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Why are you Bammers so confident in him? Only one RB has had any success vs. the Irish.
Who is NoVa?
It will be the best offensive line Notre Dame has seen..
"Get in where you fit in." Life is, Too Short TL;DR
Notre Dame will probably face more of Kenyan Drake than Eddie Lacy. He usually comes in when it gets out of hand.
This post was edited by DrStache 19 months ago
I forgot they played Stanford too, It will be 'one of the best' offensive lines they have seen.
They'd probably be more worried if it was 1 vs 11, Lacy vs the ND defense.
You notice there are 10 other players on the field along with Lacy?
Notre Dame hasn't played an offense as good as Alabama. I don't see how this can be disputed.
Just messing around. Bama is definitely the best line ND will have faced. Stanford was pretty good too.
jadennis! You and your facts don't belong ITT.
I am not hating at all but Lacy is a product of the system the same way Ingram was. Nothing really special about him and it is not hard to run through holes that are 3 yards wide. Now, Yeldon is a different story and I expect him to probably win the Heisman at some point during his career because of his talent not because of the system.
This post was edited by LaBornNRaised 19 months ago
Who had a better line or better running game that Notre Dame has faced?
Stanford is 51st in the nation at 173 yards per game. Good, but not great.
Alabama is 19th at 225 yards per game.
^^^^^ That's what I get for taking too long to finish a post while I try to work.
Yeah, but Wilson Whorton is the 4th best backup punter Notre Dame has faced this year....so it kind of evens out.
Maybe that's what the OP was really getting at.
Oklahoma says hi.
You are an idiot
What about TJ Yeldon?
Yeah...system guy too.
Same with Cam Newton. Vince Young. Reggie Bush. Sam Bradford. Tim Tebow. Andrew Luck.
And every other great player in the history of college football. "System" player is about the most ridiculous thing you can use to describe what a great player does on the football field. Is there any player anywhere that isn't operating in some kind of "system"? I'm not even sure what that's supposed to mean.
Oklahoma says, "hi, we average 165 yards per game on the ground...good for 60th in the nation".
Based on this idiotic post, Reggie Bush is a product of the system.
Bwaahahaaha . Good attempt bro
It means if he didn't play at Bama there was no way in hell he would have won the Heisman.
You are an idiot if you think he was better than Montee Ball, Felix Jones, Cadillac Williams and etc who never won Heismans but were better pure college RBs than Ingram.
The f'ING Homerism is out of control. Way to only pick one part of my post also. This has nothing to do with his time in N.O. either. GTFO
Yes. Bama had a history of Heisman winners like no other. I remember when Stabler,Namath, Shaun Alexander, Duece and all those guys won it. The media loves us.
You might be the dumbest poster on tBB Congrats. Are u seriously saying Mark Ingram Is comparable to Reggie Bush in college.
Let's see Bush was the most electrifying player in all college catching, running, returning kicks and flat out be being better than anyone else on the field.
Mark Ingram ran between the tackles in lanes 4 yards wide. Yea no difference. [dummy]
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