I can imagine one or two guys standing above the rest, some decent intramural type flag football players and then others who have no business being out there. Would be fun to watch a broadcast of this. I walked on a Div1 AA team many years ago and it's surprising how the scholarship players treat the walk-on's. I was expecting to be treated like a second-class citizen, but it was not like that all. Hope someone makes it from this group and gets to play on Saturdays.
That might be one of the weirdest things I have ever seen in football. Can't even begin to explain the logic in that. Looks like he just uses Curtis to support himself when he starts to fall over and then takes advantage of that to go for the "assault". Just like someone said above, so much stuff goes on during the piles that Samuel probably wasn't aware of what truly took place to retaliate. The Clemson coaches have to look at that and question it.
Just got back from the game. Total team loss, with fingers pointed at the offensive coaching staff. Fans were there, loud and ready, but there was nothing the offense did well tonight to win the game. Terrible play-calling, offensive line not quick enough to block laterally (if they called that pitch to Samuel one more time I was going to hit someone) and our FG kicker, who may be a nice kid and all, starting things off negatively. Do you think Saban would resort to using a walk-on, 5th year SR transfer kicker? After almost kicking away the Michigan game, the same tonight happens. Not saying those two kicks change the game, but that's not good football.
A little rainy now in Phoenix, but heading out in a couple of hours to hit all the pre-game activities at the stadium. Can't wait.
Seen him play since the 7th grade so hopefully will be able to watch him play for my favorite team next year. C Kirk. Would be nice to finally get an Arizona high school player.
He just finished his visit to A&M this weekend, along with his coach, and they are on their way home. I watched him play 7 on 7 this past Wed evening at ASU's camp and on the first play of the first game, he hauls in a 40 yard bomb over two db's bigger than him. I was on the opposing teams sideline and the two players as they were walking back for the next play told their coach that they were there in position but once he got his hands on the ball it was over. He is probably 5'9" or 5"10, but so strong with the ball. I will try to get some "inside scoops" about the trip next week.
I asked a friend who is very close to the Saguaro program and Kirk's recruitment. The person knows I am a big Buckeye fan, so updates me from time to time. Did not read it anywhere. I am not an insider, just a casual recruiting fan.
I gave wrong information on another thread about C. Kirk. Unless plans change, he will be camping at OSU on the 20th of this month. Texas A & M this weekend, then maybe a trip to USC at the end of the month. I got the Texas AM and OSU trips reversed.
I heard that C. Kirk is visiting next weekend, bringing along his HS coach, who will be helping work the camp. That's possible good news.