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Joe Randle is Getting Ready For The Next Game!!!

Discussion in 'OSU Sports Forum' started by WorldseriesofPoke, Nov 23, 2011.

  1. swamppoke

    A/V Subscriber swamppoke faster than a speeding building.

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    Maybe it was Barry Sanders and Hunter?
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    It's really hard to drive the paint fast with a basketball in your hands.
    You can't have everything, PokeLady211-90210.
    Make up your mind.
  4. orng2dabone

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    Look at that line of backs. All but Hamilton either are in the the league or spent time in the league. Still Tailback U for sure.
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    He said after they ruled against the use of Stickum(because of Hayes, rule named after him) he said he became a "mere mortal"
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    Not sure even how to respond to that one?
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    Those two were never on the same team. Kendall played with Dontrel Savage.
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    Just gotta remember when he starts getting a lot of tacklers around him to put two hands on the ball. Don't worry about streching the ball to pick up an extra few inches cause it is definitely not worth losing the ball.
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    One fumble was a hard helmet to the ball and the other occurred with like 5 Clones trying to strip the ball unsuccessfully for about the first 7 yards.

    He's fine. I'd go with him all the way. Kid's a gamer.
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    tongue in cheek.jpg

    It's really hard to drive the paint fast with a basketball in your hands.
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    That made me laugh
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    Well, I did say IIRC, which obviously I didn't. Keith Toston is who I meant. Carry on.
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    O how easy it is to say, but o how hard is it to do? Trust me these guys aren't going to just fall down because guys are around them, hell if that were the case we would get but 2 yards a carry. Is it frustrating, yes, but i can handle it better when they are fighting for extra yards than just simply fumbling it away because of a well placed arm tackle attempt. You can teach them to fall down all you want but when your out there and the game is tight or you see that GL or the first down line you automatically try everything to get there. Now that's not to say that they shouldn't be protecting the ball better but that's not what you were saying. The fumbles are bad but our guys fighting for extra yardage or the GL is not the problem, its using both hands and arms to protect the ball.
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    Tell that crap to Barry Sanders!
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    +1 It's what Kendall Hunter learned: when he was surrounded with no escape gap, he just wrapped the ball up with both arms and "borrowed" forward, going down as he went for whatever gain it made. If Randle can learn to do that at the right time all will be good.
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    Cimarron It's not dying I'm talking about, it's living.

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    Are you saying Barry Sanders didn't work hard for extra yards? Why don't you tell him that crap!
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    not at all what I said,( You must have majored in education &/or played in the band)
  18. Cimarron

    Cimarron It's not dying I'm talking about, it's living.

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    Then what's crap about what I said?

    What's wrong with majoring in education or playing in the band?
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    lowest ACT scores on anycampus,USA. Reflects your future lot in life. Hence your current disability to focus on the obvious.How many times per day at work do you repeat the phrase " want fries with that? "
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