Jump Around! Montee Ball, Landry Jones Staying in School for 2012 Season
"Jump Around!" is a song for normally reserved for University of Wisconsin students, but with the big news coming through in college football, Oklahoma can join in that song, too.
Montee Ball, the Badgers incredible Heisman candidate-running back, is staying in school for the 2012 year. Maybe it's the importance of an education. Maybe it's because Trent Richardson—who we think's going to go this year—will be ahead of him in the NFL Draft, or maybe it's because his biggest season was last season, and that was his only real season. He still has a lot to prove.
Madison should celebrate; Brett Bielma will still recruit his 6'8", 320-lb. lineman for Ball to run behind, and the new quarterback (whoever follows in the steps of the wonderful Russell Wilson) will just be able to hand it off to Ball. Let's hope he doesn't do some damage against Penn State.
And now to Norman. Landry Jones, one of the best quarterbacks of 2012, threw for over 4,000 yards for 29 touchdowns. He had a quarterback rating of 141.6. In other words, he would have been a first-round NFL draft pick.
With Jones' arm and another good set of wide receivers going to follow where Ryan Broyles and Kenny Stills left off, this means that Oklahoma's offense suddenly looks stacked for 2012.
But there is some other good news—and that's for Robert Griffin III. Suddenly, there's no argument about who's going to be the NFL's second pick in the quarterback draft. It'll be him.
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