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Team is starting to get into a rhythm ....
Even when they are losing, they stay the course.
Some of the younger guys are also getting solid experience (Reiber, Miller).
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Serious competition on the O-line next year!!!
Just what the doctor ordered.
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Agree that it's too early to tell with Simon...
The kid has good size and solid arm strength. To the extent he has a red-shirt year still available to him means he could have four more years to contribute — even if only during practice.
QB’s take time to develop. Why is there a belief that if a 17, 18 or 19 year old isn’t ready to start on day 1 on campus he is a bust? People do get better with over the course of several years with a program. Perhaps Simon will too when he is 22, 23 (or maybe 24) years of age.
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Is it possible, it also means Rutgers isn't as far off as we think?
I don’t want to sell Wake Forest short … remember, Rutgers played a team in the college football semi-final (maybe final) to within 7 on the road. It’s a thin line between average (6-7 wins) and elite (9-10 wins). This solid Wake Forest team goes 8 – 4 in the B1G East and 9 – 3 in the West.
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If anyone has turned the corner this year, maybe it's UnitedWhofans...
Never seen so many positive comments as this year… Welcome to the party!!!
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There's something there with Gavin....
He underthrew some long balls, threw a pick, slid too early just before the first down (showing a lack of awareness), BUT ….
He has an incredible pocket presence, stands tall in the pocket, and did I mention … HE HAD THE ABILITY TO THROW THE BALL WAY DOWNFIELD!!!!
He has a lot to learn, but Gleeson has a lot to work with!!!
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So let me get this straight .....
1) Rutgers has no defensive coordinator;
2) Its best players are training for the NFL and various senior bowls (Pacheco, Fatukasi, Melton, Fogg, etc.); and
3) they will only have about five or six practices to prepare – against a team that was at the top of a Power 5 conference and has had weeks to practice and stay sharp.
Football is a physically demanding sport, and you don’t play unless you are totally prepared. This is not looking good.