*Notre Dame* - ACC Champs, if that means anything to you

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  1. thechristmaself

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    I'm all for Keon getting the bag if that's what he wants, but I can't ever imagine trying to talk my nephew out of the school he wants to go to. Especially a school like ND. But if the uncle is really just trying to make sure Keon knows all his options, I can respect that
     
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  2. Wicket

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    yeah but i bet this uncle just wants a cut for his "advice"
     
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  3. theregionsitter

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    Watch Rees be late again here and this kid go to Penn State
     
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  5. Rise

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    And then there is this from singer:

    was at practice today as well and I have to say.... I just do not like Buchner's throwing motion or the lack of zip he puts on the ball in drills compared to Angeli and Pyne.
     
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  6. theregionsitter

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    Whatever- he didn’t seem to lack any arm strength on the field last year
     
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  7. NilesIrish

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    Every other report I’ve heard has been that he has a rocket arm he just struggles to aim it.
    I think Singer has the least football intelligence of all the beat dudes.
     
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  8. a1ND

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    so the hope and prayer here is that we have the 2017 offense but with a much better passer at QB with Buchner over Wimbush...that 2017 offense was so physical because of that oline and the run game w/ Wimbush's legs
     
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  9. CTownND

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    I know nothing about this Singer guy, but from time to time we have to remember that some of these guys are like English majors from DIII schools that somehow just stumbled on these jobs after grinding in the industry and watch 5 practices a year and think they are experts on every position. Sometimes you see the narrative you're looking to find
     
  10. NilesIrish

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    Pretty sure you just described him. He has never struck me as a “football guy”.
     
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  11. a1ND

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    I love O'Malley's practice reports, just the right amount of humor and content and he knows his stuff...this is from the offense today

    Notre Dame, Ind. — It doesn’t get much more August-football friendly than 72 degrees with a light breeze and that’s exactly what greeted Marcus Freeman’s Irish for Day 7 of training camp at the Irish Athletics Complex.



    No additional injuries to report on the offensive side with Mitchell Evans and Jadarian Price headed into the Gug (presumably) for treatment as our viewing started and Joe Wilkins working tirelessly on the side—in full pads—as he recovers from LisFranc surgery (April 1).



    • That’s former Irish offensive lineman and current Player Development Director Hunter Bivin head-butting a couple of helmeted players during stretching…
    • Two particular offensive players received the business end of a fist to the football in today’s opening fumble drills with Benjamin Morrison practically assaulting classmate Tobias Merriweather and Junior Tuihalamaka working over fellow freshman Gi’Bran Payne on the other side. Neither player fumbled.
    • Houston Griffith gave Tyler Buchner some quality work in the drill as well, though not to the extent the RBs/WRs took, and that’s likely by design
    • I know this is an offensive report, but it must be noted: Jordan Botelho is not a great pairing for someone doing this drill. Yikes.


    SEGMENT 2

    I headed outside to watch Harry Hiestand and Chris Watt divide the offensive linemen during low pad drills. One coach was a touch louder than the other in his teaching methods…



    (Of note: they are going against other OL, not DL)



    — Hiestand is all over sophomore Blake Fisher for his pad level, then follows with a correction for Josh Lugg as well. Lugg’s second rep garners a ‘There IT IS!’ from Hiestand while Fisher earns “Beautiful! Keep driving BIG MAN!” from the O-Line sage.



    — Good rep for Joe Alt, and then another. Alt can really swallow a defender when he gets into him with leg drive.



    — Quality reps by Zeke Correll as Hiestand lauds him to ‘Keep Coming!’ several yards past the normal point in which the reps end.



    — Hiestand pleads with freshman Aamil Wagner to say low three times (same rep) and when Wagner fixed that for his next rep, he’s instructed that he “came up” upon first contact rather than staying low…



    Andrew Kristofic is praised for creating “separation” while driving Ashton Craig back. Craig now wears No. 70 rather than #58 if you have an old roster.



    — Center Pat Coogan with good rep: “Drive, Drive, Drive!” Says Hiestand as they battled 8 yards off scrimmage.



    Ty Chan is taller than 6’5”… Aamil Wagner needs a different number. #59 doesn’t work for me…



    — Define ‘Overkill’: The tackles break off with the tight ends and I move onto the receivers/running backs, but not before Blake Fisher and Michael Mayer work in tandem on an outside zone double team against an unfortunately paired walk-on tight end.



    His day can only get better from there…



    SEGMENT 3-4

    The always exuberant Chansi Stuckey takes his receivers through a passing window drill. (three pylons, two windows, receivers run past them and Stuckey fires the ball through one.)



    This is my 13th August Camp and I’d rate the arm strength of those I’ve seen work with the wide receivers in drills as follows:


    • Former Holy Cross Quarterback Tim McDonnell #1
    • Former Boise State Quarterback Mike Sanford #2
    • Former NFL Wide Receiver Chansi Stuckey #3
    • And Former Running Backs coach-turned-WR Coach (2010-11) Tony Alford last…(Sorry Neighbor)

    Captain Avery Davis wears only a left knee sleeve and seems full speed after tearing his ACL in mid-November.


    A look at the running backs now begins with Deland McCullough working on a pass release drill (from the backfied) pending how the pass rusher (McCullough) attacks.


    Skip Velotta catches the ball near the end of the drill but falls down to which McCullough offers “Goodness, Ski, be athletic.”



    (Only he didn’t say ‘Goodness’)



    McCullough takes his ‘backs to the dreaded Gauntlet, “You Know What Time It IS!!”



    a drill for A.) Pad Level, B.) Leg Drive, and C.) Finishing with control of the football—because McCullough has a punch stick designed to separate the pigskin from the arm pocket..



    “Imma get one!” he promises the runners…(None fumble)



    Chris Tyree fires through, “There it is CT!”



    Audric Estime leans in early and is corrected by his coach, next time through, Estime apparently improved “You come through their like a Mad Animal! I like it though.”



    — Can’t run Straight UP! He says to Sam Assaf. Next time through, Assaf (already tall at 6’1” for an RB) is way too high and gets stuck. Tyree chimes in “S, you got it, start low but stay low” and Assaf—a special teams regular to be sure—breaks through the Gauntlet…



    Logan Diggs takes full part in the drill. (The pads are not soft and contact with shoulders is a pre-requisite) and even in a pass pro drill in which he’s punched inside both shoulders by his partner. McCullough only allows Diggs one rep in the latter. (He remains in a protective red jersey).



    — Diggs receives praise for the next time through the Gauntlet when the runners are to spin out of the ‘tackle.’ That’s the second time in two viewings I’ve seen McCullough praise Digg’s spin move though the best I’ve seen (in at least one instance) was Tyree last practice.



    — Estime was coached twice to ‘stay behind your pads’ through the Gauntlet.



    SEGMENT 5

    “Who is THAT?” I though to myself watching the tight ends and wide receivers run combo routes, catching passes simultaneously from both Tyler Buchner and Drew Pyne.



    Well “That” was #85 Holden Staes, who is a very fluid, very large athlete on the move down the seam…



    Eli Raridon swallows passes with his hands. The ball disappears…



    Braden Lenzy is corrected by Stuckey for route depth. “That was 4.5 not six” and responds with ‘Yessir, Yessir.’



    — Stuckey has words of encouragement for Tobias Merriweather after every rep. Correctional or otherwise…



    — Pyne drills one down the seam to Jayden Thomas…Buchner misses Colzie (behind) but throws an A+ dime down the seam to Davis …Pyne low to Thomas next time through crossing the deep middle—nice catch by the big man though there is no safety waiting with bad intentions…Steve Angeli with a rope to Merriweather…



    — The combo of Mayer (low) and Styles (high) might cause a problem or two this fall…



    Ron Powlus III throws a really nice ball. His set-up takes a touch more though in my opinion. But it gets there in a hurry and is spinning…



    — And we’re ushered out as the receivers go vs. the back seven in live action. Of course they do…



    (Great play by Clarence Lewis on a downfield pass breakup though it was under-thrown. Whoops, wasn’t supposed to see that…)
     
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  12. a1ND

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    also, the Raridon/Staes combo is going to be crazy the next few years at TE
     
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  13. theregionsitter

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    they look the part, sheeesh
     
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  14. repoocs

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    I like Singer for the most part, but he's an unabashed Angeli guy. To his credit, he was also an Alt guy before just about anyone else.
     
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  15. a1ND

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    he's also a Pyne guy and he talks all 3 up too much, it comes across as annoying. He needs to learn how to be a professional instead of patting himself on the back every chance that he gets
     
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  16. Rise

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    Buchner just needs to be wimbush who can hit the gimme throws and nd will win 10 games
     
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  17. Rise

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    I don’t think he is long for this beat. He has a ton of problems interacting the the board and you can tell he wants off the recruiting beat
     
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  18. theregionsitter

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    Blake Fisher and Josh Lugg side by side are absolute monsters, holy fuck are they big

    Also OL drills never change
     
  19. thechristmaself

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    O’Malley is a treasure
     
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  20. thechristmaself

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    It does suck that every recent highly rated qb (wimbush, jurk, etc) ND recruits ends up not being able to throw the football well. Hopefully no one tries to change Carr’s throwing motion
     
  21. repoocs

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    Guys, I'm beginning to get the idea that our OL may have some big fellas on it this year.
     
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  22. Rise

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    Loy says carr will decide whether to reclassify mid-seaso
     
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  23. theregionsitter

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    Still can’t believe Jurk didn’t work out, his film was stupid
     
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  24. Burt Handsome

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    Put a pin in this for November 19th :drunk:
     
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  25. a1ND

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    the coaches completely messed his head up
     
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  26. Voodoo

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    He also threw like an idiot
     
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  27. Red Rover

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    I always thought his motion was horrible, even on his film
     
  28. gritzy

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    that you springer?
     
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  29. a1ND

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    wow, D3 came out w/ his own top 100 list for 2023

    Here is the Irish Breakdown Top 100 for the 2023 class from a preseason look. We’ll drop another one around signing day. This is based on a combination of my current grade and my upside grade.

    1. DE Keon Keeley – 6-6, 230 – Notre Dame
    2. QB Dante Moore – 6-2, 185 – Oregon
    3. S Caleb Downs – 6-0, 185 – Alabama
    4. OL Samson Okunlola – 6-6, 295
    5. CB Cormani McClain – 6-1, 165
    6. ATH Nyckoles Harbor – 6-5, 230
    7. WR Brandon Inniss – 6-0, 190, Ohio State
    8. WR Zachariah Branch – 5-10, 175 – USC
    9. LB Anthony Hill – 6-2, 225 – Texas A&M
    10. QB Jaden Rashada – 6-4, 190 – Miami
    11. CB AJ Harris – 6-2, 180 – Georgia
    12. CB Malik Muhammad – 6-0, 170 – Texas
    13. TE Duce Robinson – 6-6, 220
    14. DE Damon Wilson – 6-4, 235
    15. RB Richard Young – 5-11, 200 – Alabama
    16. T/G Francis Mauigoa – 6-5, 330, Miami
    17. RB Cedric Baxter – 6-1, 215
    18. WR Shelton Sampson – 6-4, 180 – LSU
    19. QB Nico Iamaleava – 6-5, 195 – Tennessee
    20. OL J’Ven Williams – 6-4, 285 – Penn State
    21. OT Kadyn Proctor – 6-7, 330 – Iowa
    22. WR Johntay Cook – 6-0, 175 – Texas
    23. DE Jason Moore – 6-6, 255 – Ohio State
    24. QB Malachi Nelson – 6-3, 180 – USC
    25. DE Samuel M’Pemba – 6-4, 230
    26. WR Tyler Williams – 6-3, 180
    27. LB Drayk Bowen – 6-2, 215 – Notre Dame
    28. QB Arch Manning – 6-4, 215 – Texas
    29. DE Jayden Wayne – 6-5, 245 – Miami
    30. S Peyton Bowen – 6-0, 185 – Notre Dame
    31. DE Matayo Uiagaleilei – 6-5, 245
    32. S Derek Williams – 6-2, 185 – Texas
    33. DE Peter Woods – 6-3, 270 – Clemson
    34. OT Monroe Freeling – 6-7, 285
    35. QB Chris Vizzina – 6-4, 205 – Clemson
    36. DE/LB Derrion Gulette – 6-3, 230 – Texas
    37. DE/DT Vic Burley – 6-5, 275 – Clemson
    38. CB Javien Toviano – 6-0, 185
    39. WR Noah Rogers – 6-2, 195 – Ohio State
    40. LB Jaiden Ausberry – 6-1, 215 – Notre Dame
    41. DT James Smith – 6-4, 310
    42. OT Charles Jagusah – 6-6, 295 – Notre Dame
    43. RB Rueben Owens – 5-11, 190 – Louisville
    44. WR Hykeem Williams – 6-4, 200
    45. WR Jalen Brown – 6-0, 165 – LSU
    46. G Alex Birchmeier – 6-5, 285 – Penn State
    47. DE/DT Davis Hicks – 6-4, 270
    48. S Tony Mitchell – 6-2, 180 – Alabama
    49. LB Suntarine Perkins – 6-3, 210 – Ole Miss
    50. WR Carnell Tate – 6-2, 185 – Ohio State
    51. TE Ethan Davis – 6-5, 220 – Tennessee
    52. QB Dylan Lonergan – 6-2, 215 – Alabama
    53. WR Eugene Wilson – 5-11, 165 – Florida
    54. DE/LB Caleb Herring – 6-5, 210 – Tennessee
    55. WR Jalen Hale – 6-2, 175
    56. S Dalton Brooks – 6-1, 180 – Texas A&M
    57. LB Raylen Wilson – 6-2, 215 – Georgia
    58. LB/DE Qua Russaw – 6-2, 230
    59. DE Bai Jobe – 6-4, 215 – Michigan State
    60. DE Malik Bryant – 6-3, 235 – Miami
    61. WR Braylon James – 6-3, 185 – Notre Dame
    62. DT Xzavier McLeod – 6-4, 325
    63. S Malik Hartford – 6-2, 175 – Ohio State
    64. WR Nathaniel Joseph – 5-10, 165 – Miami
    65. DE Deshawn Womack – 6-4, 255 – LSU
    66. WR Jaden Greathouse – 6-2, 210 – Notre Dame
    67. LB Troy Bowles – 6-2, 205 – Georgia
    68. TE Walker Lyons – 6-5, 230 – Stanford
    69. S Joenel Aguero – 6-0, 205 – Georgia
    70. S Jahlil Hurley – 6-2, 175 – Alabama
    71. CB Micah Bell – 5-11, 165 – Notre Dame
    72. DE Colton Vasek – 6-5, 230 – Oklahoma
    73. RB Jeremiyah Love – 6-1, 195
    74. CB Damari Brown – 6-1, 180
    75. DE Tausili Akana – 6-3, 215
    76. WR Jaquaize Pettaway – 6-0, 170 – Oklahoma
    77. WR Aiden Mizell – 6-2, 180 – Florida
    78. LB Arvell Reese – 6-3, 225 – Ohio State
    79. WR/CB DeAndre Moore – 5-11, 185 – Louisville
    80. DE Chandavian Bradley – 6-6, 210 – Tennessee
    81. LB Raul Aguirre – 6-2, 215 – Miami
    82. WR Jurrion Dickey – 6-2, 205 – Oregon
    83. OG Markee Anderson – 6-4, 300 – South Carolina
    84. RB Jeremiyah Cobb – 5-11, 180 – Auburn
    85. DE Brenan Vernon – 6-5, 250 – Notre Dame
    86. WR Ronan Hanafin – 6-3, 205
    87. DE Ashley Williams – 6-5, 215 – Auburn
    88. WR Ashton Cozart – 6-3, 205 – Oregon
    89. ATH Cameron Seldon – 6-1, 215 – Tennessee
    90. WR Makai Lemon – 5-11, 175 – USC
    91. CB Caleb Pressley – 6-0, 185 – Oregon
    92. OT DJ Chester – 6-5, 300
    93. DE Tomarrion Parker – 6-4, 250
    94. QB Avery Johnson – 6-3, 180 – Kansas State
    95. DE Hunter Osborne – 6-4, 250 – Alabama
    97. OT Cayden Green – 6-5, 210 – Oklahoma
    98. S King Mack – 5-10, 185 – Penn State
    99. WR Jacobe Johnson – 6-3, 180 – Oklahoma
    100. OT Roderick Kearney – 6-4, 300 – Florida State
     
  30. IrishLAX2

    IrishLAX2 Tommy Rees to anywhere else, please
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    He started his own national college football network.

    Im not sure if he’s an idiot, or an idiot savant.
     
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  31. theregionsitter

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    Drayk Bowen at 27

    :deerstandnotkneel:
     
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  32. NilesIrish

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    I fully expect that kid to be a 5* cheerleader for 4 years.
     
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  33. theregionsitter

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    100% the lb talent in front of him is just better
     
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  34. a1ND

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    Colzie in a leg brace
     
  35. Rise

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    That’s not good but all indications were he was a bust
     
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  36. NilesIrish

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    He came from a tiny school right? Not surprised he'd need time. This certainly won't help though.
     
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    [​IMG]
     
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  38. repoocs

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    I'm not calling a kid entering his second year a bust. If we had a healthy WR depth chart, there would be little expectation placed on him until year three. Unfortunately, that's not the case.
     
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  39. beist

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    For a player of his ranking to not really even be competing for a starting role in year 2 with this depth chart, it’s hard to be optimistic.
     
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  40. repoocs

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    At just about any other school he wouldn't be expected to. WR is generally not an easy position to start that early, even for highly ranked kids. Most of our recent good WRs didn't really show out until year three. There are exceptions, but not many.
     
  41. Rise

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    In funnier news, I don’t think coach d can find people to go to the last two practices for his site so they have no content. 4 hours on random opinion questions and nothing on an actual practice. Oof.
     
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  42. AbeFroman

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    Putting his content on the line to stick it to Fauci.
     
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  43. AbeFroman

    AbeFroman You touch me, I yell RAT!

    Counterpoint, no more Del.
     
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  44. Rise

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    On colzie, the undertones of lack of effort for the past 2 years is usually a really bad sign
     
  45. NilesIrish

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    He may be a kid using football to get the education, that’s gonna happen.
     
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  46. CTownND

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    There was one practice report that said there was a drill where the WRs were broken into two groups and the groups were essentially our top 5 in one group and him and the walk-ons in the other group, and I knew right there he wasn't really going to play this year
     
  47. repoocs

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    That most definitely qualifies as 'funnier news."
     
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  48. NilesIrish

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    D3 building and ultimately destroying his own empire because he binges OAN when he is not buried in football is an incredible arc.
     
  49. theregionsitter

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    D3 mentioned he subscribes to a Christian streaming service last week, then took ten minutes to discuss it. Dude’s definitely out there
     
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