Originally Posted by BlueThunder99TA
once again, I know you know more than everyone else, but just about every sportswriter feels OU is LOADED at RB.
Those same guys said Rhett Bomar was good too.
Yeah, that turned out well......
Originally Posted by 99BRINGIT
Man, I'm not here to argue with you. Because its like talking to a door.
No, you won't argue because I already OWNED you before last season when you tried to talk about OU.
This is the deepest and most talent group of running backs that Oklahoma has had in a long time. I'm not proclaiming greatness, or undefeated seasons or anything of the nature. But your comment about their running backs being pretty thin, just shows 1 of 2 things. That you are trying to get a rise out of people, or you really dont know what the running back situation is like at OU.
Again, you talk out of your ass just like last time you tried to spin OU's questionable points into a unquestioned strength.
The deepest OU has been at RB, within recent history, was when they had Quentin Griffin and Kewjuan Jones. Both of those guys are eating Cheetos with Jason White right now.
#23 Allen Patrick- Will be the starter from day 1.
#7 Demarco Murray- Wil make sooner fans say "Adrain who?
#29 Chris Brown- Maybe the best back of them all, but not as flashy.
The statement about Demarco Murray making OU fans forget about Adrian Peterson alone shows how stupid and out of your mind you are. While Murray is a quality recruit, he can't lick the sweat off of Peterson's nuts. Peterson was a 5* recruit and was easily one of the Top-10 best recruits out of Texas, EVER. Murray is just another guy out of Nevada who didn't see anywhere near the competition Peterson saw while in HS.
Originally Posted by JasonB
The only thing this really did was ensure that no school will ever turn themselves in again. The NCAA needs to get their shit together. I'm tired of reading about infractions and players getting arrested or stabbed. It is turning into an entertainment industry rather than a sport, and the entertainers (players) are doing just that, trying to entertain. I think improvements in pro football players' behavior begins with correcting the problems in college.
USC doesn't even have a set monitoring system yet, they keep saying they are working on it and haven't done it yet.
Does anyone find it funny that the head of the committee is from Uof Miami and another board member is from USC? I guess the idea is the get people who know all the tricks on the board to do the reviews?
Does anyone know if there is a gap in the mile of cars in Norman yet, or is Big Red still standing? It was the last time I was up there, but that was a few months ago.
All teams are required to have a compliance staff on-hand to monitor their programs. Obviously some are better than others.