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Most dominant big cat/oklahoma drill player ever

Posted on 8/9/14 at 8:41 am
Posted by Arab21
Member since Jun 2014
397 posts
Posted on 8/9/14 at 8:41 am
JC was a beast but who would yall say is the best y'all have ever seen?
This post was edited on 8/9/14 at 8:45 am
Posted by Pear
Member since Jul 2013
1428 posts
Posted on 8/9/14 at 8:42 am to
I'd rather see someone dominant at the Oklahoma drill
Posted by CharlesLSU
Member since Jan 2007
31926 posts
Posted on 8/9/14 at 8:45 am to
Micheal brockers
Posted by PortCityTiger24
Member since Dec 2006
87455 posts
Posted on 8/9/14 at 8:48 am to
This board has an unhealthy obsession with the big cat drill.
Posted by Arab21
Member since Jun 2014
397 posts
Posted on 8/9/14 at 8:51 am to
Because its one on one. Man vs man. No help.
Posted by Random LSU Hero
2014 NFL Survivor Champion (17-0)
Member since Aug 2011
9437 posts
Posted on 8/9/14 at 8:52 am to
Copeland... Game. Set. Match.
Posted by LSU_Saints_Hornets
Uptown NO,LA
Member since Jan 2013
9739 posts
Posted on 8/9/14 at 9:27 am to
The only correct answer is

Posted by PPeterson1
Choklahoma
Member since Jul 2010
2016 posts
Posted on 8/9/14 at 10:35 am to
Tyrann was a beast in the big cat drill too.
Posted by MastrShake
SoCal
Member since Nov 2008
7281 posts
Posted on 8/9/14 at 10:41 am to
ever seen the way Texas does it under charlie strong? it's dumb and irresponsible to the point of being dangerous. it goes on forever and the rest of the team is circled around just a foot or so away. its torn ACLs just waiting to happen.
Posted by Jesus Prejean
Member since Jan 2012
258 posts
Posted on 8/9/14 at 11:10 am to
quote:

ever seen the way Texas does it under charlie strong?


I live in Austin and I'm no expert on the health techniques of the Big Cat drill. But let me say that Strong has raised the intensity of the Texas players 10x already from what they were under Mack Brown. They walk around like meat eaters now...
This post was edited on 8/9/14 at 11:10 am
Posted by CaptainJ47
Gonzales
Member since Nov 2007
7359 posts
Posted on 8/9/14 at 12:35 pm to
That Texas shite looks crazy. The intensity meter is unreal. I also see an increase in personal fouls.
Posted by Purpledaize
Member since Aug 2012
28 posts
Posted on 8/9/14 at 1:08 pm to
eric andolsek or lance smith
Posted by Roll on Tigers
Across the Border
Member since Jul 2013
4040 posts
Posted on 8/9/14 at 1:19 pm to
Since Trindon Holliday was a DE, I'd go with him.
Posted by rmnldr
Member since Oct 2013
38239 posts
Posted on 8/9/14 at 1:21 pm to
Minter, Mathieu, Copeland.
Posted by S
RIP Wayde
Member since Jan 2007
155818 posts
Posted on 8/9/14 at 1:22 pm to
magee on welter was pretty awesome/sad
Posted by SabiDojo
Open to any suggestions.
Member since Nov 2010
83943 posts
Posted on 8/9/14 at 1:32 pm to
Link?
Posted by ToulatownTiger
Louisiana
Member since Oct 2012
4597 posts
Posted on 8/9/14 at 3:31 pm to
Did you see how intense Texas was? Strong is changing the way they think.
Posted by sorrycholly
Louisiana
Member since Mar 2014
350 posts
Posted on 8/9/14 at 3:37 pm to
I thought what tu did was awesome. I think the injury concerns are silly with that drill.
This post was edited on 8/11/14 at 3:10 pm
Posted by memphis tiger
Memphis, TN
Member since Feb 2006
20720 posts
Posted on 8/9/14 at 3:52 pm to
I'll go ahead and say it.

The big cat drill is the most overrated topic on this board and tells us almost nothing about how good a certain player or the team is.

The rant's obsession with it gives new meaning to the phrase "rantard"
Posted by rmnldr
Member since Oct 2013
38239 posts
Posted on 8/9/14 at 4:04 pm to
If anything, it shows focus and how fast players can react. It isn't supposed to show how they'll perform in a game. It's supposed to show the coaches how players will react.
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