A prime exmaple of how low RSFC has sunken

A prime exmaple of how low RSFC has sunken

Post by PeeteyJohns » Sat, 25 Sep 2004 12:10:05


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>[23 Sep 2004 18:37:31 GMT]

>:No one has yet to ask, "Why does Rice play Texas?"

>That question is one word too long.

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A prime exmaple of how low RSFC has sunken

Post by Bryan S. Slic » Sat, 25 Sep 2004 13:26:23


[Fri, 24 Sep 2004 02:26:09 GMT]

:> I'm glad you're not here... I'd have to smack ya for that one....
:>
:> and the Veal Sucks here....
:
:TRY THE OTHER END!!!1

TMML.. AL.

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A prime exmaple of how low RSFC has sunken

Post by Jonathan Sad » Sun, 26 Sep 2004 05:07:04


Quote:

> [23 Sep 2004 18:37:31 GMT]

> :No one has yet to ask, "Why does Rice play Texas?"

> That question is one word too long.

      Certainly, Horns baseball fans feel that way....

Jonathan Sadow

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A prime exmaple of how low RSFC has sunken

Post by Bryan S. Slic » Sun, 26 Sep 2004 06:27:44


[24 Sep 2004 13:07:04 -0700]



:> [23 Sep 2004 18:37:31 GMT]
:>
:> :No one has yet to ask, "Why does Rice play Texas?"
:>
:> That question is one word too long.
:
:      Certainly, Horns baseball fans feel that way....

Did I stumble into rec.sport.baseball.college and not realize it?

STAY ON TOPIC< BUDDY< OK?

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"To those who serve America, in any fashion,
 freedom has a flavor those who just sit by will never know."

 
 
 

A prime exmaple of how low RSFC has sunken

Post by David C. Tutt » Sun, 26 Sep 2004 06:44:40


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> :> :
> :> :No one has yet to ask, "Why does Rice play Texas?"
> :>
> :> That question is one word too long.
> :
> :      Certainly, Horns baseball fans feel that way....

> Did I stumble into rec.sport.baseball.college and not realize it?

> STAY ON TOPIC< BUDDY< OK?

Texas  3  7  0  7--17
Rice   9  3  0  7--19

   Rice--FG Huelsman 24
   Rice--Coston 33 pass from LaRocca (kick failed)
   Tex--FG Dawson 44
   Tex--E.Jackson 40 pass from Morenz (Dawson kick)
   Rice--FG Huelsman 33
   Rice--George 7 pass from LaRocca (Huelsman kick)
   Tex--Davis 14 pass from Morenz (Dawson kick)
   A--34,700.
                        Tex     Rice
First downs              14     16
Rushes-yards            22-16  61-207
Passing                 163     45
Return Yards             12     19
Comp-Att-Int          18-39-0   3-7-0
Punts                   7-36    6-39
Fumbles-Lost             1-1     3-2
Penalties-Yards         4-30    1-15
Time of Possession     20:49   39:11

INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS

RUSHING--Texas, Holmes 9-20, R.Walker 6-7, Kemp 1-(minus 2), Morenz
6-(minus 9). Rice, George 21-91, LaRocca 16-54, Coston 10-32, Callahan
8-30, Lee 4-3, Edmonds 2-(minus 3).

PASSING--Texas, Morenz 18-39-0-163. Rice, LaRocca 3-7-0-45.

RECEIVING--Texas, Davis 6-56, E.Jackson 3-58, Lucas 2-18, C.Jackson
2-26, Harrison 1-8, Wallace 1-6, Kemp 1-5, R.Walker 1-(minus 3), Holmes
1-(minus 11). Rice, Coston 1-33, George 1-7, Callahan 1-5.

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A prime exmaple of how low RSFC has sunken

Post by Daniel Serif » Sun, 26 Sep 2004 15:32:04

On Fri, 24 Sep 2004 16:44:40 -0500, David C. Tuttle wrote

Quote:




>>>>> No one has yet to ask, "Why does Rice play Texas?"

>>>> That question is one word too long.

>>> Certainly, Horns baseball fans feel that way....

>> Did I stumble into rec.sport.baseball.college and not realize it?

>> STAY ON TOPIC< BUDDY< OK?

> Texas  3  7  0  7--17
> Rice   9  3  0  7--19

>    Rice--FG Huelsman 24
>    Rice--Coston 33 pass from LaRocca (kick failed)
>    Tex--FG Dawson 44
>    Tex--E.Jackson 40 pass from Morenz (Dawson kick)
>    Rice--FG Huelsman 33
>    Rice--George 7 pass from LaRocca (Huelsman kick)
>    Tex--Davis 14 pass from Morenz (Dawson kick)
>    A--34,700.
>                         Tex     Rice
> First downs              14     16
> Rushes-yards            22-16  61-207
> Passing                 163     45
> Return Yards             12     19
> Comp-Att-Int          18-39-0   3-7-0
> Punts                   7-36    6-39
> Fumbles-Lost             1-1     3-2
> Penalties-Yards         4-30    1-15
> Time of Possession     20:49   39:11

> INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS

> RUSHING--Texas, Holmes 9-20, R.Walker 6-7, Kemp 1-(minus 2), Morenz
> 6-(minus 9). Rice, George 21-91, LaRocca 16-54, Coston 10-32, Callahan
> 8-30, Lee 4-3, Edmonds 2-(minus 3).

> PASSING--Texas, Morenz 18-39-0-163. Rice, LaRocca 3-7-0-45.

> RECEIVING--Texas, Davis 6-56, E.Jackson 3-58, Lucas 2-18, C.Jackson
> 2-26, Harrison 1-8, Wallace 1-6, Kemp 1-5, R.Walker 1-(minus 3), Holmes
> 1-(minus 11). Rice, Coston 1-33, George 1-7, Callahan 1-5.

I'm pretty sure this never happened. ($1)

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