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Cincinnati Bowtie
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Sparta
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re: Is Bower our first New Jersey football prospect?

Yes.


choupiquesushi
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yaton rouge
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re: Is Bower our first New Jersey football prospect?
sure did kick dave remington's arse... even when he was holding...


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oldpro
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re: Is Bower our first New Jersey football prospect?
In the late 90's one of the most popular centerfielders, MIKE KOERNER. He was followed by another NJ cf whose last name started with a R. Smoke called him the fastest player he hd ever seen. He left his impression in the CF fence after a great catch.

David Raymer, I believe.
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re: Is Bower our first New Jersey football prospect?
i see he is a fan of kendall and kylie


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Tchefuncte Tiger
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re: Is Bower our first New Jersey football prospect?
Greg "Cookie Man" Cook was from New Rochelle, NJ. I believe we have had some FB players from the Garden State.


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CharlesLSU
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re: Is Bower our first New Jersey football prospect?
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We had greatest group of managers under Jeff Boss including but not limited to Randy, Pudge, Marty & Dale, plus an excellent training staff with John Purdy & Doc Anderson directing Murray, Gary & Troy.


Two outstanding people!!!!

Granted, Purdy on a bad day was quite comical. Still loved the guy.


choupiquesushi
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yaton rouge
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re: Is Bower our first New Jersey football prospect?
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We had greatest group of managers under Jeff Boss including but not limited to Randy, Pudge, Marty & Dale, plus an excellent training staff with John Purdy & Doc Anderson directing Murray, Gary & Troy.


Two outstanding people!!!!

Granted, Purdy on a bad day was quite comical. Still loved the guy.



That westbank crew was gone by the time you got there?


CharlesLSU
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re: Is Bower our first New Jersey football prospect?
I was there when T-Joe was still there....I did hear horror stories of Doc sending out hurt players as OK.
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bulldogger
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re: Is Bower our first New Jersey football prospect?
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Bernard Woodside. Basketball great


Wassup man?!


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WMEdelmann
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re: Is Bower our first New Jersey football prospect?
Who is this? First name only please...


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WMEdelmann
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re: Is Bower our first New Jersey football prospect?
Were you on the team? A teammate of ours? '80-'83?


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judge
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Houston
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re: Is Bower our first New Jersey football prospect?
Before, he would have been Penn St bound.


TigerRuss
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Decatur, Georgia.
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re: Is Bower our first New Jersey football prospect?
Cookie-man was from Roselle.
Mike Koerner was from Turnersville. Both in Jersey


CamdenTiger
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re: Is Bower our first New Jersey football prospect?
So, we could have cookie, and now...snooki..


Cincinnati Bowtie
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Sparta
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re: Is Bower our first New Jersey football prospect?
The dumbest headline ever: "
Why Tashawn Bower will be LSU's hidden Gem"

I freakin HATE Bleacher Report. Bower ain't hidden, he's a four star, highly recruited DE.


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WMEdelmann
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Member since Apr 2011
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re: Is Bower our first New Jersey football prospect?
Tiger Russ,

Greg Cooke was a big part of that team which played the Philadelphia Final-Four of Mar'81. Mike Koerner did play baseball for LSU, but ...

I think their original question was about a dearth of NJ football players making it to and surviving LSU. Aside of Tashawn Bower as a multi-star recruit and myself as a walk-on, there have been few NJ-athletes to play football at LSU and only handful more from eastern or central PA including George Atiyah and Jeff Fordham {a teammate of mine}.


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SNAPPERHEAD
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re: Is Bower our first New Jersey football prospect?
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Lineman in the 80s. Can't remember his name.


Leonard Smith


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LSU CRAZY
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re: Is Bower our first New Jersey football prospect?
Thnx for the post Bill, that 82 team was my fab as a kid. One question, HOW IN THE HELL U GUYS LET TULANE WIN??? ;)


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