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To Texas...Per his coach Alonzo Carter
This post was edited by James Hale 15 months ago
And his bio on 247.
They are going to get Hammond Wed. so this will be a very good week for them...
This post was edited by KMFO4EVER 15 months ago
I'm hell when I'm well.. And, I am never sick!
Hammond would be another OG so that would give them 1 OC, 2 OG and 3 OT commits. That's quite a few and they have other needs, maybe we can steal an OT from them. Kent Perkins maybe, he made OU junior day.
This post was edited by gyrene 15 months ago
That is confirmed. He is a UT commit.
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......looks like they recruited another full oline and we have 2 subs, so far...........
So Kittle gets no credit for Johnson's development into a first round pick or how well our tackles played all year?? Lol fire em all!!! Ridiculous
There is nothing more dangerous in this world than a man with nothing to lose.
So is that how success is measured now? 1 players development vs the development of the O-line, and the future success of the football program.
Is that the job of the OL coach now? To make sure players go pro?
I'm a real adult fan, not like all you other spoiled babies. You don't know anything about me, but I can make wild accusations about you.
Gee.....please explain how you are measuring the "future success of the football program" when deciding how much a given coach sucks?
I really want to know how that works.
Maybe you can re-read my post, if you have the time to spare from your busy duties promoting positive post.
I realize reading comprehension can be an uphill battle for some, so I'll simplify it for those who have trouble.
Is 1 player having a good year, more important than recruiting future players to the program? And is it more important than the overall development of the o-line? And is it more important than winning games?
Yes it's great that he helped Lane, but when the other areas are deficient, which is better for the team?
BTW did one poster on this thread say Kittle sucks?
This post was edited by bigsooner 15 months ago
I have to agree with the Kittle comments, how in the world we cant get stud OL recruits is amazing, we have 5 starters in the NFL now that I am aware of, and we cant entice recruits. I know he had some issues in the past, but I would love for Mangino to get back into coaching and take over our O-Line, probably wishful thinking, but it would be nice.
The tackles played very well this year. Which was my point but apparently it was missed.
And in general the pass protection was outstanding all year - and the O-line looks like it could be a strong point next season.
I understand the criticism of the DL and LB status at the moment, but I'm not getting where we have decided that the OL performance is so terrible.
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