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    Re: KO dominating

    Most importantly did he reference Iowa State or his high school during introductions?



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    Re: KO dominating

    The only thing good about the Ravens winning is that KO gets a ring. Congrats big man!



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    Re: KO dominating

    Another compliment from Peter King:

    Dr. Z Unsung Man in the Trenches of the Week

    The award for the offensive lineman who was the biggest factor for his team in the weekend's games, named for my friend Paul Zimmerman, the longtime SI football writer struggling in New Jersey to recover from three strokes suffered in November 2008. Zim, a former collegiate offensive lineman himself, loved watching offensive line play.
    Kelechi Osemele, left guard, Baltimore. As Neil Hornsby pointed out above, Osemele performed very well against Justin Smith, and when Smith wasn't over him, he held out the other interior rush men for the Niners. Once, he crushed Ricky Jean-Francois trying to storm into the backfield.


    Read More: Joe Flacco powers Baltimore Ravens to win over San Francisco 49ers in memorable Super Bowl XLVII - NFL - Peter King - SI.com



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    Re: KO dominating

    I've never heard of this site, but it has some more praise for Osemele.

    Osemele Shines
    As their offensive line led the way for a running game that gained only 2.8 yards per carry, you would be forgiven for thinking the Ravens were devoid of a star performer in the trenches. However, if you go back and watch the Super Bowl again you’ll notice Baltimore got a tremendous game from rookie guard Kelechi Osemele (+4.9). Going up against Justin Smith, who is admittedly still playing through injury, Osemele was able to neutralize the impact the star 49er had been able to impart during San Francisco’s run to this game. Ever since he returned from his triceps injury, Smith has been a non-factor as a pass rusher but his run defense was stellar against both Green Bay and Atlanta. On this night, however, Osemele not only limited Smith to one defensive stop, he was able to move him around in the run game and shut him out completely as a pass rusher. Combined with some good work on Isaac Sopoaga and a devastating block on Ricky Jean-Francois, Osemele was one of the star performers in this game.


    https://www.profootballfocus.com/blo...pr-bowl-xlvii/



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    Re: KO dominating

    Quote Originally Posted by cychosis View Post
    I've never heard of this site, but it has some more praise for Osemele.

    Osemele Shines
    As their offensive line led the way for a running game that gained only 2.8 yards per carry, you would be forgiven for thinking the Ravens were devoid of a star performer in the trenches. However, if you go back and watch the Super Bowl again you’ll notice Baltimore got a tremendous game from rookie guard Kelechi Osemele (+4.9). Going up against Justin Smith, who is admittedly still playing through injury, Osemele was able to neutralize the impact the star 49er had been able to impart during San Francisco’s run to this game. Ever since he returned from his triceps injury, Smith has been a non-factor as a pass rusher but his run defense was stellar against both Green Bay and Atlanta. On this night, however, Osemele not only limited Smith to one defensive stop, he was able to move him around in the run game and shut him out completely as a pass rusher. Combined with some good work on Isaac Sopoaga and a devastating block on Ricky Jean-Francois, Osemele was one of the star performers in this game.


    https://www.profootballfocus.com/blo...pr-bowl-xlvii/
    Anyone have a clip of this?


    “They're very, very hard to guard,” Notre Dame head coach Mike Brey said. “They're really good. And with Niang in the middle kind of wheeling and all those guys spreading you out, they're kind of a nightmare matchup. And they're men. They're really men.”


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    Re: KO dominating

    I was pulling for the 49ers but was happy that KO played well and has a ring. Not a lot of guys from ISU can say that



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    Re: KO dominating

    Quote Originally Posted by Sighclone44 View Post
    Most importantly did he reference Iowa State or his high school during introductions?
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    They didn't have any players announcing where they were from on the CBS telecast,only NBC has that as far as I know.



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    Re: KO dominating

    Yes, practice squad players get rings as well



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    Re: KO dominating

    Loving the pictures and links on Osemele. Very good stuff to email over to my 49er/hawk fan co-worker. Keep it coming. If anyone can find any other pictures or photo shop a picture of Oemele tearing up Justin Smith that would be awesome.



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    Re: KO dominating

    From KO's twitter/instagram.

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    Re: KO dominating

    Kelechi K Osemele@KOsevendeuceShe's beautiful http://instagr.am/p/VU1PuIrb6r


    -Be kind. That is something you will never regret. You will never say to yourself when you are old "I wish I was not good to that person".

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    KO with trophy.

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    Re: KO dominating

    Super Bowl XLVII -- Ravens-49ers won't soon be forgotten - ESPN

    4. The Ravens won the two biggest matchups of the game: Start with Ravens left tackle Bryant McKinnie and left guard Kelechi Osemele containing 49ers defensive end Justin Smith and linebacker Aldon Smith. Both Smiths were nonfactors. Justin Smith had just three tackles, and Aldon Smith played even worse -- he had one tackle, one assist and only one quarterback hit. He now has six straight games without a sack. McKinnie didn't get a chance to start until the first game of the playoffs, but his 350-pound presence slowed down the San Francisco pass-rushers. Baltimore's offensive line also strengthened when Michael Oher shifted to right tackle.



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