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LunchMeat


MEMBER SINCE   February 06, 2015

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Comment 28 Sep 2019

I honestly think this team has a chance to be one of the greatest teams in college football history. Loaded with potential 1st round picks.

I think the only I think between them and being and a legend is 2nd half intensity and execution. They really need to fight against their own domination.

Its hard to learn to fight and drop the hammer in the 2nd half when you’re so dominant in the first half. They’re biggest battle is against complacency right now.

Comment 04 Sep 2019

Honestly I was a little concerned about how Fields ran. 

I understand walking the tight rope of not wanting him to get hurt, but at the same time you need to build the dog up in these guys too. Yeah you teach them to slide when it’s indifferent down and distance, but you still gotta teach him to be build that dog up so he’s still the mofo that’s going to drop a shoulder if you the linebacker standing a yard between him and a 1st down when it matters.

Comment 29 Jul 2019

I really hope Bijan’s decision isn’t just based on wanting to be close to home, and I certainly hope it’s not family members pushing that.

i’d get It though. I’d completely understand. I know if my kid ever has this kind of opportunity when he’s older it would be a tough pill to swallow.. 

At the end of the day though I’d merely say go live you’re dreams. 

And if those dreams are playing for a college football championship. If those dreams include being a 1st round draft pick. If those dreams include having a long lucrative NFL career..

Honesty you’d have a hard time convincing anyone that that Texas or USC is even in the same ball park over the past decade of helping young men accomplish those things. That’s just the honest truth.

You can stay close to home, or you could go be a freakin dude;)

Comment 11 Apr 2019

I get wanting to avoid injuries, and not tackling obviously sounds like the best way to do that on the surface.

Is it though? Has anyone really analyzed it? Because it also seems kinda dangerous to change built in football instincts and create indecision of movement. That seems like it could lead to injuries as well.

Comment 07 Jan 2019

Go have you some fun knuckleheads!

But don’t do anything stupid. Missing classes, excessive drinking, drugs, sweating crazy ladies, unprotected sex, drinking and driving and any other knuckle head things that put your health and future in jeopardy.

Otherwise have a ball;)

https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=W8xgDgTBmtI

Comment 02 Jan 2019

I honestly believe Haskins should come back. Given his ability to throw the ball the draft is always going to be there. I doubt there’s much he can do to hurt his draft stock by playing another year.

i do think staying another year could make a huge difference in his preparedness and longevity of his NFL career. Thé NFL isn’t really a good place for a QB to hone their craft. It’s a big jump in talent and QB is the toughest position. 

I fear if he walks this year he’s running a high chance of getting shell shocked. I also think he’s not going to be drafted as high as people are saying. Plus if he comes back and plays he’s going to be drafted higher and have a much better platform for long term success in the NFL.

Comment 11 Oct 2018

IMO it’s time to put the zone read on the shelf. It’s just not an effective play with Haskins. It’s easy to see he’s not comfortable running it.

Its really trying to stuff a square peg in a round hole. Defenses aren’t threatened by and don’t respect it. It’s only serving to give them an extra half second to close on the running backs.

Given the offense lines size they should just focus on a smash mouth run game between the tackles, and make the safeties and linebackers creep into the box