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Blanket doesn't cover Owls problems

FORT LAUDERDALE - It was a touching scene for the departing seniors to give FAU coach Howard Schnellenberger a quilt after Saturday's 29-23 victory vs. Western Kentucky on senior night at Lockhart Stadium.

However, holding on for dear life to defeat a winless team should't really give anyone the warm and fuzzies.

FAU struggled against a team which is winless in 18 games.

I understand that when you only have four victories the entire season, you'll take them anytime you can get them.

However, for FAU to have to sweat out Saturday's game out against winless Western Kentucky shouldn't give Schnellenberger or the Owls a false sense of security with an important game vs. FIU on the horizon.

Yes, it was a victory, but there is plenty of work to be done this week.
November 28, 2009

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