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    Re: Paul Rhoads on Jake Campos...

    Quote Originally Posted by ChrisMWilliams View Post
    Don't disagree with you but honestly, there has been a lot less "coach speak" this spring compared to the last few years, IMO.
    I agree with that, from what I've read so far. I was just speaking in general terms.



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    Re: Paul Rhoads on Jake Campos...

    [QUOTE=TruClone;3984890..... I believe he is moving the program forward....[/QUOTE]

    I really thought the same thing until I left the stadium last year after the UNI game. I'm now back to the 'one game at a time' assessment on the program's progress. Let's beat NDSU before we start naming anyone All-Big 12.
    I know he's not a miracle worker, but there's hope again with Mangino in camp.


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    Re: Paul Rhoads on Jake Campos...

    Quote Originally Posted by CTTB78 View Post
    I really thought the same thing until I left the stadium last year after the UNI game. I'm now back to the 'one game at a time' assessment on the program's progress. Let's beat NDSU before we start naming anyone All-Big 12.
    I know he's not a miracle worker, but there's hope again with Mangino in camp.
    I am where you are, but I'm giving them another year before really becoming skeptical of what's going on. One down year due to injuries and some bad luck is possible, but another like that and what is happening is staring you in the face.



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    Re: Paul Rhoads on Jake Campos...

    Quote Originally Posted by ChrisMWilliams View Post
    It's incredibly rare for any lineman to play as a true freshman. Doesn't matter how many stars he has.
    We need Campos to step up. He's is now a RS FR so shouldn't be playing like a true freshman. Made nice weight gains this summer (up 20 lbs), but still only 279 lbs. At 6'6", 279 LBs is still too light, but he came in with a bunch of hype - time to produce now.



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    Re: Paul Rhoads on Jake Campos...

    Quote Originally Posted by LesGoCY View Post
    We need Campos to step up. He's is now a RS FR so shouldn't be playing like a true freshman. Made nice weight gains this summer (up 20 lbs), but still only 279 lbs. At 6'6", 279 LBs is still too light, but he came in with a bunch of hype - time to produce now.
    The reason CPR stated that is because Campos is currently, in fact, a true freshman.

    The rest of your post is absurd as well.



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    Re: Paul Rhoads on Jake Campos...

    Quote Originally Posted by rholtgraves View Post
    If anything his comments were not that encouraging for Campis being very good this year.
    He said he will provide depth and is playing like a freshman.
    Which is too bad bc they need some olineman to step up and play well.
    It's Campos. And 10 different OL started last year, not including him. If they stay healthy, OL will be a strength.

    Quote Originally Posted by LesGoCY View Post
    We need Campos to step up. He's is now a RS FR so shouldn't be playing like a true freshman. Made nice weight gains this summer (up 20 lbs), but still only 279 lbs. At 6'6", 279 LBs is still too light, but he came in with a bunch of hype - time to produce now.
    Sorry, but wrong. He's still a true freshman going through his first spring practices. Last fall he was a scout team player. The rest of your post is just dumb.



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    Re: Paul Rhoads on Jake Campos...

    Quote Originally Posted by LesGoCY View Post
    We need Campos to step up. He's is now a RS FR so shouldn't be playing like a true freshman. Made nice weight gains this summer (up 20 lbs), but still only 279 lbs. At 6'6", 279 LBs is still too light, but he came in with a bunch of hype - time to produce now.
    Disagree completely. Very few OL play before their 3rd year on campus unless it is out of necessity. To be simply running with the 1's and 2's is great indicator of his potential. I think he's taller than 6'6" though. I thought I read somewhere he was closer to 6'8 or 6'9. Reason I recall that is there was some concern that at that height he would have leverage needed to be an effective run-blocker. Sounds like he's doing just fine.



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    Re: Paul Rhoads on Jake Campos...

    Morissey isn't All-world, but he works hard, has good fundamentals, and has a high motor. The high motor is all most of these kids need to learn besides some of the fundamentals.



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    Re: Paul Rhoads on Jake Campos...

    LOL at people who think O-linemen can come in and compete like an NFL player against RS Seniors that have 30 lbs on them and years of experience.



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