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Old 11-17-2012, 08:36 PM
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Skov is having a very good game so far.
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Austin's tearing it up.
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Old 11-17-2012, 10:37 PM
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It's nice to see that the refs are trying to **** Oregon at every opportunity.

Taylor has looked really solid this game.

Edit: A minute after posting that he fumbles haha
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How are the refs trying to do anything to Oregon? Oregon has played like ****.
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Old 11-17-2012, 10:57 PM
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How are the refs trying to do anything to Oregon? Oregon has played like ****.
They've played really bad, but the refs have made quiet a few bad calls.

Then there's the whole them taking forever deliberating when they do throw a flag.
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Old 11-17-2012, 11:01 PM
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They've played really bad, but the refs have made quiet a few bad calls.

Then there's the whole them taking forever deliberating when they do throw a flag.
Stop.
Oregon isn't playing well. Has nothing to do with the refs. Nothing.
If Stanford hadn't been shooting itself in the foot, Oregon is down big.
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Old 11-17-2012, 11:16 PM
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Stop.
Oregon isn't playing well. Has nothing to do with the refs. Nothing.
If Stanford hadn't been shooting itself in the foot, Oregon is down big.
I know they're playing bad. That is why I said "they've played very bad".

And Oregon has "shot itself in the foot" just as much as Stanford. They should of had that huge running TD by their QB, but the RB decided to race him instead of blocking.

Hogan also threw what should of been a pick 6.

Both teams have played pretty sloppy, but my original post was merely commenting on how the officiating crew is horrid.
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Old 11-17-2012, 11:19 PM
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There is a perfect example.

I don't see how that was PI.
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Old 11-17-2012, 11:22 PM
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There is a perfect example.

I don't see how that was PI.
Your original point was they were ****ing Oregon.
They just handed Oregon a 1st.
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Old 11-17-2012, 11:24 PM
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Your original point was they were ****ing Oregon.
They just handed Oregon a 1st.
Yes they were.

Clearly they felt guilty so they threw them a ******** call to appease the fans.
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Didn't watch the Stan-Oregon game, but did anyone watch Chase Thomas any? How did he look?
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Old 11-18-2012, 12:50 AM
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Draft Tavon Austin. Play him on ST, a little RB, Slot, etc....
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Draft Tavon Austin. Play him on ST, a little RB, Slot, etc....

I agree he is a beast.
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Baccari Rambo is a playmaker.
Ripped the ball out of the RB as he was trying to gain more yards.
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Old 11-24-2012, 12:33 PM
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Baccari Rambo is a playmaker.
Ripped the ball out of the RB as he was trying to gain more yards.
He and Ogletree are 2 must haves fron this draft for me.
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He and Ogletree are 2 must haves fron this draft for me.
Rambo: 2 FF, 1 FR, 1 INT.
Not even halftime.

Ogletree will and should stay at UGA IMO.
He needs to bulk up a little bit. He is a little lanky right now and if he can add 10 lbs and play a full season he could be a top 15 pick next year.
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After watching this game, I honestly wouldn't mind taking Rambo in the 2nd round. Definitely going to be a steal for whoever gets him
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Rambo: 2 FF, 1 FR, 1 INT.
Not even halftime.

Ogletree will and should stay at UGA IMO.
He needs to bulk up a little bit. He is a little lanky right now and if he can add 10 lbs and play a full season he could be a top 15 pick next year.
Ogletree is a man child. He's already being projected as a first rounder which most coaches agree means go pro. I think he plays bigger than he is, but I would gladly give him the time to add some weight in our off season program.
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After watching this game, I honestly wouldn't mind taking Rambo in the 2nd round. Definitely going to be a steal for whoever gets him
Sean Williams would be a solid pick up as well. I doubt he makes it to the 4th though.
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Ogletree is a man child. He's already being projected as a first rounder which most coaches agree means go pro. I think he plays bigger than he is, but I would gladly give him the time to add some weight in our off season program.
What people on the interwebs project and what the NFL scouts grade him as will be very different. He will be given a 2nd round grade likely because of his suspension.
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Werner is showing his explosion early. Florida doing a good job making sure there is a guard right there to help and running some quick plays to keep the rush back.

Elam just got a pick off a punt/throw by EJ Manuel.
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Sack Werner.
Beat the tackle off the edge and ripped under him.
Showed impressive closing speed on Driskel who tried to escape.
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Landry Jones es muy malo.

I pity the team that drafts him as a future starter.
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Landry Jones es muy malo.

I pity the team that drafts him as a future starter.
A team with an aging QB might in the 3rd or 4th as a project guy.
No one will pin their franchise on him.
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Werner is showing his explosion early. Florida doing a good job making sure there is a guard right there to help and running some quick plays to keep the rush back.

Elam just got a pick off a punt/throw by EJ Manuel.
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I like Werner.... I don't like Elam
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