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I assumed y'all were losing Lewan.
Is Touissant not a SR? Seems like he's been around forever.
True, it will be tough to sustain, but next years class has at least two bowl eligible years, possibly three if they RS. There's also nearly guaranteed PT for everybody since we'll be so thin. There's still a lot to sell about PSU. Great education too.
O'Brien won COTY for a reason. I have faith he can keep us as close to afloat as anybody else could.
Why should we have to go to class if we came here to play FOOTBALL, we ain't come to play SCHOOL, classes are POINTLESS
No he hasn't, which is why he says Hack is a "camp quarterback."
Yes I did
He looked good, not great, not top 10 overall player.
So far some real good 2014 prospects are interested in us, so we actually expect 2014 to be a good class, it won't be a big class, but the 10-15 guys we sign should all be rated pretty high. It will then only get easier to recruit since the bowl ban will start to go away.
I'm sorry. We have some idiotic posters on our home board as well.
I think the issue is that your sentence was hard to understand because it was poorly written.
Hack needs more work than Browne, no doubt. But the tools are all elite and Browne's are not. That is why Hack is a 100 and Browne is a 98.
Considering he was running for his life most of the time and had no real big time targets to throw to, he looked damn good. There are a bunch of big time NFL caliber throws in that film. Hack is the best QB prospect he's proven it time and time again and since QB is the most important position I'd say the top kid especially in this strong of a class should be a top 10 prospect.
And OJ is innocent.
Whatever makes it easier for y'all pederast apologists to sleep easy at night I guess.
#1 QB in the nation? Sign him up! Give 'em Jer-Bear's stall.
Plus, our QB coach is about as good as it gets. That helps make his potential more realistically attainable.
No, I think I'll rather worry about Penn State's culture of heroism for child rapists. Seems more important than a game to me. But I guess that's where we are different.
Can you keep up with the criticisms of the victims though? That's priceless Penn State buffoonery there!
Explain why. And try and use words that aren't too big for you.
I know you'll have to take time away from sending Jer-Bear a care package, but I know you can do it.
More embarrassing than having Joe Pa cover up a child rapist gone wild for over a decade?
What I'm saying all star games shouldn't be that important to where kids are getting drops 20-60 spots.
and you can say that because?
You said we held child rapists as heroes, which isn't true. Sandusky was never a hero, he was the sidekick to the hero, Joe Paterno, who never raped anybody.
Either you lack the reading comprehension to have understood that after what I'm sure was an extensive amount of researching of the scandal, or you jumped to conclusions without having read enough material to legitimize your position. Both of the options mentioned previously are more commonly found in those who are poorly educated.
We agree on that. Being dropped 20 spots is completely unwarranted. Su'a Cravens also dropped in the rankings because he didn't suit up for the AA game. What kind of BS is that? Every recruiting entity, save for 247, has Su'a as a top-10 prospect.
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I'm was born and raised an Oklahoma fan doofus.
I figured you would be as to tell by my bringing up of a score from a specific game this season, but I must have forgotten the fact you lack basic reading comprehension skills.
The fact that you are siding with Mark Emmert tells me a lot about you.
Here's a little math problem for you. Take 6 and divide it by 700,000. Multiply that by 100 and that is the percentage of the PSU community that was in the wrong on the issue. If you think that number defines a "culture" at Penn State, you are not very smart.
Show me evidence that wouldn't get thrown out in court.
I don't necessarily disagree with you about it, but if you're going to have an argument you should be able to back it up with factual evidence supporting your stance.
These analyst, all they care about camps and all star game week which is wrong.
The guy can hardly read jive, I highly doubt he can count past 10.
Pretty sure we only have room for 8-10, but the guys we do get should be pretty good.
He is probably wondering why his calulator has an "e" at the end of his answer to my math problem.
This isn't a court of law, so I don't have to provide evidence of anything. Common sense is a great resource. It's too bad you don't have any.
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