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Robb Smith did a wonderful job last year, but it was one year. I'm happy to have him, but come on guy.
Frick dude, someone needs to make sure Robb Smith didn't sell his soul to the devil or something like that.
I can't believe he's got the arm strength or decision making ability to play pro.But he did train under Petrino for one year, so who knows.
I thought I was sure there isn't a pro throw he can make. Am I mistaken?
I think it's possible IF he can show that he can stay healthy and upright. He throws a nice ball. I'm not so sure it helps him being in a pro style offense because there is therefor plenty of film on him. The scouts will know if the kid can pla or not. A spread kid that's never been under center is an unknown therefor harder to grade out so they tend to get a pass.
I do remember John Thompson putting in a 7 game stretch like that, then leaving for LSU.
No fucking way. Not a chance. Brandon Harris at LSU has a better chance in the pros than BA, and Harris was awful last year. BA is just fine at hitting guys 10 yards in and keeping possesion, but he gave up on so many plays last season with galf the pressure he'll see in the NFL. That's not even mentioning the times he missed wide open WRs down the field, as in didn't even look their way. Just no.I like the kid and think he represents the UA as well as anyone in awhile, but ya'll are drinking early if you think he has a chance at a practice squad at the next level.
I've seen a lot of NFL QBs throw it into the stands, so they can live to face another down. I think Allen is one of the best in the nation at that one.
Well I will think Allen would look better passing with more speed to throw to but yeah thanks for crapping all over my dreams. I think I was drunk most of the last two seasons.
He has opinions and posts them like a hippopotamus shits. Just every-fucking-where.
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