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    Default SDSU Post Game Thoughts

    1) Easton Stick, still the best QB in the FCS. Now the greatest QB in Bison history. Give him the Payton.
    2) More on Stick, when we struggled he put the team on his back and ran hard. Everyone followed his lead and SDSU was done long before the score reflected it. 10+ yards per carry I believe? Unreal.
    3) Cox was a monster in this game. The way he closed the gap to put Christion on his back was amazing. He has potential to be the best of all time as well.
    4) Unfocused or over emotional? A lot of penalties coupled with some terrible refs.
    5) Congrats to the Bunnies on another great season. You'll most likely get to relive this again next year.
    6) This never gets old.
    HORNS UP! HAWKEYES DOWN!

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    Default Re: SDSU Post Game Thoughts

    Really was hoping we'd go for that last TD after the interception, but that's not Klieman.

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    Default Re: SDSU Post Game Thoughts

    Quote Originally Posted by Kevin View Post
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    6) This never gets old.
    Disagree with the terrible refs comment...the false starts stunk but were real.

    THIS NEVER GETS OLD!!! Awesome play by the BISON!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by DakotaOkie View Post
    Disagree with the terrible refs comment...the false starts stunk but were real.

    THIS NEVER GETS OLD!!! Awesome play by the BISON!!
    False starts were legit.

    They just were really selective with everything else from holds to blocks in the back to PI's.

    Thankfully they weren't in a position to matter.
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    Default Re: SDSU Post Game Thoughts

    Easton Flippin' Stick.
    As satisfying a win as any during The Run, what with all that happened this week.
    So glad we never have to play TC again.

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    Quote Originally Posted by DCinOK View Post
    Easton Flippin' Stick.
    As satisfying a win as any during The Run, what with all that happened this week.
    So glad we never have to play TC again.
    But that RB Strong kid is gonna give us fits the next 3 years
    Stand your ground, have a tough hide, roam wild and free, have a strong spirit, let the chips fall where they may.

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    Default Re: SDSU Post Game Thoughts

    Winningest qb in FCS history:
    Brock Jensen
    Easton Stick
    "North Dakota State is a big part of the fabric of college football right now."
    "North Dakota State is alive on the college football map."
    -Lee Fitting ESPN

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    Default Re: SDSU Post Game Thoughts

    Quote Originally Posted by CalBison97 View Post
    But that RB Strong kid is gonna give us fits the next 3 years
    For sure...he's really impressive.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bison03 View Post
    Winningest qb in FCS history:
    Brock Jensen
    Easton Stick
    Isnít it all of D1?
    Stand your ground, have a tough hide, roam wild and free, have a strong spirit, let the chips fall where they may.

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    Default Re: SDSU Post Game Thoughts

    Quote Originally Posted by CalBison97 View Post
    But that RB Strong kid is gonna give us fits the next 3 years
    He was legit. What's SDSU look like at the QB position?

    If they become remotely one dimensional Strong would be easier to scheme for. It seemed like a lot of those long runs were off tackle when we were trying not to get burned on the back end. Then when we started selling out on the corners they hit that option up the seam. Could have been really nasty if they'd been able to find a rhythm like that.
    HORNS UP! HAWKEYES DOWN!

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