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Jeff Lee? There's your problem.
you're a moron
fsufsu said... I've got about 10 great stories on Lane but all you need to know is he will never be a loser, that's for sure.
I can't find anything that even remotely confirms this. TI not being in meltdown mode was my first clue.
Haha its over
been over IMO
This is the dumbest thing I've heard in a while
Who cares what players make the Pro Bowl? Half of the guys that are there are there because of guys pulling out of the game and because of fan voting. Not sure if you are aware of this but the only reason Cam played in the Pro Bowl is because Eli pulled out. The Pro Bowl is so overrated it's not even funny.
2009, 2011, 2012 Champs
Mad. Swag swag
I realize people pull out of the pro bowl, but they select alternates to replace anybody who pulls out ahead of time. They just dont randomly replace them. Cam was selected as the first alternate at quarterback for the NFC pro bowl team along with being rookie of the year. When a quarterback for the NFC pulled out of the game, Cam went in his place since he was the first alternate
He should have been behind Stafford as well.
Hey Trojans, LSU's 74 are better than your 75.
Pa, I think I catched one!!!!
Stafford should have been ahead of Eli as well
If Eli had not pulled out, Cam would not be a pro bowler. Tim Tebow was a pro bowl alternate and had no business being one either and I'm a Tebow fan. Rookie of the year is something I can't argue with but pro bowls is not a good way to argue who has produced better players.
BREAKING NEWS: Cooper Bateman has flipped his commitment to Auburn because Pat Sullivan won the Heisman in 1971.
Good... Foster needed a big time scout team tackling dummy
He will have four good years of making sure the laces are turned out as well
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I agree with you. But it's not like Auburn or their coaches developed Cam. He was on campus for less than a year and if anything, Malzahn held him back. Why in the hell didn't he let that guy throw the football in college?
I agree that it took Malzahn a long time to realize what he had in Cam, but Cam also made huge strides in his game under Gus. So to say he wasn't developed would be grossly inaccurate.
No one in their mind ever thought anyone but cam had anything to do with the success that he had..u cannot develop a player in one year..watch Dee Milliner who started his freshman year and this coming year and you will see what the word development means..Coaches put players in the right places to succeed, but i couldve put Cam in the right place..every coach can put the player in the right place, its getting them to perform at certain level and knowledge that is the difference..and one year doesnt correlate to "development"
no correlation there... Cam benefitted from being in a couple different systems and also learning from mistakes in his life off the field... Once any great athlete learns that he can't survive by ability alone, and starts putting in the work then he reaps the benefits. Also i don't believe in what you call putting a player in the right place. It's all about repetition, learning a system, learning from mistakes and trusting the guys around you.... You can't teach confidence. Your comparing a true freshman to a guy who played in three systems and was three years older by the time Gus got a hold of him... Of course I don't give Gus all the credit for Cam.... certainly Mullen and his JUCO coach helped him along the way, but for you to totally dismiss what Gus was able to do with him is ignorant.
I think you all forget exactly who it is we're talking about here, this is reuben foster guys the best I've ever seen in my short life coming out of high school. The guy has enough talent to go as a first rounder and probably top 5 no matter if he plays at auburn bama or Appalachian state it does not matter, this kid needs no ones help as far as the league goes as long as he does what he needs to in college.
Why So Serious?
Wow this thread is still here
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