November 4, 2009
November 4, 2009
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Kenny has yet to fill out a bio.
I say screw Schultz!
You are cordially invited to witness a unique and funny evening with the Tennessee Titans.
Now that the offense is done, it is time for the defense :
Until a young man signs a LOI, there's always a little doubt. In the case of Simon, he has continued to indicate he's a Coug. Unfortunately for him, a foot injury may keep him on the bench this season.
As Simon's stock rises, the opportunities will expand for the young man. And when thinking about Simon, one is reminded of Josh Heytfelt, the senior at Gonzaga. Josh grew up wanting to be a Coug, then was wooed by both Coach Few and the Kansas head man, Coach Roy Williams. That was the time when Coach Williams was being lured to North Carolina and desperately tried to bring Heytfelt with him.
Simon was a ridiculously early commit, so being realistic, I'd consider him a soft commit.
Sorry it took a couple of days to get back to you. It's been nuts around here!
How many rookies are on your squad?
Did you catch the NFL's newest Brady?
Will you checkout my Rhodes piece?
Thanks for adding me to your list of writers to follow. Appreciate it!
Love your most memorable games attended. Unfortunately, there are a lot of those I could list, too. One WSU game that comes to mind was down here in LA at the Coliseum. Sitting in the middle of Trojan alumni (I was coaching junior high football at the time with a former SC d-back who gave me the tix) watching my Cougs get the butts handed to them when there was a quarterback change late in the third quarter. This young kid strolled out on the field, called the play in the huddle and sauntered to the line of scrimmage. The dude looked like an NFL veteran by the way he was eyeing the defense. Barks the call, takes the snap, three step drop and zips one over the middle for a nice completion. He went on the make the game respectable be driving the offense to three touchdowns against the Trojans second unit. The dude? Some guy with a rocket launcher for an arm named Drew Bledsoe. Turns out he could shred anyone's first team defense, too!