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Talking about your logic that a team isn't at someone's level because they take a loss to them

 

I didn't say that either.

 

Columbia got embarrassed. Not just any loss. An embarrassment at home in a state semifinal.

 

A three touchdown loss to a bad team.

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I continue to say the game being at home didn't mean nothing or benefit us in any way

 

You can continue to say something silly. Go for it.

 

You lost by 19 points to a crappy team.

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That ain't Silly and i have facts to back it up

 

Our record since 2013 has been better on the road then at home

 

6 losses at home

 

5 on road

 

Home field is an advantage, period. Especially in the state semifinal.

 

Not just because of crowd noise.

 

The fact that they can't protect their home field is more proof that they're not any good.

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You know nothing about the Columbia program

 

You are used to a team basically handed a championship on a silver platter

 

I guarantee you if we had all the talent handed to us that sta has we would pulverize you

IDK about that, and Handed ?. STA isn't handed transfers. They all have to go through enrollment plan like every other student.

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Home field is an advantage, period. Especially in the state semifinal.

 

Not just because of crowd noise.

 

The fact that they can't protect their home field is more proof that they're not any good.

If the crowd is not into a game please explain how it a advantage?

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If the crowd is not into a game please explain how it a advantage?

 

No travel. Playing in familiar surroundings. Going through the normal pregame routine.

 

Good teams defend home field.

 

Teams like Columbia don't.

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oh so you saying teams go blindly when preparing for a road game? 

 

Amazing

 

No. I'm saying you're stupid for not understanding a single word that I typed.

 

You are literally too stupid to understand unwritten context.

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Yup and i hear Viera supposed to be like the 2015 team

I know they should have a couple solid incoming freshmen and most likely some transfers. I know the defense should still be solid and they return their qb from last year

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