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Pitt Gorilla
11-27-2004, 03:52 PM
50-36. That was a crazy game. Pitt made a lot of mistakes that NW turned into points. In the end, Pitt simply had too much talent for the Bearcats. I couldn't have asked for a better game to see in person.

Spicy McHaggis
11-27-2004, 04:14 PM
Congrats on the win, I've got some friends who go to school at Pitt so I was rooting for them.

Skip Towne
11-27-2004, 06:42 PM
They are still playing this late? Was it a bowl game?

Pitt Gorilla
11-27-2004, 06:55 PM
They are still playing this late? Was it a bowl game?Quarter final. Semis are next week, followed by the National Championship.

Ultra Peanut
11-27-2004, 06:56 PM
Trev Alberts thinks you guys are overrated.

SnapDogg
11-27-2004, 08:31 PM
One of the most entertaining games I've ever seen, a little bit of everything went on in the game.
http://www.pittstategorillas.com/football/

SnapDogg
11-27-2004, 10:36 PM
Might as well got a room PG, next weeks games at THE PITT!

Skip Towne
11-28-2004, 08:37 AM
Quarter final. Semis are next week, followed by the National Championship.
What is the betting line on the UND game?

beavis
11-28-2004, 10:10 AM
I would hardly call it a thrashing. It was tied until late in the game, and if not for a turnover in the endzone, it could have ended a lot differently.

That being said, this was the national championship game. It'll be a cake walk from here in.

Bearcat
11-29-2004, 08:24 AM
It was a crazy game... a blocked FG, and 3 blocked extra points in the 3rd quarter alone. PSU was really impressive in the 4th.... Congrats, and good luck on bringing the MIAA another NC :toast:

bobbything
11-29-2004, 08:41 AM
I'm so happy that there's no real money in D2 football. Otherwise, we would be treated to seeing Pitt State, NoMo, and ESU in the "Braum's Bowl" every year.

Cochise
11-29-2004, 08:55 AM
Oh well.

Pitt Gorilla
11-29-2004, 08:31 PM
I would hardly call it a thrashing. It was tied until late in the game, and if not for a turnover in the endzone, it could have ended a lot differently.
How long have you been on this board?!?

beavis
11-30-2004, 01:25 AM
How long have you been on this board?!?
Heh, sorry, you just touched a nerve with me. The Bearcats were my last glimmer of hope for anything decent to happen in this year of sports.

Bearcats knocked from the playoffs.

Mizzou football folding like a house of cards.

The Chiefs... well, do I really need to say anything?

Mizzou basketball headed towards a possible 0-16 conference season, and the most embarassing display in school history.

What do I have to look forward to? Baseball? They haven't even gotten to Arizona yet, and the Royals are already 15 games out of first.

What in the hell am I going to do between now and next July?

Bearcat
11-30-2004, 09:50 AM
Heh, sorry, you just touched a nerve with me. The Bearcats were my last glimmer of hope for anything decent to happen in this year of sports.

Bearcats knocked from the playoffs.

Mizzou football folding like a house of cards.

The Chiefs... well, do I really need to say anything?

Mizzou basketball headed towards a possible 0-16 conference season, and the most embarassing display in school history.

What do I have to look forward to? Baseball? They haven't even gotten to Arizona yet, and the Royals are already 15 games out of first.

What in the hell am I going to do between now and next July?


There's a lot of good CBB on, even if you're not up to watching KU.... even Jack Harry was talking about how Kansas basketball is the only thing this area has to look forward to... not even a snide remark about the possible outcome in March. I was impressed.

I really hope PSU makes it to the NC game. I'll have a hard time watching it if they don't.

beavis
11-30-2004, 09:57 AM
There's a lot of good CBB on, even if you're not up to watching KU.... even Jack Harry was talking about how Kansas basketball is the only thing this area has to look forward to... not even a snide remark about the possible outcome in March. I was impressed.

I really hope PSU makes it to the NC game. I'll have a hard time watching it if they don't.
Oh I'll watch, but I don't have to like it. :cuss:

homey
11-30-2004, 10:01 AM
Northwest is on, what? It's third string quarterback? What a program.

bobbything
11-30-2004, 10:03 AM
What do I have to look forward to? Baseball? They haven't even gotten to Arizona yet, and the Royals are already 15 games out of first.
Classic.

KC, overall, has poor management when it comes to sports. If you listened to 810 this morning, apparently, the Wizards are going to get rid of Tony Meola. Not that I'm a huge soccer fan but, he wants to be here and he's a recognizable person in the community. The Royals are doing the same thing with Joe Randa.

Meola isn't the problem with the Wizards just as Randa isn't the problem with the Royals. However, nobody seems to recognize that.

Couple all this with the Chiefs free-fall and it's not a good time to be a KC sports fan.

KingPriest2
11-30-2004, 10:11 AM
Classic.

KC, overall, has poor management when it comes to sports. If you listened to 810 this morning, apparently, the Wizards are going to get rid of Tony Meola. Not that I'm a huge soccer fan but, he wants to be here and he's a recognizable person in the community. The Royals are doing the same thing with Joe Randa.

Meola isn't the problem with the Wizards just as Randa isn't the problem with the Royals. However, nobody seems to recognize that.

Couple all this with the Chiefs free-fall and it's not a good time to be a KC sports fan.

I can tell that you are not a soccer fan. Read more info on Meola.

Also I do agree with you that they need to keep both. But I have a feeling you don't have a grasp on why they are letting them go.

bobbything
11-30-2004, 10:33 AM
Well, to be honest, I don't know anything about soccer. All I know is that the only guy on the team I can name is Tony Meola.

As far as Randa is concerned, I know they don't want to pay his $3.3 mil option. So, they're cutting costs (which is no surprise). But, Randa has taken less each year just to stay in KC. That, to me, says a lot.

Plus, they're getting rid of Mizerak which leads me to believe that there's gonna be a complete overhaul at 3rd base. They're going with that guy who played well in the Fall League but, there's also a butt-load of good free agent 3rd basemen this year.

I'm just irritated at the state of professional sports, most notably baseball. I went to the Joe Randa Chairity Tennis Tournament and saw many of the things he does for this city. I just think it's a shame they have to get rid of the one person who really wants to be here.

beavis
11-30-2004, 10:36 AM
Classic.

KC, overall, has poor management when it comes to sports. If you listened to 810 this morning, apparently, the Wizards are going to get rid of Tony Meola. Not that I'm a huge soccer fan but, he wants to be here and he's a recognizable person in the community. The Royals are doing the same thing with Joe Randa.

Meola isn't the problem with the Wizards just as Randa isn't the problem with the Royals. However, nobody seems to recognize that.

Couple all this with the Chiefs free-fall and it's not a good time to be a KC sports fan.
I was talking about sports, not soccer.

Keeping Randa around is a waste of $. I know he's a great guy, but you don't build contenders by keeping guys around just because they're nice. (ie 2004 Chiefs)

beavis
11-30-2004, 10:40 AM
As far as Randa is concerned, I know they don't want to pay his $3.3 mil option. So, they're cutting costs (which is no surprise). But, Randa has taken less each year just to stay in KC. That, to me, says a lot.
What does it say? How does keeping around a $3 million player for a couple more years make us any better, other than getting in the way of Teahan?
Plus, they're getting rid of Mizerak which leads me to believe that there's gonna be a complete overhaul at 3rd base. They're going with that guy who played well in the Fall League but, there's also a butt-load of good free agent 3rd basemen this year.
Ummm, are you suggesting that a change of third base coaches has something to do with getting rid of Randa, because he plays third base? ROFL

Name one decent FA third baseman that the Royals could afford this year.

bobbything
11-30-2004, 11:10 AM
What does it say? How does keeping around a $3 million player for a couple more years make us any better, other than getting in the way of Teahan?
Teahan isn't going to play right off the bat. Sorry to inform you of that.
I can tell that you are not a soccer fan.This is what you said earlier, to which I replied...Well, to be honest, I don't know anything about soccer....to which you replied I was talking about sports, not soccer.
???? Uh...

Regardless, I know KC can't afford any of the 3BM on the market. But, is Joe Randa a good baseball player? Yes. He's worth one more year, and he would take less money to stay one more year. Since Teahen isn't going to step in and play right away, why not keep Randa another year?

I know that KC already signed some minor league journeyman to a one year deal to replace Randa. I suppose Randa wouldn't take whatever dude did, so I suppose it had to be done.

And by the way, what's with your "Internet Message Board" superiority complex I see oozing through my monitor?

ENDelt260
11-30-2004, 11:45 AM
What do I have to look forward to? Baseball? They haven't even gotten to Arizona yet, and the Royals are already 15 games out of first.

At least they'll have deep fried Twinkies at the ST games.

ENDelt260
11-30-2004, 11:50 AM
???? Uh...

Pssst... you're mixing quotes from two different people. It might help your argument to have some idea who you're going back and forth with.

beavis
11-30-2004, 12:06 PM
And by the way, what's with your "Internet Message Board" superiority complex I see oozing through my monitor?
Well judging by your inability to attribute quotes to the correct person, it's not a complex.

beavis
11-30-2004, 12:07 PM
At least they'll have deep fried Twinkies at the ST games.
They talked about those things all last March on the radio. Have you ever had one? It sounds disgusting, but I almost want to fly down there just to see what the hell they look like.

ENDelt260
11-30-2004, 12:08 PM
They talked about those things all last March on the radio. Have you ever had one? It sounds disgusting, but I almost want to fly down there just to see what the hell they look like.
I went to a few ST games last year, but I never got around to buying one.

Maybe this year...

bobbything
11-30-2004, 12:11 PM
My bad.

Apologies and such.

Bearcat
11-30-2004, 12:12 PM
They talked about those things all last March on the radio. Have you ever had one? It sounds disgusting, but I almost want to fly down there just to see what the hell they look like.

I'm thinking a Google search might be less expensive :hmmm:


http://www.wchstv.com/gmarecipes/deepfriedtwinkies.shtml

Bearcat2005
11-30-2004, 12:19 PM
50-36. That was a crazy game. Pitt made a lot of mistakes that NW turned into points. In the end, Pitt simply had too much talent for the Bearcats. I couldn't have asked for a better game to see in person.
First off I will hand it to you all you did a good job, but lets not forget our first string QB Lamberson was hurt and not playing, so our sophmore who had 1 previous start played. It would have been a much better game if Lamberson was in, its okay we will see you all next year, good luck in the playoffs.

beavis
11-30-2004, 01:49 PM
I'm thinking a Google search might be less expensive :hmmm:


http://www.wchstv.com/gmarecipes/deepfriedtwinkies.shtml
So much for hyperbole.

But yeah, I was right. Those look disgusting.

Pitt Gorilla
11-30-2004, 03:00 PM
Heh, sorry, you just touched a nerve with me. The Bearcats were my last glimmer of hope for anything decent to happen in this year of sports.

Bearcats knocked from the playoffs.

Mizzou football folding like a house of cards.

The Chiefs... well, do I really need to say anything?

Mizzou basketball headed towards a possible 0-16 conference season, and the most embarassing display in school history.

What do I have to look forward to? Baseball? They haven't even gotten to Arizona yet, and the Royals are already 15 games out of first.

What in the hell am I going to do between now and next July?Hey, at least misery has company. PSU football and MU volleyball are all I've got right now. I'll watch the MU basketball,Chiefs, and Royals games and will enjoy them fully, but Pitt (and MU volleyball) is the only winner right now.

Pitt Gorilla
11-30-2004, 03:06 PM
First off I will hand it to you all you did a good job, but lets not forget our first string QB Lamberson was hurt and not playing, so our sophmore who had 1 previous start played. It would have been a much better game if Lamberson was in, its okay we will see you all next year, good luck in the playoffs.I don't think they did a good job. Pitt played like ass. The blocked punt, back-to-back fumbles by the QB who DIDN'T put up 21 points to lead us back into the game, the fumble on the opening posession on our 20, the interception before half (your pick probably hurt more, though), a less-than-average defense, etc. I honestly don't know how Pitt won, but am glad they did. Race (RB) is the key to that team and will be for the next few years.

beavis
11-30-2004, 03:08 PM
I don't think they did a good job. Pitt played like ass. The blocked punt, back-to-back fumbles by the QB who DIDN'T put up 21 points to lead us back into the game, the fumble on the opening posession on our 20, the interception before half (your pick probably hurt more, though), a less-than-average defense, etc. I honestly don't know how Pitt won, but am glad they did. Race (RB) is the key to that team and will be for the next few years.
It was pretty sloppy on both sides, which is suprising, considering how well coached they are.

I've never been much on Philpot though. Is that guy like an 8th year senior or what? It seems like he was starting when I was a freshman.

Alton deFlat
12-01-2004, 10:41 AM
I've never been much on Philpot though. Is that guy like an 8th year senior or what? It seems like he was starting when I was a freshman.


ROFL

Philpot redshirted his freshman year, and has started the past four years. He is the better of the two QBs at Pitt. Majors gives them a spark, when they need it (like Saturday), but when the games on the line, I'll take Philpot every single time. He hasn't been named Offensive MVP in the conference the last two years for nothing. Having a 6'5", 254 pound QB has it's advantages.

beavis
12-01-2004, 02:24 PM
ROFL

Philpot redshirted his freshman year, and has started the past four years. He is the better of the two QBs at Pitt. Majors gives them a spark, when they need it (like Saturday), but when the games on the line, I'll take Philpot every single time. He hasn't been named Offensive MVP in the conference the last two years for nothing. Having a 6'5", 254 pound QB has it's advantages.
He's essentially a running back. Dude couldn't hit the broad side of a barn with one of his throws. I know it's an option offense, but calling him a good QB just doesn't make sense.