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And that may be true, but how does that matter in SEC play? You can be the valedictorian of some high schools and never complete college.
There are only four answers to any question: Yes, No, I don't know, or the Correct Answer.
My point is, can you blame the kid for not be an elite rb or former coaches? He looked really good the second half of last season.
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I'm interested to see if/how Pig is used in the backfield this year.
neal needs to step up big time
Well I always questioned why he did not get more playing time in the beginning of the season, but seems to me that he was not a great practice player. Just a game day baller
Neal will have the most yards and carries but Lane ends up with more TDs. Pig will get a chance too
what about A. Hill?? does anyone think he can contribute this year?!?! Idk much about him but feel like he could make some noise for us! especially in short yardage.
Good question. I'm also curious what has happened with Tom Smith?
AGREE COMPLETELY... alla Brett Smith. Swain talks about when Brett caught his first pass in a game, everyone was like, "What was that!!!"
I think it will continue to be Neil then Lane, with some of the others sprinkled in. IMO the running game will continue to improve behind our awesome O-line, and a reduced emphasis on the passing game. I think the backs will have a much better chance of establishing some rhythm during the flow of the game this year, and that will help tremendously in the 4th quarter.
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Alden Hill got mono and lost his strength? Could he be back by next year to play?
Had no idea mono could do that.
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