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They called it on the guy who hit him. You can't see where his hand was but I'm guessing it had to touch his facemask.

God with the makeup call for Korie Lucious.

The refs didn't give a name at first, and the announcers claimed it was called on someone else, but I may have missed something.

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That was a pathetic showing by the defense on that last drive. Absolutely pathetic.

Penalties, little pressure, and a lack of damn speed on the defesnive side of the ball. Nice job in recruiter there Fridge. Spend less time at the buffet and more time recruiting a few guys with speed on defense and you won't see that happen.

You wimps just got your butt handed to you by the Miami 2nd string...

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Penalties, little pressure, and a lack of damn speed on the defesnive side of the ball. Nice job in recruiter there Fridge. Spend less time at the buffet and more time recruiting a few guys with speed on defense and you won't see that happen.

You wimps just got your butt handed to you by the Miami 2nd string...

Wow...a fat joke. How original. :rolleyes:

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Well, it looks like we found out about the Terps today.

I'm kind of disappointed that a true freshman QB, their 3rd stringer, beat us today. He had a 16 yard run before his long TD pass to win the game.

Miami's offense pretty much had their way with the defense.

If it makes you feel better, he was one of the top recruits in the nation last year. He's probably better than Jacory "turnover machine" Harris.

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Well, if there is any consolation to take away from this game, it's that they were in it right up to the last play despite looking absolutely putrid for the most part. It was pretty obvious from watching this game that Miami was far superior in terms of athleticism and talent. To win games against teams like that the Terps have to execute much much better than they did today.

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Well' date=' if there is any consolation to take away from this game, it's that they were in it right up to the last play despite looking absolutely putrid for the most part. It was pretty obvious from watching this game that Miami was far superior in terms of athleticism and talent. To win games against teams like that the Terps have to execute much much better than they did today.[/quote']

Typical "soft" MD effort......can't close the deal.

You'd think on the last drive of the game you'd see a little more intensity and effort. Nope. No pass rush, DBs letting guys get behind them....terrible.

There were plenty of opportunities to win that game and they let it get away.

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