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Nice to see our team really put in some hard work this year.  If you read the article, we have players that got stronger compared to previous years.   Hopefully this will translate onto the field. 

 

http://www.tampabay.com/sports/college/usf-beefing-up-for-football-season/2289449

Mass appeal

A look at some of USF's weight gains during the Willie Taggart era

Average weight

2013 offensive line: 296.4

Projected 2016 line: 316.2

2013 defensive line: 262.8

Projected 2016 line: 271.3

Top 3 rushers in 2013: 196.3

Top 3 tailbacks in 2016: 209.3

 

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That was some fantastic Holtz hating if you saw anything in that article about current progress compared to previous. As we get further and further from CSH, I look forward to how we can squeeze in a dig where it's virtually impossible to do so.

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3 hours ago, JTrue said:

That was some fantastic Holtz hating if you saw anything in that article about current progress compared to previous. As we get further and further from CSH, I look forward to how we can squeeze in a dig where it's virtually impossible to do so.

You were the first one to bring up Holtz.  I know Uncle Skippy is near and dear to your heart, but any "Holtz hating" after your post is really brought on from your statement alone.  

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3 hours ago, Rizman said:

Nice to see our team really put in some hard work this year.  If you read the article, we have players that got stronger compared to previous years.   Hopefully this will translate onto the field. 

 

http://www.tampabay.com/sports/college/usf-beefing-up-for-football-season/2289449

Mass appeal

A look at some of USF's weight gains during the Willie Taggart era

Average weight

2013 offensive line: 296.4

Projected 2016 line: 316.2

2013 defensive line: 262.8

Projected 2016 line: 271.3

Top 3 rushers in 2013: 196.3

Top 3 tailbacks in 2016: 209.3

 

 

3 hours ago, JTrue said:

That was some fantastic Holtz hating if you saw anything in that article about current progress compared to previous. As we get further and further from CSH, I look forward to how we can squeeze in a dig where it's virtually impossible to do so.

I'd like to see the unit by unit breakdown of their golf handicaps. Bet those have also gone up since Holtz was fired.

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3 hours ago, JTrue said:

That was some fantastic Holtz hating if you saw anything in that article about current progress compared to previous. As we get further and further from CSH, I look forward to how we can squeeze in a dig where it's virtually impossible to do so.

Impressive leap

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