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  1. In response to: Well, I think the comparison is made more on their playing style, not their achievements. For example, some Safeties are all about position and are successful with that trait. Others, however, are more about laying the wood and run support. So I think thats what they're trying to figure out. Who is he? In that context I agree. What I was referring to is hearing x is the next Vince, Earl, etc. I started to name a current example but that would probably dugressed this thread into a big rat hole. Besides, that would also be unfair to the young man. I think you know what I mean.
  2. I'm not an expert but I have seen a lot of high school football. Dajon is a freak of an athlete. I am not going to make any comparisons as that is one of my pet peeves; i.e., I cringe when I hear a player is the next Earl or Vince. I think that labeling is unfair to the player and puts unfair pressure on a young adult. Let them be themself. For those of whom are old enough, that goes all the way back to "Super Bill" Bradley. Fortunately for Bill Bradley he found his niche and did well collegiately and professionally. I will say this: Dajon Harrison is a great get!
  3. I meant for post to reply to soonerclown, which was a waste of time. I meant nothing negative towards you. I apologize for mishap.
  4. Better to remain silent and be thought a fool than to speak and to remove all doubt. ~ Abraham Lincoln
  5. I watched him last weekend. On one of his several touchdowns he was in full stride, stopped, made a cut and began running again without losing a step. The whole stadium erupted. He is a gifted athlete.
  6. Wow! He was young at 32. Condolences to his family.
  7. I had the same thought. Also cost us an injury right afterwards.
  8. Any word of the extent of injuries? I'm still fuming about the fumbled punt right before half. That changed the whole game: Gave OSU points and got an injury. Costly mistake.
  9. I'm not a fan of Art Briles, but the article is more of hear-say and no substance. The article even took a shot at Texas high school football and education system. That shot paints all high school coaches like that of Art Briles. That is wrong and very misleading.
  10. Katy 24 - 21 over GP North Shore.
  11. I don't know anything about the circumstances of the U.I.L. ruling. I don't know the history of Demas. That been said, the article was obviously slanted. It makes you wonder about the writer's objectivity.
  12. In what order do you recommend applying fertilizer, pre-emergent and weed control?
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