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Discussion in 'In-State Rivals' started by HerkClone, Mar 4, 2017.
You knew ***damned well I meant Sloth!
Anyone seen the spring depth chart yet? I've heard grumblings that Campbell is considering putting Lazard at tight end some so that NFL teams might be willing to take a chance
It's his only hope.
WR is the only position group that I am not worried about next year. If we move AL to TE, that allows us to get more play-makers on the field at a time, I am all for it.
Yeah? Where'd you hear that from Herkclone?
I'm curious why a first team all conference WR would move to TE but Clone seems like a legit source
I wouldn't have any issue if Lazard took some snaps at TE...imagine the match up choice the defense has to make given that there is another quality receiver on the field. Heck, Lanning is getting reps at Mike...put the best guys out there.
I ain't seen it yet but I'm fixing to look at it sooner then later.
Should move him to TE against Iowa. He'll get covered by a LB (attempted to) all day.
Iowa's DB's are going to suck this year too
Shows how little you know
No Mabin and King. Good luck!
Manny Rugamba is going to be a good one for years to come.
Who is that? Was that Mabin's backup?
Not worried at all. Iowa develops All BigTen defensive backs all the time:
Over the last 8 years the Hawks have only had 1 year in which they didn't have an All BigTen defensive back, with 5 different players accomplishing it.
Rugamba will be he next great Iowa DB and you will once again show how completely inept you are at evaluating talent.
So this was Mabin's backup? Looks like he had 19 tackles on the season so must not be that good
Losing Mabin and King is going to hurt bad. No way to sugar coat it
He was saving himself for the Superbowl this year.
If ISU tries this year in the game I could see Park having a monster day against your secondary