PHONE'S RINGING -- IT'S URBAN ON THE LINE
...does this open up another spot for Jamal Marcus?...
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So that will leave u with zero fullbacks in 2013. Does Urban even use a fullback?
It seems like Meyer likes to use an H-back more than fullback, so watch for our tight ends to transfer from the LOS to the backfield throughout the course of a game. Just like Hernandez was utilized at UF, and how Smelley is being used at 'Bama.
I remember my high school team playing at Licking Valley when I was in middle school. Storm started at runningback as a freshman and absolutely tore it up (we lost by like 31 in a year we went 9-1). With Klein not really fitting Urban's fast LB mantra, I could see him rolling to FB/H-Back
Send em off to Pitt, we can get Marcus now.
I would love to see Storm at H-Back/FB
I think @William is correct here. Would be nice to have a normal fullback for goal line and short yardage sets, but minimal use means we don't need to go out and get a stud.
We have adam homan and zach boren. I think switching klein to FB would be great. I do not think he will not get much use at LB and it also opens up spots for our young guys.
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