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threehitter wrote: Can't blame him for visiting. ND knew about the visit. No need to be concerned. If he doesn't show up for Irish Invasion on the 20th, then there might be something to this. I'm fully confident that he'll realize that Oregon doesn't hold a candle when it comes to the total package that ND delivers. Flashy uniforms and a fast offense works for some kids, but the smart ones choose a place they can set themselves up for life success if football doesn't work out.
Greg "Bullet-Train" BryantB*tch he'll run right through you!
Last edited 6/3/2014 10:40 PM by GoldRushND
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dosch44 wrote: Very bad news. OUs depth chart is parting like the Red Sea after this year. ND has a loaded depth chart. It's possible Blake wouldn't play until his redshirt junior year. Never underestimate the draw of playing time.
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threehitter wrote: No need to be concerned.
Junior DE Shilique Calhoun &Sophomore OLB James Onwualu
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remmuh80 wrote: Oregon will be parting like the Red Sea soon. that program is no longer "cool" esp when the NCAA listens to Saban and stops teams from running plays every 3.75 seconds. Kids with NFL dreams should never go play QB at Oregon. There's a stereotype with that position from that school. and you will get no practice at reading defense coverages or checking down. I repeat "no reason to go to Oregon unless you know you dont want to play in the NFL as a QB" dosch44 wrote: Very bad news. OUs depth chart is parting like the Red Sea after this year. ND has a loaded depth chart. It's possible Blake wouldn't play until his redshirt junior year. Never underestimate the draw of playing time.
Posted: 6/4/2014 3:18 PM
KBags wrote: their defense is suspect
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TechDomer wrote: I think their defensive rankings need to be looked at in context. Oregon's offense has them ahead by wide margins in just about every game they play. Most of their opponents wind up running their normal offense for only a few series before they're behind by so much that they have to abandon the gameplan (usually a run-centered gameplan that's designed to keep Oregon's offense off the field) and try to score in bunches. That allows Oregon's defense to pin their ears back and go to town. I'm not entirely dismissing their defensive rankings, I'm just saying that I don't believe...especially in their case...that you can look at those numbers in a vacuum.
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