Good read. The more I read about Burnham, the more I like him. He's been around the block a few times, and he's seen about everything. I love the fact that he's got roots in Florida for recruiting ties. It will be interesting to see if he stays with a strict 4-3, or if we have one lighter, faster LB who plays the rover position, like a 4-2-5? I think having a package where say, Bell and Banks are at corner, Smith and Simms are playing safety, and LJ is out there cracking skulls could be awesome...
In 1984, I was hospitalized for approaching perfection.
Being a hardnosed, i want to hurt you every play team is one thing i liked about last years team, we always seemed to lay down the lumber no matter who we were playing....not just the Hawks, a prime example of this was the SDSU game last year when we absolutely thrashed the far less inferior Jackrabbits
Dan proving to be a high caliber guy all the way. Burnham is going to do wonders for our defense. Hell, it can't get any worse that's for sure. Notice he says, "we're going to be an AGGRESSIVE 4-3 defense. I think we are in for an exciting year, the wins might not be there right away, but I at least think we'll be competitive.
Had a chance to talk to Wally a bit at the K-State game the other day. I don't see how a player couldn't be willing to give that man everything he has to offer every single play.
Now that MBB is back, do we still have to pretend that WBB matters?
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