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I dream of a day when chickens can cross the road without having their motives questioned.
Time and change will surely (truly) show
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The RANT is a Romper Room for Degenerates - jwe
Frye wasn't too bad;.
I agree with Bellisari, Rambo, and Ross. Ross was the worstRB in OSu history
Ross knew nothing but his lineman's backs. Terrible to watch
Want my soul to feel brand new like a fresh coat of paint, we can make it anything but blue anything but blue
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How can you include Pepe on this list? Didn't he at least rush for 1,000 yards one season?
If there was an award for such a thing it would be named after Lydell Ross. He was that bad. Literally painful to watch.
Lydell Ross would literally have a hole the size of texas in front of him, and still managed to get tackled by a finger and go straight down...
Our quarterback does front flips, suck it.
I will say this much for Bellisari, those were some LEAN years for the O-line. He had LeCharles Bentley, but the rest of those guys were pretty bad.
The only linemen I remember from the 1999 team (other then LeCharles) were Rob Murphy and Tyson Walter. No bueno.
Lydell Ross is the RB hands down. I was never a big Pepe Pearson fan, but Lydell was worse.
Ken Yon Rambo was the worst #1. No question.
QB is tough. Probably Herbie. He never did anything. He never beat scUM. He was just there.
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