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Zeek

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  1. 16 minutes ago, Tiger said:

    We might as well not even mention it anymore tbh it will only set people up for disappointment. I'd say there's a less than 1% chance it happens as things stand today and that's being generous I'd say

    Agreed, it's exciting we're becoming a program where 1-and-done is going to become more and more common.

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  2. Domio and some of our other secondary players should be better at forcing tour overs than what we’ve seen recently.

     We have 3 receivers who could have signed anywhere in this class.

    Gained absolutely critical interior OL depth.

    Zy Walker is a huge pickup for a depleted DL.

    Wesley Steiner has the potential to be as good or better than Owen Pappoe. Those two together will he the most athletic LB tandem we’ve seen in a long time in terms of ability and drive. He won’t beat out Britt yet but he’ll have meaningful reps preparing for the future.

    Defense will take a step back this year so offense is going to have to make up for it.

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  3. 5 hours ago, gr82be said:

    https://www.foxnews.com/sports/college-football-player-slams-officer-on-concrete-video

     

    Things got ugly for Michael Harris quickly. Wow!

     

    College football player slams officer onto concrete during heated altercation, video shows

    College football player body slams Ohio police officer, video shows

    Raw video: Dash cam footage appears to show an Eastern Kentucky football player getting into an altercation with Ohio police officers during a traffic stop.

    An altercation between a college football player and Ohio police officers Monday during a traffic stop ended up with the man slamming one of the officers, dashcam video shows.

    Harris at one point puts his hands up while being patted down. More words are exchanged and one officer appears to put one of his hands on the back of the player’s head. Harris then tries to get back into the vehicle, but is pushed away and officers try to arrest the man.

    After one of the officers appeared to strike Harris, the redshirt sophomore picks the officer up and slams him to the ground. An additional officer comes over to help, and another officer takes something out of their holster before putting it back in and trying to pull Harris off.

    Harris is facing a felony assault charge and misdemeanor resisting arrest, obstructing official business and disorderly conduct while intoxicated charges.

    Police had originally been called to the area because a local business reported an aggressive man who didn’t work there and wouldn’t leave, WBNS-TV reported, citing sources.

    The police officer was uninjured.

    Eastern Kentucky has not commented on the arrest.

    Harris played 11 games at Auburn in 2019 before transferring to Eastern Kentucky.

    Well I sure don't respect that stupid a** decision. My God, what in the hell goes through your head to say anything other than "yes sir" to an armed police officer. Honestly, with that level of assault he's lucky he wasn't shot.

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  4. I'm excited about the concept even though I definitely wouldn't be able to afford whatever they charged and most of the time it's too hot outside for me to mix in drinking. Plus it's loud, it's way worse to spill than soda, etc.

    However, if the university benefits from it any way than I'm a supporter. Maybe it could help offset ticket costs and make season tickets affordable for a teacher again? No? Okay.

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  5. I wish we'd boat race Bama but I guess rivals are always hard to handle even at home. Good game and another gritty performance even without Okoro towards the end of the game. Hope Okoro is okay. I've never been more frustrated with officiating in basketball before. There were times they were obviously flopping without contact and they would hit us for a foul but Austin Wiley can get tackled and the refs don't even glance at it.

    Props to whatever fan yelled so loud I could hear them over the BSPN announcers drooling about Bama who, I assume towards the refs, said "DID NICK SABAN GIVE YOU BUMBS A CHECK OR SOMETHING?!"

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  6. 38 minutes ago, Brad_ATX said:

    I actually had a similar thought.  Go to 12:00 quarters since that's what they play in high school.  Would cut game time to 2 1/2 hours easily.

    That's what I'm saying! I enjoy it but getting more free time on the weekend after its over would make easier negotiations with the Mrs.

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  7. 12 hours ago, bigbird said:

    ...would you say has been the
    1. Biggest surprise
    2. The biggest bust
    3. The biggest disappointment
    4. The most underrated
    5. The most underutilized
    6. The one you could have one more year

    RBs 2000-2019

    Rudi Johnson
    Heath Evans
    Caddy
    Ronnie
    Tre Smith
    Brandon Jacobs
    Kenny Irons
    Brad Lester
    Carl Stewart
    Ben Tate
    Mario Fannin
    Ontario McCaleb
    Michael Dyer
    Tre Mason
    CAP
    Corey Grant
    Peyton Barber
    Kam Pettway
    Jovon Robinson
    Kerryon Johnson
    Kam Martin
    Boobee
    Shaun Shivers
    DJ Williams
    Harold Joiner

    For me
    1. Tre Mason
    2. Jovon Robinson
    3. Michael Dyer
    4. Kenny Irons
    5. Kam Martin, Carl Stewart, or Brandon Jacobs
    6. Ronnie Brown

    I'm about on the same page:

    1. Tre Mason - played on a terrible team at first and really committed to bulking himself up. Had one of the best seasons in SEC running back history that isn't discussed often enough.

    2. Jovon Robinson - holy cow he really could have been something.

    3. Michael Dyer - Auburn LOVED this kid with everything we had and it felt like a slap to everyone's face when he couldn't simply act right. A real damn shame. After his freshman campaign it seemed like the world was his...

    4. Ben Tate - the dude was a damn wrecking ball and an absolute gamer. Loves Auburn and he was the best back in the state. He wasn't a flashy runner but man he was reliable.

    5. Kam Martin - some fans here love sh****** on him but he had a lot of talent that wasn't remotely used correctly. They tried using a square peg for the circle hole.

    6. Peyton Barber - not the best on the list but he was one that I felt could have used one more year of college ball. He's busted his tail for a bad Buc's team in Tampa.

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