Prediction, Don’t ignore History

(Will) #1


Those who ignore history are doomed to repeat it.

(zx504) #2

I love those giant shoulder pads.

You could see the disgust on the Tech coaches face at the end of the game as we continued to pile it on.
Jenkins took a lot of heat for being unsportsmanlike in those situations (not taking a knee on 4th down when the game was over).

“51 points most ever scored against Tech” - let’s break that record!!


Indeed - do them a favor; help them to forget!

(PortlandCoog) #4

Watched this last night. Thanks for posting. Spoooooooooooooooooon!


You tube took the video down for copyright infringement. Dang.

(PortlandCoog) #6

Wow. 5am CST it was still up. Surprised they would still protect this content.

(Will) #7

Must of been som me texas tech loser complaining
Its been up for years


(Will) #9

back up

(zx504) #10

Other than Klingler under center rolling left or right on every play except the dive, a lot of the bunches, formations, spread and splits look very similar to the Briles offense. The running game was critical. The shuffle pass was essentially a middle of field bubble screen.

I think Roman Anderson became the UH all time scoring leader during those years. (Lots and lots of PATs and FGs.)

(Chris) #11

Brown was 10:2 in the 100M. The Run N Shoot was an amazing treat.
Thank you, thank you Mr. John Jenkins
Dikes face says it all.