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dodgers2009 wrote: months ago doesnt matterThe superbowl champion NY Giants had some ugly losses too but got hot at the right time.Cmon man
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dodgers2009 wrote: UCLA and Stanford have very close levels of talent on defense. If UCLA ran the slow down offense that Stanford runs the numbers would be very close.Ucla puts their defense on the field more and has had to learn a new defensive scheme.
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Posted: 11/20/2012 4:41 PM
dodgers2009 wrote: So you think that bcuz Hogan has been good for this small sample size that he would be the best lolWait till the leaugue learns him before you say that he'd be "number 1"He has a lot of talent but he only has a few starts under his belt.youre dead wrong about UCLA defense lolUCLA runs a 3-4 defense Oregon st 4-3The UCLA front 7 is where the most talent is.DL SrDatone Jones 4starDL JrCassisus Marsh 4starDL JrOwamagbe Odighizuwa 5star UCLA linebackers are fast and talented LB Anthony Barr lead the conference in QB knockouts lolLB Eric Kendrick has been defensive Pac 12 player of the week twice in about a month lol and Barr had the other one with Stanfords Shane Scov taking the other one. My favorite UCLA linebacker is jr Jordan Zumwalt 4 star a tackling machine.Plus ORE had true freshman on the defensive line a safety missing for the season Cmon man
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tmf79 wrote: I kinda like the idea of Hundley falling down in the face of the rush. That should work well Saturday.
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Posted: 11/20/2012 10:37 PM
TreeBoy wrote: How long were your eyeballs able to handle that?
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mendicant98 wrote: then they don't work very well. I can recommend a couple of docs at the UCLA medical center, if you're interested.
Posted: 11/21/2012 5:38 AM
dodgers2009 wrote: When should the stats matter?? remember i said I use my eyes...I picked the Packers win they won the superbowl just bcuz they started ballin in the playoffs...doesnt that make sense.Football teams should be evaluted in 2-3 week periods only. Anything more is irrelevant. Teams change too quickly.
Posted: 11/21/2012 10:03 AM
TrigonomeTree wrote: dodgers2009 wrote: When should the stats matter?? remember i said I use my eyes...I picked the Packers win they won the superbowl just bcuz they started ballin in the playoffs...doesnt that make sense.Football teams should be evaluted in 2-3 week periods only. Anything more is irrelevant. Teams change too quickly.If that's the case, then why are you dismissing Hogan's stats over the last 2-3 weeks?Use your eyes, if you want, but be consistent in your argument.
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