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triangletiger

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  1. I like JJ (at least the little I know about him), but this sounds like sour grapes. I'm not sure who would have blackballed him, but it was pretty clear from his play at Auburn in 2015 that he was a long way from being an NFL QB. Whether that blame lies with him or the coaches (for not helping him develop), or whether he just didn't have the talent or confidence to be QB1, I don't know.
  2. We've had a number of players that fit that mold. Ryan Davis and Boobie Whitlow come to mind.
  3. It's a feeder position for future OTs.
  4. I know it's sort of apples to oranges with J'Von coming from JUCO and Jared Harper coming from HS, but Jared was a much improved player in his 2nd year at Auburn. Perhaps we'll see a similar improvement in J'Von.
  5. Can a coach who consistently turns in mediocre results be considered a good coach? What makes him good?
  6. I agree with you. I just don't think that's Dabo's way (even if he did come from bammer). I think he, like Gus, is a genuinely good guy who cares about his players and coaches as people and not just for what they can do to win football games.
  7. While Clemson could probably be successful using the Saban approach, I don't think he would do that. Based on what I've observed of him, I suspect his approach is much closer to Gus' than Saban's .
  8. You're not too far from me. I live in Cabarrus County east of Charlotte. To stay on topic: I looked at Lombardi's profile on Wikipedia as I was curious to know whether he's related to Vince Lombardi. (He's not.) One thing I read was that he has a son on the coaching staff at Baylor. Kind of sheds new light on his statement that Stidham would have been better off staying at Baylor.
  9. I assumed he meant Auburn QBs, but maybe I misinterpreted.
  10. Canella looked to be open for the intermediate gain, too, if he needed to get rid of it sooner.
  11. I think Grimes is getting support in recruiting from the other coaches on staff.
  12. He's a pretty good defensive backs coach, too.