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  • Originally posted by sbh15 View Post
    Different info = you think he's Cane lock, I think he's wide open.
    Are you serious?

    How on earth do you make these leaps? Ive said this numerous times. I never ever use the phrase lock.

    Ive said numerous times that the Gators are a factor here. Good God bro, I mean seriously, last class you were throwing out crazy name like Richardson, Kirkpatrick, Moore and others you had no shot at. Now youve already started your Gators are getting everyone parade by saying Nix is wide open. and Luc is wide open (which you were already wrong about).

    Please dont try to act like Im the one being unreasonable on Nix. Ive said it will be a Miami/UF battle. Your the one making assinine comments like a Miami commit being wide open.

    Let me ask you this, is Demar Dorsey wide open?

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    • Originally posted by JoeyJr09 View Post
      Are you serious?

      How on earth do you make these leaps? Ive said this numerous times. I never ever use the phrase lock.

      Ive said numerous times that the Gators are a factor here. Good God bro, I mean seriously, last class you were throwing out crazy name like Richardson, Kirkpatrick, Moore and others you had no shot at. Now youve already started your Gators are getting everyone parade by saying Nix is wide open. and Luc is wide open (which you were already wrong about).

      Show me where I INCLUDED them in the Gator class... I was naive then anyway, and I've admitted that I was just believing everything I read.

      Please dont try to act like Im the one being unreasonable on Nix. Ive said it will be a Miami/UF battle. Your the one making assinine comments like a Miami commit being wide open.

      Let me ask you this, is Demar Dorsey wide open?
      I think Dorsey is a soft verbal at this point, as he's already admitted that he'll be looking at a lot of the schools that offer him. Anyway, I went back and read and realize you have indeed been quite moderate with Nix, and I apologize for thinking you were being unreasonable about Nix. Anyway, I think he's 60-40 for you guys (as good as open for me)... is that a fair assessment so we can move on from this pointless bickering?

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      • According to Indiana's scout site the Buckeyes offered Roderick Smith (RB from Ft.Wayne). He's one of the top 3 backs on our board along with Spencer Ware and Corey Brown, 6'4"/220 power back with some moves. Not much film out yet on him, but the staff is really really really high on him (grade issues delayed offer). No film and limited offers due to grade ?s leave him a bit under the radar, but he is one of the top backs, and should commit to OSU very very soon.

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        • Would he play RB or move to LB/S? He seems too big for running back, or are you guys wanting Brandon Jacobs Jr?

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          • Austin Gray could be a Hawkeye, soon.

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            • He's a runningback. 6-3.5/215 as a junior. He's taller like Adrian peterson or Darren McFadden, but he's not gonna outgrow the position I don't think. He could get up to around 235ish but he's a natural runner from what they say.

              ...Last time we got a 6'3" power back from a bordering state was about 18 years ago and that one worked out pretty well.
              Last edited by keylime_5; 03-16-2009, 06:38 PM.

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              • Originally posted by keylime_5 View Post
                He's a runningback. 6-3.5/215 as a junior. He's taller like Adrian peterson or Darren McFadden, but he's not gonna outgrow the position I don't think. He could get up to around 235ish but he's a natural runner from what they say.

                ...Last time we got a 6'3" power back from a bordering state was about 18 years ago and that one worked out pretty well.

                Dude was a beast, one of the most underrated backs ever.

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                • Seantrel isn't a Notre Dame lean. Christ.

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                  • Originally posted by ToldLikeItIs View Post
                    Seantrel isn't a Notre Dame lean. Christ.
                    Lemme guess...he's an Iowa lean?

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                    • Originally posted by JayP View Post
                      Lemme guess...he's an Iowa lean?


                      correct answer

                      sig by BoneKrusher

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                      • No, but we are a major player with him and CJ Fiedorowicz.

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                        • Originally posted by ToldLikeItIs View Post
                          No, but we are a major player with him and CJ Fiedorowicz.
                          You don't even exist. If Seantrel goes to Iowa I'll cut my arm off.

                          Jesus christ you must say these things just to get people to yell at you.


                          Nobody cares about your stupid fantasy team.

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                          • Originally posted by JoeyJr09 View Post
                            Common sense goes a long way here.

                            Some things are just understood without having to be said.

                            We shouldnt have to explain that weather is a secondary factor.
                            Hollywood said that he wouldn't go to Ohio State because it's cold. That is not a secondary factor.


                            Nobody cares about your stupid fantasy team.

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                            • Originally posted by djp View Post
                              Also, you are very obtuse, bf51, to assume that weather doesn't play at least a somewhat important role.

                              Why is that Tim Brewster gets all of his visits from southern prospects early in the season? Because it's not -15 and snowing outside.
                              You are very obtuse to think that Minneapolis and Columbus have the same climate. That's like comparing New Orleans and Nashville.


                              Nobody cares about your stupid fantasy team.

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                              • Originally posted by bearsfan_51 View Post
                                You are very obtuse to think that Minneapolis and Columbus have the same climate. That's like comparing New Orleans and Nashville.
                                Sweet. I can't believe people outside of this state actually give Nashville a passing thought.
                                Credit to BoneKrusher for the Sig
                                RIP themaninblack

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