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    Re: CFTV: OL coach enthusiastic early on

    Quote Originally Posted by PabloDiablo View Post
    So, I personally feel Farniok is an NFL qaulity, some have said Dagel has NFL potential and now the coaches are saying that Burton is a potential all-conference player down the road (which I feel would lead to an NFL look).

    Are there really 3 NFL guys on this year's O-Line?
    Burton is a potential all-conference player this year. He's going to be among the best we've ever had.


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    Re: CFTV: OL coach enthusiastic early on

    I just hope he is still enthusiastic about our line in November.



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    Re: CFTV: OL coach enthusiastic early on

    Quote Originally Posted by ChrisMWilliams View Post
    Good stuff from Coach Blaney today.

    http://cyclonefanatic.com/football/n...stic-early-on/
    Blaney is a stand up guy all around. I had the opportunity to talk to him during one of the coaches clinics and then at the scrimmage afterwards down on the sideline. He was frustrated with a player and was really coaching him up right in front of us. He then came over and explained everything and I was just blown away by the way he handled everything. I can see how this team loves CPR, but I think with other guys like Blaney they have to be in heaven.



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    Re: CFTV: OL coach enthusiastic early on

    I was listening to this, thinking that I could really see Blaney as a successful head coach one day. As much as I like some of our assistants, I can't say that for all of them.




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