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Sounds like he has Lexington County disease, maybe he needs a minder.
That said, he's still got time to make an impact, he's only a sophomore, it looks like the light finally came on for Shamir, so maybe Roland will be next.
Sometimes it's hard for these high school superstars to understand that they aren't automatically the best player when they step onto the field anymore. One of the many impressive things about Marcus Lattimore was that he got that right off the bat and worked hard to take his game to the next level from the moment he stepped on USC's campus.
Shaq will getit together and be a big-time contributor to our program.
We have been spoiled to a degree by the success of first-year or young players like Rice, AJ, McKinley, and Ace who came in and made big plays early in their careers especially when they were highly ranked coming out of HS (BTW - we can also include Marcus, Buster Anderson, and JD as well as others in that category). So, with AJ going pro, we just have come to expect that someone like Shaq would step in and become an immediate big-time playmaker for us. We can also look around and see guys like Speed Weed Dropkins at Moo U come in and make an immediate impact for their programs, especially at WR.
We actually did not need Shaq LY to step up due to the great play by Ace, Bruce, our TEs, and Byrd and Nick to a lesser extent. We need him to step it up this year more so than LY and I expect him to get the message especially with so many battling now for WR PT, including (pleasantly surprising) Shamier.
Ally will beat the crap out of Uga.
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