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Huskies 2018 season

Discussion in 'Washington Huskies' started by RegentDenali, Jan 4, 2018.

  1. RegentDenali

    RegentDenali LOL at 42-13, 29-3, 19-3

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    We'll see.

    The excuse that he's doing it to be closer to his family is going to be laughable if he goes to Bama. It's like Saban is just shittesting the NCAA with this garbage. They've obviously given him plenty of confidence so far he could be photographed handing briefcases of money and car keys to commits, and the NCAA will just hit us with, "Well it's just how they do things down south" etc.... But this could be one of those moments that really forces the NCAA to make some noise since it's hitting a new low, even for them with this pure greed sleaze.

    Ole Miss players admitting they got paid to play there is a perfect example. I mean how fucking more evidence do you need to take a look at them? Instead it's blind eye time still for tSEC. Unreal.
     



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    WizardHawk #26 - Pac12 will learn that number

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    So the question then is, will the NCAA turn the same blind eye to whatever Crystal Ball is doing in Eugene that he picked up from Nicky? Will a Pac team get the same free pass as team SEC gets?
     
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    RegentDenali LOL at 42-13, 29-3, 19-3

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    It's probably going to parallel the Kelly tenure as HC. To keep a competitive advantage over the PAC (and they're going to have to really go Ole Miss and Bama with the recruiting sleeze, doing their homework, and bringing in a lot of borderline retarded thugs because both USC and Washington are back, unlike the Kelly era who had both teams absolutely mediocre), they're gonna to have to take the crap to new levels.

    It's gonna take awhile for the shitfest to start, but it will. The seeds are already being planted for it. It will start with the police arrests and thuggery culture. There will be zero discipline and it will escalate quickly. Christoballz will be out in about 3 years.
     
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    mcnabb7542 Resident Fake Asian!

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    Are you serious?

    The state is full of women with no teeth, you do the math!
     
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    lol, didn't even wait for the ink to dry.

    That's some cold blooded bullshit right there.
     
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    He'll never start or get to the next level....Write it down !

    Kids like this flame out faster then Dayman does on a bender!
     
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    So teethless hookers and the brinks truck. Seems about right.
     
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    RegentDenali LOL at 42-13, 29-3, 19-3

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    At least the truth finally comes out. The only ones wink and nudging this the Gumps. The rest see the ugly truth.

    Everyone in the NCAA knows. And just like with the Ducks with Kelly and now Crystalballz, eventually these arrogant fucks who cant stop the player buying give themselves enough rope to hang themselves.

    Go Dawgs!!! We good.
     
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    Didn't notice this until today, but Jr WR Aaron Fuller has been given the coveted and rare #2 jersey this season. He wore #12 last year.

    That number is special and rarely given out, and only with permission from the Chuck Carroll family. The last dawg to wear it was Kasen Williams.

    It seems that his family has given permission to the HC to award that number for a player who reflects the values of excellence and determination that Carroll was known for.

    Fuller emerged as the #1 WR out of spring ball and beyond his play was also taking on leadership and mentoring roles. He wore #2 in HS and it's a special number for him. Most players want a single digit number and they are often awarded to special players. Browning called him the MVP of the summer program.

    With McClatcher and Pounds also showing up strong so far they do appear to have some veteran leadership in the receiving corp stepping up and boy are they going to need it.


    Congrats on the coveted #2 Aaron Fuller!
     
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    The 'kind of' good news... The 1st unit offense finally got it's first TD against the 1st unit defense in team drills.

    The bad news, well more than one, it not only took 6 practices to get their first one (last play of the day at that), but it also took converting on a 4th and 1 and another 4th and 11 which isn't very realistic in live games.

    Yeah, the offense always takes time to get ramped up and this is going to be a seriously tough defense. Not really trippin on it, but man do we need that O to start clicking and get a head of steam going into that game.

    Pass rush has been effective which is awesome. Well, for the defense anyway.
     
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