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One of our members (Pudd) posted about the Elite Eleven qb competition http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kmwYT0P5cys yesterday. I got interested and watch all of it ( 3 parts). I learned that not only Riley Ferguson was there but so Josh Dobbs, except he was still committed to Arizona State at the time. The SEAL training segment was intense and the whole bunch had a tremendous interpersonal bonding experience under incredible stress. There is no doubt that Josh knew that Riley was committed to UT and I am sure that they had very good conversations before Josh formally flipped to UT. These two guys are comfortable with each other already and also are aware that a strong friendly competition will make them both better quarterbacks. We have a wonderful opportunity to watch a very talented pair of outstanding young men vie for the starting spot very soon.
Yup can't wait to watch the battle this off season. Will be epic!
Yeah I cant either!! It will be a four horse race!! exciting times on Rocky Top
Did you find it all on Youtube? I have been wanting to go back and watch it again but haven't really looked for it except on ESPNU.
Also saw where Asantii Wouward(spelling) was named Elite Eleven MVP, anybody know who he commited to? just curious.
Your team. All the time.
UCLA I believe.
I followed the link given and scrolled the side bar for the other episodes
I know that CBJ, while at Cincinnati, recruited Woulard. But maybe W/R/K can answer the question as to why we didn't recruit him to UT. I mean, I am happy with the QB's we got, just curious as to why we didn't go after him here, or did they deem Dobbs a better "fit"?
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