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No, not Mike Ford. Cedric Hill needs to get some more chances. He's a big target and unlike many of the receivers, he catches almost everything that's thrown to him. He would be ideal for the chain-moving patterns.

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No, not Mike Ford. Cedric Hill needs to get some more chances. He's a big target and unlike many of the receivers, he catches almost everything that's thrown to him. He would be ideal for the chain-moving patterns.

Everything but the TD pass last week @ UCONN, where he was wide open

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That still puts him ahead of many receivers who have dropped multiple TD passes this year.

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No, not Mike Ford. Cedric Hill needs to get some more chances. He's a big target and unlike many of the receivers, he catches almost everything that's thrown to him. He would be ideal for the chain-moving patterns.

Everything but the TD pass last week @ UCONN, where he was wide open

While it still hit him in the chest and he should have caught it... he wasn't "wide open"... the U Conn defender jumped in front of him and blocked his view briefly... Cedric may have expected the pass to be blocked or at least tipped, and when it wasn't, he was too surprised to react.

JMHO.

He still should have caught it.

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No, not Mike Ford. Cedric Hill needs to get some more chances. He's a big target and unlike many of the receivers, he catches almost everything that's thrown to him. He would be ideal for the chain-moving patterns.

Everything but the TD pass last week @ UCONN, where he was wide open

Don't forget the dropped 2 point conversion vs. Rutgers in OT last year..

not clutch at all.

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Don't forget the dropped 2 point conversion vs. Rutgers in OT last year..

not clutch at all.

That was AMP Hill, not CEDRIC Hill.

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No, not Mike Ford. Cedric Hill needs to get some more chances. He's a big target and unlike many of the receivers, he catches almost everything that's thrown to him. He would be ideal for the chain-moving patterns.

Everything but the TD pass last week @ UCONN, where he was wide open

Don't forget the dropped 2 point conversion vs. Rutgers in OT last year..

not clutch at all.

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We should just get it to Busbee more. He's clearly the better tight end. (Ben is a really good friend of mine. I know Ced is a better athlete.)

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Totally agree, get Cedric the ball more.   

been saying that since Rutgers.

:-\

apparently the coaches don't read this board for our suggestions.

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