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You guys think we will see any playing time for him this year, I Just have good feelings about him.
He would have played a lot last year had he not been injured. I think he'll bring some explosiveness to the offense.
Some people bring a knife to a gun fight. Mark Richt brings a Super Soaker 2000.
YES, there is absolutely no doubt he will play a big part in our 2012 offense. If he is completely healthy and can stay that way - we will see Dee Hart become a very important part of our overall success.
Such a great position to be in - especially after loosing maybe one of the most gifted runners ever to wear Crimson....considering we have at least 3, probably 4 backs (healthy of course) who could start and can carry the load if called upon. There are not many teams that are lucky enough to be in this position the year after one of their all time greats leaves for the NFL. And even more so, were coming off 2 of our all time greats leaving back to back. Amazing simply amazing what we are experiencing at Alabama.
.....and I'm not even including another couple of backs who could contribute very effectively to most all other teams around the country if given the opportunity. Shake your head with me in amazement and then smile because IT'S REAL!!!! -
Just a day in the life, I'm narrating the scene
The price of victory is high, but so are the rewards.
Losing doesn't make me want to quit. It makes me want to fight that much harder-Coach Paul "Bear" Bryant
I think he will play a role and be a valuable weapon for the offense. Excited to see him play.
I'm excited to watch the latest version of the 3 headed monster Alabama has at running back with Lacy, Hart, and Yeldon. The other guys like Sims, Fowler, Drake, etc. should provide good depth as well.
I've enjoyed having a stable of running backs like Ingram, Trent, and Upchurch in 2009 and Trent, Lacy, and Fowler in 2011.
Yes, but whatever you do, don't call him special or crimsonlawyer will be all over you.
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