State, there is no denying it and one of his weaknesses is his choice of angles and lateral movement…which are areas that the TCU SWRs excel.

            Ugwoegbu is going to play. TCU will dictate the matchup at times. How well Ugwoegbu can stick to his assignment in zone or when isolated could be a telling part of the story in regard to how the day goes for OU defensively.

            The air raid can put a lot of stress on the linebackers and both Ugwoegbu and Stutsman will need to improve on last weeks performance or there could be some really ugly moments.

            It will be important for Ugwoegbu to get off to a solid start in my opinion as the psyche could be a bit fragile. He knows he had a rough week against Kansas State and the last thing you need if you’re an OU supporter is TCU getting hot early and causing the defense to get in their own heads.

            One on One Number Two:

            OU center Andrew Raym vs TCU nose tackle Damonic Williams

            Not gonna lie, I didn’t think Andrew Raym would be my largest concern about the OU offensive line four games into the 2022 season…but he is.

            Raym still plays like he is a freshman at times. Sometimes he abandons all technique and just tries to bully people…that doesn’t work at this level.

            Williams IS just a freshman, but he earned the starting job and has played pretty well early on. My concern is his size and strength. Williams actually has done a decent job of getting pressure from the nose and he has a quick first step to go with his considerable size (6’2 320+).

            I would think the game plan for OU, at least to start the game, will be to establish the run and actually seek to have a little more say in time of possession as they would likely seek to keep the TCU offense on the sideline as much as possible.

            Raym needs to get things clicking technique wise and he also needs to get better with his snaps. One of these times those high and wide right snaps are not going to be able to be corraled by Gabriel and it will cost OU.

            This is a battle Raym SHOULD win on paper, but he really needs to lock in and focus as Williams is a handful.

            Bonus One on One:

            OU Defensive Mindset vs OU Defensive Mindset

            This one is simple but it is perhaps the most important matchup of the day.

            The Sooners had a poor showing last week. Nobody on the defensive side of the ball likely walked out of the film room this week and was pleased with their performance against Kansas State.

            TCU presents a different type of challenge, one that is potentially more explosive than Kansas State.

            We have been preaching patience within the community. The Sooners players need to be able to extend themselves that same grace when they have a bad play or bad series before they let things snowball and start getting in their heads and playing like they are walking on thin ice.

            OU needs to find that mentality that is inside them that they displayed the first three weeks…the ability to bow their necks and make a play when they need to.

            You cannot do that if you are hanging your head or lamenting the last play or the last series.

            It felt like last week, the defense had that body language that screamed…’Oh no here we go again’ that was all too familiar from the past three seasons.

            OU needs to play every snap like it is the first snap and the most important snap and let those poor plays, which are going to happen, be forgotten.

            Here is a tool I suggest they give to Miguel Chavis to use during the game for when the defense makes a bad play or has a bad series…

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              #7
              Originally posted by SoonernVolved View Post
              https://thefootballbrainiacs.com/ope...th-october-2nd

              Know Your Opponent | TCU – 2022
              – Charlie S – Posted on: September 29, 2022

              Head Coach: Sonny Dykes | 1st Season

              Defensive Coordinator: Joe Gillespie| 1st Season

              Offensive Coordinator: Garrett Riley | 1st Season

              This season: TCU is currently 3-0

              The Horned Frogs opened their season with a 38-13 win over Colorado.

              TCU then dismantled Tarleton (had to check if this was a real team) by a score of 59-17.

              Last time out TCU won a close battle against SMU by a score of 42-34

              Offense: This isn’t Gary Patterson’s TCU offense. New head coach Sonny Dykes has brought his preferred scheme to Fort Worth. Garrett Riley and TCU will run a true Air Raid that’s up-tempo and pass-heavy which is the polar opposite of what Patterson tried to employ late in his tenure. Throw in a mobile QB and adequate use of the run game along with their other skill personnel and you have what looks like a rather potent offense.

              Key Players on Offense:

              #15 QB Max Duggan – Duggan didn’t win the QB competition out of camp as former Sooner Forum Chandler Morris got the opening start against Colorado. An injury to Morris thrust Duggan back into the starting role and even though we have heard that Morris should be able to go this week, it appears Duggan will likely get the start. Through 2+ games Duggan has 47 completions on 61 attempts for a 77% completion percentage with 695 yards and 8 touchdowns with no interceptions thrown.

              #33 RB Kendre Miller – Through the first three games Miller has 38 carries for 250 yards which is good for a 6.6 yard per carry average and 3 touchdowns. Miller is a load at 6′ 220 and he runs very aggressively. To this point, his longest run on the year is only 21 yards.

              #1 WR Quentin Johnston – Johnston is perhaps the best all around WR in the Big 12. Johnston is long and tall at 6’4 and at 215 pounds he is strong enough to use his size advantage with great success. He currently has 8 receptions for 73 yards on the year and is always a threat to take over a game.

              #4 Slot WR Taye Barber and #11 Derius Davis – Among the trees that is the TCU WR corps, Barber and Davis are the smaller guys who does all the work under the canopy. Barber (5’10) and Davis (5’9) are super quick twitch guys who can cause matchup nightmares for the OU linebackers and safeties. They are threats to break a big play anytime he touches the ball. Barber has 8 receptions on the year to this point for 101 yards and Davis has 7 receptions for 126 yards and 3 TD’s.

              ***So far Max Duggan has not resembled the turnover prone and indecisive Ma Duggan of years past. He is completing passes at an incredibly high rate and has yet to turn the ball over. Chandler Morris started the year at QB and while he may see some action against the Sooners, if I am Sonny Dykes, I stick with Duggan until he gives me reason not to. Both Duggan and Morris are mobile and can make plays with their legs, but this is not the KSU offense which will focus on the QB run game, but both can get loose and cause some issues.

              ***The quick tempo run and shoot can give defenses problems, particularly if there is a lack of pressure. TCU has speed in buckets to go along with some impressive height at the WR position. All of those guys have the ability to go up and take the ball aay from the defenders on contested catches and they also have the speed to take the top off the defense really quickly.

              ***The run game, at least through the first three games, has been really solid and it serves its purpose as a threat to keep the defense on it’s feet. Miller is a good back but the running attack is not one you expect to line up and beat you.

              Offensive Line:

              LT Keep your politics off the board Coleman RS JR
              LG Can we post porn here? Steve Avila RS SR
              OC Forum Archives Alan Ali RS SR
              RG #53 John Lanz RS SR
              RT 74 Andrew Coker RS JR

              The Horned Frogs have an experienced offensive line that ‘gets the job done’ in most cases. They have only allowed 3 sacks on the year, but in all fairness, they haven’t been challenged by a defense that rushes the passer very well. I expect the Sooners to have some success against this group, particularly against Coker who struggles a bit in pass protection. but they are a decent line, just not on KSU’s level right now.

              Overall: Y’all have seen this offense before, it is your basic Air Raid. TCU will come out throwing the ball all over the yard and the back end of the Sooners defense will really be tested through the air for the first time. In past years, Duggan has been a guy who has been a bit careless with the ball, but so far this year he has been really accurate and really good in regard to protecting the ball. TCU’s size at receiver could play a big role here and OU had better be on their game when it comes to tackling or there is potential for some big plays.

              Defense: The Horned Frogs will run an entirely new system than what they did under Patterson. The aggressiveness of Patterson’s scheme has been scraped in favor of a 3-3-5 scheme under Gillespie which is more of a bend-don’t-break approach than Pattersons 4-2-5 attack style defense.

              Key Players on Defense:

              #28 S Millard ‘Nook’ Bradford – Bradford is a senior who grew up in the Patterson defense and he is a really physical guy who excels in run support and he is solid in coverage. Another in a long line of very good safeties in Fort Worth.

              #98 DE Dylan Horton – Horton at 6’4 275 has good size and athleticism. He has shown a good ability to create pressures this year and he has one of the Frogs 5 sacks on the year. He is credited with 9 QB pressures through 3 games.

              #52 NT Damonic Williams – Williams, a freshman, is a big fella. He is listed at 6’2 320 but I believe that weight is understated, feel like he is closer to 340 or so. At any rate, he is going to be a physical handful for the interior of the OU offensive line and his strength and size could cause some issues for the OL when it comes to opening running lanes.

              #6 LB Jamoi Hodge and Game Threads Johnny Hodges – The linebackers are an active duo and they fly around. They are good at shedding/missing blocks as they are very shifty. Jamoi Hodge is a very solid tackler and he always seems to be aorund the ball when good things happen for the TCU defense.

              ***TCU is ranked 68th in total defense, and thats not really great considering the opponents they have played. Yes, SMU is a solid offense, but Colorado and Tarleton…not so much.

              ***I think the Sooners will be able to have consistent success against the defense, particularly in the run game against the Frogs which will hopefully (expectedly) open up the pass game as well. OU will likely move the ball well between the 20’s against the bend but don’t break defense, and it will be all about capitalizing on their red zone opportunities.

              ***Through three games, the Frogs have recorded 4 interceptions and 5 sacks. They rely more on the opponent making a mistake rather than forcing the mistake to this point. Again, the Sooners should be able to exploit the run game and find success, particularly across the middle, early on in the passing game.

              Overall:

              ***As you know, TCU is a darkhorse in conference play for Super K. He has been very high on them and their offense certainly does create some issues for the OU defense.

              ***I believe the OU offense will also be a huge test for the Forgs and this one could be a rather high scoring affair if the OU defense struggles again this week.

              ***For the Sooners to have success defensively, I believe they HAVE to find a way to get pressure on Duggan while maintaining their gap integrity and assignments as they don’t want to give him the opportuinity to improvise. Things could get dicey when that happens.

              ***Tackling, tackling, tackling. The Sooners HAVE to improve their tackling from the showing against KSU.

              ***I expect the Sooners to come out offensively and establish the run game. I think it will be imperative for Lebby to stick with the run game as not only will sustained drieves give the OU defense a breather, the OU offensive line has an opportunity to wear out the TCU defense.

              ***This one could turn into a shootout if the OU defense is still out of synch but if the Sooners defense comes out firing, and employs solid tackling, I like their chances.

              One on One’s | OU vs TCU – 2022
              – Charlie S – Posted on: September 29, 2022

              This week the Sooners take on the TCU Horned Frogs in Fort Worth!

              For those of you who are joining us for the first time, this weekly piece will highlight two matchups in the upcoming game that are imperative for Oklahoma to win for them to be successful on the scoreboard when the clock hits 0:00.

              Lots of uncertainty in Norman coming off a disappointing performance against Kansas State last week.

              The Sooners will likely face a stiff test as the TCU offense can potentially be explosive.

              The Frogs are off to a 3-0 start under new head coach Sonny Dykes and I am sure they are looking forward to the opportunity to test the Sooners.

              Let’s take a look!

              One on One Number One:

              Sooners LB David Ugwoegbu vs TCU SWRs Taye Barber/Derius Davis

              This is a mismatch from hell for the Sooners and you can bet Dykes and Riley will try to scheme for it whenever Ugwoegbu is on the field and they have an opportunity to isolate him on the slot guys.

              My question is, will Venables and Roof give them much opportunity or will they roll with the extra DBs we saw against Nebraska and charge them with picking up the slot guys?

              Ugwoegbu had a rough week against Kansas State, there is no denying it and one of his weaknesses is his choice of angles and lateral movement…which are areas that the TCU SWRs excel.

              Ugwoegbu is going to play. TCU will dictate the matchup at times. How well Ugwoegbu can stick to his assignment in zone or when isolated could be a telling part of the story in regard to how the day goes for OU defensively.

              The air raid can put a lot of stress on the linebackers and both Ugwoegbu and Stutsman will need to improve on last weeks performance or there could be some really ugly moments.

              It will be important for Ugwoegbu to get off to a solid start in my opinion as the psyche could be a bit fragile. He knows he had a rough week against Kansas State and the last thing you need if you’re an OU supporter is TCU getting hot early and causing the defense to get in their own heads.

              One on One Number Two:

              OU center Andrew Raym vs TCU nose tackle Damonic Williams

              Not gonna lie, I didn’t think Andrew Raym would be my largest concern about the OU offensive line four games into the 2022 season…but he is.

              Raym still plays like he is a freshman at times. Sometimes he abandons all technique and just tries to bully people…that doesn’t work at this level.

              Williams IS just a freshman, but he earned the starting job and has played pretty well early on. My concern is his size and strength. Williams actually has done a decent job of getting pressure from the nose and he has a quick first step to go with his considerable size (6’2 320+).

              I would think the game plan for OU, at least to start the game, will be to establish the run and actually seek to have a little more say in time of possession as they would likely seek to keep the TCU offense on the sideline as much as possible.

              Raym needs to get things clicking technique wise and he also needs to get better with his snaps. One of these times those high and wide right snaps are not going to be able to be corraled by Gabriel and it will cost OU.

              This is a battle Raym SHOULD win on paper, but he really needs to lock in and focus as Williams is a handful.

              Bonus One on One:

              OU Defensive Mindset vs OU Defensive Mindset

              This one is simple but it is perhaps the most important matchup of the day.

              The Sooners had a poor showing last week. Nobody on the defensive side of the ball likely walked out of the film room this week and was pleased with their performance against Kansas State.

              TCU presents a different type of challenge, one that is potentially more explosive than Kansas State.

              We have been preaching patience within the community. The Sooners players need to be able to extend themselves that same grace when they have a bad play or bad series before they let things snowball and start getting in their heads and playing like they are walking on thin ice.

              OU needs to find that mentality that is inside them that they displayed the first three weeks…the ability to bow their necks and make a play when they need to.

              You cannot do that if you are hanging your head or lamenting the last play or the last series.

              It felt like last week, the defense had that body language that screamed…’Oh no here we go again’ that was all too familiar from the past three seasons.

              OU needs to play every snap like it is the first snap and the most important snap and let those poor plays, which are going to happen, be forgotten.

              Here is a tool I suggest they give to Miguel Chavis to use during the game for when the defense makes a bad play or has a bad series…
              Hope we can handle the intimidating OL trio of Keep your politics off the board, Can we post porn here, and Forum archives. Probably couldn’t have last week.

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                    #10
                    I have a bad feeling about this game. The offence's slow starts, the defense's FUMS tendencies, and the Big XII-2 officiating.

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                      #11
                      Originally posted by mexican/ninja View Post
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                        #12
                        Originally posted by Jive Turkey11 View Post

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                        It's officially backwards!!!!

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                          #13
                          Think it’ll be 1-2 TDS difference. Can go either way. As much I’d like OU to blow them out of water. I wouldn’t mind TCU keep it close. Force our players to toughen up. We play Texas next. We need our players on alert mode.

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                            #14
                            If Broiles is starting we’ll be in for a long day
                            BOOMER!

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                              #15
                              I’ll be down there bright and early tailgating. Always makes for a long day when you start drinking by 9AM. Boomer!!

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                                #16
                                Looks like the so-called experts are about evenly split on picking the winner in this game with almost all saying take TCU and the points.
                                Could be a must win game for OU or look at a 3-4 game losing streak which would be devastating.

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                                  #17
                                  Note to Metoyer, that's how your last name is spelled until you stop being stupid, don't jump just because someone shouts "Boomer".

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                                    #18
                                    Just win!!!

                                    I missed the first page last week and, well, you know...my bad.

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                                      #19
                                      THIS IS A PANTS-PISSER FREE ZONE!
                                      Live Free or Die!

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                                        #20
                                        Victory - by 1 point is great!

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                                          #21
                                          I think today determines a 7-5 type season or the typical 11-2 type season. Good luck, Sooners; git'r done!

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                                            #22
                                            Originally posted by Stinger_1066 View Post
                                            THIS IS A PANTS-PISSER FREE ZONE!
                                            Too late. Ike already started.

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                                                #24
                                                Originally posted by zcaa0g View Post
                                                I think today determines a 7-5 type season or the typical 11-2 type season. Good luck, Sooners; git'r done!
                                                Not necessarily. Anything can happen. Just can’t have high expectation this season and hope for the best.

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                                                  #25
                                                  GAMEDAY, BITCHES!!!

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                                                    #26
                                                    LFG!!! Boomer Sooners!

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                                                      #27
                                                      Is Major questionable? I caught a bit of Tobey on the radio this morning and he said "if Major can go today" as if he may have an injury

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                                                        #28
                                                        If I could get a bead on all of you bitchy little pants pissers I’d throw rocks at your heads. Big, jagged rocks!

                                                        It’s game day ladies & gentlemen, boys & girly boys! BOOMER!!

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                                                          #29
                                                          Let's keep this this positive and upbeat, Win or lose this can be a great day. And again let's be mindful of women and children who might be reading this and keep the language cleaned up.

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                                                            #30
                                                            Game Day!!

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                                                              #31
                                                              @+!?&$#✓¥€¢£×÷πOU✓

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                                                                #32
                                                                Originally posted by Goofball View Post
                                                                Let's keep this this positive and upbeat, Win or lose this can be a great day. And again let's be mindful of women and children who might be reading this and keep the language cleaned up.
                                                                Stop being so obvious, SoCali. Do better. And go fuck yourself.

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                                                                  #33
                                                                  Originally posted by BirtDurglar View Post
                                                                  Is Major questionable? I caught a bit of Tobey on the radio this morning and he said "if Major can go today" as if he may have an injury
                                                                  If he does not play, time for Barnes to show up.

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                                                                    #34


                                                                    Steak and eggs to start...Micheladas...Chili for the game...and a Sooner winner on tap...Boomer!

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                                                                      #35
                                                                      Originally posted by Boomer65 View Post

                                                                      Not necessarily. Anything can happen. Just can’t have high expectation this season and hope for the best.

                                                                      I just think if they lose today, it means there's a personnel problem and that really can't be fixed this season. I expect them to win though and start the process of proving that the KSU game was just an anomaly/fluke.

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                                                                        #36
                                                                        Originally posted by SoonerHank View Post

                                                                        Stop being so obvious, SoCali. Do better. And go fuck yourself.
                                                                        I'm not sure why you think I am SocaliSooner. I'm not but that type of language is what I was talking about. Please let's make this an enjoyable experience for all who might read this. Just no call for it. There is just entirely too much anger in the world and this is something that is supposed to be fun. So let's put some smiles on our faces and a song in our heart and have some fun today!

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                                                                              #39
                                                                              I don't believe there that much difference in OU/TCU ..I look for down to the wire game that could go either way...Or it could be a blow out win for either team.....That should cover it

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                                                                                #40
                                                                                Originally posted by Goofball View Post
                                                                                Let's keep this this positive and upbeat, Win or lose this can be a great day. And again let's be mindful of women and children who might be reading this and keep the language cleaned up.
                                                                                Women are not delicate flowers that need to "protected from bad language" you weirdo.

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                                                                                    #42
                                                                                    Bush league antics from TCU.

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                                                                                      #43
                                                                                      Originally posted by BirtDurglar View Post
                                                                                      Is Major questionable? I caught a bit of Tobey on the radio this morning and he said "if Major can go today" as if he may have an injury
                                                                                      Hasn't he been nursing some kind of hamstring issue? Don't know that for sure-but thought I heard something like that earlier this week on the radio.....

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                                                                                        #44
                                                                                        Originally posted by Crimson47 View Post

                                                                                        Hasn't he been nursing some kind of hamstring issue? Don't know that for sure-but thought I heard something like that earlier this week on the radio.....
                                                                                        Someone said he rolled his ankle last week in the fourth quarter.

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                                                                                          #45
                                                                                          R Mason Thomas, Marcus Stripling, and Javian Hester are all out today as well.

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                                                                                            #46
                                                                                            Originally posted by Empire View Post
                                                                                            R Mason Thomas, Marcus Stripling, and Javian Hester are all out today as well.
                                                                                            What’s going on with R mason Thomas? What’s his injury?

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                                                                                              #47
                                                                                              https://twitter.com/ParkerThune/status/

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                                                                                                #48
                                                                                                Since I have chosen not to be a thread starter I will bury this thought in here.

                                                                                                It is October and the build up to Halloween with all the spooky scary stuff

                                                                                                What am I afraid of, my fear?

                                                                                                Brent Venables is Will Muschamp, an okay DC out of his element as a head coach.

                                                                                                The hope is that he spent enough time as an assistant he learned how to manage a program but it happens every year, someone is elevated to head coach and utterly fails at it.

                                                                                                On College Gameday today the trivia question was which Power 5 team has been upset the most since 2008 when ranked in the Top 5 and the answer should be no surprise to OU fans, Oklahoma four times.

                                                                                                Maybe expectations for Oklahoma to be a contender this year were unrealistic given the offseason defections.

                                                                                                Losing at home sucks balls and it seems now the talk about which Big XII teams will be in the CCG is focused on Baylor, OSU, Tech, KSU, even Kansas! WTH!

                                                                                                Is this going to be one of those seasons when Oklahoma opponents get some measure of revenge against OU?


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                                                                                                  #49
                                                                                                  https://twitter.com/EricBaileyTW/status/

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                                                                                                    #50
                                                                                                    https://twitter.com/OU_Athletics/status/

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