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Montana State at Washington State

Discussion in 'Colorado Football Message Board' started by buffwoman526, Sep 11, 2010.

  1. buffwoman526

    buffwoman526 Club Member Club Member

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    Bobcats up 22-14.
     
  2. CarolinaBuff

    CarolinaBuff Weekend Poster Club Member

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    Yea I just saw that on the FSN update. They could be the 3rd I-AA team to beat a I-A team today.
     
  3. buffwoman526

    buffwoman526 Club Member Club Member

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    The talent gap appears to be closing between the not so hot I-A teams and I-AA teams. I'm sad to say the Buffs are in that category right now. :(

    EDIT: Maybe it is a coaching gap.
     
  4. MontanaBuff

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    The Bobcats are a good, but not great, Big Sky team this year.

    It would be a big win for MSU, but would be more of a statement about the quality of the WSU program in 2010. Wulff, who moved up the road from Eastern Washington (remember the scare they put into the Buffs in 2007), but has generated nothing since he got there.
     
  5. DesertDawg526

    DesertDawg526 Resident Dawg Club Member

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    WSU is worse than CSU, and it's not even close...
     
  6. MontanaBuff

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    23-22, Washington State - and it took not one, but two tipped passes for interceptions to do it.

    It was 22-20 after Washington State scored and missed on a two-point conversion. The Bobcats just needed to burn three minutes of clock, but a tipped pass was intercepted and returned to the MSU three yard line (and WSU still only got a field goal to go up by one).

    The second was at the WSU 20-yard line as the Bobcats were driving for the winning field goal.

    Tough loss for the Bobcats, but hardly a ringing endorsement of the Washington State program ... needing two picks to pull out a win at home against Montana State (sort of like CU v. Eastern Washington in 2008 :huh:)
     

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