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Whattya all think in terms of the sense of excitement?


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Was at the stadium. That was the most energy we've had in a long time. Good job on the fans and students!

Yep, I agree.  Most excitement at RJS since Jim Leavitt's reign.  Although only approx. 30K fans it felt electric and QF nutted up big time.  Thoroughly enjoyable and electric home game.  Loved it

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I mean, hey- I don't know if Willie is just staying out of the way, or finally coming to grips that his semi-pro style offense wasn't going to cut it, but they actually are pretty interesting to watch on both sides of the ball now. 

Flowers has come a long way too- he's now like a poor man's Grothe, can make some big plays with his arm and legs, still has a lot of trouble just setting up and throwing, especially intermediate, but at the same time, unless Woulard is just dynamic in practices/ next season, I'd be hard pressed to take that job away from QF at this point. 

Now let's see if they don't suffer a letdown next week, because they should be favored the rest of the way. For once I was not surprised at all that they won this game tonight, and had I been in town, might have actually tried to purchase a couple cheepie tickets and likely just sat wherever, as there were still plenty of seats 

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I mean, hey- I don't know if Willie is just staying out of the way, or finally coming to grips that his semi-pro style offense wasn't going to cut it, but they actually are pretty interesting to watch on both sides of the ball now. 

Flowers has come a long way too- he's now like a poor man's Grothe, can make some big plays with his arm and legs, still has a lot of trouble just setting up and throwing, especially intermediate, but at the same time, unless Woulard is just dynamic in practices/ next season, I'd be hard pressed to take that job away from QF at this point. 

Now let's see if they don't suffer a letdown next week, because they should be favored the rest of the way. For once I was not surprised at all that they won this game tonight, and had I been in town, might have actually tried to purchase a couple cheepie tickets and likely just sat wherever, as there were still plenty of seats 

I don't think there is going to be a QB battle next year.  Flowers has established himself as the starter.

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