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6'7" 240 lbs and he can't add weight? I'm not sure I understand what "maxed out" means in this context. I'm not watching the game, BTW, but have seen him play.
I mean that he has a very slender build. He is listed at 240 now and looks as though he has no room to grow. He does not possess broad shoulders, or a thick chest or thighs; the places where one can usually add extra bulk or muscle.
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Not anymore. What a momentum swing that was.
Blew coverage on the pass.
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Yes.
But I know the play you want to talk about, he wasn't a ball carrier.
No I don't want to talk about that.

I was thinking about a different bowl game. Can't remember which. But the announcer was crying helmet to helmet every two minutes. When the guy was clearly a ball carrier he would still do it. Made me think maybe the rules were different.
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IDK if he can succeed in space. I love his talent but question his success in the scheme.

Barner is so unimpressive. All straight line speed.
DeAnthony Thomas on the other hand some incredible wiggle and stop/go speed.
You can't go by just one game.
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You can't go by just one game.
I'm not? I've said that all year about him.
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I mean that he has a very slender build. He is listed at 240 now and looks as though he has no room to grow. He does not possess broad shoulders, or a thick chest or thighs; the places where one can usually add extra bulk or muscle.

That's quite an analysis of a young man's body you did there.
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Nice make up for the "lost in the lights" play by Barner, earlier.
I could have scored on that play two months removed from ACL surgery.
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I mean that he has a very slender build. He is listed at 240 now and looks as though he has no room to grow. He does not possess broad shoulders, or a thick chest or thighs; the places where one can usually add extra bulk or muscle.
All he's gotta do is hit the gym about 6 days a week and eat like a horse and he'll gain some weight and muscle. Maybe not easily but he could do it.
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That's quite an analysis of a young man's body you did there.
lol it made me feel dirty.
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Nice make up for the "lost in the lights" play by Barner, earlier.
It's easy to score when both guys in the area charge the QB and leave no one within 10 yards of you in any direction
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All he's gotta do is hit the gym about 6 days a week and eat like a horse and he'll gain some weight and muscle. Maybe not easily but he could do it.
He might not. Some guys just aren't genetically built for it.
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I'm not? I've said that all year about him.
And I'm not the only one who thinks it.
So you'd take Franklin over him?
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So you'd take Franklin over him?
Id consider Franklin over him yes, he has had ball security issues in the past so I am wary on him as well.
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Id consider Franklin over him yes, he has had ball security issues in the past so I am wary on him as well.
Yeah I agree but it seems like the last cpl yrs he's done much better with that.
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All he's gotta do is hit the gym about 6 days a week and eat like a horse and he'll gain some weight and muscle. Maybe not easily but he could do it.
That's the thing, he already does. The kid is jacked up, totally cut. He just doesn't have anywhere else to put more muscle. He's not a big 6'7" like MJ or Dunlap. They are thick, tall guys. Jordan looks like a muscled up Ethiopian marathoner or like Manute Bol if he did a lot of bench and curls.
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That's the thing, he already does. The kid is jacked up, totally cut. He just doesn't have anywhere else to put more muscle. He's not a big 6'7" like MJ or Dunlap. They are thick, tall guys. Jordan looks like a muscled up Ethiopian marathoner or like Manute Bol if he did a lot of bench and curls.
I spit out my water.
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I spit out my water.
Bravo.
Just doin my job, sir
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It's even better because I really agree with you.
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Klein is awful.
This will be a joke of a game if he doesn't turn it up
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Klein is awful.
This will be a joke of a game if he doesn't turn it up
game is over now honestly.
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game is over now honestly.
Kiko Alonso has looked good tonight for Oregon.
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I played Football for 17 years and have never seen a 1 point safety..
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Bout time I see Brown doing something.
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Bout time I see Brown doing something.
Brown's brother was the Eagles RB who had the fumbles at the end of the year.
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Did i miss something, where is Dion Jordan?
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