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I'm imaging a world with Brax in the shotgun, Diggs in the slot, and Marshall out wide. Oh the fear this would bring to any B1G coach.
I haven't seen a better tape than Marshall's.
My your liqueur be cold, your women be hot, and all your problems slide off like snot.
Could you imagine an offense with Braxton, Jalin and Malik Zaire on the field at the same time. 3 players who can outrun anyone on the field and who at any time could drop back and throw..Imagine the trick plays we could run with those 3 on the field and UM's offensive mind.
This post was edited by stduncan 2 years ago
Marshalls tape is absolutely unreal...thats the sort of playmaker we have been lacking
What is you smoking?Them bogus growers, they got you choking.
While I love many of these scenarios, we have to ask ourselves an important question. Are we willing to give up a feautured RB at tOSU. Most of these scenarios play into the stereotype that UFM's offense will lead to losing big-time RB's out of the state of Ohio. I love the spread, but I would like to keep a power game also.
To me, it's comparing apples and oranges. Diggs is a wide receiver. He has a good idea how to play the position. Marshal says he wants to play QB. Maybe yes, maybe no. If no, he has to LEARN how to be a receiver. Diggs already knows how. At least a one year learning curve for Marshal. As a receiver. it's not even close. As an athlete, maybe another story.
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