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First, I am a huge Jim Tressell Fan, both as a Coach and as a Man. So, I am very happy to see that he may be under consideration at Tennessee. I also think that would be a great fit for him. If he takes that job, Tennessee will immediately become my second favorite College Team. I actually would prefer that he becomes the HC of the Browns, but doubt that is going to happen. However, it would be great to have JT and Meyer as the Coaches of my two favorite Teams.
Regarding the former player's comments about our OL friendly scheme. That may be true, but the reality is that our OL is playing extremely well and, in fact, dominated the Wisconsin DL completely during the OT last Saturday. That was a display of pure old fashioned JT-type power football and the OL executed to perfection. I actually think all 5 of the current OL will be drafted, with Mewhort, Norwell and Freigel all going in the first three rounds and Linsley and Hall in the lower rounds. And, one more thing, even though we did not get Johnson, our three deep OL for next year will be very good. Farriss, Decker, Dodson, O'Conner, Boren, Lisle, Elflein, Underwood and Gardner added to the four returning starters makes 13 above-average O Linemen. That is a lot of depth.
This post was edited by pdan46 on 11/21/2012 at 3:12 PM
so the former OL is not aware of Warinner's performance with ND Olineman? He sounds pretty ignorant to me.....
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