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...

Way to be, fellas.
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They just rubbing it in on the other team. Fixing to beat you suckers.
Reply50 months
Nothing wrong with practicing the victory formation. Better than standing on the sidelines.
Reply50 months
Not your best day, Larry.
Reply50 months
sorry...you do realize they work out of the shotgun and probably needed to take a few under center?
Reply50 months
you do realize the work out of the shotgun for probably needed to take a few under center?
Reply50 months
Larry, what does "Way to be, fellas" mean? Can you open your heart and pour it on our poor souls?
Reply50 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.
50 months
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