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Discussion in 'Scott Nix Frog Fan Forum' started by DeuceBoogieNights, Sep 9, 2017.
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I only wish that was the worst of it!!!
SMU will be a nice transition from Arkansas to Oklahoma State. Sutton isn' the threat Washington is, but I am not sure anyone has a receiver quite like Washington.
Mustangs as pointed out though can throw the ball effectively and while they don't have the same offensive line talent they do scheme well.
So you've been spending time on Shaggy, have you?
Even worse, Sicem365 thanks to all the recent links posted here!!
Wet Anus or dry Anus when we play Rapeylor? Will it rain again only on them?
Sutton is a 6'5" first round receiver, will most likely go before Washington, he will be all TCU can handle, the difference is QB is nowhere near as good as Rudolph
Agree Sutton is a talent, he has been in the past, and will be a challenge on Saturday. Reminds me a bit of Mike Evans of A&M and Tampa Bay. Runs better than you think, uses his body well, and goes after the ball. Both are former basketball players who look more like they are rebounding a missed shot than catching a pass. Sutton actually is what I hoped Porter would develop into at TCU.
Washington is unique in that he is a receiver with the type of explosive speed that makes him very hard to handle in a spread offense. Bigger than people think and his is a physical runner after the catch. Both guys average a touchdown ever 5-6 catches. Big difference is Washington averages almost 20 yards a catch for his career and that is a career that is comprised of well over 200 catches.
Blue pills working? Is he going to appear in a commercial sitting in a bathtub on a cliff?
Some people in our great nation, don't have...um...suppositories, such as, and South Africa and the Iraq.
I am sure Gary is happy, because, as in the '09 and '10 years, this team is getting a ton of 3-and-outs. Against JSU, 12 out of 15 drives were either 3-and-outs or turnovers on 3 or less plays. Against Ark that number was 5 of 10. So on the season, the TCU defense has held the opponents drives to 3 or less plays in 17 of 25 drives.
The Italian cork soaker family business is interesting
Still one of my favorite sketches. Given Jimmy and Horatio's history, I have no idea who they kept it together.
Stolen from Johnny Dangerously.
Every time this thread title pops up, it's shocking for a split second.
Yes, you never see it coming.