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I really wish this one had ended differently. It sounds like he's doing it right this time.
David Oku talks like a man who is glad to be back in college football. Watch Oku run and he looks like a guy who is glad to be back in college football. But if you really want to get a sense of how grateful Oku is to be back on the field, Red Wolves' running backs coach Eliah Drinkwitz says you should see the guy practice.
I'm happy for the young man. It takes several years to get the Kiffin off of you.
I'm happy the kid is doing well. So many of those transfers just disappear from the radar completely. But am I wrong to think he's very similar to Rajion Neal/Marlon Lane? Not an SEC bruiser-type?
I guess I just think this board probably wouldn't be happy with him in the UT backfield either.
If he would have shown effort he would be our starting tailback - not sure he is a every down type back but we don't have one
It's easy to say I think our run game would look completely different with him lined up behind Bray
Good find RockytopATL. +1 Wish this kid the best. Love a good comeback story.
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