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Which Non-Con game is most important to win?

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Author Topic: Most Important Non-Con Game?  (Read 3406 times)

1SE

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Re: Most Important Non-Con Game?
« Reply #50 on: November 21, 2023, 01:37:30 AM »
1SE

There is one goal this season and no house money this year. The guys are in position to do something special and beating Kansas is another step towards the ultimate goal.

Yep, and I don't think Shaka's a "house money" kind of coach.

Tomorrow will be a hell of a test. But each win we get makes me want the next one more.
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Goose

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Re: Most Important Non-Con Game?
« Reply #51 on: November 21, 2023, 01:50:15 AM »
ISE

MU faithful has waited nearly a half of century for these type of games and it needs to be enjoyed and appreciated. Imo, these guys play like they have waited a lifetime to play in these type of games. I have no idea how far they go this year, but I would never bet against them.

IMO, there is not a team in the country that is looking forward to playing MU and that includes Kansas. I think tomorrow might be a special night for the program.

1SE

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Re: Most Important Non-Con Game?
« Reply #52 on: November 21, 2023, 01:57:54 AM »
ISE

MU faithful has waited nearly a half of century for these type of games and it needs to be enjoyed and appreciated. Imo, these guys play like they have waited a lifetime to play in these type of games. I have no idea how far they go this year, but I would never bet against them.

IMO, there is not a team in the country that is looking forward to playing MU and that includes Kansas. I think tomorrow might be a special night for the program.

While the Al era was before my time, 2003 was a special year.

But, what I love about now vs. then is that 2003 was a special year built around a very special player. Once he was gone so was the magic.

This team is built around a very special coach and programme. We have a legitimate shot at winning it all this year (like we, arguably, did in 2003). But unlike 2003, if we don't win it all this year I am fully convinced that there are going to be many more bites at the apple as long as Shaka is here.
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Re: Most Important Non-Con Game?
« Reply #53 on: November 21, 2023, 02:03:33 AM »
While the Al era was before my time, 2003 was a special year.

But, what I love about now vs. then is that 2003 was a special year built around a very special player. Once he was gone so was the magic.

This team is built around a very special coach and programme. We have a legitimate shot at winning it all this year (like we, arguably, did in 2003). But unlike 2003, if we don't win it all this year I am fully convinced that there are going to be many more bites at the apple as long as Shaka is here.

I'd love that to b the case.
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