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  1. jczxohn1

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    Unremarked by anyone has been the performance of Miami's O-line. I was at the game (first time in 28 yrs) and was really surprised at how well they played, particularly in pass defense. From all that was said the past week, I expected our D to put a lot more pressure on Harrington. Comments?
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    The problem was not the O-line. It was Culpepper.
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    Miami's line out played our D line today. We should have dominated them all 60 minutes.
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    I dont know, i think Cpep made his Oline look terrible. With a quarterback actually getting rid of the ball quick, the Oline was able to get into rhythm.
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    I agree; we seemed to get pretty close to Harrington quite a bit last night, but he got the ball away. I've not seen masses of the Fins this season, but it sounds like Culpepper was holding on just that bit long and getting killed. First half in particular, I thought Joey looked OK.

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