"They're T-Stars for your feet" - @jimmygards
MOVE DEM CHAINS, RSJ. Ricky Seals-Jones is a unique player - especially for the A&M offense. Did you realize he's 240 pounds? That's damn near NFL tight end size. If we've learned anything through the first couple games, our quarterbacks love finding big RSJ on those chain-moving routes. To be frank, I expected more flashy athleticism when Seals-Jones got to A&M. He just doesn't glide like Kirk, Speedy, and Reynolds (who does?). What we have though is a big, consistent wide receiver that catches almost everything in his vicinity. More importantly, I really dig RSJ as a person. He loves his teammates and is all about W's. Our supply at receiver is overflowing, and for the position that traditionally has the most divas in football, we seem to have a crew of selfless bad asses.
HIT THE LIGHTS AND PASS ME A SMOKE. Get out your steno pads, students. Mattywatty is back to school us on x's and o's. I love these pieces. Super educational. MAKES ME FEEL LIKE A REAL CORCH IN THE FILM ROOM. Then I say something like "that's a timing route for the Z receiver. He fucked that up" at a tailgate and get punched in the balls.
EX-TRE, EX-TRE READ ALL ABOUT IT. When they take time away from penning super weird police blotters, the Reno Gazette-Journal talks football. This is a well-coached team with nothing to lose, gang. Throw in the 11 AM kick and things can get goofy. I hope the coaches reinforce what happened to Auburn last week against a team that would get drilled by Nevada.
PULSE ELEVATING. Your favorite show is back. Take a look behind the scenes with 12th Man Productions' "The Pulse". Well done, y'all.
FOOTBALL IS FUN. Especially non-NFL football. Tonight we get some sweet ACC action with Clemson heading to Louisville. The Cardinals are a 5.5 point dog at home. What say my fellow degenerates?
|Thu, Sept 17, 2015
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