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post #1 of 4 (permalink) Old 10-24-2005, 11:34 AM Thread Starter
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Should Tech watch out for Baylor?

I'm listening to Norm Hitzges, and he brought up a good point: Tech should watch out for Baylor. On a strictly strength of schedule and performance level, they really still haven't should how good they are. I'm sorry, but they haven't. I'm not sure if Tech lost to Texas because of a lack of talent, or if they got out coached. I'm leaning more toward being out coached. Baylor, amazingly, has showed they can at least keep up.

MY Defense for agreeing that Tech still hasn't shown their level of play is this: Just who won't get their asses handed to them by t.u.? There are really only one or two teams in the Nation that has a chance. Who has Tech beat that other Big XII South teams couldn't beat?

Florida International, Sam Houston, Indiana: Even OKState can beat those Cupcakes
Kansas: OU beat them
Nebraska: OU Play's them this week, Baylor Lost; however, it was a miracle win for Tech.
K. State: A&M Beat them, however only by two, OU Routed them
Texas: OU got Routed, Missouri - Routed, Colorado - Routed.

I'm sorry, but I still don't know how good Tech is suppost to be. At least A&M has proved we SUCK, LOL ( ) And you're going to Route us . . . but does that prove anything? But Baylor has put Both A&M and OU in OT on the Road . . . and Tech plays them in Wacko? I'm just saying: Watch Out.

BTW: My stance on the A&M v. Tech game is this: "Are you here for the feeding? You're early, it's next week. You should come back, it's gonna be a blood bath."

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Short answer...Yes....we should worry or watch out for every team we play.

Do I think that Baylor is going to give us a better game then some of our previous opponents....Yes.

Tech folded big time on Saturday to a very good Texas team. We were simply out maned and out played. I really do no think Leach got out coached. On the other hand I do think that Leach played very conservative trying not to hand over any momentum but that backfired anyway(i.e not downing the int. in the end zone followed by a blocked punt on 4th and 5...typically Leach would have gone for it).

Also a major factor in that game is a product of our system which has remained a constant at least until next year. That is our QB. Although Leach has proven that he can plug QB's into our system and make it work there is one thing he can't teach...Big game experience...and in a game like Saturdays that kind of knowledge is priceless.

I think Baylor will offer some resistance and I agree that no one really knows how good Tech is but I would like to imagine that Tech will roll Baylor this weekend.

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No, Tech will win it's remaining games.

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Nol. Baylor sucks, badly. Hell, they lost to the Ags!

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