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  1. All 3 QB's showed ability. Earle had a quick release and Aune looked much improved and more precise with his throws . At WR, Maclin is the real deal and provides the ability to stretch the field. When we get a few of the key receivers back to full strength along with Maclin, we should be solid. Running backs appear deep and will have the ability to run and chew clock. Oline appears to be in sync and better designed for the run game. I could see us living on the run to set up the pass. Defense had a lot of guys out but I expect to see more rotations especially upfront as compared to last year. Today they ran more 3-3 and 3-4 concepts with the Devil flexed to twins which seemed to allow more disruption in the short passing game. #98 is a real deal strong side DE and has a big motor. I see 59 and 15 working the Devil position as more hybrids than true DE's while flexed out, compared to Murphy (11) who played a true DE mostly. The DT's will rotate among 4-5 guys it seems. 30 looked solid at LB and appears to be filling the run better. 19 seemed to have dropped some weight and looked more like a safety build as compared to last year. They moved 36 from Eagle to LB due to depth it appears. 25 and 2 were out and I think there will be some adjustments in the back end moving forward. The deep ball got the D a few times. Kicking game will be solid again this season. My biggest take-away was it appeared team chemistry and overall mood was considerably better than last year. Everyone seemed to be upbeat with no drama. Just my 2 cents as a fan.
  2. Good luck to a great young man.
  3. Big loss. Started the last 31 games. O line depth was already a concern.
  4. Colorado offer today. Last Chance U alumni at ICC and then ICW.
  5. A Turnover and failed 4th down inside the 5 were unacceptable no matter what level of play. In addition to our time of possession being far inferior to Miami. Hard to win this way.
  6. Earle was the first to sign today
  7. I know this has been mentioned before that we probably have more scholarship QB's than most FBS programs and we will add to that number today. Seven is a big number. Do we have seven come spring practice? Aune Ruder Gilmore Martin Drummond Plus JD Head and Stone Earle (transfers)
  8. This team found some toughness and grit that had been lacking. The trenches looked different late this season compared to the past and early this season. You could see it building even though penalties were the by-product at the beginning. PB was chewing butt after every series and now you see him more managing his personnel. This also shows with our running style. Pounding the rock takes toughness. They found an identity.
  9. UTSA looks solid across the board and has some big thumpers. They will be a handful. UTSA looks better than Mizzou.
  10. Maybe it’s time to start benching those that continue with irresponsible personal fouls. We almost set an NCAA record for most penalty yards. When there are no consequences, the fouls will continue.
  11. Someone had to know the player’s cars were in a certain spot because the players were at the hotel. Suspicious timing and also that the two QBs were specificity hit hard it appears. Hope they get caught.
  12. Sorry to disagree but the personal fouls penalties were killers and one point #11 had 25 yards with with a hold and late hit. We were unraveled at that point. Gotta keep our heads in it to fix it.
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