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jembeurt
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Ok, you won.

I'm not going any further with this conversation if you are telling me that he is the BEST IN COLLEGE FOOTBALL. Top 3, probably. Top 5, definitely.






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Tiger Phanatick
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Double P.S.: Tiger Phan still can't have Dee Hart officially.


I already got approval from Pasty on this not once but twice. so simmer down.

And it doesnt really matter for you eitehr way kid is injury prone and will be buried in the depth charts. i am actually hoping he redshirts and transfers to a smaller school so he can electrify the scoreboard.

But you are just set on him not being on my team my team. I am cool with it. But the campaign lives on!!!!


DEE HART to THE PHANATICKS!!!

ETA: Got posted up by a good guy SOrry Bro!!



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jembeurt
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It hurts not seeing this still on the first page.





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Tiger Phanatick
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Its like an empty party hall after a dance.

Trash everywhere, decorations still up and your still fully dressed up watching the band cart out there equipment!. LOL






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David, Larry David
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I was just looking at Mel Kiper Todd Mcshay's latest mock NFL draft, and both have one of my supplemental picks from last year going in the first round to the Rams and Colts! I picked a crazy athletic offensive tackle who had recently switched from basketball, and he is also from England, because he had an interesting story and crazy potential. JACKPOT! I finally might get to join the first round pick club!

Here is Mcshay's analysis of 6'5 310 Menelik Watson!

Pick analysis: Whether he ends up at left tackle, right tackle or even as a potentially dominant guard, Watson has a high ceiling and the Colts have to get better along the offensive line. The franchise has arrived at quarterback -- time to protect him.

Here is Kiper's analysis

Analysis: At No. 16, Watson, who is from England, would have been a reach; that's why I went with Austin at 25.
Here, where I had Keenan Allen in the first mock and Sylvester Williams in the second for the Rams, Watson could work. The Rams have a need at tackle, and Watson is a very talented athlete who is light on his feet for his size. He gets into sets quickly and with a lot of depth. Has long arms and can ride speed rushers past the pocket off the edge. But he's raw, and his football instincts need to develop.



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PastySkankster
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That is pretty damn cool!







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OBUDan
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again 84-8 speaks for itself got anything else


I have actually never lost a game as a Head Coach, so that makes me better, for one.






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GulfCoastBiased
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My guy, Andrew Billings, is pretty strong, fellas.

Billings sets records






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RollTigers
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Holy shit, that's a lot of weight.





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PastySkankster
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My guy, Andrew Billings, is pretty strong, fellas.


Must have great calves! ONLY KIDDING. Very cool. That is amazing.







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PastySkankster
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My RMD squad is hopeful the Josh McNeil rumors are true!! That would be some good shite in Rd 18.







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PastySkankster
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OBUDan's boy Markeith Ambles has found a home.

LINK






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VerlanderBEAST
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My Penn State LB got arrested for using counterfeit money





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PastySkankster
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Amazing how much the WR's move around.

While we’re on the subject, here’s a look back at the top 10 receivers from the ’10 recruiting class, and what they’re doing now:


1. Kyle Prater, Hillside, Ill.: Made his way to Northwestern in January after two seasons at USC, where he caught just one pass for six yards as a Trojan.

2. Da’Rick Rogers, Calhoun, Ga.: Spent two tumultuous seasons at Tennessee before being kicked off the team and transferring to Tennessee Tech before the 2012 season. He declared for the NFL draft in December.

3. Markeith Ambles, McDonough, Ga.: Signed with Houston this week, two seasons removed from leaving USC.

4. Mike Davis, Dallas: Despite originally declaring for the 2013 NFL draft, Davis opted to return to school in January after a strong junior season in which he led the Longhorns with 57 catches for 939 yards and seven touchdowns.

5. Ivan McCartney, Miramar, Fla.: Caught 59 passes for 701 yards and three touchdowns in three seasons at West Virginia before deciding to transfer to FAU in February.

6. Darius White, Forth Worth, Texas: Played only 20 games for Texas, recording six receptions for 71 yards and one touchdown, before transferring to Missouri before the 2012 season.

7. DeAndrew White, Galena Park, Texas: Hauled in 22 catches for 256 yards and four touchdowns in two seasons at Alabama and has been one of ‘Bama’s stars this spring after coming back from a knee injury suffered in 2012.

8. Justin Hunter, Virginia Beach, Va.: Led Tennessee with 73 catches for 1,083 yards and nine touchdowns in 2012 after tearing his ACL in 2011. He declared for the NFL draft in December.

9. Chris Dunkley, Pahokee, Fla.: Transferred from Florida to South Florida in 2011 and was suspended last October following an arrest stemming from a domestic violence charge.

10. Martavis Bryant, Anderson, S.C.: Caught 19 balls for 526 yards and six touchdowns in two seasons at Clemson. He returns as one of Tajh Boyd’s receiving targets in 2013.






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Tiger Phanatick
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I am feeling great tonight as I will watch Shariff Floyd go early in this draft.

I will have Corey Lemonier go tomorrow.


Who had Luke Joekel and Eric Johnson?






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David, Larry David
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I have Menelik Watson and Cornelius Carradine. Both could be first round picks tonight!





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David, Larry David
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Both ended up going in the second round. Not too bad.....





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PastySkankster
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Both ended up going in the second round. Not too bad.....


Pretty good gets. Both of those guys are first round talent according to the draft experts. You can tell them that you knew that shite 4 years ago!!







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jembeurt
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This is where these drafts start to become fun. Seeing all of these guys get drafted and going back to see who drafted who. I think I have only two guys in this draft: Robert Woods who was drafted in the 2nd, and Tyler Bray.

I also see Joeckel, who was taken one spot after I took a tackle. Although my guy, James Hurst, has started every game in his career at LT at UNC, he isn't Joeckel.






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