Mitch Cumstein

July 10th, 2011 at 8:39 PM ^

Granted it was a highlight tape, and there might have been some marginal holding in some of those highlights, but I love how in literally every play shown the guy KK engages ends up on the ground.


July 10th, 2011 at 10:49 PM ^

I noticed something.  Their OLinemen are HUGE! I can see why St. Ed's is always good.  They feed their OL small children or something! About a quarter of the way through the clip just watch how far KK and the rest of the line push back the Blue teams DL...crazy!  Glad to have Kyle on board!


July 10th, 2011 at 10:02 PM ^

Kalis obliterates everything in his way.  I think on one play the defender's helmet rolls off his head after getting pancaked.  Mr. Kalis reminds of Richard Kiel in The Longest Yard...."I said I was sorry."


July 10th, 2011 at 10:23 PM ^

A couple of those clips reminded me of the night during last fall's high school playoffs that Kalis and St. Ed's destroyed our team from Solon (alma mater of the late Jim Mandich).  Solon had been undefeated las season and crushed just about everyone it faced.   (That included Strobel's team from Mentor, although I think that was a closer game.) Then it lined up against St. Ed's and it was like it was suddenly playing a Big Ten team. 

I didn't know about Kalis then, but he and his teammates totally outmatched us.  I can hardly wait until he puts on the Maize and Blue.


July 11th, 2011 at 2:55 AM ^

and have to hear about how Michigan having a top 5 recruiting class is a bad thing.


everybody knows what station I'm referring to.. it's ridiculous that their three biggest sports talk shows have an MSU alum on each show. ****ing disgusting. especially since the dummies who listen can't form a single thought for themselves and take every word they hear on the radio as gospel.. so you get a bunch of idiots running around talking like they're Mike Valenti and think everything they say is right because they heard it come out of a speaker in their car. *sigh*


July 11th, 2011 at 8:07 AM ^

I particularly liked how, on some plays, he so quickly and thoroughly demolished his man that the defenders flowing down couldn't help but get tripped up in the pile of waste on the ground.  We should let him keep the green jersey so it looks like the incredible hulk pulling to smash the edge.