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Probably doesn't hurt that UNC and Stanford both have linemen taken in the first round the last couple of years on this one. Hope we get him but not looking good
Only idiots think a uniform correlates to NFL success.
May not be the uniform but the coaching. Ever thought of that as a possibility. Before you go calling people idiots you should think about the entire picture and not with garnet glasses on. I love Elliott as our coach but our O line the last few years has not been stellar and if you can not admit that then you are blind to the matter. Even when Marcus ran for 1100 yards he got a lot of those by breaking tackles at the line of scrimmage and his great vision not because of huge holes.
Well he should obviously go to central Michigan then. They must have the best oline coach in the country since Fischer went #1.
Ha, well if it's the "coaching" then UNC consistently puts players in the first round and can't seem to translate that to equitable success on the actual field. So, yeah, it's coaching.
If the school an offensive lineman plays at correlates directly correlates to draft position, you should be calling for Spain to go to Central Michigan.
You act like they get guys drafted in the first every year.
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