1 hour and 7 minutes
Instead of making you listen to a Hardcore History-length preview we’re splitting this one up into three parts. That was decided after it was recorded.
We Couldn’t Have One Without the Other
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(starts at 2:20)
There’s Harbaugh Speight and there’s Reverts to Borges Speight. Peters is where he ought to be. If O’Korn’s getting mention it’s a good sign for him or a motivator for Peters or whatever it’s Speight.
2. Running Back
(starts at 14:05)
Lotta guys and at least one is a total Harbaugh Dude. Evans can anticipate where he’ll juke you. Solid 1-2-3 with him, Higdon and Isaac, and Kareem Walker ought to hold off the freshmen.
3. Catchy-Blocky Types
(starts at 24:21)
Hammering Panda gets two-for-ones, short yardage running and we’ll see more of his excellent receiving this year; conditioning might be the issue (and explain the 50/50 split). Ben Mason can hit so hard he could displace Old Bandit (Poggi). Old Skillet Hands. When they need to move somebody it’s Ty Wheatley Jr. Gentry is an NFL weapon. Everyone mispronounces McKeon; the coaches love him. Eubanks one more year.
4. Wide Receiver
(starts at 35:25)
No Terrell Owens on this team, except talent-wise in which case there are lots. Tarik Black might be #1 right now, and so smooth you’ll year Santana solos. Donovan Peoples-Jones can be fun fun fun. Crawford is blocky, likely the top target out of the gate. Oliver Martin is most polished guy ever, Nico is unfair. Route Artisan Grant Perry retains the slot. Schoenle and Johnson and McDoom...this is fine.
5. Offensive Line
(starts at 50:18)
Cole not a classic left tackle but he’s still great. Bredeson was bad but nowhere near as bad as Coy Cronk or Michael Jordan (NTMJ), i.e good for a freshman. Kugler: relatively The Lock (…to be adequate). Mike Onwenu is some weight; Ruiz is around to back up those two spots. Right tackle…
- “Total Eclipse of the Heart”—Bonnie Tyler
- “Across 110th Street”