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Old 12-14-2012, 04:09 PM
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Default Scouting The Gildan New Mexico Bowl

Did this last year. Starts out kinda slow but gets very buzy later in the bowl season.



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DEC 15, 1:00 PM, ESPN

ARIZONA

DAN BUCKNER, WR


Former big time prospect that transferred from Texas after off-field issues. Big receiver with sure hands. Think Armon Binns with talent.


NEVADA

DUKE WILLIAMS, SS


Hard hitting SS that excels in run support. Garnered 100 tackles this year, 5.5 TFL, 3 FF, and 8 PDs.
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Ka'Deem Carey/Arizona was leading the nation in rushing at one point.

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Best time of year, with the Bowls and the bfine32 scouting department re-opening.
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Best time of year, with the Bowls and the bfine32 scouting department re-opening.
Yeah he's got a horseshoe up his arse when it comes to FF () but his bowl game NFL prospect coverage is second to none.
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Yeah he's got a horseshoe up his arse when it comes to FF () but his bowl game NFL prospect coverage is second to none.
You liked what that Bengal D, did to ya, don't ya?
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You liked what that Bengal D, did to ya, don't ya?
I had them and Gresham at one point. Andy's 2 late td's were the ones that hurt the most though. Your matchups and lineup are looking pretty darn good for you this week.

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The Nevada RB (Stephon Jefferson) will also be one to keep an eye on. Big, workhorse type back with over 1700 rushing yards this season.

The Arizona RB (Ka'Deem Carey) will be one to keep an eye on for the future. Could challenge those SEC backs (Yeldon, Gurley) for best young RB in the nation.
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I have watched Arizona play about 4 times this season and Carey has looked good everytime.
Only a Soph but man he's shifty.
About time for Jefferson to get involved. He should finish with a good game as well.

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I have watched Arizona play about 4 times this season and Carey has looked good everytime.
Only a Soph but man he's shifty.
About time for Jefferson to get involved. He should finish with a good game as well.
I agree, kid is tearing it up and juking like a madman. That last TD run was like watching someone playing NCAA.
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About time for Jefferson to get involved..
124 yards in the 1st half.
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124 yards in the 1st half.
Yeah I missed most of the first quarter and wasn't sure where his yardage stood till the second half kicked off.
I tuned in just in time to see Carey playing x-box.
Jefferson looking really good right now. Getting close to 200 yards.
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Someone needs to get an APB on a defense. Any defense. Blah.

These types of teams really turn me off to college football. I like pro style so much better.

Regardless, RB from AZ is looking pretty good, even in Rich Rod's gimmick offense.
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I feel like I'm watching rich rod coach back at Michigan with how bad his d is.
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Man I'm all for player safety but these new rules are killing the game of football..
Come on man!
Nevada's qb deserves an academy award for that one.He's dead after the "helmet hit"!...but.... Holy Moses it's a Miracle! Comes back in on the next play to run for a td...jeesh.

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