Can't wait for College Football season!

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Can't wait for College Football season!
Sun Apr 14, 2013 11:21 am
  • I'm a much bigger Seahawks fan then Ducks fan, but I love the college game as a whole more then the NFL. Found this awesome pump up video for the 2013 college football season. Enjoy!

    As a side note: I'm going to have to go out of my way to watch an Ohio State game this year. I never really watched them last year but there are a few Braxton Miller highlights on here that make him look pretty electric. Also, Ace Sanders from South Carolina has to be the most electric, exciting player nobody's ever heard of.

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  • Every year Im becoming a bigger and bigger college football fan. I don't have a favorite team (I tend to root for players), but I do root for the PAC 12 above all.

    Also agree about Braxton Miller. I've seen him only a few tapes by scouting other players, but in limited viewing he looked as solid a player as any of the QBs in even this draft. Everyones been saying Bridgewater is the #1 QB next year but I think could easily be Miller.
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  • Recon_Hawk wrote:Every year Im becoming a bigger and bigger college football fan. I don't have a favorite team (I tend to root for players), but I do root for the PAC 12 above all.

    Also agree about Braxton Miller. I've seen him only a few tapes by scouting other players, but in limited viewing he looked as solid a player as any of the QBs in even this draft. Everyones been saying Bridgewater is the #1 QB next year but I think could easily be Miller.


    Well, from what i've heard Tebow is a good throwing QB compared to Braxton Miller. He'll probably play a different position in the NFL. But again, thats coming from somebody who hasnt really watched him much.
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  • JSeahawks wrote:I'm a much bigger Seahawks fan then Ducks fan, but I love the college game as a whole more then the NFL. Found this awesome pump up video for the 2013 college football season. Enjoy!

    As a side note: I'm going to have to go out of my way to watch an Ohio State game this year. I never really watched them last year but there are a few Braxton Miller highlights on here that make him look pretty electric. Also, Ace Sanders from South Carolina has to be the most electric, exciting player nobody's ever heard of.




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  • Thats kind of an odd reply to this thread. I'm full of lots of things, but what are you referring to? Full of what?
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  • JSeahawks wrote:
    Recon_Hawk wrote:Every year Im becoming a bigger and bigger college football fan. I don't have a favorite team (I tend to root for players), but I do root for the PAC 12 above all.

    Also agree about Braxton Miller. I've seen him only a few tapes by scouting other players, but in limited viewing he looked as solid a player as any of the QBs in even this draft. Everyones been saying Bridgewater is the #1 QB next year but I think could easily be Miller.


    Well, from what i've heard Tebow is a good throwing QB compared to Braxton Miller. He'll probably play a different position in the NFL. But again, thats coming from somebody who hasnt really watched him much.

    I didn't see any of tebow's throwing style in the small bits i saw, but hearing that does mean I should go watch him closer. Like Bridgewater, I've really only seen them when scouting defensive players, but miller looked like a real gamer. I'm projecting a bit of progression with him but I like the tools he plays with.
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  • Jeez J, you're so full of it! Full of it I tell you!

    I'm guessing Cali was referring to your statements about being a bigger Seahawks fan than Ducks fan. :mrgreen:
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  • You got that right bud. Seahawks first, all college football second. There are, however, some
    college teams I do follow. More fun, for me, than selling out for one team.

    Regional pride first, I like the UW Huskies but keep an eye on the other NW teams. Oregon
    most because they have the best chance to look good nationally. I also follow Michigan
    and Michigan State. (Good defense first, I'm married to a Lansing girl).

    I also follow Clemson and the Arkansas Razorbacks. (my state of long gone origin).
    Also Texas A&M ever since I spent the halftime break at a Husky game talking to
    a real texas gentleman who flew in for the game.

    I sign up each year for DISH network's football package, so I can watch Southeast
    Missouri State or Middle Tennessee. Most eastern games kick off at 9:00 AM pacific
    and the TV goes until about 9:PM or later if Hawaii is playing at home.

    Love it. Love the game. I heard a guy call it "chess played with sledge hammers"
    one time. Though, I swear, Roger Goodell is kind of trying to make it "chess played
    with marshmallows".
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