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I don't think Bama is interested, but lots are. Be interesting to watch how Malzahn handles this.
What is he pissed about??
this about the cell phone?
About dropping in the 247 rankings?
What you talk'in bout Willis?
Which Johnson and why is he mad?
About Lance's Oprah interview?
Guess the word "barn" earned me a downer. Lol
Well, Gus is driving the short bus these days.
This post was edited by centralfam 15 months ago
They are saying they are bringing him in as a DB
I hope the kid does not fall for the barns lies.
lol a db.... thats desperate.
lol right and we are bringing in Parker Mcleod to play LB for us. pfffffffff hahhahaa.
According to their latest article about him, he will get his first shot at quarterback.
Gus has had tremendous success with JUCO QB's with theft charges.
This. I absolutely cannot see any qb on their roster ever being good enough to be a standout qb. Frazier is no good and the other guy showed promise only because he completed a pass or 2 or got a first down every now and then. Mosely is gone as well. This guy came to aub to be a qb.
I believe its possible that this guy, given his one yr of college ball, may beat out the 2 on the roster while JJ learns the system and possibly redshirts if this juco guy can handle the offense.
Neither of the 2 are early enrollees so it may be tough beating out Frazier in the beginning. If it doesnt work out this way then the juco guy will go to db. This would likely happen mid yr and by then he would be ineffective the rest of the year and then only have 1 year left to make an impact.
Brian Mathews just was saying Marshall is likely qb.
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