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  • #1194

    JJH
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    It looks to me as though the ‘Pards should be about a 10 point favorite.
    Don’t bet the farm on it, though. If our guys can get it together for just one Saturday, we could win by two touchdowns.
    Whatever happens will probably be unexpected, and will result in some exciting football.
    Weather forecast is good, with temps in the mid 50’s and NO RAIN!!!! JJH

    #1195

    analyst
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    Is it Laughayette or Laughatit?

    LU wins by 7.

    #1204

    JJH
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    I like the positive attitude from analyst. I’ll be there to cheer them on!!! JJH

    #1205
    sundayamqb
    sundayamqb
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    No rain! Awesome.

    Just saw the final play at Fordham; it was out of view of FU feed’s camera. Bryan Andrews made a terrific breakup in the end zone. If D plays like it did Saturday, I like Lehigh by 3 … 24-21.

    Clark will have to do some scrambling, though.

    #1208
    RichH
    RichH
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    :mrgreen: Come rain , snow sleet etc we will be thereCut mistakes in half and we win by 14. If D can start sacking in the 1st half, we win by 21 or more. LC has no real backup qb and Curley with time is dangerous no arm but smart and accurate. runs O well but watching a couple of games he can be shaken and w/o him O stops. Front 7 on D is very good Clark will have to move but their secondary suc.ks

    #1210
    ngineer
    ngineer
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    I like our chances. For same reasons stated above. Our defense is really cranking and by disrupting Curley we’ll get some ints. EVen if we don’t sack him, hurrying his throwing should cause some opportunities. I expect Lafayette will try to run and some quick slants and swing passes to take away our blitzes, so if the DBs need to be aggressive and not give too much cushion off the line. With a good pass rush, they shouldn’t need alot of cushion. Special teams, special teams. Laughteryette’s PK is probably doing mind games with himself after last week. Our return teams need to STOP the blocking in the back!! See a number, pull up dammit. Clark just needs to not force things. He has a good arm, but not a lot of accuracy of late. Protect the ball, and leave the running to Campbell, Walker and Barket.

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