Discussion in 'Colorado Football Message Board' started by wvillustrate, Sep 27, 2009.
Colorado's Speedy Stewart---watch out rednecks. Remember him from last year?
I'd be lying if I said I wasn't concerned about Devine.
How we are preparing for Devine:
toothbrush, floss, and mouthwash--- look out hillbillies!
Forget that Devine guy. What can you tell us about Heather Richardson? :lol:
Sorry, but I don't find sources which refer to the 2007 era nebraska program as a "powerhouse" particularly credible.
Credibility of links aside, Devine is in fact a freak-of-nature. He kind of scares me both on and off the field.
LOL at you guys neg repping him for nothing.. :lol:
It would be nice to see Scott break out like Devine has. They are back to back #1 RB recruits.
I already posted this, but it was sort of buried as a response to the Post article. Invited Walk-on Quentin Hildreth is "playing" Devine on our scout team. It reminded me to take another look at his highlights (which were apparently released on signing day if the date is correct.)
Give him a year to get settled and put a little weight on Quick and I think teams will be worried about HIM when they play us next year.
Devine... I hope you get to meet this guy...
That is of course if the coaches play him! So, root for him to be a hard worker!!!!:thumbsup:
I've checked up on him a little, and was told he has a great relationship with the coaches. He's all about the hard work. Came on his own dime to summer school, too.
They have already had him hosting recruits (a walkon! does that surprise you as much as me?) because of his enthusiasm for the program. I bet he does play next year, and he will be a nice addition.
He is a walk-on so he's good to go.
idk how much time he'd play next year since Sumler would be a Senior, Scott and Stewert would be juniors. After they graduate he might be in line tho
To be honest, I'm more concerned about their QB, who similar to Pat White is a fantastic athlete, but unlike Pat White is not as shifty--but prefers running over linebackers and wimpy db's.
After watching Toledo's QB carve us up on the ground the way he did, I am petrified of a strong athletic QB.
Walk-on or not, I don't think too many teams fear much when facing off against the Buffs' offense.
I forsee the walk-on and Sumler getting most of the snaps due to knowing the offense better and being hard workers. It's Hawks' system after all.
Well, you can't say he didn't warn us...
Good point. We should deliver his accolades over at the Syracuse board where he's soon to strike next.
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