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    Dominique Blackman?

    Dominique BlackmanQB6-62504.7Wilmington, CA
    I was just trying to figure out where we would put this guy if we got him. Would we really need a JC QB? I think he could be a really nice TE for us. He has great size and speed. Anyone have an idea?



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    Re: Dominique Blackman?

    If I remember correct we recruited him out of high school



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    Re: Dominique Blackman?

    Looks like a guy worth recruiting. Maybe a DE if offense doesn't work.



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    Re: Dominique Blackman?

    Quote Originally Posted by Clones85' View Post
    If I remember correct we recruited him out of high school
    Dominique Blackman - Yahoo! Sports

    He signed with Washington out of HS, and it doesn't look like he had an ISU offer. Also wasn't on our list of interested QBs for 2008 either.



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    Re: Dominique Blackman?

    With our luck he will probably go to K-State and kill us next year. Ugh!



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    Re: Dominique Blackman?

    We need to do what Gary Patterson does and take above average offensive players and turn them into great defensive players. Take QB's and RB's and turn them into DE's and LB's. Worked for Mangino at KU and Patterson at TCU. For schools that can't get 5 star DE's and LB's, this is a way to get talented guys on the field.



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    Re: Dominique Blackman?

    Quote Originally Posted by thatguy View Post
    We need to do what Gary Patterson does and take above average offensive players and turn them into great defensive players. Take QB's and RB's and turn them into DE's and LB's. Worked for Mangino at KU and Patterson at TCU. For schools that can't get 5 star DE's and LB's, this is a way to get talented guys on the field.
    I like the idea. It's pretty obvious that it gets some results.


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    Re: Dominique Blackman?

    Quote Originally Posted by thatguy View Post
    We need to do what Gary Patterson does and take above average offensive players and turn them into great defensive players. Take QB's and RB's and turn them into DE's and LB's. Worked for Mangino at KU and Patterson at TCU. For schools that can't get 5 star DE's and LB's, this is a way to get talented guys on the field.
    The problem with Mangino is he does the exact opposite, and it's now showing



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    Re: Dominique Blackman?

    Quote Originally Posted by Bader View Post
    The problem with Mangino is he does the exact opposite, and it's now showing
    No it isn't. When he first got to KU, he took a good size chunk of second string offensive players and turned them into DB's and LB's. That is how they stayed close in games, and clawed for a few points. Then got confidence, then won the Orange Bowl, then recruited big time players.
    He built a D that could keep them in games and tried to win ugly. It worked very very well for him.



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    Re: Dominique Blackman?

    Quote Originally Posted by thatguy View Post
    We need to do what Gary Patterson does and take above average offensive players and turn them into great defensive players. Take QB's and RB's and turn them into DE's and LB's. Worked for Mangino at KU and Patterson at TCU. For schools that can't get 5 star DE's and LB's, this is a way to get talented guys on the field.
    Quote Originally Posted by CycloneErik View Post
    I like the idea. It's pretty obvious that it gets some results.
    I like this idea as well. Look what happened when ISU moved Ellis Hobbs III from RB to CB.



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    Re: Dominique Blackman?

    Mangino is a real good coach (and an awesome looking dude too). There defense isn't down right now because of any coaching mistakes, they have just lost a lot of upperclassmen (and underclassmen to the draft) the last couple of years. Kansas isn't Oklahoma where they can reload their defense every year.

    Can't wait to face them next year without Reesing or Meier, and Briscoe too if he heads to the draft like expected.



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    Re: Dominique Blackman?

    mangino could line up on a field and his body would cover 25 yds of width on the cross dimansion of a football field.


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