When you're not used to winning a football game, you have to make sure you know the fundamentals of winning. Like taking a knee. On Thursday night, UConn's QB Bryant Shirreffs and center Ryan Crozier were diligently working on that skill on the sideline to secure their 27-20 win over Holy Cross...
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Way to be, fellas.
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TexasTiger8983 months
They just rubbing it in on the other team. Fixing to beat you suckers.
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foshizzle83 months
Nothing wrong with practicing the victory formation. Better than standing on the sidelines.
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Amazing Moves83 months
Not your best day, Larry.
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Geaux9999983 months do realize they work out of the shotgun and probably needed to take a few under center?
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Geaux9999983 months
you do realize the work out of the shotgun for probably needed to take a few under center?
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saint tiger22583 months
Larry, what does "Way to be, fellas" mean? Can you open your heart and pour it on our poor souls?
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Teddy Ruxpin83 months
You have to say it in a way Larry understands. "Can you open your heart and poor it on our pour souls?" There ya go.
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