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..pay forward ........................................he made them pay...............................he'll make them pay again and again
Sounds to me like he's not going to be the kind of QB that chucks it to the hot dog vendor every time. Which is nice.
One question, these guys that are against this guy Tysoenfdikseui, did they see Joe B throw and he was our starting QB. Also, and this is not a thing against Braxton, but if he was accurate, we beat michigan again last year. He will get better but being accurate is what Tom Brady is all about, isn't he?
I do like Trubisky and think he would be a great fit for the system that Meyer, Herman, and Warinner seem to be going towards. However I wouldn't be surprised if there are strings attached to the verbal offer such as having to come to camp first before they accept a commitment.
_ichigan Football would be Minnesota without The Great State of Ohio!! O-H! I-O!
Bolls 2006 OL haul will go down in the history books.
A nice kid with a great voice who took up a scholarship for 5 years. We beat out Temple for him.
He never took a meaningful snap (including special teams in 5 years).
He didn't even bother to go to the bowl game.
Anybody think he would of been grated a 5th year to bascially sing, party, not go to class and get his school paid for under Meyer?
Bolls should pay Tressel a monthly salary for the rest of his life for propping him up.
That dipsh&t at BC isn't capable of doing the same.
I'm not necessarily in the Trubisky camp yet, but I do know that we've had "great" HS QB's with big arms that have not panned out (Zwick, Schoenhoft). It matters more what you have between the ears and if you are a competitor or not. Now it would be great if you had the head and the elite skill set, but if I could only pick one I'd go with the QB that has solid skills and a great head than one with elite skills and no head.
The greatest loss to the basketball Bucks would be Amir Williams, not Shannon Scott. From the little playing time he's had, he does a spectacular job on both ends of the court, the man is a game changer when he's in there. Unfortunately he has not been given the minutes to prove he belongs there. I will cry and sulk for 40 days and 40 nights if we lose him.
Amir Williams demonstrated in the Minny game, even during that brief pt, that his length will make an impact on both sides of the floor just about every play. He must be a bit slow understanding Matta's super complex, multi layered defensive schemes so I assume by next Fall he will be up to speed and be our starting center. Same for Ross. He didn't forget how to shoot, dude can stroke it, lack of pt has to be effort or strategy comprehension based.
Everyone riding the pine thinks they should be playing. It is especially tough on a hs all-american. Between Williams and Scott I would definitely hate to lose Amir. Scott plays more because there really is no one else after Craft. Amir lacks the strength to post up and hold position. He gets pushed around and basically gives up and stands. He can rebound and block shots and has scored off the offensive boards. Maybe that would be enough. Would like to see him in there with Sully. Let Sully face up and Amir post up for short stretches.
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