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I think DE is the easiest position to play in the GP defense. There responsibility seems to be 90% speed rush the passer.
Isn’t the first game Aug 31?
Yes we did. If they were really worried about JR. they could have run the Wild Frog for three downs.
Then why did he play in a real game too?
If this were true, why in the world was he playing in the Spring Game?
It seems he’s been the odd man out since he got here.
JR literally played more in the meaningless spring game then any of the guys you listed.
Maybe nobody noticed he was gone...
We have 3 4-star recruits at QB, it better be more than warm bodies.
He had 7 receptions for 93 yards last year. This literally doesn’t move the needle for me one way or the other on our WR corp. I don’t know how...
I searched and found a thread last year on Aug. 22 where we finally got the final cut of Shawn Olden.
I don’t how much creativity will have to show the first 3 games this year. Purdue maybe a little, but don’t judge against these opponents good or bad.
What’s really mind blowing about this whole list of players is they are all players who weren’t going to be Power 5 until GP gave them a chance.
He literally had the chance to quit and decided to come back. He was also barely a 3 star who was committed to Georgia State before CGP offered...
He is almost 34 years old now.
I don’t think that rule is changed. Just a 20 sec shot clock on offensive rebounds and longer 3 point shot.
You do know the coaches are going to put the 11 guys on the field who give us the best chance to win. If they think DA is the third string back,...
I think they were a couple like this, and unfortunately a few other followers who thought they didn’t need to go to class either.
They check, they can’t literally walk everyone to every class and sit there with them. At some point it’s the player’s responsibility to go.
I’ve long ago stopped worrying at DE. It seems whoever plays there becomes all conference quickly: