Discussion in 'Colorado Football Message Board' started by bbads, Nov 30, 2011.
pretty sweet i thought
Seems like a humble young man
Well, maybe not humble, but I think receivers are supposed to have a little of that attitude.
I really enjoyed the video. Some great catches, and some nice yards after the catch too. Hope he gets his chance.
Wish we had him for two more years and two more just like him
Well done video for sure... Jamie Guy is the dude that makes all of the sweet CU clips/films right (the one for the beginning of the season comes to mind)? Anyway, we will miss TClem. He had some really sick catches this year... wish he would've come into his own a year earlier!
Notice how they cut away before he could fumble the ball out of the endzone in the Utah game? Great effort after the catch... and I still think that's a BS rule.
TClem provided for some great highlights in an other dismal year. I hope Richardson heals well and can fill in to make those tough acrobatic catches.
Before he got hurt, PRichh was our top target, and TClem played well. But TClem benefited a lot from a slighly hampered PRichh returning to the line up later in the season. TClem was our top target, but PRichh, even at 75 or 80 percent, is still good enough to command the defense's attention and let TClem see single coverage a lot of the time. I have no doubt that PRichh can step back into the role of the top target, I just hope we have someone else to step into the number 2 role and let PRichh have some room to roam.
Dude will be missed. I really hope he gets a chance at the next level. By the end of the year he was a playing at a level we haven't seen in Boulder for a long, long time. He's the guy I'm most worried about replacing next year.
Gonna miss TClem. It was fun to watch him step up and progress this year.
I viewed Clemons as a total disappointment going into this year, and probably even halfway into the season - but the way he came on makes me think that if he had a couple more years with this staff he could have been incredible.
As an aside, watching Hansen throw, I've noticed this before but always forgot to comment on it, does anybody else notice that he seems to throw a better ball when he does that little lift of his back foot as he releases? Actually not little, he completely raises his foot to about knee level at the release. I'm not a QB coach, but I can't imagine that is correct footwork, yet it seemed like when he had the 'normal' footwork, he'd usually miss the receiver completely or overthrow it. I noticed it here because every throw was a good one, and almost every one had that little kick he does. You'd think he'd have worked that out by now.
I hate to be that guy, but vimeo embeds just fine in AB:
Anyone know why he changed his number from #17 to #7 part way through the season?
I'm assuming it was so he and Hartigan could play special teams at the same time.
Did he play ST? I would imagine that he did because it probably would have been a good way to get another look at the NFL. He may not have been a return man, but the ability to play ST would help getting drafted. I know Embree emphasized that during the spring game as well as fall camp.
I know he returned kicks off an on. I'm assuming Hartigan was on the return team as well.
I'll miss TClem. Always loved his attitude, except when he had the dropsies in the earlier part of the year. He remedied that after the coaches got to him. Love it. Great to see a player improve that was inconsistent. Consistency is what makes the good teams good and a lack of it results in a team like we had this year. Our other WR, PRich, digressed, but he was also injured a lot through the year so I'll cut him some slack. Hopefully next year he comes back bigger and faster than this year. We'll need him to step it up and be a role model for our true frosh since some of them will definitely see the field.
LOVE seeing the footage of TClem blocking, I presume, at the very beginning of the clip. Our WR corp is going to have to get better at blocking for us in the future and I enjoy seeing physical football.
I want this team to be tough as rain.
I can't say for sure this is true, but Clemons improvement over the course of the year sure seems like a true testament to the coaching staff. (I'm not saying Tony didn't have to put in a lot of effort - he did).
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