Cincinnati-West Virginia Preview

Cincinnati-West Virginia Preview

There are 3 comments on the Fox Sports story from Nov 4, 2008, titled Cincinnati-West Virginia Preview. In it, Fox Sports reports that:

West Virginia's Pat White has been one of the most durable quarterbacks in the nation.

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touchdowndog

Grove City, OH

#1 Nov 4, 2008
cinti has a good team. wvu must bring the hosses',studs,and the boss,pat white. hopefully,the wvu defense will do it usually great work and give the offense to find cracks in the cinti defense..no predictions,but i think wvu will eventually win the game.
Cookie Cincy fan

Cincinnati, OH

#2 Nov 6, 2008
I think Cincinnati is going to when by 10. They have a really good defense and their only losses came from one really good team in Oklahoma and one decent team in UCONN. Cincy has a tough defense that will be all over Pat White and Noel Devine. The reason that Cincy lost the UConn game is that it was Pike's first game back and was still a little nervous. If you saw what he did versus South Flordia, you know he is back. He came in the season as a second stringer, but he a stronger arm than Grutza and makes better decisions. If Grutza was that good he could have kept his starting job last year instead of losing it to Ben Mauk. I feel kind of bad for him though because he loses his job to a guy with a mest up arm then he finally gets to start again and breaks his leg. Back to the topic Cincy is going to prepare all week for Pat White's running attack and we don't have to worry too much about him throwing the ball because he doesn't have a very good arm. Noel Devine will be hard to stop, but we have a very good run defense.
touchdowndog

Grove City, OH

#3 Nov 6, 2008
Cookie Cincy fan wrote:
I think Cincinnati is going to when by 10. They have a really good defense and their only losses came from one really good team in Oklahoma and one decent team in UCONN. Cincy has a tough defense that will be all over Pat White and Noel Devine. The reason that Cincy lost the UConn game is that it was Pike's first game back and was still a little nervous. If you saw what he did versus South Flordia, you know he is back. He came in the season as a second stringer, but he a stronger arm than Grutza and makes better decisions. If Grutza was that good he could have kept his starting job last year instead of losing it to Ben Mauk. I feel kind of bad for him though because he loses his job to a guy with a mest up arm then he finally gets to start again and breaks his leg. Back to the topic Cincy is going to prepare all week for Pat White's running attack and we don't have to worry too much about him throwing the ball because he doesn't have a very good arm. Noel Devine will be hard to stop, but we have a very good run defense.
glad you root for your team. but you seem to over-rate the quality of your team...good luck sat.night

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