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Kevin Greene

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I'll have to see a little more sustained goodness out of him? Remember Garrett Gilbert coming out against Ala and looking like the next big thing? 1 game does not a QB make.

Also this game really brought to light something most people didn't realize: Alabama's corners are dogshit.

 

I could definitely agree with that. But I really liked what I saw out of him. And there have been lots of great COLLEGE qb's under Stoops. Not to mention OK is very deep at wr. Yes, 1 game doesn't make a player, but in a wide open Big 12 next year I expect him to continue to develop nicely.

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guaranteed money doesn't help fans get the best overall game.

 

had this been a semi final game i think you see a totally dif Bama team.

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"Mom" as in, she had a kid playing in the game?

 

Just fugging nice, lady. Not only getting so flambe'd you can't walk, but the crowd-surf dive move followed by the back-stroke kicking was epic, especially while being restrained.

 

Do they not put about 459 crowd behavior warnings throughout the game on the jumbo-tron like the NFL?

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I just gotta say it... BOOMER fuging SOONER BABY!!!!!  WOOOOOOOOO!!!

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