Monthly Archives: November 2009

Great Finishes

by Tommy Lawlor Kentucky and Tennessee went to OT.  The Wildcats missed a FG.  Vols RB Montario Hardestry, who had a great game, ran up the middle for a TD to win the game.  Great effort by UK.  They might … Continue reading

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Great Night of Games

The final regular season Saturday was very disappointing early, but there are some great games going on tonight. Kentucky and Tennessee just started OT. ND and Stanford are in a shootout. UGa And Ga Tech are back and forth. LSU … Continue reading

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Couple of Things

New college notes are posted on the front of the site: http://www.scoutsnotebook.com/   MNF I hope plenty of you were able to watch the HOU/TEN game on Monday night.  That was a lot of fun.  Vince Young played well and … Continue reading

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Wild Sunday

by Tommy Lawlor DAL 7 , WAS 6 — Washington outplayed Dallas much of the game.  They led 6-0 late in the 4th Qtr and were on the move.  The drive stalled and they had to settle for a long … Continue reading

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Saturday Wrap

by Tommy Lawlor Great day of games.  Days like this remind me why I love college football so much.  You don’t need to be a fan of a particular team to enjoy the games.  You get caught up in the … Continue reading

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Some Saturday Stuff

by Tommy Lawlor, http://www.ScoutsNotebook.com Irish go down in OT — UConn went to South Bend and beat ND 33-30 in OT.  No shame in losing to a tough UConn team.  The only thing that Irish fans should be ticked off … Continue reading

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Pete Carroll is Smart

Remember all the hub-bub last year when Pete Carroll tried to keep QB Mark Sanchez from going pro?  People got all over Pete.  They thought he should have been more supportive of his guy going pro.  Pete knew two things:  … Continue reading

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A Different Look at the Heisman Race

http://www.huffingtonpost.com/tommy-lawlor/heisman-minus-the-hype_b_354923.html Take away the hype and judge things solely on 2009…you get a completely different outlook on things.

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Thursday Night Thoughts

I started watching the USF/Rutgers game.  South Florida was awful tonight and that game was painful to watch.  Neither team is all that good.  Both teams seemed to bring out the worst in each other.  Rutgers won going away.  Final … Continue reading

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Notes Posted

College and NFL notes are up on the site.  http://www.scoutsnotebook.com   Don’t forget that Thursday night is the debut of Thursday games on the NFL Network.  I’m looking forward to SF/CHI.  The Niners are fun to watch because of how … Continue reading

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