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Something VERY nice about this...

Discussion in 'Sooner Football' started by Frozen Sooner, Dec 5, 2010.

  1. Frozen Sooner

    Frozen Sooner Soon to be Memphibian

    We almost got our doors blown off out of the gate, took a 17-0 punch, then came back to win. 23-20 was our first lead of the game.

    OU had kind of developed a reputation as a team that, if you hit 'em in the mouth in the first quarter, they'd fold.

    Glad to see that our guys have some resiliency. I think last year actually did a ton of good for the program as a whole.
  2. SoonerDood

    SoonerDood New Member

    Great maturity by the Senior leadership, and by the up and coming Freshmen. We're gonna be hard to beat the next few years.
  3. Sooner in Tampa

    Sooner in Tampa SoonerFans.com Elite Member

    IF we can get some kids to stay...we are gonna be crazy great!!
  4. silverwheels

    silverwheels SoonerFans.com Elite Member

    It looks like a lockout in the NFL is extremely likely, so it would be wise if no one left early.
  5. Wishboned

    Wishboned New Member

    The second largest comeback in Big 12 Championship history.
  6. soonerinkaty

    soonerinkaty New Member

    I loved the toughness this team has exhibited! Geez thats hard to post drunkynated.
  7. Okie35

    Okie35 SoonerFans.com Elite Member

    Tell me about it I was going to go out and jump into a car after a while. Kevin Wilson said it best.

  8. jumperstop

    jumperstop New Member

    They said the largest on Espn, but they are wrong a lot.
  9. FirstandGoal

    FirstandGoal New Member

    For some reason, I was more relaxed during this game than against Mizzou or eATMe. It just felt like we were dominating in spite of the score and when I looked at the stats during halftime, I got a real good feeling about how this was going to turn out. So proud of how OUr guys handled being down and scored 17 unanswered points to even out the score right before half.

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