Monthly Archives: October 2011

Saturday Primer

What to watch for on Saturday. Best game – Stanford at USC – 8pm Stanford is the best team in the Pac-12. USC is USC, although that doesn’t mean what it used to. This is the best game and the … Continue reading

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By the Numbers – Week 8

* Western Kentucky RB Bobby Rainey had 32-206 with 3 TDs against La-Lafayette on Saturday. * Washington RB Chris Polk, only a Junior, had a big game vs Stanford. He was 15-144 with a pair of TDs. Both were long … Continue reading

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Player Notes – Week 8 CFB

* Wisconsin lost a heartbreaker to Michigan State Saturday night. One of the stars for UW this year is RB Montee Ball. You watch Ball and can’t help but be impressed by him. Evaluating him as an NFL prospect is … Continue reading

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NFL Notes – Tebow Talk & More

Okay, Tim Tebow is the absolute flavor of the month.  His fans are going nuts after yesterday’s comeback win over the Dolphins.  Nice win.  Great job on the comeback. One problem…what are you doing losing to Miami by 15?  For … Continue reading

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Saturday Primer

Best game – Wisconsin at Michigan State – 8pm These are the best 2 teams in the Big Ten. UW has a great offense. MSU has a stifling defense. Prospects of interest UW — QB Russell Wilson, RB Montee Ball, … Continue reading

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By the Numbers – Week 7

* Bama star RB Trent Richardson had a huge day vs Ole Miss, going 17-183-4. One of those carries covered 76 yards. LB Courtney Upshaw had a pair of sacks in the game. * Arizona State Senior WR Gerell Robinson … Continue reading

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Player Notes – Week 7

* There were quite a few pro prospects on the field in the UNC/Miami game. CB Charles Brown isn’t one of the big names, but he had a solid showing. Projects to the NFL as a Cover 2 CB. Physical … Continue reading

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A Look at Some 4-3 LBs

There haven’t been a ton of good 4-3 LB prospects in recent years. The 2012 draft looks to be different. Here’s a few guys to keep your eyes on as the season rolls along. There is no particular order. The … Continue reading

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Player Notes – Week 6

* Let’s start by talking about UNC LB Zach Brown. He is an athlete playing LB. Really good space player, but his LB skills are less than ideal. Against Louisville he was in on 11 tackles. Only 4 were solo. … Continue reading

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Eagles – Change in Defensive Approach

Earlier this week an ESPN journalist who will remain nameless because frankly, I absolutely loathe him as much as Craig James, reported that the Eagles were looking at bringing in a Defensive Consultant. The Eagles quickly refuted that report, as … Continue reading

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