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Breaking down SFA's looming battle with SMU - Purple Lights Podcast

August 28, 2017

Purple Lights is the only podcast dedicated to coverage of all things Stephen F. Austin Lumberjacks. With Richard Boyer and Isaac Niedrauer behind the microphones and with Mark Friedman (of Dallas-Ft. Worth sports talk fame) in the FreidoNation studio, our show is a must-listen for the most passionate of Lumberjacks. Be sure to subscribe to our iTunes page (click here), or download each episode right here from our website.

EPISODE XVII - August 28th, 2017 -

It's football game week! The crew breaks down the looming battle between the Lumberjacks of Stephen F. Austin and Mustangs of SMU in our game preview episode of Purple Lights. Jesse Carr of SMU's The Stable also joins the show to shed light on this matchup from the SMU perspective.

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Breaking down SFA's looming battle with SMU - Purple Lights Podcast

5,364 Views | 2 Replies | Last: 6 yr ago by SFASawmillGuy
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What's the line on this game? If we have a shot at beating an FBS opponent, most years it's gonna be SMU.
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I think that makes the Sawyer injury so much more painful, because we did have a chance to keep up with SMU. If we get a good showing out of Blumrick maybe we still have a chance.
But I do like this schedule choice. I don't like us opening up against Big 12 powerhouses and just getting ourselves hurt, but playing sun belt, C-USA, or WAC opponents helps us out a lot more I think. It makes it a lot more manageable for an upset and since we're playing down to a skill level closer to us we have less of a chance of getting hurt.
Sure it's nice being in national tv in that opener, but losing by 60 is never nice.
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