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Boston’s INT return lifts MSU past Crookston

October 27, 2013

CROOKSTON, Minn....

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MSUFan4ever

Oct-27-13 2:01 PM

First I need to apologize for spelling some the kids name wrong last week. Congrats to the team on the win. Secondly to My Voice. Financially the college has the funds, its just a matter on how they choose to use them. As for the game lets give props to the team for not dropping their heads and fighting until the end. If they continue to do that it could be a starting base for next year. Cunha did a great job. He was sacked 5 + times but did not throw any INT's. ladeux's catch over the middle was excellent for the score. Smart putting him on KOR as he has speed. Broom played great. Mustipher looked good & looks to be a great find. Unfortunately it is very noticeable that the OL is struggling. Anyway small plays kept the ball moving. Great job Beavers.

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Myvoiceisheard

Oct-27-13 11:03 AM

Like I told you last week , I want to see how we stand financially with the rest of the league in terms of actual scholarships. The record indicates that there is a lack of caring and interest among the players. I say its time to bring in players that want to make a difference!!

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CanOurVoicesBeHeard

Oct-27-13 10:34 AM

Sounds like Boston saved the coaching staff for another week. Like I said last week the talent seems to be there but there still lacking the right tools to win. Good job defense! MSU super fan forever!

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