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  • oregonblitzkriegoregonblitzkrieg Posts: 10,452
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    Love how the voting on the original poast goes from extreme butthurt when it was first poasted to nothing but chins looking back in hindsight. Mosster is deep inside your heads.
    GrundleStiltzkinGothrydSoutherndawgMisterEmCirrhosisDawg
  • StrongArmCobraStrongArmCobra Posts: 852
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    Love how the voting on the original poast goes from extreme butthurt when it was first poasted to nothing but chins looking back in hindsight. Mosster is deep inside your heads.

    He was 100% wrong about literally everything and proceeded to watch Oregon get skullfucked at home 70-21. It's amusing to look back and point that out. Trying to deflect from the subject matter by saying "he's in our heads" is pointless and the pot calling the kettle black. You're both Duck fans who are long time and frequent posters on a UW board. So who's in who's head?
    AZDuckSourcesSoutherndawgCirrhosisDawgoregonblitzkrieg
  • BaphometBaphomet Posts: 840
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    Love how the voting on the original poast goes from extreme butthurt when it was first poasted to nothing but chins looking back in hindsight. Mosster is deep inside your heads.

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  • creepycougcreepycoug Posts: 7,135
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    Love how the voting on the original poast goes from extreme butthurt when it was first poasted to nothing but chins looking back in hindsight. Mosster is deep inside your heads.

    He was 100% wrong about literally everything and proceeded to watch Oregon get skullfucked at home 70-21. It's amusing to look back and point that out. Trying to deflect from the subject matter by saying "he's in our heads" is pointless and the pot calling the kettle black. You're both Duck fans who are long time and frequent posters on a UW board. So who's in who's whose head?
    You know why.
    MisterEmdnc
  • Mosster47Mosster47 Posts: 5,488
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    Love how the voting on the original poast goes from extreme butthurt when it was first poasted to nothing but chins looking back in hindsight. Mosster is deep inside your heads.

    He was 100% wrong about literally everything and proceeded to watch Oregon get skullfucked at home 70-21. It's amusing to look back and point that out. Trying to deflect from the subject matter by saying "he's in our heads" is pointless and the pot calling the kettle black. You're both Duck fans who are long time and frequent posters on a UW board. So who's in who's head?
    I wasn't wrong about anything. Prukop needed to play well, he didn't. The defense needed to have a pulse, it didnt.

    They were still in nail biters with Nebraska, Colorado, Cal, Utah, and the Beavies. Solid QB play and a defense that was 70 spots better probably takes all of those. Instead they went 1-4 in those.

    Slingblade would still be in Eugene if they went 9-3 with losses to UW, Stanford, and USC. Thank God he didn't. I said it the day it happened on here and it's still absolutely true. That 70-21 score was the best thing to happen to Oregon football post Chip.
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  • salemcoogsalemcoog Posts: 8,701
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    Mosster47 said:

    Love how the voting on the original poast goes from extreme butthurt when it was first poasted to nothing but chins looking back in hindsight. Mosster is deep inside your heads.

    He was 100% wrong about literally everything and proceeded to watch Oregon get skullfucked at home 70-21. It's amusing to look back and point that out. Trying to deflect from the subject matter by saying "he's in our heads" is pointless and the pot calling the kettle black. You're both Duck fans who are long time and frequent posters on a UW board. So who's in who's head?
    I wasn't wrong about anything. Prukop needed to play well, he didn't. The defense needed to have a pulse, it didnt.

    They were still in nail biters with Nebraska, Colorado, Cal, Utah, and the Beavies. Solid QB play and a defense that was 70 spots better probably takes all of those. Instead they went 1-4 in those.

    Slingblade would still be in Eugene if they went 9-3 with losses to UW, Stanford, and USC. Thank God he didn't. I said it the day it happened on here and it's still absolutely true. That 70-21 score was the best thing to happen to Oregon football post Chip.
    Agreed. If you would have an Offense or a Defense that year, it would have been a NY6 bowl guaranteed.
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  • DooglesDoogles Posts: 7,203
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    Mosster47 said:

    Love how the voting on the original poast goes from extreme butthurt when it was first poasted to nothing but chins looking back in hindsight. Mosster is deep inside your heads.

    He was 100% wrong about literally everything and proceeded to watch Oregon get skullfucked at home 70-21. It's amusing to look back and point that out. Trying to deflect from the subject matter by saying "he's in our heads" is pointless and the pot calling the kettle black. You're both Duck fans who are long time and frequent posters on a UW board. So who's in who's head?
    I wasn't wrong about anything. Prukop needed to play well, he didn't. The defense needed to have a pulse, it didnt.

    They were still in nail biters with Nebraska, Colorado, Cal, Utah, and the Beavies. Solid QB play and a defense that was 70 spots better probably takes all of those. Instead they went 1-4 in those.

    Slingblade would still be in Eugene if they went 9-3 with losses to UW, Stanford, and USC. Thank God he didn't. I said it the day it happened on here and it's still absolutely true. That 70-21 score was the best thing to happen to Oregon football post Chip.
    And if Marshall's plane hadn't crashed, they would have fielded a team with a pulse.
    dncRaceBannonPeterman
  • dncdnc Posts: 36,688
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    Mosster47 said:

    If these four things happen Oregon makes the playoff:

    1. Prukop stays health. His skill set is much more suited to Oregon's offense than the midget free agent made of glass he is replacing. Freeman and Carrington are in contract years so they are going to dominate. Allen will be back full tilt, Brown is back, Stanford, Merritt, etc. The Ducks will score a fuck ton of points with an able QB, this is just simple fact.

    2. The Center gets the fucking ball to Prukop.

    3. Hoke fields a defense that is Top 45 in yards-per-play and points-allowed. That's it. No one is asking for dominant. No one is even asking for good. Just be in the top half of college football in those two stats.

    4. Beat Stanford. The Ducks will be 8-0 going into November. November is a tough stretch, three road games and the Trees at home. No, UW isn't finishing second in the North this year, it will be Oregon and Stanford like always. A loss on the road to USC or Utah won't be playoff killers if they get Stanford, beat UCLA in the CCG and finish 12-1.

    If they lose anywhere in those first eight games TSIO.

    In defense of MossterFS, he was right, UW didn't finish second in the north in 2016, and it was Stanford.

    I only point out the time he was right.
    GrundleStiltzkin
  • DoogCouricsDoogCourics Posts: 986
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    Doogles said:

    Mosster47 said:

    Love how the voting on the original poast goes from extreme butthurt when it was first poasted to nothing but chins looking back in hindsight. Mosster is deep inside your heads.

    He was 100% wrong about literally everything and proceeded to watch Oregon get skullfucked at home 70-21. It's amusing to look back and point that out. Trying to deflect from the subject matter by saying "he's in our heads" is pointless and the pot calling the kettle black. You're both Duck fans who are long time and frequent posters on a UW board. So who's in who's head?
    I wasn't wrong about anything. Prukop needed to play well, he didn't. The defense needed to have a pulse, it didnt.

    They were still in nail biters with Nebraska, Colorado, Cal, Utah, and the Beavies. Solid QB play and a defense that was 70 spots better probably takes all of those. Instead they went 1-4 in those.

    Slingblade would still be in Eugene if they went 9-3 with losses to UW, Stanford, and USC. Thank God he didn't. I said it the day it happened on here and it's still absolutely true. That 70-21 score was the best thing to happen to Oregon football post Chip.
    And if Marshall's plane hadn't crashed, they would have fielded a team with a pulse.
    That’s some dark shit dude.
  • dncdnc Posts: 36,688
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    Doogles said:

    Mosster47 said:

    Love how the voting on the original poast goes from extreme butthurt when it was first poasted to nothing but chins looking back in hindsight. Mosster is deep inside your heads.

    He was 100% wrong about literally everything and proceeded to watch Oregon get skullfucked at home 70-21. It's amusing to look back and point that out. Trying to deflect from the subject matter by saying "he's in our heads" is pointless and the pot calling the kettle black. You're both Duck fans who are long time and frequent posters on a UW board. So who's in who's head?
    I wasn't wrong about anything. Prukop needed to play well, he didn't. The defense needed to have a pulse, it didnt.

    They were still in nail biters with Nebraska, Colorado, Cal, Utah, and the Beavies. Solid QB play and a defense that was 70 spots better probably takes all of those. Instead they went 1-4 in those.

    Slingblade would still be in Eugene if they went 9-3 with losses to UW, Stanford, and USC. Thank God he didn't. I said it the day it happened on here and it's still absolutely true. That 70-21 score was the best thing to happen to Oregon football post Chip.
    And if Marshall's plane hadn't crashed, they would have fielded a team with a pulse.
    That’s some dark shit dude.
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    dark shit!
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  • oregonblitzkriegoregonblitzkrieg Posts: 10,452
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    Oregon and Stanford is the natural order of things in the PAC. That's the way it was meant to be, and that's the way it will be again soon. Sooner than you think.
    Pitchfork51
  • salemcoogsalemcoog Posts: 8,701
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    dnc said:

    Mosster47 said:

    If these four things happen Oregon makes the playoff:

    1. Prukop stays health. His skill set is much more suited to Oregon's offense than the midget free agent made of glass he is replacing. Freeman and Carrington are in contract years so they are going to dominate. Allen will be back full tilt, Brown is back, Stanford, Merritt, etc. The Ducks will score a fuck ton of points with an able QB, this is just simple fact.

    2. The Center gets the fucking ball to Prukop.

    3. Hoke fields a defense that is Top 45 in yards-per-play and points-allowed. That's it. No one is asking for dominant. No one is even asking for good. Just be in the top half of college football in those two stats.

    4. Beat Stanford. The Ducks will be 8-0 going into November. November is a tough stretch, three road games and the Trees at home. No, UW isn't finishing second in the North this year, it will be Oregon and Stanford like always. A loss on the road to USC or Utah won't be playoff killers if they get Stanford, beat UCLA in the CCG and finish 12-1.

    If they lose anywhere in those first eight games TSIO.

    In defense of MossterFS, he was right, UW didn't finish second in the north in 2016, and it was Stanford.

    I only point out the time he was right.
    I don’t doubt that it took brewing another fresh pot and a ton of late night phone calls to get it done.
  • Mosster47Mosster47 Posts: 5,488
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    dnc said:

    Mosster47 said:

    If these four things happen Oregon makes the playoff:

    1. Prukop stays health. His skill set is much more suited to Oregon's offense than the midget free agent made of glass he is replacing. Freeman and Carrington are in contract years so they are going to dominate. Allen will be back full tilt, Brown is back, Stanford, Merritt, etc. The Ducks will score a fuck ton of points with an able QB, this is just simple fact.

    2. The Center gets the fucking ball to Prukop.

    3. Hoke fields a defense that is Top 45 in yards-per-play and points-allowed. That's it. No one is asking for dominant. No one is even asking for good. Just be in the top half of college football in those two stats.

    4. Beat Stanford. The Ducks will be 8-0 going into November. November is a tough stretch, three road games and the Trees at home. No, UW isn't finishing second in the North this year, it will be Oregon and Stanford like always. A loss on the road to USC or Utah won't be playoff killers if they get Stanford, beat UCLA in the CCG and finish 12-1.

    If they lose anywhere in those first eight games TSIO.

    In defense of MossterFS, he was right, UW didn't finish second in the north in 2016, and it was Stanford.

    I only point out the time he was right.
    Let's be realistic here, who is picking a team that has been shit the previous 15 years to do something? Picking UW to win something post Doog Father is like pinning the tail on the donkey.
  • MisterEmMisterEm Posts: 5,571
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    Oregon and Stanford is the natural order of things in the PAC. That's the way it was meant to be, and that's the way it will be again soon. Sooner than you think.

    Never has been true. Never will.
    haieGrundleStiltzkinPitchfork51oregonblitzkriegPeterman
  • Pitchfork51Pitchfork51 Posts: 9,522
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    Oregon and Stanford is the natural order of things in the PAC. That's the way it was meant to be, and that's the way it will be again soon. Sooner than you think.

    All 3 natties immediately revoked
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