That being said, Chadman is not convinced that this current trend/theory is necessarily correct in all it's beliefs. The NFL is very copycat, so it seems most teams feel this way. But it just needs one team to be able to dominate on the ground through the running game, or on Defense, be so stifling in run defense & capable of turnovers in pass defense that suddenly other teams will want to 'be like that' too.
Guess it really depends on which teams/coaches are the sheep, and which are the sheperds.
[QUOTE=steelerkeylargo;557754]I haven't talked with Bob Stoops but I can tell you I have seen every snap of the kids career.[/QUOTE]
the bowl game against West Virginia doesn't concern you?
[QUOTE=hawaiiansteel;557748]I read a report on Walter Football where Tony Jefferson has been getting trashed by some of his former OU coaches for having horrible practice habits and a lack of work ethic in the weight room.
doesn't sound like the kind of player the Steelers would be interested in...[/QUOTE]
[COLOR=#00ff00]Maybe he was focused on his academics ??????????????? Or not.[/COLOR]
[QUOTE=hawaiiansteel;557775]the bowl game against West Virginia doesn't concern you?[/QUOTE]
It concerns me that OU always struggles schematically against teams that have spread offenses with a mobile qb. That is more of a scheme problem that OU must address than a positional problem.
Fine with me. As long as we don't take Vaccaro in the first, I'll be happy. I think Vaccaro is talented, but I've seen him whiff too many times for my taste. Also, I don't think he's played enough back half safety to judge him as a first round safety talent.
I like Elam the best of the group. But, Jefferson could prove to be the best value if he falls to the middle rounds.
Good article on Jonathan Cyprien from Florida International. Team captain, no lost time to injuries, hard worker, and seems like he has a great attitude.