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Football, Championship, Super Heros

Really not much to say about the KU game except we played a complete game for the second week in a row and dominated a game that certainly could have been a trap game. One gif pretty much sums up the entire game:

Moving on, what a great honor was bestowed upon our Bears as we had 9 players selected to the Big 12 first and second All Conference teams. We also had the Defensive Player of the Year and the Coach of the Year. To celebrate the selections, I’m going to assign each honoree a Super Hero:

James Lynch is the most dominate DL in the Big 12 and one of the most dominate in the country. He’s indestructible, super strong, and can’t be stopped so he is our Superman:

Fellow 1st Team D Lineman, Bravvion Roy is an immovable force and treats opposing teams with disdain. He is our Hulk:

1st Team WR Denzel Mims gets great elevation and once he’s past a defender, he’s gone. He is our Flash:

2nd Team Fullback, Koby Bullard, really opens up the running lanes for our stable of backs. He is our X-Men Juggernaut:

2nd Team OL Sam Tecklenburg is excellent at destroying the defense the line. He is our Dax the Destroyer:

Btw, the above gif is a legal block as the hands are inside the shoulder pads.

2nd Team LB is our very own Team Captain, Clay Johnston, who keeps us focused and organized by leading on and off the field. He is our Captain America:

Fellow 2nd Team LB, Terrel Bernard is versatile, fast, strong, and creating havoc all over the field. And when our Captain America (Clay) went down, he stepped right in and didn’t miss a beat. He is our Black Panther:

2nd Team DB, Grayland Arnold is quick, always in the right position, a ball thief, and has a nasty streak. He is our Rocket:

Fellow 2nd Team DB, Chris Miller is lethal, has no fear, definitely plays mean, and is feared by opposing ball carriers. He is our Batman:

Last but not least, the Big 12 Conference Coach of the Year Matt Rhule. Coach Rhule is a genius in player development and game planning. He is committed to discipline, doing the little things right, and keeping our team focused 1-0. His approach is always a team approach, but also developing young men. Coach Rhule is our Professor Charles Xaiver:

Now for what you’ve been waiting for, my bold Big 12 Championship prediction. Before I share that, this might be a good time to remind you that I predict 11-1 and a Big 12 Championship Berth before the season began. The only loss I had down was OU. Ok enough of that, here is my prediction for the game tomorrow:

That’s right, BU over OU. Our guys are relaxed and focused. They have a chip on their shoulder not because of the way they lost the last game, but because of how they lost focus. They are confident and know they can play with OU. I actually think it’s going to be a mini route.

Hope to see y’all at AT&T tomorrow. If so, come up and say “hi”.