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Read your post out loud.
Okay so I misspelled pleasantly and left out an "a" between that's and trend, sue me
I had to read it again myself. Then I got a good chuckle. I can do that. My wife is Asian so I have immunity.
Ahhh I was thinking the same thing AE was. But i figured it was autocorrect instead.It took me a while to get that one.
No ridicule, just a funny mistake and good observation on 87's part. I read your post the first time and didn't even notice. We have all done it at one time or another.Okay, okay, I guess I deserved the ridicule , I knew what I meant to type, my fingers just decided on something else!
No ridicule, just a funny mistake and good observation on 87's part. I read your post the first time and didn't even notice. We have all done it at one time or another.
I was addressing you though
I've been pleasantly surprised with the ball handling tonight.I was presently surprised to see how solid the ball handling was. That's trend I'd love to see continue!
No bedroom talk on the board please.I've been pleasantly surprised with the ball handling tonight.
Last 3 years have a been mediocre Bubb, and that was dominating this level If competition. Just gotta see the week to week increase of level playingBottom line for me: having game time threads like this is a waste. People lose their heads when watching a game. Every play or mistake is indicative of what the ENTIRE season is going to be like. Pleeeeeeease!
Ha sorry it was a joke about what the other guy said. No ill will intended toward anyone.No bedroom talk on the board please.
How's this post look now?
Never in my memory. You may remember farther back.
I think Mark Bradley makes an interesting point:
Tech threw the ball better than Tech usually throws the ball, but that’s not entirely a positive. Making his first start at quarterback, Justin Thomas completed 11 of 15 passes for 282 yards and two touchdowns. That’s a good thing. The bad thing is the Jackets needed to throw the ball to win. They couldn’t make Paul Johnson’s option work the way he wants it to work, this despite an offseason devoted to remastering Johnson’s creation. Tech was outrushed by Wofford, which deploys the old-school wishbone, 271 yards to 226. Thomas made the Terriers pay for their attention to Tech’s running game, but how many games are the Jackets apt to win if their quarterback has to throw for nearly 300 yards?
I for one am pleasantly surprised by how well we threw the ball, especially JT's throws down the seam to Zenon. The thing is, we've always had success throwing the ball against a team like Wofford. It is a little concerning that we couldn't run at will against them considering how big of a deal we made all off season about "getting back to the basics" of our offense.
I hope to see a big jump next game in run game production.
I played against them in the mid 70's. What were you doing then?