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Those are the top 2, who else we got out there?
Danielle Hunter, Jamario Rasco, Anthony FREAK Johnson.. DL wrecking crew of 2013.
Gurley was the best RB in the SEC last year.
My boy tre mason had thousand yards last year on one of worst auburn teams ever
That's three first round draft picks right their!
I think Matt Jones will explode on to the scene, he should at least
I like Marshall/Gurley of course
I think Yeldon is probably the best talent/whole package
I wouldn't sleep on Mike Davis for USCe although his talent level is slightly behind guys like Yeldon and Gurley, he is still a fantastic talent though
Im sure there are plenty of former recruiting all stars just waiting to let their names be known as well
Always plenty of RB talent in the SEC
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.
Can you imagine if lattimore was still at USC? Gurly, Yeldon, Hill, Latt. That's strong medicine.
Gurley > Hill
I have to admit, I didn't think he'd be a stud. Especially his senior year, it looked like he lost his explosiveness from his leg injury and he kind of ran like a p*ssy. He's always been built like a cyborg but he always looked to bounce things outside and avoid contact in HS.
He really transformed as a player around mid-season and looked especially good the last 2-3 weeks. I'm real comfortable with what UF has at RB with he and Taylor.
To early.. Hill didn't earn a starting spot or even play until almost mid season. He'll be a true Soph so tons of room for him to improve even more
People don't realize that he's 230 with real breakaway speed.
This post was edited by Lesticals 17 months ago
Yeah I feel you, but I always liked him
I remember thinking early on he was a lock for Miami
I first heard about him when he was a sophomore IIRC
Yeldon had more yards per carry and yards per reception ... Js
Whatever guy that gets the bulk of Auburn's carries will almost always go for over a thousand yards pretty easy in Gus' system.
They both avg around 6 yds per carry, iirc.
And Gurley had around 50 more carries.
This is an SEC thread. If you want I'll start you an ACC thread.
I won't show, just like Auburn in the postseason
Congrats on all of the FSU recent success under Jimbo and Trick.
Yeldon, Gurley, Hill in that order from the games I have watched (granted only a couple each). To the uneducated Hill is very underrated, he runs hard and is fast. But I'd still take the other two ahead of him.
Don't sleep on Brandon Williams from A&M. 5* in HS but sat out last year after transferring from OU. By all accounts has been a beast in practice it will be interesting to watch him.
Hill, Gurley, and Yeldon are all really good.
I think Hill is being underrated by a lot of guys, dude is a tractor with Ferrari speed and Evo moves.
University of Alabama: The high mark of college football since 1892
Thanks, it feels pretty good and its just getting started
Lets see, conference title = check
BCS win = check
Better record than Auburn for the past 2 seasons = check
14 sent to combine with at least 10 of those certain draft picks = check
FSU is oozing success right now while Auburn is still searching for it as your instate rival continues to thrust its manhood into your backside..... over..... and over..... and over again
FSU got their ass beat by the only SEC team it played (also an in-state manhood in your backside) and also couldn't even handle little ol' North Carolina State at 7-6 (who got drilled by a below par SEC Tennessee).
You're constantly playing for second place at best because FSU can't run the table in one of the worst football conferences in the country, fact.
Auburn has had a poor two years but you can win at Auburn and you can win it ALL. Not sure that's the case at FSU, mmm, burn...
This post was edited by abrooks85 17 months ago
Wait, you are not sure you can win it all at FSU? Don't they have as many BCS championships as you?
I am not an FSU fan, but that was a pretty dumb statement. I would think it would be a lot easier to win it all at FSU considering conference and in-state talent.
If you want the ultimate, you've got to be willing to pay the ultimate price. It's not tragic to die doing what you love.
FSU has run the table in the ACC 8 times brother, not sure where you get this idea they can't do it lol
Standard Auburn fan post imo, brags about the one time they won it all in the last 60 years... even though they straight cheated and still barely beat Oregon and Bama in route to the most tainted title of the last half century
Congrats I guess
Auburn defines everything that is wrong with college athletics
One would think that, but FSU with all it's high and mighty oozing of success can't make it happen
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