Whatever bowl it is ......I dread the thought of another offensive coordinator who knows how to plan for a specific team looking at our defensive backs. I hope Wally and company can anticipate this and actually do something different than what they are planning for for 3 weeks plus.
Holiday bowl is not an option anymore with this loss. Best case scenario now in my opinion is the Car Care bowl, however the most likely is going to be the Heart of Dallas. I don't see New Era choosing us again as I'm not sure the fan support would be there for another trip to NYC. Wouldn't rule it out completely though quite yet.
Holiday bowl? no chance I would say no big 12 bowl some crap leftover bowl
Would have been nice to finish 7-5, but bowling is great. Coach has the team moving in the right direction. It's a tough league, playing all nine teams. We need more speed and more depth and we've found a QB.
Richardson is cool and poised and its his first start as a RFR. It's getting better and better.
Being 6-6 and going bowling is stupid IMO, I think you need at least 7 wins to even go bowling. Whatever bowl we go to will be who gives a **** bowl. To many bowls IMO.
Stop. This can be debated in the off season and your argument is a loser anyway because as long as cities want tourist there will be plenty of bowl games and as long as bowl teams get more practices than non-bowl teams most will take advantage of the extra practices.
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