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  • CANES!!!!! (What a week for comebacks!)

    Sunday...

    Rams down 24-7 at the half to Seattle... and come back to win 34-27!

    Thursday...

    UMiami down 24-7 at the half to Louisville... and come back to win 41-38!

    Un-freakin-believable!!!!!

    What a week!!!

    GO RAMS!!!!!
    GO CANES!!!!!
    Last edited by AvengerRam_old; -10-17-2004, 07:43 AM.

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    Re: CANES!!!!! (What a week for comebacks!)

    that was a helluva game. I would have liked to see Louisville pull it off, but they didn't. Brock Berlin certainly needs some consistency.

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      It starts at the top...

      THE OWNER
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      THE FRONT OFFICE
      Manned by individuals who know the
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      nothing. Their talents are in business,
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      THE COACHING STAFF
      You get what you pay for. Pay for top notch
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      Towelie
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