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Deathofthebambino

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This Oklahoma/TTU game is extremely entertaining.
Would be even better if Tech's starting QB didn't get hurt and wasn't able to come back out for the 2nd half. Very strange too, nobody really knows what he hurt, and they showed him trying to warm up at halftime, and then he just threw off his helmet, and took a knee and you could tell he was hurting in some way.
 

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Would be even better if Tech's starting QB didn't get hurt and wasn't able to come back out for the 2nd half. Very strange too, nobody really knows what he hurt, and they showed him trying to warm up at halftime, and then he just threw off his helmet, and took a knee and you could tell he was hurting in some way.
They showed one hit he took in the first half that may have been the culprit, but it is a bit mysterious.

Texas Tech just scored, went for 2, and it was picked and run back for 2 for OK. This is fun
 

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Texas Tech should have tried to bounce it and force a return
 

Deathofthebambino

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Only chance Tech had was to let them score there. Need to score quick, get the onside and score again.
 

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Harbaugh with a BS challenge of a completion to preserve shutout with 3 minutes left in 42 -0 game.

Happily the shutout was broken.
I understand that Harbaugh is a polarizing figure, and his actions are absolutely a reflection of who he is.

That said, his actions were directly related to the ending of last year's game, when PSU and their coaches were chirping from the sidelines late in the second half and then stopped the clock with seconds remaining so they could take another shot at the end zone up 42-13. (Of course, Penn State fans will claim that last year was payback for the prior year's blowout loss in Ann Arbor.)

This sort of back and forth is how rivalries work. I have zero problem with any of it.
 

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I understand that Harbaugh is a polarizing figure, and his actions are absolutely a reflection of who he is.

That said, his actions were directly related to the ending of last year's game, when PSU and their coaches were chirping from the sidelines late in the second half and then stopped the clock with seconds remaining so they could take another shot at the end zone up 42-13. (Of course, Penn State fans will claim that last year was payback for the prior year's blowout loss in Ann Arbor.)

This sort of back and forth is how rivalries work. I have zero problem with any of it.
I am not surprised.

Franklin has done a phenomenal job at Penn State but his a-hole grade seems through the roof.