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Guys, the signs that the offense was going to struggle came in Spartanburg.

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I REMEMBER THE DEFENSE OWNING THE OFFENSE THROUGHOUT CAMP...CLEARLY THAT CONTINUED THROUGH THE SEASON..

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so many gif bomb worthy threads today.

almost makes me wanna risk getting hit with the ban hammer.

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Yep its that time again kids!

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All jokes aside, I dont know many teams that completely go different from pre-season to regular season . I just don't understand the change and why we did it

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norman did have 3 ints in one practice or something, this wasn't a myth

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