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1 hour ago, Haymaker said:

I'm predicting that Jalen will gut it out, fighing for the starting position/playing time and if after this season, the writing is on the wall, then he will consider changing positions..............I just don't see him transferring

I don't know why he wouldn't be interested in changing positions. I'm sure like every other guy he wants to get in the league. He definitely won't playing QB but he could be a game changer doing something like Drake is doing for the Dolphins.

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On 2/10/2018 at 10:47 AM, RammaJamma said:

I don't know why he wouldn't be interested in changing positions. I'm sure like every other guy he wants to get in the league. He definitely won't playing QB but he could be a game changer doing something like Drake is doing for the Dolphins.

The single wing is the best way to play two QBs in the same backfield. 

You can't tell if the QB, the slot or the halfback is the passer?

It's time to think outside the box...

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The schizophrenic Alabama basketball team showed their best side on Saturday night, totally dominating 15th-ranked Tennessee by a score of 78-50. The win was the Tide’s fifth straight win over a ranked opponent.

https://www.rollbamaroll.com/2018/2/11/17000262/crimson-tide-wins-fifth-straight-slams-tennessee-78-50-on-a-record-night-for-bama-basketball

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Before the ball is snapped, Tua constantly scans the right side of the field almost like staring down the receiver and by doing so he pulls the safety to the hashline with his eyes.  He never looks left until he's ready to throw and then snap his head to the left for the throw.

If anyone can find camera shot from the end zone, you can watch Tua's eyes...

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Notre Dame will be forced to erase 21 wins from the 2012 and 2013 seasons, most notably the undefeated 12-0 regular season in 2012. The reflected changes drop Notre Dame's all-time winning percentage from .729 to .727 and the all-time win total from 906 to 885.

The aforementioned .727 all-time winning percentage remains second nationally, behind only Michigan (.729). Notre Dame's national standing in total wins drops from second to sixth, behind Michigan (943), Texas (898), Ohio State (898), Nebraska (893) and Alabama (891).

 

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30 minutes ago, Booger said:

Says Subscription needed.

you cheap motherfuckers

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19 hours ago, Noah said:

Notre Dame will be forced to erase 21 wins from the 2012 and 2013 seasons, most notably the undefeated 12-0 regular season in 2012. The reflected changes drop Notre Dame's all-time winning percentage from .729 to .727 and the all-time win total from 906 to 885.

The aforementioned .727 all-time winning percentage remains second nationally, behind only Michigan (.729). Notre Dame's national standing in total wins drops from second to sixth, behind Michigan (943), Texas (898), Ohio State (898), Nebraska (893) and Alabama (891).

 

Six years ago...what do they do at the NCAA? Do they drop a case on someone's desk and say, "whenever you feel like it open up this file, oh but finish that donut, coffee, and that 48 month new car note and let us know what you find."

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9 hours ago, Haymaker said:

you cheap motherfuckers

You motherfuckers.

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On 2/7/2018 at 10:04 AM, possumslayer said:

Has Saban collude with Russia?

you got it backwards....Russia colludes with Saban.

Rumor has it that when Putin messes up, Saban makes him run stadium steps

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Nick Saban never ceases to amaze. It was a longshot that he could find an upgrade to the departing Karl Dunbar at defensive line coach this late in the coaching carousel but he managed to reach out and pluck the best in the business. Kuligowski spent 24 seasons alongside Gary Pinkel at Toledo and Mizzou. While with the Tigers, he developed several underrated prospects and turned them into top draft picks. Among them:

  • Charles Harris – 2 star, 1st rd NFL draft pick 
  • Shane Ray – 3 star, 1st rd
  • Aldon Smith – 3 star, 1st rd 
  • Ziggy Hood – 3 star, 1st rd
  • Markus Golden – 3 star juco, 2nd rd 
  • Kony Ealy – 4 star, 2nd rd

Kuligowski parted ways with Missouri after Barry Odom took over for Pinkel, sending him to Miami to work with Mark Richt the last two seasons.

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