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    Five Questions for Spring Ball

    My five:

    1. What does new OL Coach Chris Klenakis see from the offensive line? Sure, the "Pistol" is great, but straightening out the OL has to be his immediate priority. Do fresh eyes make a difference in who plays where?

    2. Linebackers? Say what? Sure, there are bodies back, but in the wake of Klein and Knott, how does Wally Burnham fit them all together? Jeremiah George and Jevohn Miller are only the beginning, will Darius WHite or the other frosh be ready--and what sports will they play?

    3. Well, yeah, so I want to see Aaron Wimberly in action too. And does he know how to block?

    4. Dondre Daley, P.J. Harris and Quan West. Coach Rhoads talked about the former pair tearing up his secondary throughout the Fall, and West should be back. Woo-hoo! Bring 'em on!

    5. A little R&R? Why yes, aren't all eyes going to be focused on Richardson and Rohach, up to and through the Spring Game April 20th?

    Yours?


    Last edited by Aclone; 03-25-2013 at 06:54 PM.


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    Re: Five Questions for Spring Ball

    1) OL
    2) DL
    3) LBs
    4) QBs
    5)WRs



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    Re: Five Questions for Spring Ball

    will our pass rush improve would be my #1 question


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    Re: Five Questions for Spring Ball

    Hard to get a great feel on anything in the spring - especially us fans only seeing the spring game - but the most obvious thing (and most fun) will be watching Richardson vs. Rohach at QB. Could be a tight battle for the guy that gets the first snap on August 31st.



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    Re: Five Questions for Spring Ball

    I'm just excited to get back into JTS! It might be my last time for awhile that I'm back after this game.

    I think the biggest question will be between Richardson and Rohach. Also, will our OL be any better, which we may not see until the season starts.



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