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Strong player up the middle.
I'm a big believer you have to have a middle linebacker that can fill the running lanes against the spread.
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posted this on the other thread...do you think he redshirts this year or is he ready to play? wouldn't mind a little competition for Edmonds to make sure he gets in shape...plus as a backup. I was also thinking that with these two thumpers, Manny could bring a 3-4 against some run teams like, say, the purple bird....love your thoughts.
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I want to know how he got Charlie Sheen's glasses from Major League.
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Freaking awesome! And as Black Shipley pointed out yesterday, today (Jan.29) should be known as....
"Dia De Los Santos"
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"Don't know. Never had one"
-- D. Royal-Mack Brown how to coach a team after a losing season
Combine these 4 things together and we should enjoy watching Santos help our defense wreck havoc on offenses over the next few years.
1. Analysis: Santos is a pure, downhill inside linebacker. He’s a hard-hitting, run fit thumper that recently weighed in at 257-pounds for the 2012 Under Armour All-America game. The East Texas star is one of the most physical prospects in Texas, and one of the hardest hitting linebackers in the 2012 class nationwide.
2. “He committed to Texas this morning and he’s fired up!,” Albert Santos wrote.
3. Bennie working with him this offseason.
4.Diaz implementing him into his scheme.
Wonder how big PaPa is? )
Really like the way he plugs runs up the middle... gonna be an asset to an already strong D and we all know Defense wins championships
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