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SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 8, 2012

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Bulldogs’ bite may match bark // 6 //////////////////////////////////////

Travis Bush steps up to lead offense // 7 //////////////////////////////////////////

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CARDIAC COOGS One year ago across state lines, the Cougars completed the most improbable comeback in program history


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When the bright lights of Robertson Stadium faded Saturday night, Houston hoped the old adage, “it’s always darkest before the dawn,” would hold true. UH saw several dark moments in its 30-13 loss to Texas State and the aftermath served equally as dim with the resignation of offensive Andrew coordinator Mike Pate Nesbitt. “The sun came up this morning and the sun came up Sunday morning,” said redshirt senior defensive back Chris Cermin. “You just kind of learn and burn. You watch the film, you see what your mistakes are and you correct them.” The Cougars combated disappointment with determination as the week moved forward, believing they were better than what was shown. “Don’t believe that’s how we play,” said redshirt sophomore quarterback David Piland. “It’s the University of Houston and you should want to come out to every game because it will be that fun to watch.

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If there’s someone on the wall about whether or not this is that team — this is that team — and we’ll make a believer out of you this Saturday for sure.” The Cougars have a chance to redeem themselves against a strong and experienced Louisiana Tech squad tonight — a program that pushed UH to the brink of its first loss before Houston stormed back from a 34-7 deficit for a one point victory in Ruston, La. last season. “They’re a veteran team and they’re similar to us on the offensive line with a lot of veterans back,” said head coach Tony Levine. “They’rwe a great team offensively and they’re really sound and aggressive defensively.” A win over the Bulldogs — a potential Bowl Championship Series buster — would be the equivalent of throwing gasoline on the flame that is scarcely flickering and would ignite faith in a team with a long season ahead. “We’ve got high expectations for our program,” Levine said. “You don’t judge a program, a team, on one opportunity. You want to look back at the end of the season then you’ll have a feel how the year went.”

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What’s in a name? One year ago, on the brink of their first loss trailing 34-7, the cardiac, comeback Cougars lived up to their billing

In a game for the ages, quarterback Case Keenum helped lead the Cougars to 28 straight points over a quarter and a half capping the largest comeback in UH history. | File photo/The Daily Cougar Andrew Pate Sports editor

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Some called them “Comeback Coogs” while others preferred “Cardiac Coogs” but whatever fans called them, no moment exemplified their nickname more than the comeback of all comebacks on Sept. 17, 2011 in Ruston, La. The Cougars entered the 2011 season full of promise following the announcement of the NCAA granting Case Keenum an unprecedented sixth year. After a statement-making victory over UCLA at Robertson Stadium in its opening

week, UH faithful examined a relatively soft schedule envisioning perfection – then came the trip to Ruston. Over 2 ½ quarters, Louisiana Tech dominated the Cougars, moving the ball consistently and with ease on UH’s defense. The Bulldogs found the end zone twice in the first half and tacked on two field goals, while the Cougars offense struggled mightily and turnovers proved costly. The Bulldogs took a 20-7 lead into half and had no intention of looking back. “They confused us a little early,”

head coach Kevin Sumlin said in a statement after the game. “We talked at halftime about playing each way and how we can’t get it all back at one time; it’s going to take every play.” Louisiana Tech tacked on two more touchdowns and took a 34-7 lead with 5:11 remaining in the third quarter. Then, something happened. “There was some real soulsearching going on,” Sumlin said. In those situations, there’s a time to get mad, there’s a time to be angry — but there’s also a time to think rationally about what you’re

trying to do.” Fo r t y- f o u r s e c o n d s a f t e r the Bulldogs took their biggest lead, Keenum and the Cougars responded – big, courtesy of a 50-yard touchdown pass to Patrick Edwards. The next two UH drives lasted just under four minutes, both taking nine plays and more importantly ended in touchdowns courtesy of two Bryce Beall rushes closing the gap 34-28. Then thanks to a huge sack by Sammy Brown forcing Louisiana Tech to punt, the Cougars got the ball back and made the most of

it. On a play where Keenum was forced to scramble out of the pocket, he found Patrick Edwards at the back of the end zone for an over the shoulder catch. “That’s just him, hustling,” Keenum said in a statement. “I just put it out there and he made one of the best catches I’ve ever seen in my life.” The 35-34 win marked the biggest comeback victory in the 66-year history of UH football and helped further the legend of the Cougars heart-wrenching comeback abilities.

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2 USC (11)

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Tulane at Tulsa

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East Carolina at (9) South Carolina

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Rice at Kansas

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1135

7 Georgia

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8 Arkansas

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992

9 South Carolina

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9 West Virginia

1-0

980

11 Michigan State

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12 Clemson

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13 Wisconsin

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14 Ohio State

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15 Virginia Tech

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16 Nebraska

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603

17 Texas

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18 Oklahoma State

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19 Michigan

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20 TCU

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21 Kansas State

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22 Notre Dame

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23 Florida

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24 Louisville

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25 Stanford

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Others receiving votes: Boise State 79, Tennessee 73, Brigham Young 63, North Carolina 48, Baylor 38, Utah 34, Washington 15, Georgia Tech 14, Ohio 10, TEXSTATE 10, Missouri 7, Texas A&M 5, South Florida 5, UCF 4, Mississippi State 3, Auburn 3, Cincinnati 2

SAY WHAT?

I don’t think it is difficult. We’re not going to come out Saturday and run the Wing-T. We’re going to do what we’ve been doing.” — Tony Levine, head coach speaking about new offensive coordinator Travis Bush and the offense that will remain in place going forward

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UCF at Ohio State

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Tulane at Tulsa

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Maryland at Temple

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NC State at Connecticut

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11 a.m.

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North Carolina at Wake Forest

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Purdue at Notre Dame

NBC

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Iowa State at Iowa

Big Ten Network

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USF at Nevada

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Klingler throws for 400

Howard at Rutgers

ESPN 3

2:30 p.m.

Missouri State at Louisville

ESPN 3

2:30 p.m.

Indiana at Massachusetts

ESPN 3

2:30 p.m.

Western Kentucky at Alabama

ESPN 3

2:30 p.m.

Michigan State at Central Michigan

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2:30 p.m.

Wisconsin at Oregon State

FX

3 p.m.

Washington at LSU

ESPN

6 p.m.

Nebraska at UCLA

FOX

6:30 p.m.

Georgia at Missouri

ESPN 2

6:45 p.m.

Vanderbilt at Northwestern

BTN

7 p.m.

Louisiana Tech at Houston

CBSSN

7 p.m.

Illinois at Arizona State

ESPN

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NETWORK

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Rutgers at South Florida

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6:30 p.m.

Midwestern State vs. A&M-Commerce

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7 p.m.

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17 Cermin (SS)

24 Brooks (FS)

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Hayden (CB)

10 McMillian (CB) 42

90

Steward (LB)

Riser (DE)

99

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Daniels (LB)

Miller (NT)

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Scypion (DE)

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Allen (DE)

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Spencer (WR)

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Ashworth (LT)

Cloud (LG)

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Forsch (C)

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Oragwu (RG)

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Harper (RT)

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2011 stats, UH vs. Lousiana Tech starters Favorite Music

Second Favorite Sport

Florida

R&B

Track

Argentina

Country

Golf

Ideal Trip PASSING

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Colby Cameron

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Hunter Lee

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Everett Daniels

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THEOPPOSITION Veteran program provides difficult matchup Louisiana Tech’s pass-heavy offense, tenacious defense similar to that of UH program from one year ago Christopher Shelton Assistant sports editor

If Saturday’s matchup with Louisiana Tech is anything like last season, fans are in for a thrilling game. In that classic, UH could not wrangle the lead from Louisiana Tech until the waning minutes of the fourth quarter when Case Keenum hit Patrick Edwards for 32 yards with 1:36 remaining. “In our game against them last year, it took us roughly 58 minutes to finally win it, so it will be a tremendous challenge this year,” said head coach Tony Levine. “Everybody knows what we have ahead of us Saturday and everybody will be up for the challenge.” Both teams are depending on

different quarterbacks than the one’s who stood behind center in Ruston, La. Bulldog senior, Colby Cameron replaced Nick Isham in Louisiana Tech’s competition against Utah State where he led two scoring drives that gave the Bulldogs a win. Cameron never looked back and garnered a firm grip on the job by leading the Bulldogs to an 8-5 season. Louisiana Tech won six consecutive games and won the Western Athletic Conference after the aforementioned victory with Cameron’s best game being a 402-yard outburst in a 41-21 win over Fresno State. “They’re a lot like our offense in the fact that they like to pass the ball a lot. We’re just going to go against our offense with our

tempo, and we should be fine,” said senior redshirt defensive back

They’re a lot like our offense in the fact that they like to pass the ball a lot. We’re just going to go against our offense with our tempo, and we should be fine.” Chris Cermin, redshirt defense back said of Louisiana Tech’s offense

Chris Cermin. The Bulldogs have a twopronged attack out of the backfield that compliments the passing

game where Ray Holley and Hunter Lee will both see time. Lee’s named was added to the Doak Walker Award watch list in the preseason after rushing for 650 yards and five touchdowns in 2011 and also earned a scholarship last season after walking on as a freshman. Holley rushed for 62 of the Bulldogs’ 233 yards on the ground against UH last season. The Bulldogs had 66 rushes, compared to 32 pass attempts. On defense, despite UH’s change at offensive coordinator, the Bulldogs said they are preparing for the same Cougar offense. “It does not [change our plans]. It cannot really,” Louisiana Tech head coach Sonny Dykes said. “I think we are just going to assume we are going to see the

same thing. That is all you can assume.” “They have been practicing what they are doing since the spring, so you have to assume that is what we are going to see on Saturday. “We will adjust and prepare if we see something different.” Louisiana Tech senior defensive back Chad Boyd could play a major factor in pass and run coverage. Boyd finished last season with 76 total tackles and three interceptions. Showing, he is not a corner who is afraid to mix it up with running backs. For Louisiana Tech, Saturday is its first game of the season after a matchup against Texas A&M in Shreveport, La. was postponed until Oct. 13 due to Hurricane Isaac.

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ouisiana Tech Bulldogs running back Hunter Lee carried the ball just once last season against UH but is expected to be an intricate part of the offense in 2012. In all, Lee racked up 650 yards and five touchdowns on the ground last season while playing as a backup to Lennon Creer. The Cougars will hope to improve upon the 131 yards and two touchdowns given up against Texas State running back Marcus Curry in last weeks home opener. — Andrew Pate/The Daily Cougar


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Bush takes over at OC following stint as RB coach Christopher Shelton Assistant sports editor

For offensive coordinator Travis Bush, coaching in Texas is in the blood. Bush’s father, Bruce, was a high school head coach in the Lone Star State for more than three decades at Alice, Gregory-Portland, San Marcos and Pharr-San Juan-Alamo. In 33 years, Bruce boasts 259 wins in-state. The younger Bush followed suit, with stops at Texas Christian University, Texas State, University of Texas at

while a receiver with the Bobcats, where Levine was an assistant coach. Levine is still confident in Bush’s ability to lead an offense. “I feel good about our staff right now, and Travis Bush has done a fantastic job in the short time that we’ve all been here together. I have a tremendous amount of confidence in Travis and the rest of our offensive staff, as do our players. I’m looking forward to not only Saturday night, but the rest of the season and the next 11 games that we’re promised,” Levine said.

During Bush’s final season at Texas State, the Bobcats finished 12th in total offense (422 ypg) and eighth in passing offense (289 ypg), which led to an opportunity to christen University of Texas at San Antonio’s football program as offensive coordinator with former Miami head coach Larry Coker. At UTSA, Bush’s offense averaged nearly 27 points per game with a balanced approach. The Roadrunners passed for 219 yards per game and rushed for 145 per contest. Now Travis Bush is tasked with developing David Piland into a great

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quarterback. “We are really excited. Coach Bush stepped into the role and has done a great job of accepting it,” Piland said. “I was thrown into the fire two years ago and now he is. He has been working really hard around the clock, and we’re excited for Louisiana Tech and what he’ll bring for us.” Once Bush was promoted, he stressed moving forward in two meetings with players, where the team discussed where it’s going next. “We put Texas State behind us and started focusing on Louisiana Tech,” Bush said.

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