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dcrockett17

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What I Learned from Dale Scott

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Argue every single call. "Both umpires also mentioned that if Torres touched the base, why didn’t he or first base coach Tom Goodwin seem surprised and protest the call?"

Two Post-Game Thoughts: Southeast Louisiana

The first game is in the books! And based on my quick perusal of the Sunday beat writers, no major injuries. So that's all to the good. Any game, regardless of opponent, provides some diagnostic (...

Did Wilson 'Step up into the Pocket' at Wisconsin?

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I was looking for instances of him stepping up into the pocket behind that big offensive line. Mostly, he drops back and sets far behind the line. However, he does step up/set up deep inside the pocket at times: 3:24, 4:47, 5:47, 5:55, 7:25-7:30

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The Broncos Should Be in the Mix for Jackson

With rumors circulating that Seattle is fielding offers for one-time starting QB Tarvaris Jackson, it certainly appears that the team is keeping Jackson on ice in order to avoid an injury that...

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Mythbusting the SEC: What About 'The U'?

In a recent fanpost, in response to the question of which BCS conference produces the most elite NFL talent, I coded NFL All-Pro rosters for appearances by BCS conference (plus an aggregate...

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Mythbusting the SEC: A Follow-Up

A few days ago DocNice did a nice series on the question of whether the SEC fields more talented football players than any other conference. I have lived in South Carolina since 2002, and the truth...

Jayson Palgren, tryout with Seahawks

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Former Tigers C/G got a free agent tryout at center with Seattle, and was at the rookie/free agent mini-camp this week. There's not a lot of center experience on the roster behind Max Unger, particularly with John Moffit coming off injury. So, he has a shot.

Let the Jordanity Ensue!

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Anyone? Anyone? [Tap Tap] Is this thing on? Jordanity? Great job by the kid. Great win.

Updated Team-By-Team Depth Charts (Ourlads)

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I'd take who-slots-where with a huge grain of salt, but here is a team-by-team look at who is on every NFL roster as of May 3, 2012. Ourlads Scouting Service put these depth charts behind a pay wall for a bit (iirc), but now they are apparently back--and we thank them for it. Thank you Ourlads.

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Is There Any Wisdom Coming from the Peanut Gallery?

The aftermath of the NFL Draft always brings with it the cold reality of post-draft squawking from the proverbial peanut gallery that inevitably rankles some fans. If I may digress momentarily;...

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Is "Drafting for Need" No Longer a Mortal Sin?

Last night's first round was certainly interesting. This is usually where I should take a shot at mock drafts, and how they are so stupid, don't know squat, yadda, yadda. I'm really not interested...

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OT: HIV/AIDS & Dining Out for Life

This Thursday, April 26th in over 60 cities across the US and Canada, literally thousands of people will join the fight against HIV & AIDS in their communities by dining in thousands of...

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2012 Mock Draft, Version 2.0

See version 1 from early February. My updated assumptions for the mock are: (1) No trades, (2) Each selection features the player I think is the best option (with some consideration of team needs)...

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New Football Commit

Per Terez Paylor's tweet: "DeSmet '14 OL Andy Bauer just tweeted that he's decided to commit to #Mizzou. Bauer (6-5, 290) has offers from Auburn, Arkansas, OSU, Mich."

Two Norfolk State Post-Game Thoughts

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With about 8 minutes or so to go I decided to sit back and just enjoy a truly great basketball game as it unfolded. I'm no masochist. I hate to lose as much as any fan, though I try to keep my...

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Sounding the Nerd Alarm: I have KenPom Questions Need Answerin'

So, I like Ken Pomeroy's stats. They are awesome nerdy goodness. However, the site does not in any way dispel the notion that "user friendly"only means that whomever wrote the code understands what...

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Two Texas Post-Game Thoughts

On my way to the gym so I'll make this quick. (Master my ass, indeed!) 1. To quote Bill C: "Oh, Flip (Phlip)." To quote the incomparable Keith Jackson (or Daffy Duck, whichever): This (err, check...

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Two Oklahoma State Post-Game Thoughts

In the words of Sprite pitchman Miles Thirst, "King-sized waterbed, plasma screen, blah blah blah." The game was almost boring in its efficiency. State had nothing left for the game, and due in...

Two Texas Tech Post-Game Thoughts

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After a sluggish first half, Mizzou opened up the floor--not to mention a can--in the second half. 1. Move along people. Nothing to see here. Mizzou did what it needed to do against a game, but...

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Two Iowa State Post Game Thoughts

1. A very "Andre Miller" game, indeed. The Cyclones did their thing where they keep your defense off-balance with Royce White, the rest of the guys throw up threes like they're going out of style,...

Two Kansas Post-Game Thoughts

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Tough loss, but not a devastating one. Congrats to Kansas. Hate. Hate. Hate. Hate. Hate. Respect too. As far as seeding is concerned there is MUCH basketball remaining, so no need to really worry...

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Two K-State Post-Game Thoughts

You can't really sum it up much better than today's study hall, especially since I only got to see the 2nd half. So if you haven't already, head there first and come back. I'll wait... Okay. 1. M...

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Two Texas A&M Post-Game Thoughts

1. Kimmeh's! Really a Forward. What a great all-around game we saw from Kimmeh! yesterday in College Station. As I watched the umpteenth Mizzou game with Fran Fraschilla I noticed that he continues...

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Two Okie State Post-Game Thoughts

Busy week. So I couldn't get to this straightaway. 1. Lordy. So, to be perfectly honest with you I don't think I had seen this team really play with a chip on its shoulder prior to this game....

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Two Baylor Post-Game Thoughts

I wish I was around for the live thread for this game. How exciting. Thank goodness for ESPN3 though. 1. Mizzou has what Clark Kellogg calls "spurtability". I'm one of those people who thinks the...

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2012 Mock Draft, Version 1.0

With the 2012 off-season now unofficially underway, I figured I'd post my first mock of the off-season. A thousand different people will do mocks a thousand different ways. My preference,...

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Two Oklahoma Post-Game Thoughts

Soooooooo, to paraphrase a scene from an old Simpsons episode: Was this a good ending or a bad ending? It's an ending. That's enough. 1. Hat Tip to Lon Kruger and a game bunch of Sooners. I don't...

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Two Kansas Post-Game Thoughts

[Bumped to the front page.] Had to pay the Mrs. some attention on Saturday, so I just watched the game on ESPN3. Kansas got their 71st point on a Taylor dunk with 3 minutes and change left. They...

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Signing Day Speculation: Who Sees the Field in 2012?

So, it looks like Mizzou is going to sit tight with this class of 18 signees. Evan Boehm OL 6-3 290 Torey Boozer LB 6-3 210 Harold Brantley DL 6-2 260 Levi Copelin WR 6-2 170 Chaston Cuffee DB...

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