Discussion in 'Colorado Football Message Board' started by DBT, Dec 15, 2007.
I'm glad he made the best decision for him. There are far more important things than football and I hope he stays healthy. I kinda hope he can stick around and mentor some of the new lb prospects coming in though. I bet they could learn a lot from him.
Man, that's too bad for RJ. He worked very, very hard to get to a starting position despite the disadvantage of being nowhere near as physically gifted as some of these kids. Nothing but props for the hard work and best of luck to RJ. Even though I'm sure this hurts now, he'll look back on this in 30 years when he's still happy and healthy with his family and know that he made the right decision.
On a lighter note, I wonder how Stoops will spin this with Katoa?
No doubt. Must be close to 20 LBs in Boulder by OU math.
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