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October 9, 2021
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582 Views | 5 Replies | Last: 10 days ago by Swamp_Thing
Mark Wheeler
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This is a weak one. I don't see really any national or regional writers or even former players really talking about it.

Most people were watching the other two instant classics being played at noon (Ole Miss-Ark and Tex-Oklahoma) instead of this blowout.
Swamp_Thing
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Mark Wheeler said:

This is a weak one. I don't see really any national or regional writers or even former players really talking about it.

Most people were watching the other two instant classics being played at noon (Ole Miss-Ark and Tex-Oklahoma) instead of this blowout.


That's what happens when you become irrelevant.
Mark Wheeler
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Swamp_Thing said:

Mark Wheeler said:

This is a weak one. I don't see really any national or regional writers or even former players really talking about it.

Most people were watching the other two instant classics being played at noon (Ole Miss-Ark and Tex-Oklahoma) instead of this blowout.


That's what happens when you become irrelevant.
It's noon, against Vanderbilt and to be honest, there were just more compelling games on.

That might be the best Saturday of college football in who knows how long. Even the noon games, which are normally at the bottom of the viewing pecking order, had two incredible games.

I actually had to go back and rewatch the UF game this morning because I feel like I missed too much of it while checking in on the other two.
Bulldog1987
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Swamp_Thing said:

Mark Wheeler said:

This is a weak one. I don't see really any national or regional writers or even former players really talking about it.

Most people were watching the other two instant classics being played at noon (Ole Miss-Ark and Tex-Oklahoma) instead of this blowout.


That's what happens when you become irrelevant.
like you
Swamp_Thing
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Bulldog1987 said:

Swamp_Thing said:

Mark Wheeler said:

This is a weak one. I don't see really any national or regional writers or even former players really talking about it.

Most people were watching the other two instant classics being played at noon (Ole Miss-Ark and Tex-Oklahoma) instead of this blowout.


That's what happens when you become irrelevant.
like you


But you comment on most of my posts, making me even that much more relevant.
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