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Re: 2010 Roster(Updated with Links)

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Posted: 4/5/2008 10:31 PM

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I think we get EJ Banks sometime for the 2009 class, and he would be a free safety for us probably.  And I'm not so sure Whiting wouldn't be the will, Klein the mike, and bell the sam if we got those linebackers.
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Posted: 4/12/2008 4:50 PM

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09 10 both championships
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Posted: 4/27/2008 2:44 PM

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bucknut332811 wrote: 09 10 both championships

Too early to tell at this point...I think 09 may be a "Rebuilding" year due to the fact that we lose so many seniors this year...you never know who is going to step up and be big.
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Posted: 6/7/2008 2:03 PM

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drewhoward09 wrote:
bucknut332811 wrote: 09 10 both championships

Too early to tell at this point...I think 09 may be a "Rebuilding" year due to the fact that we lose so many seniors this year...you never know who is going to step up and be big.

well last year was supposed to be a 'rebuilding' year and we reached the NC game.
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Posted: 7/8/2008 2:44 PM

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2009 will be a great rebuilding year, one of which might go down in history at OSU.

Last years top recruiting class, led by top national talent and the best dual threat quarterback will be second year players that everyone will want to see play. The real question is how much do they contribute and how many play big roles or start.

Rebuild...... what is that at OSU, we just give a chance for another great kid to emerge at OSU, and love watching every minute.
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Posted: 7/8/2008 4:20 PM

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macosu54 wrote: 2009 will be a great rebuilding year, one of which might go down in history at OSU.

Last years top recruiting class, led by top national talent and the best dual threat quarterback will be second year players that everyone will want to see play. The real question is how much do they contribute and how many play big roles or start.

Rebuild...... what is that at OSU, we just give a chance for another great kid to emerge at OSU, and love watching every minute.
I don't have any questions about whether the 09 team will be a great team, but calling for the national championship is a bit much.  We will have lost 10 starters off the top of my head, and could lose Beanie, Hartline, Washington, Wilson, and others who could step up.  Experience is very important.  Also important is whether Pryor can get his mechanics down this year.
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Posted: 7/8/2008 4:25 PM

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if pryor doesn t improve his mechanics...do you think we ll go to a 2-qb system?
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Posted: 7/8/2008 4:35 PM

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CinciKid wrote: if pryor doesn t improve his mechanics...do you think we ll go to a 2-qb system?

I hope not.  I would think that the job is Pryor's to lose.  It's just a question of how well he will do the job.
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Posted: 7/8/2008 4:36 PM

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I should add, Pryor has an incredible football IQ.  It just seems he needs to work on his throwing motion a tad.  Joe Daniels is more than up to the job.  He's an outstanding QB coach.
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Posted: 7/8/2008 8:39 PM

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"drewhoward09" I do not think I mentioned a National Championship in my message, but we will have one of the great competitors that I have seen play high school quarterback in a while. Our offense should be exciting and capable of putting up quick scores. My point is that the talent OSU has compiled could make their "rebuilding" year very interesting, and maybe surprising.

As to Pryor's throwing motion, yes it could use some tighter motion, but look at all the recent NFL drafted quarterbacks and 80+ percent will have their NFL coaches trying to tweek their throwing motion, so lets face it, Pryor has sooooo much natural talent to start. I will take his so called weakness the next 3 - 4 years all the way to a .......
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Posted: 9/1/2008 4:34 PM

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wow we look tough
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Posted: 9/1/2008 4:34 PM

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hopfully some freshman will step up
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Posted: 9/1/2008 4:35 PM

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i still think that some of those players listed will leave early
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Posted: 9/1/2008 4:36 PM

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good post though
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Posted: 9/1/2008 4:37 PM

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yyyyyyyyyyyyeeeeeeeeeeaaaaaaahhhhhhhhhhhhh
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Posted: 9/29/2008 5:19 PM

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Great post!  But just to be clear, Joe Bauserman was not a semi-pro baseball player.  A minor league baseball player is professional baseball player who gets paid a salary.  There obviously is a big difference between a Major League baseball player and a Minor League baseball player as far as salary goes, but he was not a  "semi-pro" baseball player.

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Posted: 11/17/2008 11:10 PM

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RobotParty wrote: Listed below are the "needs" for the 2009 and 2010 classes.
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Pryor - Jr. *****
Over 10000 All-Purpose Yards Amassed Over HS Career, 4.37 40
Didn't Pryor have something like 4,200 passing yards, and 4,180 rushing yards?
That is a total of just shy of 8,500 total yards, a little different than over 10,000.
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Posted: 11/18/2008 1:08 PM

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In high school he played D and he had 24 career INTs[4 as a soph, 10 as a junior, 10 as a senior (13 of which he returned for a TD)], 12 FR(4 of which he returned for a TD), 450 receiving yards(3 of which he caught for a TD), and 500 return yards.

You won't find the INT and FR yards kept on the WPIAL website, but I know from watching his game film/highlights that at least 7 of his INTs for TDs went for 80+. Being generous to the devil's advocate , I'll assume the other 30 INT/FR returns were for an average of 20 yards. That makes roughly 1100 defensive yards, 450 receiving yards and 500 punt and kick return yards.

8500+2050=10550

Hope that answers your question, dude.

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Posted: 11/18/2008 10:37 PM

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RobotParty wrote: In high school he played D and he had 24 career INTs[4 as a soph, 10 as a junior, 10 as a senior (13 of which he returned for a TD)], 12 FR(4 of which he returned for a TD), 450 receiving yards(3 of which he caught for a TD), and 500 return yards.

You won't find the INT and FR yards kept on the WPIAL website, but I know from watching his game film/highlights that at least 7 of his INTs for TDs went for 80+. Being generous to the devil's advocate , I'll assume the other 30 INT/FR returns were for an average of 20 yards. That makes roughly 1100 defensive yards, 450 receiving yards and 500 punt and kick return yards.

8500+2050=10550

Hope that answers your question, dude.
I'm not splitting hairs, but when did Int return yards count in total yards?  I have never seen that statistic before?
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Posted: 11/18/2008 11:16 PM

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We need to brush this aside for now (2010? Really?) and worry about winning a bowl game for a change.
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