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    I think Spielman said it best when he called him a warrior. He took it to the Husker D all day and played a grittier, tougher style than we've seen from him. It definately wasn't his best or flashiest game but you've got to love a Senior giving that kind of effort all day long against an aggressive hard hitting defense.



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    I agree that he played tough out there yesterday. However, I would have liked to have seen Shontrelle get some carries to give their defense something else to think about.



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    Re: Arob...

    Quote Originally Posted by heitclone View Post
    I think Spielman said it best when he called him a warrior. He took it to the Husker D all day and played a grittier, tougher style than we've seen from him. It definately wasn't his best or flashiest game but you've got to love a Senior giving that kind of effort all day long against an aggressive hard hitting defense.

    He did play fantastic. He looks really healthy right now which is great to see.

    We could not ask for two better guys to be the face of our program than him and Austin.

    Those two have special spots in my heart because they are two of the guys (not sure how many there are) that have been through 3 coaches. I can't imagine how tough that would be.



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