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Cue The Crying Child...

And just like that, the 2009 football season is over.

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  1. # Blogger Matt

    Have a good off-season, crying child. I look forward to seeing less of you next season. And that's not a clever way of saying "good luck with your weight loss efforts."

    "Orange Empire" (does anyone really use that term to describe SU fans?) seems to think things are looking up, and I feel like the optimism isn't misguided this time. I think we've got talent at the skill positions - definitely at RB, but I think Sales and Lemon could be pretty good at WR too. Plus it wasn't too long ago that everyone was clamoring for Nassib to take over the starting job after seeing his extra-zippy balls (wait, that came out wrong) against WVU.

    And ironically - since G-Rob was supposedly a defensive specialist - everyone seems to agree our defense looked much better this year.

    HCDM seems to have a much better handle on the recruiting game, so I look forward to seeing what kind of class he brings in.

    'Til next year, crying child!  

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