Monthly Archives: September 2011

Player Spotlight – Ray Graham and Bernard Pierce

RB Bernard Pierce Temple Junior 6’0, 218 (approx) Pierce is a 3-year starter for the Owls and he has been one of the major reasons for the program’s upswing in recent years. He’s rushed for 2,585 yards and 38 TDs … Continue reading

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By The Numbers – Week 4

Here are the big numbers put up last week by Seniors and top Juniors.  * I think LaMichael James is getting back his A-game. Against Arizona he was 23-288 with 2 TDs. That’s 12.5 ypc. His long run was 47 … Continue reading

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Player Notes – Week 4

* LSU S Brandon Taylor had a good game vs West Va. He picked off a pass, broke up a pass, and had 4 solo tackles. The INT came when a ball was deflected over the middle and Taylor came … Continue reading

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By The Numbers – Week 3

I’m way late this week, so here’s a short version.   Best numbers put up by Senior and top Juniors from last week’s games. * Virginia Tech CB Jayron Hosley had been off to a quiet start this year, but woke … Continue reading

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A Look at Some Owls

Adrian Robinson is a nice looking prospect. I happen to have history with him and can speak on his character and work ethic having known him when he played for George Chaump at Harrisburg High School. He struggled academically until … Continue reading

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Player Updates

Here is a good article on Florida RB/STer Chris Rainey.  He can be an explosive playmaker on offense, but more interestingly holds the SEC career record for blocked punts with 5. * * * * * RB Jacquizz Rodgers is … Continue reading

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A Special LT

When we talk about the best LTs in the NFL, Jason Peters has to be among them.  He was a TE in college, but has established himself as a special player in the NFL.  He has great feet and is … Continue reading

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Some NFL Notes

* The Falcons are an interesting team.  They really struggled in the season opener and lost to Chicago 30-12.  They were dominated at times on Sunday night, but came up huge in the 4th quarter and pulled out a 35-31 … Continue reading

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Player Notes – Week 3

* Nebraska LB Lavonte David was in on 8 tackles vs Washington. Only 1 of them was a solo stop. He did have one highlight play. David came up with an impressive INT. He had man coverage on the TE, … Continue reading

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Enjoy the Greatness of LB Brian Rolle

For all the undersized LBs out there, watch Rolle (#59) put Rams C Jason Brown on his butt.  Bigger isn’t always better.  

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