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for me was seeing Eddie running over people again and watching his determination to fight for every yard. His impact on our team both emotionally and setting the tone physically is understated. And my runner up moment was seeing us break Arky's will to compete. (that never gets old)
Best part for you?
Best Eddie has looked this year. I think he is finally getting healthy. He had his burst back yesterday & looked good running the ball.
agreed. He got his "mojo" back...
1960 Les Paul
He was hitting the holes with explosion and refused to be stopped. No dancing. No pausing to find bigger holes. He was hitting what he had and was simply a force. I was excited to see it. He looked more like Jalston or how he looked last year when he spelled Trent.
My favorite part of any game is when we have dominated to the point that we put in the freshman to get experience. It means we pounding a team and we are buildIng depth.
one more question...do you think Eddie's perfomance was strictly due to his recovery from injuries or do you think the loss of Fowler caused him to step up in his leadership and as a result came to play with a different attitude? I think he's stepping up his leadership. CNS has been tallking about wanting to see more leadership on this team for quit a while. Maybe Eddie is ready to shoulder some of that now.
When they showed the hog fans after we went up 17-0, kind of like the kid with cancer on the Stanley's Cup episode of South Park "No Hope..."
This post was edited by Moodyball 19 months ago
Eddie is getting healthier, thus runnin better. He said so himself after the game.
The price of victory is high, but so are the rewards.
"Nobody makes me bleed my own blood, nobody!"
Leadership on Offense has not been the problem. It's on D that there is concern
Not that the D isn't husseling or playing hard. A lack of an Alpha Dog.
Not to take away from Lacy. The kid came to play and looked great yesterday.
He is not 100% yet, probably 90% thus the weekly improvement, but hell, I will take 90% of a healthy EL anytime if he looks like he did today!
Watch out for the Spin-move. It is coming...RTR!
Seeing the 2's, 3's, and 4's compete was awesome. I had to watch the game in Boston, and the guys in my company were like, "...those Bama guys don't let up."
Watching all the Arkansas fans leave early and moving down to the lower level to watch the rest of the game
I think the difference in Eddie's performance yesterday (which was striking) was due to him feeling better physically. I think he even said after the game that he still doesn't feel 100% but much better than he did in the first two weeks. In any case, it was great to see him back to what he was doing last year. If he continues to run like he did yesterday, he could be headed for a big year.
The state is the great fictitious entity by which every man believes he can live at the expense of every other. - Frédéric Bastiat
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