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  • #51
    Originally posted by dublinirish View Post

    they haven't developed a QB since Brooks Bollinger lol. You won't make the NFL handing the ball off
    Russel Wilson did well for himself there for a year.

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    • #52
      Originally posted by Irish#1 View Post

      Just heard on Colin Coward that he's been a good teammate and supportive. His dad (take it with a grain of salt) said he's doing whatever is necessary to help the team. I don't know what time Coward's program is actually recorded, but it's in direct conflict with the tweet.
      I thought I remembered that he also said that he'd divide any NIL money between teammates as well.

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      • #53
        Originally posted by Wild Bill View Post

        Russel Wilson did well for himself there for a year.
        he was already good before he got there though, they didnt develop him
        What did Davonte do?

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        • #54
          Originally posted by dublinirish View Post

          he was already good before he got there though, they didnt develop him
          I don't disagree with you. But I will bring up that his last year at NCST he had a 2-1 TD to Interception ratio. He threw 28 TD's to 14 picks. His year in Wiscy he threw for 33 TD's to just 4 picks. Not to mention he never threw over 60% completion percentage his first 3 years at NCST. At Wisconsin he completed almost 73% of his passes.

          I would say that had he not gone to Wisconsin there is a chance he was an undrafted free agent, or at the very least certainly not a 3rd round pick.

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          • #55
            This dude will not play another game in college. Josh Allen sucked his last year at Wyoming and went 7th overall.

            He'll go back west, hang with his QB coach, work out and get ready for NFL tryouts.
            It is no coincidence that the growth of modern tyrants has in every case been heralded by the growth of prejudice.

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            • #56
              Lincoln Rileys first failure as a QB coach.

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              • #57
                Watch Williams get a high ankle next week...

                Jayden Daniels is going to the NFL in '22 after year 3 at ASU. Herm could handle the ego that is Spencer Rattler.

                He might find QB specialist Jedd Fisch at UofA a better fit?

                But as someone hinted at above... don't put it past this guy to "opt out" the rest of his college career and "dedicate himself to preparing for the 2022 NFL Draft"



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                • #58
                  Originally posted by T-Boone View Post
                  Lincoln Rileys first failure as a QB coach.
                  In fairness he’s never had to develop a teenage girl before
                  This sig will not change until The Browns win the Super Bowl... So get real used to it.

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                  • #59
                    Originally posted by ACamp1900 View Post
                    In fairness he’s never had to develop a teenage girl before
                    you know a lot about grooming teenage girls?

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                    • #60
                      Being reported that some students at the OU newspaper went to a public building where they could see practice, then reported Rattler's replacement was taking first team reps. Riley then bans all media access. lol

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                      • #61
                        Originally posted by Irishize View Post
                        Hope the advertisers that used him via NLI didn’t invest too much ad dollars.

                        Wouldn’t be surprised if he just quit CFB altogether and instead landed in Cali or AZ to train for the NFL draft. I believe he’s a junior so he’d be draft eligible.
                        I saw an article showing him standing in front of 2 Chevys (I think) that he had just received as comp for NIL. Out in front of a dealership. How are they feeling?

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                        • #62
                          Originally posted by NDFAN420 View Post

                          you know a lot about grooming teenage girls?
                          Well, I'm no Chris Collingsworth, that's for sure...
                          This sig will not change until The Browns win the Super Bowl... So get real used to it.

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                          • #63
                            Originally posted by BobbyMac View Post
                            Watch Williams get a high ankle next week...

                            Jayden Daniels is going to the NFL in '22 after year 3 at ASU. Herm could handle the ego that is Spencer Rattler.

                            He might find QB specialist Jedd Fisch at UofA a better fit?

                            But as someone hinted at above... don't put it past this guy to "opt out" the rest of his college career and "dedicate himself to preparing for the 2022 NFL Draft"


                            https://www.espn.com/college-footbal...pencer-rattler

                            These numbers are certainly not the most atrocious I've ever seen. He's been sacked 11 times? Madonna Mia!

                            Can someone explain to me how Rattler benefits from playing another down in college? There could be multiple parties who benefit from him transferring to another school and Rattler himself is not one of those.

                            All that I have seen of the kid leads me to believe he's an ass with some growing up to do, but at the end of the day, whoever is advising him needs to tell him to just leave the team and start getting ready for the Draft since he's eligible. It's not like by doing so his reputation will be further damaged because at this point it appears there is baggage and he's potentially a head case/damaged goods.

                            He doesn't benefit by going to another school and I don't know what good can come from him staying at OU either.

                            In spite of all of this, I don't think his stock has fallen nearly as much as people think.
                            It is no coincidence that the growth of modern tyrants has in every case been heralded by the growth of prejudice.

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                            • #64
                              Originally posted by Rogue219 View Post

                              https://www.espn.com/college-footbal...pencer-rattler

                              These numbers are certainly not the most atrocious I've ever seen. He's been sacked 11 times? Madonna Mia!

                              Can someone explain to me how Rattler benefits from playing another down in college? There could be multiple parties who benefit from him transferring to another school and Rattler himself is not one of those.

                              All that I have seen of the kid leads me to believe he's an ass with some growing up to do, but at the end of the day, whoever is advising him needs to tell him to just leave the team and start getting ready for the Draft since he's eligible. It's not like by doing so his reputation will be further damaged because at this point it appears there is baggage and he's potentially a head case/damaged goods.

                              He doesn't benefit by going to another school and I don't know what good can come from him staying at OU either.

                              In spite of all of this, I don't think his stock has fallen nearly as much as people think.
                              The answer is in your last sentence right? If you don’t think his stock has fallen that much, then yes it doesn’t benefit to return.

                              But if you start with the assumption his stock has fallen, it does. We don’t know the answer to who’s right there. I’m sure he’ll get plenty of feedback, accurate or not and if A is correct, he will not be back. If assumption B is correct, how far it’s fallen will determine the decision

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                              • #65
                                Originally posted by Dale View Post

                                The answer is in your last sentence right? If you don’t think his stock has fallen that much, then yes it doesn’t benefit to return.

                                But if you start with the assumption his stock has fallen, it does. We don’t know the answer to who’s right there. I’m sure he’ll get plenty of feedback, accurate or not and if A is correct, he will not be back. If assumption B is correct, how far it’s fallen will determine the decision
                                I don't see how him playing another season of college ball helps him.

                                503 pass attempts on film, he removes himself from any further cancerous situation that could provide more drama and he can't get hurt if he doesn't play.

                                Clean out locker, find Steve Clarkson and start getting ready for spring.
                                It is no coincidence that the growth of modern tyrants has in every case been heralded by the growth of prejudice.

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                                • #66
                                  With Rattler — the fact that he couldn’t succeed at a school that has had nothing but QB success recently means that he likely has Ian Book level draft value right now for opposite reasons. People will see him as a high upside player that will likely bust. Book was seen as a high floor player that is likely a career backup. Neither is a player someone will invest in early, but some team looking for that fit will take a flyer on him in the middle rounds.

                                  The only way to improve his draft stock, IMO, is to go play in a different type of scheme AND succeed. Even succeeding somewhere else in a throw-it-around-the-field spread isn’t going to do anything for him because people will ask why he failed at Oklahoma when Mayfield, Murray, and Hurts succeeded.

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                                  • #67
                                    Rattler should transfer to Ole Miss with Lane after Corral leaves for the draft.

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                                    • #68
                                      Originally posted by Me2SouthBend View Post

                                      I saw an article showing him standing in front of 2 Chevys (I think) that he had just received as comp for NIL. Out in front of a dealership. How are they feeling?
                                      Depends on whether they signed over ownership or just let him have the use of the vehicles. I’m guessing it was the latter.

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                                      • #69
                                        Other than one half against Texas it’s hard to call his time at OU a failure. He had game last year with 3 picks but aside from that he only threw 4 the rest of the year against 28 TDs. It’s not like Golson getting replaced by Rees. Caleb Williams is a f’n stud 5 star and will be a Heisman favorite for the next few seasons. I can’t get upset over a guy looking out for his NFL future.
                                        60% of the time, it works every time.

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                                        • #70
                                          Originally posted by Me2SouthBend View Post

                                          I saw an article showing him standing in front of 2 Chevys (I think) that he had just received as comp for NIL. Out in front of a dealership. How are they feeling?
                                          Might be a reason why OU fans disliked him so much. Can’t floss without cred.

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                                          • #71
                                            Originally posted by Irishnuke View Post
                                            Other than one half against Texas it’s hard to call his time at OU a failure. He had game last year with 3 picks but aside from that he only threw 4 the rest of the year against 28 TDs. It’s not like Golson getting replaced by Rees. Caleb Williams is a f’n stud 5 star and will be a Heisman favorite for the next few seasons. I can’t get upset over a guy looking out for his NFL future.
                                            I agree. The kid needs to grow up some yet and that comes with time. I'm not trying to carry water for him, but in looking at the numbers and the fact that OU is unbeaten, I'm having a real hard time feeling sorry for OU fans who are all bent out of shape.

                                            I don't see how another down of college football does him good. I get he has more to prove, but the OL this year has done him zero favors, so if he does want to play another year he'd better look at who is going to have experienced returning starters on the OL in 2022 and start his process in the transfer portal there.
                                            It is no coincidence that the growth of modern tyrants has in every case been heralded by the growth of prejudice.

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                                            • #72
                                              Originally posted by T-Boone View Post
                                              Lincoln Rileys first failure as a QB coach.
                                              Austin Kendall would like a word.
                                              It is no coincidence that the growth of modern tyrants has in every case been heralded by the growth of prejudice.

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                                              • #73
                                                Gotta keep some fairness after my original comment, report he left the team was false. On the sideline and talking to Williams and Riley during the break

                                                Kirk is being super weird on the broadcast trying to temper the Williams hype for some reason. It’s like way overcompensating. He stepped out of bounds before the first down marker and Kirk was trying to act like it was this huge point to go over in film and then threw a TD pass and Kirk kept saying it was a late throw

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