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    Quote Originally Posted by ragin2112cajun View Post
    For "our" fans that made the trip whats the estimated # Cajun fans in stadium???
    I would say about a thousand. Did anyone hear the announced attendance for the game? I would estimate them to have had about 14,000 plus our one for 15,000 & maybe some change.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Turbine View Post
    The difference in this game was the wind.

    'Picks' throwing into the wind.

    'Overthrows' with the wind.

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    yea the wind sucked...and affected big on punts too

    But stAte played in the same wind we did....sigh
    can't wait for the bowl game!

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    Default Re: In-Game Thread: UL (21) vs. stAte (30) Final

    Quote Originally Posted by RaginCajun77 View Post
    Defense played hard all night, Offensive line got flat out beat repeatedly, Masson's interception killed a good drive and killed the momentum we seemed to be building.

    -I posted on another thread

    DID YOU SEE PEE WEE in the flat ????? he just came across my screen and then the throw and the pick to our one and their 3 guys!!!!


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    Default Re: In-Game Thread: UL (21) vs. stAte (30) Final

    Yeah Chris Masson made a huge bonehead play on that throw.


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    Quote Originally Posted by raginsaints View Post
    Yeah Chris Masson made a huge bonehead play on that throw.
    No doubt! IMO that turnover was the most costly. Chris knows better and I know he is upset with himself.

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    Default Re: In-Game Thread: UL (21) vs. stAte (30) Final

    Announced attendance was just over 20G


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    Default Re: In-Game Thread: UL (21) vs. stAte (30) Final

    Quote Originally Posted by cjr3888 View Post
    Announced attendance was just over 20G
    That sounds about right.

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    Default Re: In-Game Thread: UL (21) vs. stAte (30) Final

    I hope no one is thinking of putting this Los on Masson. If his pick hadn't come after 4 other turnovers, we would probably have been up by 2 touchdowns and it wouldn't have been so costly. This loss was a TEAM effort.

    Oh, yeah, and we lost with black helmets. They suck!


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    Default Re: In-Game Thread: UL (21) vs. stAte (30) Final

    And I almost forgot...we can (and I think we WILL) beat Arizona!

    Go Cajuns!!


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    Default Re: In-Game Thread: UL (21) vs. stAte (30) Final

    Quote Originally Posted by CajunRed View Post
    I hope no one is thinking of putting this Los on Masson. If his pick hadn't come after 4 other turnovers, we would probably have been up by 2 touchdowns and it wouldn't have been so costly. This loss was a TEAM effort.

    Oh, yeah, and we lost with black helmets. They suck!
    I don't think anyone is putting the loss on Masson BUT his turnover was the most costly. The team was able to rebound after the previous Int's and we had the lead at that point and were pushing to extend that lead by a minimum of 3 points if not a TD. It was also a 2nd half turnover that absolutely killed our momentum and deflated the team. Is the loss on Masson? Maybe not. Was his Turnover the most crucial and a back breaker? Yep......

    As a senior, you don't make that throw. It's a terrible decision and we were within field goal range. He had Green in the flat and while he was somewhat covered, he could have made a catch and gotten a few yards with little risk.

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    Default Re: In-Game Thread: UL (21) vs. stAte (30) Final

    We didn't adjust to the wind. stAte did.


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    Default Re: In-Game Thread: UL (21) vs. stAte (30) Final

    Quote Originally Posted by CajunRed View Post
    And I almost forgot...we can (and I think we WILL) beat Arizona!

    Go Cajuns!!
    Their record may be terrible but we can't run the football. Their passing game is one of the best in the country (I know that sounds stupid but look up the stats ) and they are a BCS team with BCS athletes. At least we get a bye week before to heal up and rest but I do not think we take this. We haven't been able to do anything on the D-Line in about a month and I don't think we have the firepower to keep up with them. It could be an entertaining game to watch though.

    I don't think we walk out of there with a win with how we've been playing on the Ol and DL but it may be interesting

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    Default Re: In-Game Thread: UL (21) vs. stAte (30) Final

    Quote Originally Posted by Turbine View Post
    We didn't adjust to the wind. stAte did.
    Good point. Blaine actually looked a bit flustered in this game. Throwing when he wasn't set and just setting the ball up in the wind. Not sure that was smart. Aplin's passes were all bullets under the wind to underneath routes or intermediate routes and he never threw the ball while he wasn't set. Blaine just looked a little flustered and I'm not sure if the pressure was getting to his timing.

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    Default Re: In-Game Thread: UL (21) vs. stAte (30) Final

    Quote Originally Posted by Turbine View Post
    We didn't adjust to the wind. stAte did.
    I agree. We were getting open on the long routes, but Gautier was lofting up high, arching passes that kept getting caught up in the wind. I hate to keep harping on Masson, but his pick had absolutely nothing to do with the wind. Also, I know it probably wouldn't have made a difference anyway, but we were playing that last drive like it was the middle of the 2nd quarter instead of being under 3 minutes to go.

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