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Anyone heard how his rehab is progressing? I'd heard that his injury was such that he may be able to do some work in bowl practice, but obviously on a limited basis. I know he won't factor into the depth chart again until next year, but it would be nice to see the guy gettin back to speed before the season ends.
TRADITION IS THE FOUNDATION GREAT PROGRAMS ARE BUILT UPON.
I hope he's 100% healthy. WIth him we beat LSU w/out the last minute drama, with him we'd be on favorites to beat GA, and crush ND. The guy could run, block, and catch. He would have brought a new dimension to the H Back.
The state is the great fictitious entity by which every man believes he can live at the expense of every other. - Frédéric Bastiat
Agreed. I think he's one of those guys that you don't say "he's the best fullback..""..HBack..""..running back...ever", but when the coaches sit down and look at ranking football players 1-85, he's got to be in the top 5. The guy is just a fantastic, hard nosed, team oriented football player. Blocks like a big fullback, has soft hands, runs like a smaller running back, and has a great attitude. 3rd and 2 is a lot different with him around, and that makes a big difference in the A&M game too, IYAM.
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