Remember The Alamo (Bowl)

The Alamo Bowl is tonight?

It really snuck up fast and just shows there really wasn’t much more season involved if USC played in the game.

But the power brokers (Mike Bohn/Clay Helton) saw it as a no-win scenario especially with Kedon Slovis, Amon-Ra St. Brown and Alijah Vera-Tucker out.

Plus the game actually means something to Texas, where Tom Herman is hungry for any win he can get.

It still would have been nice to have a bowl matchup between two well-known programs. Even if they are far from where they should be. At least Colorado is happy to be in San Antonio.

4 thoughts on “Remember The Alamo (Bowl)

  1. SC turned into UGLY, a pussy scared school. SC would never turn down a bowl game unless Helton is in charge. Well, the problem is, he is. That would have been a good match up, SC vs. Texas. But knowing Helton and how he has the team, “Prepared”, he would have lost by 28 points. The ship is sinking around him and all he says is that the fish are getting larger. I hope Helton goes 6-6 next year. Let us see what Bohn will do.

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    1. You are an UGLY, pussy scared person. You little bitch ass punk! I will gladly drive down the 210 fwy and kick your little faggot ass.


  2. Wishful thinking, I can wait until next year as in the beginning of 2021. Hopefully, Helton will be canned right after bowl season or after the next recruiting signing day. We can only hope right now.🤞


  3. Well…..this was supposed to be a football game between one of the better pac 12 teams (Colorado) vs an ok big 12 team(Texass).
    Thru 1st quarter its looking like Oregon St vs Obama.


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