Seriously if we are going to bring in Paulus, why not Uncle Rico he has that great side-arm roll out pass down pat.
Could Uncle Rico run the spread?
He has a very quick release.
Thanks for humoring me, I laughed for 10 minutes when I made the post. He has 4 years of eligibility to boot.
Back in '82, if coach would've put him in, they'd have taken state, no doubt in my mind.
Doesn't fit the scheme, man
Matt Saracen, Paul Blake, Craig Shaeffer, and John Moxon are coming too.
but would probably overthrow receivers (right out of the stadium). I don't see him as that elusive either. Uncle Rico would be about like Threet; serviceable, but not a perfect fit for the offense. He would add some class to the locker room, however.
I thought he looked elusive, also he had some pipes, I think maybe Barwis got a hold of him.
Uncle Rico is now on LOST so yes please bring 'em in he is everything that rules.
We might have to offer Kip to get Uncle Rico. I heard they're a package deal. Kip is rumored to be about as fast as Denard (football speed, obv.), but needs to add weight.
Kip has the slowest reflexes ever
your mom goes to college
Uncle Rico could throw a football over that press box over there.
Hell while were at have Manny Harris tryout...
It's "we're" not "were". Also, you forgot an "it" in there too.
Beatings will continue until grammar improves.
We're all certain Uncle Rico has a great arm but,
I'm just not sure we want to put the added pressure on Tate!!!
It would rattle his confidence and take away some of his valuble practice snaps!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!111111111111
If we had him, Tacopants' numbers would be even higher than they were last year.
yea and Tacopants could have finally won the heisman he deserves for playing, like 6 years
of course he could! remember? he can throw a pigskin a quarter-mile!
How much you wanna bet I can throw a football over them there mountains?
from the incident with the kick boxing coach?
and i'm not sure we want Laslo from Cal Tech to be the QB (Real Genius).
He'd probably be trying to hit on Rita Rodriguez all the time.