SEPT. 10, 2007 - KYLE PARKER WEEK SIX ENTRY
We lost our game Friday night against St. Augustine. We only had two possessions in the second half. They had long drives. They didn't get a lot of points, but they kept the ball for a long time. Our possessions were also long.
We only had one drive in the fourth quarter. We had a drive at the beginning of the quarter and we didn't get the ball back.
We also had a lot of penalties that hurt us. I was 15-23 for 165 yards with one interception. I ran for one touchdown. I had another touchdown called back for a penalty. Xavier had a nice 60 yard catch that was also called back. We had like six holding penalties.
We are just focusing on getting ready for the next game. We are disappointed we didn't win, but we will move on and learn from the loss.
This week we will play Ridgeview. We blew them out last year but we don't want to take anyone for granted.
I didn't get to watch the Clemson game, but I did see the highlights. It looked like Harper had a great game. I also saw where Willy got to play.
I watched some of the South Florida game against Auburn. That was an awesome game. It was funny because they kept going up to the kicker and giving him encouragement after he missed those field goals. They knew they might need him later in the game. I'm sure after the game he was probably getting it.
I also watched the Georgia game against South Carolina. I was hoping that South Carolina would get beat. I also watched some of the Notre Dame game against Penn State.
Until next week ... Kyle Parker.
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