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GoGriz Ronan Spring Scrimmage Recap

grizfan95

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Defense was the dominant theme as The University of Montana Grizzly football team held its annual Spring Game, Saturday afternoon (April 13) on a windy, cool day at the Laverne Parrish Memorial Field in Ronan.

The defense pressured the quarterbacks all afternoon long, and held to the offense to just 227 yards (on 76 plays) and a handful of first downs, and also registered seven sacks and grabbed four interceptions.

Both sides of the football were given several different ways to score, which was based on their performances in different phases of the game, and the "D" came out on top for a 30-13 victory.

"Defensively, like I've said since day one and over the last three weeks, we should be that good on defense and we are," said Griz head coach Mike Delaney. "Right now a very, very good defensive football team.

"We've got as lot of guys (the Griz return 10 starters on defense from last season) who can play on that side of the ball," Delaney said. "We go 16, 17, maybe 18 deep on defense, which means we can make substitutions and keep guys fresh, and I am just extremely excited about that aspect of our football team. I was also excited about the turnovers forced by our `D' today. The corners are really breaking well on the ball, and we're 200 percent better at that than we were a year ago."

The four quarterbacks who saw action struggled in the passing game, and the wind, which ranged from around 20 to 25-miles-per hour, was definitely a factor in throwing the football. The quarterbacks ended up completing 36% of their passes, going a combined 9-of-25), along with those four picks mentioned earlier.

Sophomore linebacker Jeremiah Kose paced the defense with two sacks, and he also had tackle for loss. Senior linebacker Jordan Tripp added a sack, a tackle for loss, and a pass deflection. Junior cornerback Joshua Dennard had two pass deflections. Sophomore safety Zach Gratton blocked a field goal.




One of the bright spots on offense was the running of junior halfback Jordan Canada, who gained 109 yards on 18 carries, and scored the only offensive touchdown of the day on a 2-yard run. Senior Marlon Miles, who was moved from cornerback to halfback this spring, added 29 yards on 8 totes.
Montana was missing two of its top running backs, as juniors Travon Van and Brett Kirschner did not participate today because of injuries they suffered in practice last week.

"I am not disappointed with the offense," Delaney said. "We obviously struggled at times a little bit today, but there's a lot of new things to learn out there. "Jordy (junior quarterback Jordan Johnson) hasn't played a lot of football in game type situations for almost a year now, and we've got some young offensive linemen with the twos. We will be fine there.

"I thought Jordan Canada competed and had a great day today," Delaney said. "We were really down to one running back with much experience with Travon and `Kirsch' out, and we had some inconsistencies, but I know that we'll get that squared around."

Sophomore Stephen Shaw was also a bright spot, averaging 48.6 yards on five punts, with a 54 and 59-yarder, although his 59-yarder was a touchback.

The Griz have four more practices left in spring drills: Monday, April 15; Wednesday, April 17; Thursday, April 18; and they wrap things up on Friday, April 19, with a scrimmage in Washington-Grizzly Stadium that starts at 7:00 p.m.

RUSHING (50-146): Jordan Canada 18-109, Marlon Miles 8-29, Joey Counts 2-8, Zach Heideman 9-8, Chase Naccarato 1-3, Jordan Johnson 9-1, Brady Gustafson 1-minus 2, Trent McKinney 2-minus 10.

PASSING (9-26-4 for 81 yards): Jordan Johnson 5-11-2 for 44 yards; Brady Gustafson 2-4-0 for 26 yards; Shay Smithwick-Hann 2-6-0 for 11 yards; Trent McKinney 0-4-2 for 0 yards; Naccarato for 0-1-0 for 0 yards.

RECEIVING: Taylor Walcott 2-16, Miles 1-25, Ellis Henderson 1-13, Counts 1-12, Heideman 1-9, Aschan Richards 1-4, Canada 1-3, Jonathan Richards 1-2.

DEFENSIVE LEADERS: SACKs: Jeremiah Kose 2, Caleb Kidder, Alex Bienemann, Derek Crittenden, Ryan Johnson, Jordan Tripp. TFLs: Kose, Kelsey Lippert, Joshua Dennard, Sean Murray, Tripp.

PDs: Dennard 2, Zach Peevey, Tonga Takai, Tripp. INTs: Ryan Johnson, Addison Owen, Nate Harris, Justin Whitted. BLOCKS: Zach Gratton (Field Goal).

SCORING: Nate Harris, 10-yard interception return (Chris Lider kick). Addison Owen 32-yard interceptions return (Lider kick). Jordan Canada, 2 run (Lider kick). Lider 43 Field Goal. Lider, 40 Field Goal.
 
grizfan95 said:
http://www.gogriz.com/sports/m-footbl/spec-rel/041313aab.html

Defense was the dominant theme as The University of Montana Grizzly football team held its annual Spring Game, Saturday afternoon (April 13) on a windy, cool day at the Laverne Parrish Memorial Field in Ronan.

The defense pressured the quarterbacks all afternoon long, and held to the offense to just 227 yards (on 76 plays) and a handful of first downs, and also registered seven sacks and grabbed four interceptions.

Both sides of the football were given several different ways to score, which was based on their performances in different phases of the game, and the "D" came out on top for a 30-13 victory.

"Defensively, like I've said since day one and over the last three weeks, we should be that good on defense and we are," said Griz head coach Mike Delaney. "Right now a very, very good defensive football team.

"We've got as lot of guys (the Griz return 10 starters on defense from last season) who can play on that side of the ball," Delaney said. "We go 16, 17, maybe 18 deep on defense, which means we can make substitutions and keep guys fresh, and I am just extremely excited about that aspect of our football team. I was also excited about the turnovers forced by our `D' today. The corners are really breaking well on the ball, and we're 200 percent better at that than we were a year ago."

The four quarterbacks who saw action struggled in the passing game, and the wind, which ranged from around 20 to 25-miles-per hour, was definitely a factor in throwing the football. The quarterbacks ended up completing 36% of their passes, going a combined 9-of-25), along with those four picks mentioned earlier.

Sophomore linebacker Jeremiah Kose paced the defense with two sacks, and he also had tackle for loss. Senior linebacker Jordan Tripp added a sack, a tackle for loss, and a pass deflection. Junior cornerback Joshua Dennard had two pass deflections. Sophomore safety Zach Gratton blocked a field goal.




One of the bright spots on offense was the running of junior halfback Jordan Canada, who gained 109 yards on 18 carries, and scored the only offensive touchdown of the day on a 2-yard run. Senior Marlon Miles, who was moved from cornerback to halfback this spring, added 29 yards on 8 totes.
Montana was missing two of its top running backs, as juniors Travon Van and Brett Kirschner did not participate today because of injuries they suffered in practice last week.

"I am not disappointed with the offense," Delaney said. "We obviously struggled at times a little bit today, but there's a lot of new things to learn out there. "Jordy (junior quarterback Jordan Johnson) hasn't played a lot of football in game type situations for almost a year now, and we've got some young offensive linemen with the twos. We will be fine there.

"I thought Jordan Canada competed and had a great day today," Delaney said. "We were really down to one running back with much experience with Travon and `Kirsch' out, and we had some inconsistencies, but I know that we'll get that squared around."

Sophomore Stephen Shaw was also a bright spot, averaging 48.6 yards on five punts, with a 54 and 59-yarder, although his 59-yarder was a touchback.

The Griz have four more practices left in spring drills: Monday, April 15; Wednesday, April 17; Thursday, April 18; and they wrap things up on Friday, April 19, with a scrimmage in Washington-Grizzly Stadium that starts at 7:00 p.m.

RUSHING (50-146): Jordan Canada 18-109, Marlon Miles 8-29, Joey Counts 2-8, Zach Heideman 9-8, Chase Naccarato 1-3, Jordan Johnson 9-1, Brady Gustafson 1-minus 2, Trent McKinney 2-minus 10.

PASSING (9-26-4 for 81 yards): Jordan Johnson 5-11-2 for 44 yards; Brady Gustafson 2-4-0 for 26 yards; Shay Smithwick-Hann 2-6-0 for 11 yards; Trent McKinney 0-4-2 for 0 yards; Naccarato for 0-1-0 for 0 yards.

RECEIVING: Taylor Walcott 2-16, Miles 1-25, Ellis Henderson 1-13, Counts 1-12, Heideman 1-9, Aschan Richards 1-4, Canada 1-3, Jonathan Richards 1-2.

DEFENSIVE LEADERS: SACKs: Jeremiah Kose 2, Caleb Kidder, Alex Bienemann, Derek Crittenden, Ryan Johnson, Jordan Tripp. TFLs: Kose, Kelsey Lippert, Joshua Dennard, Sean Murray, Tripp.

PDs: Dennard 2, Zach Peevey, Tonga Takai, Tripp. INTs: Ryan Johnson, Addison Owen, Nate Harris, Justin Whitted. BLOCKS: Zach Gratton (Field Goal).

SCORING: Nate Harris, 10-yard interception return (Chris Lider kick). Addison Owen 32-yard interceptions return (Lider kick). Jordan Canada, 2 run (Lider kick). Lider 43 Field Goal. Lider, 40 Field Goal.
I've been pounding the table on Dennard and Henderson as being "big"performers next fall. Anyone have any comments on either one of these dudes??? :egriz:
 
Dennard will step into his own this year. He should be comfortbale now after a full season at CB and along with Chief I expect to have two quality CBs in the secondary plus depth from last years starters if they keep their heads on straight now that they are back-ups.

Henderson is my guy on offense that I have been drooling over since he got here. Not to mention I have come to know his father well. I am completely on board with this kid. He and JJ have seemed to find something special between them. It is a MUST for him to get his hand s on the ball more often this season and the BSC will have to scheme for him which works fine because Wolcott, Sayler, Warren & Haynes are more then ready to do their part. I am anxious to see his return game at this level. He was scary good as a returner in HS and I beleive he can do the same as a Griz.

:thumb:
 
rimrockgriz said:
I've been pounding the table on Dennard and Henderson as being "big"performers next fall. Anyone have any comments on either one of these dudes???

Well, when it comes to Ellis Henderson, he of the 8 punt/kickoff returns for a TD - 109 rec. for 1,893 yds and 24 TDs as a WR over a three year starting assignment on offense for the Skyview high school, Vancouver, Washington. I'd surmise that he's more than likely the closest to being likened to a Jabin Sambrano in today's offensive scheme, insofar as potential, that is. He certainly has the tools, seemingly. He might not have had offers from the likes of SMU, Idaho, Washington State and Air Force for nothing. I'd most definitely be looking for him on kickoff and punt returns with the Special Teams Units this coming season, for sure.

And to think: http://mslacat.wordpress.com/2010/05/13/bobcat-fb-recruit-ellis-henderson/" onclick="window.open(this.href);return false;

[youtube]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GxWUq1q-jGc[/youtube]
 
WyomingGrizFan said:
rimrockgriz said:
I've been pounding the table on Dennard and Henderson as being "big"performers next fall. Anyone have any comments on either one of these dudes???

Well, when it comes to Ellis Henderson, he of the 8 punt/kickoff returns for a TD - 109 rec. for 1,893 yds and 24 TDs as a WR over a three year starting assignment on offense for the Skyview high school, Vancouver, Washington. I'd surmise that he's more than likely the closest to being likened to a Jabin Sambrano in today's offensive scheme, insofar as potential, that is. He certainly has the tools, seemingly. He might not have had offers from the likes of SMU, Idaho, Washington State and Air Force for nothing. I'd most definitely be looking for him on kickoff and punt returns with the Special Teams Units this coming season, for sure.

And to think: http://mslacat.wordpress.com/2010/05/13/bobcat-fb-recruit-ellis-henderson/" onclick="window.open(this.href);return false;

[youtube]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GxWUq1q-jGc[/youtube]
Speaking of Sambrano...I'm curious of your comments on this statement. Factoring in talent and LAZINESS I've always had Sambrano at #1....Your thoughts ??? :phat:
 
rimrockgriz said:
Speaking of Sambrano...I'm curious of your comments on this statement. Factoring in talent and LAZINESS I've always had Sambrano at #1....Your thoughts ???

You're saying that you thought that Jabin Sambrano, with the talent he had, was, huh, in your words...LAZY? I'm curious of "your" comments. How ya figure?

I mean, unless you can adjudicate intangibles somewhat, or, you at least went up against him on a one-on-one basis, how do you figure from the statistical inference?

2008 played in 10 games with 5 receptions for 59 yards and nine kickoff returns for 161 yards (17.9 avg.)

2009 played in 15 games with 31 receptions for 512 yards and 5 TDs; 28 kickoff returns for 695 yards (24.8 avg.) and one punt return for 26 yards.

2010 played in nine games with 39 recpetions for 584 yards and 3 TDs; rushed six times for 46 yards (7.3 avg.).

2011 played in 14 games with 36 recpetions for 632 yards and 10 TDs; rushed 6 times for 141 yards and 2 TDs for a 23.5 average; 37 punt returns for 354 yards and 1 TD; 40 kickoff returns for 836 yards and 1 TD, long of 96 yds.

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Or is the sole source of your information but the "Astral Planes?" Even though it's been cited previously that intution is subject to misdirection especially when the methodology of REASON is not acknowledged. :lol:

One of the "7 Deadly Sins," as I've heard along the way, is one called "sloth," otherwise known as being as a parasite (socordia). They, the 7 altogether, lend themselves, in at least an alchemical point of view, of a person being unredeemable. Almost like Theseus going up against that that does will evil deliberately. Unredeemable?..isn't that's like in going through the threshold of pain, as there is never a painless death by the way, experiencing all the pain, suffering, mutilations, etc., etc., etc., that anyone, at least throughout the history of Europe, just for instance, since the last Ice Age, has ever undergone. You sure you wish to chance that? But, of course, you are alive on this planet Earth, aren't you? Maybe you're but a typical hereabouts: a seething resentment beneath the surface of appearances striving to pick a bone with providence.
 
WyomingGrizFan said:
rimrockgriz said:
Speaking of Sambrano...I'm curious of your comments on this statement. Factoring in talent and LAZINESS I've always had Sambrano at #1....Your thoughts ???

You're saying that you thought that Jabin Sambrano, with the talent he had, was, huh, in your words...LAZY? I'm curious of "your" comments. How ya figure?

I mean, unless you can adjudicate intangibles somewhat, or, you at least went up against him on a one-on-one basis, how do you figure from the statistical inference?

2008 played in 10 games with 5 receptions for 59 yards and nine kickoff returns for 161 yards (17.9 avg.)

2009 played in 15 games with 31 receptions for 512 yards and 5 TDs; 28 kickoff returns for 695 yards (24.8 avg.) and one punt return for 26 yards.

2010 played in nine games with 39 recpetions for 584 yards and 3 TDs; rushed six times for 46 yards (7.3 avg.).

2011 played in 14 games with 36 recpetions for 632 yards and 10 TDs; rushed 6 times for 141 yards and 2 TDs for a 23.5 average; 37 punt returns for 354 yards and 1 TD; 40 kickoff returns for 836 yards and 1 TD, long of 96 yds.

-----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

Or is the sole source of your information but the "Astral Planes?" Even though it's been cited previously that intution is subject to misdirection especially when the methodology of REASON is not acknowledged. :lol:

One of the "7 Deadly Sins," as I've heard along the way, is one called "sloth," otherwise known as being as a parasite (socordia). They, the 7 altogether, lend themselves, in at least an alchemical point of view, of a person being unredeemable. Almost like Theseus going up against that that does will evil deliberately. Unredeemable?..isn't that's like in going through the threshold of pain, as there is never a painless death by the way, experiencing all the pain, suffering, mutilations, etc., etc., etc., that anyone, at least throughout the history of Europe, just for instance, since the last Ice Age, has ever undergone. You sure you wish to chance that? But, of course, you are alive on this planet Earth, aren't you? Maybe you're but a typical hereabouts: a seething resentment beneath the surface of appearances striving to pick a bone with providence.
Well I hit "start" on the incinerate button and all that was left in the bottom of the bin was "super f.....g laz... I don't have the ambition to finis....rout.s..hold a bloc..I'm not the #1 optio....loafe... I hope one day we can get a polished finisher like Brandon Kaufman. One who busts his sack to refine the skills that separates a "good" receiver from a guy who lays close to two "hundy" on you and puts you away late in the game even though the stadium knew it was coming his way. When Jabin made his catch against "Appy" he actually pissed me off because I knew what he was really capable of.... :puke: S.F.L.
 
rimrockgriz said:
WyomingGrizFan said:
rimrockgriz said:
Speaking of Sambrano...I'm curious of your comments on this statement. Factoring in talent and LAZINESS I've always had Sambrano at #1....Your thoughts ???

You're saying that you thought that Jabin Sambrano, with the talent he had, was, huh, in your words...LAZY? I'm curious of "your" comments. How ya figure?

I mean, unless you can adjudicate intangibles somewhat, or, you at least went up against him on a one-on-one basis, how do you figure from the statistical inference?

2008 played in 10 games with 5 receptions for 59 yards and nine kickoff returns for 161 yards (17.9 avg.)

2009 played in 15 games with 31 receptions for 512 yards and 5 TDs; 28 kickoff returns for 695 yards (24.8 avg.) and one punt return for 26 yards.

2010 played in nine games with 39 recpetions for 584 yards and 3 TDs; rushed six times for 46 yards (7.3 avg.).

2011 played in 14 games with 36 recpetions for 632 yards and 10 TDs; rushed 6 times for 141 yards and 2 TDs for a 23.5 average; 37 punt returns for 354 yards and 1 TD; 40 kickoff returns for 836 yards and 1 TD, long of 96 yds.

-----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

Or is the sole source of your information but the "Astral Planes?" Even though it's been cited previously that intution is subject to misdirection especially when the methodology of REASON is not acknowledged. :lol:

One of the "7 Deadly Sins," as I've heard along the way, is one called "sloth," otherwise known as being as a parasite (socordia). They, the 7 altogether, lend themselves, in at least an alchemical point of view, of a person being unredeemable. Almost like Theseus going up against that that does will evil deliberately. Unredeemable?..isn't that's like in going through the threshold of pain, as there is never a painless death by the way, experiencing all the pain, suffering, mutilations, etc., etc., etc., that anyone, at least throughout the history of Europe, just for instance, since the last Ice Age, has ever undergone. You sure you wish to chance that? But, of course, you are alive on this planet Earth, aren't you? Maybe you're but a typical hereabouts: a seething resentment beneath the surface of appearances striving to pick a bone with providence.
Well I hit "start" on the incinerate button and all that was left in the bottom of the bin was "super f.....g laz... I don't have the ambition to finis....rout.s..hold a bloc..I'm not the #1 optio....loafe... I hope one day we can get a polished finisher like Brandon Kaufman. One who busts his sack to refine the skills that separates a "good" receiver from a guy who lays close to two "hundy" on you and puts you away late in the game even though the stadium knew it was coming his way. When Jabin made his catch against "Appy" he actually pissed me off because I knew what he was really capable of.... :puke: S.F.L.

You're terribly misinformed. Jabin had 8 TDs in his final 6 games. The end-around against NAU and his quick slant against Cal Poly were the turning points of the game. He had 600+ receiving yards while splitting lead receiver roles with Moutra and in an offense that was read-option and favored the run. His return capabilities have been severely missed. It's as if you didn't even consider the system when talking about Jabin...
 
grizfan95 said:
rimrockgriz said:
WyomingGrizFan said:
rimrockgriz said:
Speaking of Sambrano...I'm curious of your comments on this statement. Factoring in talent and LAZINESS I've always had Sambrano at #1....Your thoughts ???

You're saying that you thought that Jabin Sambrano, with the talent he had, was, huh, in your words...LAZY? I'm curious of "your" comments. How ya figure?

I mean, unless you can adjudicate intangibles somewhat, or, you at least went up against him on a one-on-one basis, how do you figure from the statistical inference?

2008 played in 10 games with 5 receptions for 59 yards and nine kickoff returns for 161 yards (17.9 avg.)

2009 played in 15 games with 31 receptions for 512 yards and 5 TDs; 28 kickoff returns for 695 yards (24.8 avg.) and one punt return for 26 yards.

2010 played in nine games with 39 recpetions for 584 yards and 3 TDs; rushed six times for 46 yards (7.3 avg.).

2011 played in 14 games with 36 recpetions for 632 yards and 10 TDs; rushed 6 times for 141 yards and 2 TDs for a 23.5 average; 37 punt returns for 354 yards and 1 TD; 40 kickoff returns for 836 yards and 1 TD, long of 96 yds.

-----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

Or is the sole source of your information but the "Astral Planes?" Even though it's been cited previously that intution is subject to misdirection especially when the methodology of REASON is not acknowledged. :lol:

One of the "7 Deadly Sins," as I've heard along the way, is one called "sloth," otherwise known as being as a parasite (socordia). They, the 7 altogether, lend themselves, in at least an alchemical point of view, of a person being unredeemable. Almost like Theseus going up against that that does will evil deliberately. Unredeemable?..isn't that's like in going through the threshold of pain, as there is never a painless death by the way, experiencing all the pain, suffering, mutilations, etc., etc., etc., that anyone, at least throughout the history of Europe, just for instance, since the last Ice Age, has ever undergone. You sure you wish to chance that? But, of course, you are alive on this planet Earth, aren't you? Maybe you're but a typical hereabouts: a seething resentment beneath the surface of appearances striving to pick a bone with providence.
Well I hit "start" on the incinerate button and all that was left in the bottom of the bin was "super f.....g laz... I don't have the ambition to finis....rout.s..hold a bloc..I'm not the #1 optio....loafe... I hope one day we can get a polished finisher like Brandon Kaufman. One who busts his sack to refine the skills that separates a "good" receiver from a guy who lays close to two "hundy" on you and puts you away late in the game even though the stadium knew it was coming his way. When Jabin made his catch against "Appy" he actually pissed me off because I knew what he was really capable of.... :puke: S.F.L.

You're terribly misinformed. Jabin had 8 TDs in his final 6 games. The end-around against NAU and his quick slant against Cal Poly were the turning points of the game. He had 600+ receiving yards while splitting lead receiver roles with Moutra and in an offense that was read-option and favored the run. His return capabilities have been severely missed. It's as if you didn't even consider the system when talking about Jabin...
:clap: :clap:
 
NLGrizFan said:
grizfan95 said:
rimrockgriz said:
WyomingGrizFan said:
You're saying that you thought that Jabin Sambrano, with the talent he had, was, huh, in your words...LAZY? I'm curious of "your" comments. How ya figure?

I mean, unless you can adjudicate intangibles somewhat, or, you at least went up against him on a one-on-one basis, how do you figure from the statistical inference?

2008 played in 10 games with 5 receptions for 59 yards and nine kickoff returns for 161 yards (17.9 avg.)

2009 played in 15 games with 31 receptions for 512 yards and 5 TDs; 28 kickoff returns for 695 yards (24.8 avg.) and one punt return for 26 yards.

2010 played in nine games with 39 recpetions for 584 yards and 3 TDs; rushed six times for 46 yards (7.3 avg.).

2011 played in 14 games with 36 recpetions for 632 yards and 10 TDs; rushed 6 times for 141 yards and 2 TDs for a 23.5 average; 37 punt returns for 354 yards and 1 TD; 40 kickoff returns for 836 yards and 1 TD, long of 96 yds.

-----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

Or is the sole source of your information but the "Astral Planes?" Even though it's been cited previously that intution is subject to misdirection especially when the methodology of REASON is not acknowledged. :lol:

One of the "7 Deadly Sins," as I've heard along the way, is one called "sloth," otherwise known as being as a parasite (socordia). They, the 7 altogether, lend themselves, in at least an alchemical point of view, of a person being unredeemable. Almost like Theseus going up against that that does will evil deliberately. Unredeemable?..isn't that's like in going through the threshold of pain, as there is never a painless death by the way, experiencing all the pain, suffering, mutilations, etc., etc., etc., that anyone, at least throughout the history of Europe, just for instance, since the last Ice Age, has ever undergone. You sure you wish to chance that? But, of course, you are alive on this planet Earth, aren't you? Maybe you're but a typical hereabouts: a seething resentment beneath the surface of appearances striving to pick a bone with providence.
Well I hit "start" on the incinerate button and all that was left in the bottom of the bin was "super f.....g laz... I don't have the ambition to finis....rout.s..hold a bloc..I'm not the #1 optio....loafe... I hope one day we can get a polished finisher like Brandon Kaufman. One who busts his sack to refine the skills that separates a "good" receiver from a guy who lays close to two "hundy" on you and puts you away late in the game even though the stadium knew it was coming his way. When Jabin made his catch against "Appy" he actually pissed me off because I knew what he was really capable of.... :puke: S.F.L.

You're terribly misinformed. Jabin had 8 TDs in his final 6 games. The end-around against NAU and his quick slant against Cal Poly were the turning points of the game. He had 600+ receiving yards while splitting lead receiver roles with Moutra and in an offense that was read-option and favored the run. His return capabilities have been severely missed. It's as if you didn't even consider the system when talking about Jabin...
:clap: :clap:
Misinformed...?? on what??? I can look his stats...B.F.D. His talent was immense..no question..I watched him tooooo much... :puke: :clap: :clap: S.F.L.
 
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