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from the TBT
This part was funny
On why he didn't choose them:
Ohio State: “I already had a little hate for them because of Miami (dating back to the 2003 BCS championship game won by the Buckeyes in overtime). I liked Coach Urban (Meyer). I liked him a lot. Then I saw the national championship and I was like, oh, I don’t like him anymore. … I’d rather go to Michigan. I should’ve gone there instead of Ohio State. I’m definitely not going to Ohio State.”
Rest of the article linked
good stuff!! Love this kid
Thought this was interesting...Wharton defensive coordinator Kiwaukee Thomas, a former NFL defensive back, thinks Hargreaves will eventually grow into a safety in college. “I think he’s going to grow. His father was a LB and any time he touches a weight, another muscle pops out. I think he’s a ball-hawk type, like (Baltimore Ravens safety) Ed Reed. He doesn’t like me saying that. But his mom says he doesn’t eat that much because he doesn’t want to gain too much weight.”
I found that fascinating. Loved that he didn't think he could have fun at Bama,,,,you have to be different to play at ND and, of course, this line "But he went to Florida State and saw it was in Tallahassee."
"You're not a good guy, you go somewhere else. We'll play you. We'll beat you."
That's what she said.
Who's more valuable to the defense a corner or a safety?
Depends are you getting a Ed Reed as a Safety? or a average safety and pretty good corner. I would take a Ed reed as a safety over a good corner XD
Then again their is only 1 Ed Reed
I was saying would you want more of a lockdown corner darrel revis or ed reed ?
Ed Reed imo more of a game changer revis didnt get thrown to often, which is all great but i like Reed's playstyle.
I like Cromartie. He's the Father of our Country
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