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    Clemson Defensive Linemen Breathing Oxygen on Bench

    Did anyone else notice the Clemson defensive linemen breathing oxygen when not in the game, while the Bama defensive linemen did not appear (at least on TV) to be doing so? Do you think this was an administrative oversight by our staff? Or did I just miss something?

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    Re: Clemson Defensive Linemen Breathing Oxygen on Bench

    I'm pretty sure our players were breathing oxygen also..

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    Re: Clemson Defensive Linemen Breathing Oxygen on Bench

    Quote Originally Posted by BearFan View Post
    Did anyone else notice the Clemson defensive linemen breathing oxygen when not in the game, while the Bama defensive linemen did not appear (at least on TV) to be doing so? Do you think this was an administrative oversight by our staff? Or did I just miss something?
    I didn't know Santa Clara had high humidity.....so I'm guessing they were breathing in whatever got the other guys suspended
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    Re: Clemson Defensive Linemen Breathing Oxygen on Bench

    Quote Originally Posted by BearFan View Post
    Did anyone else notice the Clemson defensive linemen breathing oxygen when not in the game, while the Bama defensive linemen did not appear (at least on TV) to be doing so? Do you think this was an administrative oversight by our staff? Or did I just miss something?
    our players use it all the time...unless you are Josh Jacobs and he doesn't need any

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    Re: Clemson Defensive Linemen Breathing Oxygen on Bench

    Quote Originally Posted by CajunCrimson View Post
    I didn't know Santa Clara had high humidity.....so I'm guessing they were breathing in whatever got the other guys suspended
    It was a mist from deer antler spray, haha.

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    Re: Clemson Defensive Linemen Breathing Oxygen on Bench

    Quote Originally Posted by runtheoption22 View Post
    our players use it all the time...unless you are Josh Jacobs and he doesn't need any
    In an average living room there are 1,242 objects Josh Jacobs could use to kill you, including the room itself.
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    Re: Clemson Defensive Linemen Breathing Oxygen on Bench

    Quote Originally Posted by CajunCrimson View Post
    In an average living room there are 1,242 objects Josh Jacobs could use to kill you, including the room itself.
    Josh Jacobs can hit you so hard that he can actually alter your DNA. Decades from now your descendants will occasionally clutch their heads and yell "What The Hell was That?".
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    Re: Clemson Defensive Linemen Breathing Oxygen on Bench

    Quote Originally Posted by CajunCrimson View Post
    Josh Jacobs can hit you so hard that he can actually alter your DNA. Decades from now your descendants will occasionally clutch their heads and yell "What The Hell was That?".
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    Re: Clemson Defensive Linemen Breathing Oxygen on Bench

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    Don't mess with the Baby Rhino
    Man, I sure wish we had Josh for another year, but I wish him all the best in his NFL career. He can be a do anything player for some team.

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    Re: Clemson Defensive Linemen Breathing Oxygen on Bench

    I think they infused them all with an extra pint of blood before the game also.

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    Re: Clemson Defensive Linemen Breathing Oxygen on Bench

    Q hit it every time he went to the sideline...
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    Re: Clemson Defensive Linemen Breathing Oxygen on Bench

    Im sure they were fine after the game.

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    Re: Clemson Defensive Linemen Breathing Oxygen on Bench

    Bama had their DL on the ropes mid-way through the second quarter - the running game was essentially hammering them with body blows - then the play calling got 'cute' with silly misdirections and unnecessary pass plays and the offense faltered, which allowed them to make it to half time / recovery.

    A lot of things had to go differently for Bama to win that game, but the offensive play-calling was some of the most head-scratching I've ever seen.
    Last edited by crimsonaudio; January 31st, 2019 at 08:04 AM. Reason: oops, meant quarter, not half
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