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Coach Andy Mac

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  1. I thought we might lose something when Wintrich left but that doesn't appear to be the case. If anything we may have improved at that position.
  2. There will not be a QB now or in the future who will score higher on Chico's written tests than McNulty. If anything McNulty's grade sets the curve. If Chico continues to use this test to determine playing time McNulty will remain the starter.
  3. How many do you lack and which ones have you seen?
  4. RIP Beyond the Green.

  5. http://southland.org/news/2015/2/18/GEN_0218151103.aspx?path=general
  6. Offensive OutlookSokol threw for 3,436 yards and 30 touchdowns as the field general for offensive coordinator Tony Peterson. Replacing Sokol is former Florida quarterback Jeff Driskel who transferred to Louisiana Tech to play his final season of college football after a disappointing career with the Gators. Driskel was a former top recruit who struggled with turnovers and staying healthy during his time in Gainesville, but the chance for a happy ending exists in this system that should be a welcome sight for Driskel after his offensive coaching staff at Florida was in a constant state of flux. Playing in a system that made Sokol so effective should allow for Driskel’s natural athleticism to shine and give him the chance he didn’t have at Florida to make plays. Granted, turnovers are his Achilles heel and his propensity to throw an ill-advised pass and penchant for the fumble will have to be monitored by Holtz and Peterson to make sure Driskel doesn’t put the team in a hole. Helping Driskel out on the offense is running back Kenneth Dixon who returns after rushing for a team-high 1,299 yards and 22 touchdowns. The 5-10, 212-pound rising senior had six, 100-yard games and six games with multiple rushing touchdowns as a junior. read more: http://saturdayblitz.com/2015/06/04/louisiana-tech-bulldogs-football-2015-season-preview/
  7. the backfield yet, but running back Lance Dunbar has been shining at OTAs. Per ESPN's Todd Archer, Dunbar stole the show at Wednesday's practice. "If they handed out MVP of the day trophies, then it would have gone to running back Lance Dunbar. He caught four passes from Tony Romo in the two-minute drill work to close the first-team’s work in practice and had the linebackers on skates in seven-on-seven drills. Perhaps this really is the year the Cowboys use Dunbar more." Dunbar is expected to compete for the third-string running back position, but with Darren McFadden sidelined with a hamstring injury, he got a few extra carries on Wednesday. The former UNT produced has a unique skill set that other Cowboys running backs don't have. The 5-8 scatback can get to the outside quicker than the rest and has excellent hands out of the backfield. read more: http://dal.247sports.com/Bolt/Lance-Dunbar-draws-praise-from-Cowboys-OTAs-37594830
  8. Is it football season yet?

  9. Holtz makes quick mark at Louisiana Tech
  10. Greer could play an important role in ushering in some transfers as he played at UAB.
  11. Guy has corage to come up with original idea and gets lambasted.the fanbase would triple if you played in spring.
  12. I like it. Can you make it opposite wgreen eyeglasses?
  13. Whos the big dude on the right? Need him at dt, guy on far left big too.
  14. Have they looked at the QB? He short but throws a good passes.
  15. I don't think they have ever played in these conditions before. Hope they have coats.
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