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Get used to getting lit up young man.
Ill take ronnie martin over him anyday.
Get used to Noon kickoffs on Raycom.
I just don't see why he wouldn't want to play with his brother at Auburn? That's what's strange to me.
Why would you take Martin over him? Just curious? It is ok to say they landed a very good player, we don't have to be so insecure that we bash every player they get.
This post was edited by roosterbrewster 14 months ago
He did say it was a million dollar decision.
I didnt bash him, I just said I would rather have martin. Martin has more experience than him.
I dont care
Really like Alexander.
They've probably gotten a good bit more talented and perhaps better in the secondary. With this class.
How could they not?
You can't see! I can't see! All that matters is can the f*&%ing horse see! That's a raid!
Yeah, but how are they going to coach up all of those WRs and DBs to play on the OL especially with their S&C "program"?
Out of 17 confirmed LOI's, 12 are either DB's, WR's or RB's. Seems like a lot. 7 DB's.
I would not think that is a realistic possibility.
I didn't say they had solved all their problems and would be winning the national championship.
They still probably cannot beat us.
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