Discussion in 'Colorado Football Message Board' started by buff4life, Dec 30, 2010.
Let me just grab my crystal ball and I'll get back to you.
It's hard to say if Scott got a fair chance under our last regime. Let's see how he does at USF to really gauge if he could have even been serviceable.
Thing about RB is that you can land a stud and he can be a game changer immediately. Not all guys become AD or Lattimore, but there are good RBs that just need coaching and a good line to adjust. The biggest thing for most backs seem to be able to pickup the blitz coming out of HS.
If you had a crystal ball you'd know what I'll say next.
i knew you were going to say that
Whos AD? Well first of all, he (Scott) was out of shape when he got to Boulder for fall camp, and watching him play he just didnt seem very physical or explosive as Stewart is. But I agree that you can argue about not giving him a fair chance under Hawkins. They could have used him more but he didnt seem like he wanted it as much as Rodney. But Bienemy is back at RB coach and OC so thats a bonus seeing as how he was the one coaching Brown, Purify and Co. and you add a BIG seasoned Oline loaded with seniors into the mix and you get a kick ass running game. just gota worry about the passing game.
AD is Adrian Peterson's nickname which stands for All Day
who is adrian peterson?
Why does Bieniemy call him 2A some times in those vikings NFL videos? Does anybody know what that stands for?
^^^^^^^^ uh he call's him two eight ( he's jersey number) not 2A
okay my bad
who is Darren Scott?
so far he's gained 30 LB's
was impressed with both T. Joneses at the fall scrimmage. one of them didn't catch well, but looked the part. best two RB's i've seen in person are Rashaan Salaam and Adrian Peterson. possibly Ahman Green. Rashaan was a freak out of the deep pitch I.
holy crap you are right. up to 239. per the usf roster.
holy will he be able to run?
as was commented before, maybe we should have made him the fullback.
Hugh Charles was not a sleeper, he never woke up. He was the best we had at the time, but nowhere near the caliber of the other backs you mentioned.
Disagree on Hugh Charles. He was a solid contributor, an excellent student, and if you look at his YPA - it is better than Stewarts.
Hugh was a bit like Jamaal Charles at UT.....best two years were his frosh and senior. kinda slept-walked through the middle two.
Didn't say he wasn't a solid contributor. Hagan was constantly on Hugh for not running down hill, not running north south, and avoiding contact. Stewart ain't done.
I just want to give a shout-out to the Quentin Hildreth fans in the audience.
Time will tell.
In 2012 our RB corps should be interesting with Speedy gone. I wonder who steps up to the plate?
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