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RE: What are your official playoff predictions? Who wins it all??
(07-20-2015 02:27 AM)Kaplony Wrote:  Well as for WRs scoring on the chickens none. Every score that a WR had against the coots was considered a pass by NCAA rules.

As for how many of the eight only earned stats in FCS cleanup duty.....also none. In fact one of the non-returnees only earned stats in the SCSU game last year.

Still doesn't explain how players can have game experience in Paul Johnson's system because of the rotation you bragged about and still redshirted.


Lost 4 (Days, Laskey, Hill, Zenon).

Game experience:
- Snoddy
- Willis
- Allen
- Skov
- Green

Weimerskerch will return at some point in the season from injury. Allen and Skov and Snoddy have shown themselves more than capable.

So still have 5 in the bank with serious game experience, to say nothing of the glut of new players who were intentionally redshirted last year to get them another year in the in the platoon-fest.
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