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Baylor falls to Texas Tech on walk off field goal, 24-23

November 14, 2020
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LUBBOCK, Texas — In a game that the Bears controlled nearly start to finish, Baylor (1-5) fell to Texas Tech (3-5) Saturday on a walk off field goal by the Red Raiders, 24-23.

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Baylor falls to Texas Tech on walk off field goal, 24-23

1,161 Views | 6 Replies | Last: 8 days ago by TrustTheProcess
IowaBear
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Can anyone really defend starting Brewer anymore ? Honestly what reason is there to continue trotting him out there? I don't buy the thought it would cause dissection in the team. This team can respect the heck out of Charlie and still be open to changes that may better the TEAM
ImABearToo
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Guess Aranda & Company don't see the need to plan for next year by giving back ups live reps. They show up in the Spring and magically find the next QB. Pitiful excuse for a head coach.
“Life is short, eat desert first!”
summaryjudged
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Not sure if joking but Brewer is the only reason we were in this game.. he played great and like the fiery champion we've witnessed as he lead us to an 11 win season before. Charlie can go 0-11 and still deserve his spot, despite what ungrateful moron fans think. Charlie never takes a play off - he is the heart of the team and his team knows it. It's true whether or not the social media fans know it.
SIC EM 94
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Charlie has been an integral part in much of the success Baylor has had over the last couple of years. That being said, he has been more of a liability than an asset this season. That is not a knock on his heart, toughness, desire to win, leadership, etc...but 2 of his mistakes today were pretty much game changers. The interception when Baylor had just taken a 20-6 lead and control of the game, and not diving into the end zone where he got stuck at the goal line, were key to Tech pulling out the win. There were several other critical plays, or lack there of, by the defense, play calling by Fedora, and so forth...but Charlie has got to capitalize on what he can control. He didn't do it today, and he hasn't in several other games this year. Charlie wants Baylor to win games more than anything else. The coaches have had ample opportunity to give Zeno, or even Bohanon a shot, and for some inexplicable reason have failed to do so. This is a lost season, to not even give the other QB's at least a few series makes zero sense.
IowaBear
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summaryjudged said:

Not sure if joking but Brewer is the only reason we were in this game.. he played great and like the fiery champion we've witnessed as he lead us to an 11 win season before. Charlie can go 0-11 and still deserve his spot, despite what ungrateful moron fans think. Charlie never takes a play off - he is the heart of the team and his team knows it. It's true whether or not the social media fans know it.

I actually hope you're joking. The only reason we're in the game is because the defense continues to put the O in GREAT position only for Charlie an Co to crap themselves. He had like 110 passing yards. To say he's the only reason we were in the game is hilarious
TrustTheProcess
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Heck, the football team is so bad - the author of these articles are now resorting to using Baseball analogies in the article titles

Brewer needs to start the next home game. Get in a series - allow the fans to clap. But it's time to move on to the next season.
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