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I love the two gumps at the end of the TD stand up, shake their heads, and walk away.
Reply23 months
LOL. Chase dropped that LB with a shoulder.
Reply23 months
Did anyone else notice what a panzy bama’s #7 diggs was? he is supposedly a highly touted CB, but Clyde ran over him as he backed away from tackles all night long. 1st TD by Chase was also on him. Loved it
Reply23 months
I absolutely love Reggie's frame by frame break down, every point valid. I never really paid attention to the Chase block before, key to the touchdown.
Reply23 months
reggie did a great job breaking this down, a lot of times we do not see all that is going on in a single play
Reply23 months
Clyde blew up number 7 about 5 times in this game.
Reply23 months
CEH not only avoided several tackles-for-loss in the backfield during the game which normally would not have happened, but then turned those same plays into touchdowns on at least two occasions.....GAME CHANGING PLAYS!!
Reply23 months
CEH makes the first guy normally miss!
23 months
“That’s my running back.”
Reply23 months
Reggie Bush had to return his Heisman
Reply23 months
So what, he was still really good and seems like a nice young guy trying to make a new career for himself.
23 months
Nice run, But the 3 and 10 catch that was not on of Joe's best throws and he makes the catch and heads up field with 2 Alabama defenders on his back for the first down was better than that play.
Reply23 months
Play of the game IMO. Bama would have had the ball with a chance to take a lead if he hadnt converted that
23 months
Reggie would have ran out of bounds at the 3.
Reply23 months
I noticed that block in the replays. Never played it back to see who he got. The smallest things make a difference. Also Clyde stiff-armed a safety to get out of the backfield.
Reply23 months
I never noticed that block by Chase.
Reply23 months
Very nice analysis.
Reply23 months
Dynamite comes in small packages. CEH should change his number to 4 so we can call him C-4 composition explosive! GEAUX TIGERS!!!
Reply23 months
Another saying I always heard from my grandfather... "The smallest potatoes are always the toughest to peel"
23 months
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