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Aggies - is the 12th man tradition alive and well?
Based on your injury report, your starter is out for our game in two weeks. Given the backup looked atrocious against a dog shite Colorado program, do you still let students come in and play in the middle of the game?

I think you may need it against us when we spank your arse in your home state in the house that Arkansas built...




NFLSU
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re: Aggies - is the 12th man tradition alive and well?
The real 12th Man is in Seattle.


Old Sarge
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re: Aggies - is the 12th man tradition alive and well?
Yes, our long snapper is the 12th man however right now

So we have to settle for the 5 star recruit Sophomore that is probably better than 90% of the qbs out there

Oh no what will we do


Porker Face
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re: Aggies - is the 12th man tradition alive and well?
Your daddy Texas has a buncha 5 stars on their roster. Lotta good that did em


Old Sarge
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re: Aggies - is the 12th man tradition alive and well?
Who?


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AGGIES
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re: Aggies - is the 12th man tradition alive and well?
Thumbs up for the good natured trash talk.

You have got to be feeling good this week.

All I can say is, Calzada has to look much better this week before I’m ready to consider A&M winning. I think he’ll improve a lot, though…


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Old Sarge
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re: Aggies - is the 12th man tradition alive and well?
Shame you’re too afraid of Aggie to sign up for the sig bet


Hugh McElroy
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re: Aggies - is the 12th man tradition alive and well?
Our backup QB went 8-14 for 118 and a TD in the 4th quarter. Your starter went for 138 yards with a pick and no TDs for the whole game in a game where you rushed the field even though you were playing a crap team.


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re: Aggies - is the 12th man tradition alive and well?
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Your starter went for 138 yards with a pick and no TDs for the whole game


Well 3/4 of the game. we didn't attempt a pass in the 4thQ to show mercy. I notice you looked up the yardage yet decided to intentionally omit the comp/att numbers. It was 14/19 for 138, or in other words not substantially different from your cat.

The 300 yards on the ground prevented the need to air it out in the 4th. Trust me, you'll understand soon enough
This post was edited on 9/14 at 8:06 pm


bkPoseidon
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re: Aggies - is the 12th man tradition alive and well?
That’s not any better lmao


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re: Aggies - is the 12th man tradition alive and well?
I don't gamble


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HOG92
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re: Aggies - is the 12th man tradition alive and well?
Why pass when the other team is completely unable to stop the run? And that interception was really just a crazy athletic play by the defender. Hard to put that one on KJ. If you want to see what kind of passer he really is go watch the Mizzery game last year.


CGSC Lobotomy
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re: Aggies - is the 12th man tradition alive and well?
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The real 12th Man is in Seattle.


Is that why they abandoned their claim to it after the 2015 season?


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Hugh McElroy
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re: Aggies - is the 12th man tradition alive and well?
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The 300 yards on the ground prevented the need to air it out in the 4th. Trust me, you'll understand soon enough


This post was edited on 9/14 at 8:07 pm


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texag7
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re: Aggies - is the 12th man tradition alive and well?
Hope your qb likes getting hit


Porker Face
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re: Aggies - is the 12th man tradition alive and well?
Our QB gives out hits bruh


AGGIES
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re: Aggies - is the 12th man tradition alive and well?
You may also consider that tu is terrible and do not provide adequate competition to determine how good your team is…


RoscoeHarper
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re: Aggies - is the 12th man tradition alive and well?
You're sorely mistaken if you think Arkansas runs for anywhere near 300 on A&M.


Porker Face
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re: Aggies - is the 12th man tradition alive and well?
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tu is terrible and do not provide adequate competition to determine how good your team is


Thanks for the suggestion, I will take it under advisement. How good is Colorado???


texag7
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re: Aggies - is the 12th man tradition alive and well?
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How good is Colorado???


Better than Arkansas. Why?


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