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Hi Guest,

Just a note to point out our TBP-initiated drive to raise funds for the Bulls Football IPF - doing our share, and more.  Please consider donating at least $23 to the effort, and passing on to others as well.  You can read more about the project at the link above.  


Go Bulls!

Thank you,

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  1. Do to your lack of knowledge you are the only one who thinks they were QBs. Pete Carroll and Tom Herman agree they are not QBs and that is why they have them playing WR and TE for their teams. Why don't you give them a call and tell them you know more about football then them and that they are QBs. For those of us like myself who actually saw them play can tell you they were in no shape or form college level QBs and their running ability was not good enough to keep them as running QBs. That is why they were beat out by a true freshmen who should have been red shirted. You keep throwing out their stars ranking like it's set in stone. If you have been watching collage football long enough you will find out just because a player was a star in one position in HS doesn't mean that transfer over to collage. He maybe be a star RB in HS and become a star DE in collage,happens a lot. No matter how mush you wish it to be the reality is they just were not collage QBs.
  2. Ash was hurt early and forced to retire,Strong had no time with him. Heard was never a collage level QB,he was a WR,which he currently still plays. Swoopes was also never a collage level QB,he was always a TE,which he still plays today for the Seattle Seahawks. Jalen was also never a collage level QB he was always a RB. This proves my point by the lack of talent Strong had to work with when he arrived. Strong had to release some players because they were a cancer to the school again that is on Mack for allowing that to happen. Beuchele was just a FR who should have been red shirted but his competition was a WR and a TE so he got the start. Do your home before you post. It's clear all you did was look at the recruiting classes without any knowledge of what actually went on.
  3. I've been coming to this site for almost a year only now have I wanted to comment enough to actually make an account. If you are comparing Strong's time at Texas to Herman's time then you must be clueless about football. Strong never had a chance at Texas. The talent level when Strong got there was horrible. Not only did they lack talent but they weren't coached up mentally or physically. The worst part was Brown didn't leave a single QB on the roster for Strong,he left him with a TE and WR has his only options to play QB. Now go back and look at what Strong left for Herman. Strong left him a loaded team full of talent that been properly nurtured and had experience by the time Herman got there. Herman was lucky to join the team at the perfect time when Strong's'players were mentally and physically ready to take over the team from Mack's group of scrub players that Strong had to play with cause his guys were just young kids at the time and not ready to take over the team.
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