Sunday, September 23, 2007

Bear vs. Bull: The Szyzzler Strikes Again

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For the substance of the game, we will await Curtis Edmonds' recap. Here is the ESPN Boxscore if you are interested. Also, keep abreast of Bruins Bold/Meek for his ongoing analysis. We will say that Blizzle Szyzzle dropped another 3 passing TDs and had 91 rushing yards as well as a bootlegged TD. Also, the story of the game seemed to be the resurgence of Baylor's defense and the emergence of a nascent running game; and all this against Buffalo! Way to go Bears! In three weeks we have dispensed of two of the worst teams in D1 and a I-AA team. Now we are truly ready for conference play. At least A&M isn't as good as they thought they were. Maybe we can take out Colorado or one of the teams from Kansas. We'll see. The WacoTrib photo gallery of the game includes 8 photos. Talk about the media event of the century.

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Run, Blizzle, Run!

4 Comments:

  • This upcoming week is my favorite to read the Meat. I'm simply giddy.

    And although I believe Red to be possibly the best dead President in the history of the B, I do hope that the good Judge and Pat Neff make a special appearance to bury the Aggs.

    By Blogger BDP, at 7:59 PM  

  • bdp speaks truth! I expect the best of the best that the 13th floor of the ALICO has!

    By Anonymous Anonymous, at 9:26 PM  

  • Expect a full report on the Buffalo game, interspersed with hateful, poisonous invective against Continental Airlines, which delayed my flight back to Newark for five Godless, unspeakable hours, causing me to catch the first half of the Cowboys game and miss the excitement-filled second half.

    By Blogger Curtis, at 10:33 PM  

  • We will try to meet expectations set for this week. Perhaps last year's outing set the bar a bit too high. We will try our darnedest.

    Red

    PS. Looking forward to your observations, Curtis. I trust you didn't suffer from hypothermia.

    By Blogger Senior Editor Red Andrews, at 8:44 AM  

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