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    Woody: The Next Kock

    Seriously. Woody has the exact same running style as Ryan Kock. They are both one-cut-and-go guys who can run through arm tackles and run people over. In thinking of the future, Tiller's running style will work nicely with Woody's. They, combined with Shontrelle Johnson, will be a very dangerous backfield in the Big 12 next year and beyond!



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    Re: Woody: The Next Kock

    You forgot about Bo.



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    Re: Woody: The Next Kock

    Personally I wish he would move to LB, he would add a lot of depth and give us Jesse Smith JR, with more quickness and speed.....



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    Re: Woody: The Next Kock

    Best thread title ever?


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    Re: Woody: The Next Kock

    Quote Originally Posted by jburke View Post
    Personally I wish he would move to LB, he would add a lot of depth and give us Jesse Smith JR, with more quickness and speed.....
    I love this. Austen's a big dude too.....he could help us out at DE or LB as well. With the hands that Knott and Klein have shown with their three picks, maybe they could get some snaps at tight end as well.



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    Re: Woody: The Next Kock

    Quote Originally Posted by HiltonMagic View Post
    Best thread title ever?



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    Re: Woody: The Next Kock

    Hopefully he gets the ball more than just the last game of his career.


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    Re: Woody: The Next Kock

    If we change everybody's positions, we could sell more programs, and charge more for them. Then we wouldn't have to play games in KC, and everybody would be happy.


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    Re: Woody: The Next Kock

    Quote Originally Posted by HiltonMagic View Post
    Best thread title ever?
    I was gonna ask if anyone else was laughing at a "Woody" being the successor to a "Kock"


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    Re: Woody: The Next Kock

    I was at the Mizzou game where we shoved Kock down their throat all night. Bad call at the end of the game allowed McCarney to go out a winner. I love Kock but I want more balls in Woody's hands. But we also got to give our opponents some Johnson (Shontrelle). He is an up and comer.


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    Re: Woody: The Next Kock

    I personally feel that A-Rob waits to long to get going. I think he is almost too patient at times. With Woody, he hits the hole and GOES! In the limited carries I've seen from Johnson I believe he has the same attitude but can also be patient on the long stretch plays.

    I would really like to see Tiller play more. I was very impressed with him yesterday. The offense just seemed to move better and quicker than it was moving with Arnaud. If not for the penalty, we would have scored a touchdown.

    Actually if they would have called the pass interference in the endzone we would have had the ball inside the 5. Tiller checked off...changed the play to the fade...and threw the best pass I saw thrown all game by either team. But its hard to catch a ball with one hand!



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    Re: Woody: The Next Kock

    Quote Originally Posted by KCy View Post
    I was at the Mizzou game where we shoved Kock down their throat all night. Bad call at the end of the game allowed McCarney to go out a winner. I love Kock but I want more balls in Woody's hands. But we also got to give our opponents some Johnson (Shontrelle). He is an up and comer.

    I think I just had an entendre overload!



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    Re: Woody: The Next Kock

    Quote Originally Posted by KCy View Post
    I was at the Mizzou game where we shoved Kock down their throat all night. Bad call at the end of the game allowed McCarney to go out a winner. I love Kock but I want more balls in Woody's hands. But we also got to give our opponents some Johnson (Shontrelle). He is an up and comer.



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    Re: Woody: The Next Kock

    Gotta say it. Funniest thread ever. I look forward to three more years of this.


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    Re: Woody: The Next Kock

    Quote Originally Posted by KCy View Post
    I was at the Mizzou game where we shoved Kock down their throat all night. Bad call at the end of the game allowed McCarney to go out a winner. I love Kock but I want more balls in Woody's hands. But we also got to give our opponents some Johnson (Shontrelle). He is an up and comer.



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