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November 2, 2009

football weekend recap

Filed under: Uncategorized — Neil @ 8:10 am

Fall = football.  Here’s a few thoughts from my weekend of footbal consumption.

  • Really encouraged by the State win over Kentucky.  Really impressed at how @CoachDanMullen has had the Dogs ready to play each week.
  • Brett Favre just looks silly in a Vikings uniform playing the Packers in Lambeau.
  • USC lost.  Having the most talent doesn’t always = wins.
  • Fantasy Football is addictive & changes the way I watch football.  I’m watiching games I don’t really care about & rooting for players I don’t like.
  • Can’t believe M.C. lost.  1st game I’ve been to since I graduated.  We had a good time, great weather, but just too many turnovers.
  • Division 3 games are much more fan friendly.  No tv timeouts are so nice.  The entire game was played in about 2.5 hours & both favored the pass which typically means longer games.
  • Students having a bonfire @ the game is something that only happens at Division 3 game (see photos below).
  • Twitter is a great tool if you love to keep up w/ stats, injuries & other behind the scenes info. @joestate@kyleveazey & @stricklinMSU give me all of that type of info during State games.
  • Hopefully, the Saints beat the Falcons tonight.
MC football game

 

Mississippi College vs Howard Payne

 

bonfire @ MC game

bonfire @ the MC game (fire is just to the right of the stands)

 

 

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1 Comment »

  1. Prediction: Saints 42
    Falcons 24

    Comment by parkwaystudents — November 2, 2009 @ 1:30 pm


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