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GeorgiaBuckeye2114

Lawrenceville, GA (via Lawrenceville, GA)

MEMBER SINCE   June 08, 2012

Just a Buckeye living in SEC Country.

Favorites

  • COLLEGE FOOTBALL PLAYER: Braxton Miller
  • COLLEGE BASKETBALL PLAYER: Aaron Craft
  • NFL TEAM: Atlanta Falcons, Cleveland Browns
  • NHL TEAM: Atlanta Thrashers
  • NBA TEAM: Atlanta Hawks
  • MLB TEAM: Atlanta Braves
  • SOCCER TEAM: Atlanta United

Recent Activity

Comment 14 Aug 2019

Baron Browning received decent playing time both his Freshman and Sophomore years, so no I wasn't "worried about him entering it last year."

Every other sophomore on the team? No, I'm talking about a 5-star who hasn't received playing time on the weakest unit of our team.I don't think it's a stretch to think that 5-star talents like Teradja Mitchell or even Baron Browning would consider transferring if they sit behind Pete Werner/Tuf Borland for a second year in a row. It was painful watching Tuf Borland getting burnt by average running backs all season.

Comment 08 Aug 2019

To whomever is downvoting people for answering an opinion-based question with  opninion-based answers: You're an a**hole. 

Comment 08 Aug 2019

I believe that Dabo is genuinely a good guy. He's a "players-coach." I was on campus in Clemson a couple of weeks ago during a work trip. I saw the new football facilities and it's easy to see why you would want to play there. Anyone who bashes him on this site just sounds like sour grapes to me.

Comment 06 Jun 2019

Wow...I had forgotten about the original gray box. I remember reloading the homepage over and over because it seemed like we were snagging 4/5 star recruits on a daily basis when Urbz was first hired.

Comment 06 Jun 2019

He is the reason I fell in love with Eleven Warriors. His content was unbelievable when Urban was hired. That was back when the site had a totally different layout and hadn't been turned into the beauty that it is today.

Comment 05 Jun 2019

What a POS. Prayers for the victim. People make mistakes, but this kid should never again be allowed to play football at the collegiate level. There's no reason that he should be able to continue on and receive a free education without any kind of punishment. This probably won't be the last time we hear of him getting in trouble. No consequences for his actions means he won't learn a lesson from this ordeal.

Comment 21 May 2019

Unfortunately, I think this is a result of him being off the field for so long. Proper stretching and recovery will go a long way. He will be fine!