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Radioactive Man

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  1. My concern would be that one of the consistent messages this staff gives kids is that they will stick with the kid if the kids sticks with them. It's what has helped them hold onto kids when you see other programs have kids flipping left and right. If Aho announced before the staff okayed the announcement, then that's on the kid. But it's a bad precedent to set to have them commit to a kid and then back off. The biggest thing you hear from prospects is that this staff is up-front and honest. Pulling offers after announcing is the opposite of that.
  2. Mills makes the Oline look bad. The guy has absolutely no vision and consistently runs straight into the backs of his own Oline. When Washington and Wandale get the ball, there are suddenly holes they find. It’s not that the Oline is blocking differently. It’s that Mills rarely sees the hole. There should be no reason Wandale who is half the size has that much more success running between the tackles than Mills does.
  3. Lee not only makes some poor decisions, he is terribly inconsistent with his accuracy. Dline is stout against the run. But cannot generate pressure for the life of them. Lamar Jackson looked pretty bad a several plays. Theres a reason Tre Bryant became the feature back. Morgan has some fantastic ability but also has a tendancy to drop some very catchable passes. Someone needs to get the Offense to understand that when down by 2 TDs with less than 4 min on the clock they need to play with some urgency. They consistently let the play clock run to under 5 seconds
  4. That TD should help calm the Huskers down. More importantly, maybe it'll calm the jokers around here down. Good lord, we aren't even out of the first quarter yet and down by a TD. Of course that means the staff needs to be fired.
  5. Like I said, the line being drawn is strange. They post on twitter, a social media platform, specifically designed for interaction with other people. So pasting a publicly posted tweet to a message board of people who then obsessively discuss the content of the tweet is fine. Saying "congrats" or "welcome" on the social media platform that the same high school kid posted to, knowing it's a social media platform, is over the line. You are vastly over simplifying the issue. If it stopped at "congrats" or "welcome" great. But it doesn't. Fans go way over board especially when a play
  6. Like I said, the line being drawn is strange. They post on twitter, a social media platform, specifically designed for interaction with other people. So pasting a publicly posted tweet to a message board of people who then obsessively discuss the content of the tweet is fine. Saying "congrats" or "welcome" on the social media platform that the same high school kid posted to, knowing it's a social media platform, is over the line. You are vastly over simplifying the issue. If it stopped at "congrats" or "welcome" great. But it doesn't. Fans go way over board especially when a play
  7. Like I said, the line being drawn is strange. They post on twitter, a social media platform, specifically designed for interaction with other people. So pasting a publicly posted tweet to a message board of people who then obsessively discuss the content of the tweet is fine. Saying "congrats" or "welcome" on the social media platform that the same high school kid posted to, knowing it's a social media platform, is over the line.
  8. The line being drawn here is strange to say the least. It's not okay for an old man to tweet a high school kids "Welcome" or "Congrats!", because stalking. It is okay for an old may to follow a high school kid's twitter account religiously, immediately cut and paste their tweets onto anonymous message boards, and then talk about it with other old men for pages on end because not stalking.
  9. This Stop. The kids had grade issues. Move on.This
  10. Don't forget about the helmet to helmet that got called on Stafford as well. Stafford tackled the guy with his chest and got the PF as well.
  11. Yes, it was PI. He tried to box out Bell. Even if he did have his head turned to see the ball (which he did) that's PI. Much more than any of the 3 against us. I'll have to disagree on this. Having your off hand wrapped around a guy's waist before the ball gets there is clearly PI. I honestly think there might be a problem with the technique they're teaching the DBs. Having your head turn towards the ball and reaching for the ball, not trying to hold the guy's hands down is a very, very iffy call. I thought it was a terrible call, but personally was okay with it not because I'm a Hus
  12. Yes, it was PI. He tried to box out Bell. Even if he did have his head turned to see the ball (which he did) that's PI. Much more than any of the 3 against us. I'll have to disagree on this. Having your off hand wrapped around a guy's waist before the ball gets there is clearly PI. I honestly think there might be a problem with the technique they're teaching the DBs. Having your head turn towards the ball and reaching for the ball, not trying to hold the guy's hands down is a very, very iffy call. I thought it was a terrible call, but personally was okay with it not because I'm a Hus
  13. Yes, it was PI. He tried to box out Bell. Even if he did have his head turned to see the ball (which he did) that's PI. Much more than any of the 3 against us. I'll have to disagree on this. Having your off hand wrapped around a guy's waist before the ball gets there is clearly PI. I honestly think there might be a problem with the technique they're teaching the DBs. Having your head turn towards the ball and reaching for the ball, not trying to hold the guy's hands down is a very, very iffy call. I thought it was a terrible call, but personally was okay with it not because I'm a Hus
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