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    Secondary Depth Chart

    Any guess what our depth chart will look like next week. I am just guessing here, but I think we may see James Smith back as #1 SS with Berg or Hunley #2. Johnson #1 FS Jason Harris as #2. Singleton moves to Deandre's spot, with Williams as back up. Chris Brown starts at Singletons spot with Jason Harris as #2 there as well



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    Re: Secondary Depth Chart

    Smith didn't even play today, which means he still might not be ready.



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    Re: Secondary Depth Chart

    It will no doubt be a secondary-by-committee. This is the time where some younger guys need to step up; they need to use DeAndres' misfortune as big time motivation, its now their time to shine. Chris Brown, Brandon Hunley and Ja. Harris can make some names for themselves the rest of the season. Will they be able to do it? Only time will tell, however, I have confidence a few will step up in a big way.



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    Re: Secondary Depth Chart

    And Texas tech is coming to town.


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    Re: Secondary Depth Chart

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    And Texas tech is coming to town.
    Yeah...perfect timing too.



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    Re: Secondary Depth Chart

    Yea we will prolly see Brown and Williams battle for the CB spot, and maybe Steve Johnson, depending on what happens with Smith, if he comes back, if Smith can come back, we might see Smith at one safety and Berg at the other. It should be interesting, but it isn't like it matters, the defense will still give up lots of points because it will constantly be on the field because the offense doesn't know how to function, really how can't you find good offensive linemen in the midwest, come on! Honestly! We need to open that competition up, seems to me like Stephenson and Zehr are the only guys who usually block, the other 3 are god awful, especially the tackles! Not saying Schmeling isn't god awful or anything, we oughta just do that wacky formation where the center lines up in the middle of the field and everyone else lines up near the sideline, it would prolly work better than anything else we can put out there


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    Re: Secondary Depth Chart

    I don't think you will see Berg and Smith at the two safeties. Berg isn't really a free safety and Smith is clearly a strong safety.

    Based on what I saw at the spring game, having the backups in there would do nothing but put Meyer on his back more.



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    Re: Secondary Depth Chart

    Yea maybe not, whoever it is, is prolly gonna suck, for the most part, even though I thought Chris Brown did a decent job!


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