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Discussion in 'Longhorn Sports' started by FlourBluffHorn, Sep 10, 2018.
He reminds me of Jamal Chales when he runs, got that stop full speed gear
He hurt his knee against Tulsa and will probably be out for USC. We can't have anything nice.
His running style is smooth like Charles, but I don’t think he’s close to when it comes to speed.
I would hate to have to make a call like this but, our best 1-2 punch is probably Ingram/Young. Ingram and Watson styles are similar and Young brings a different element. I say it is hard because we recruited him to transfer and that was a big move and something to consider. I know this is the big leagues and the best should play, but for me personally it would be tough because I would take that into consideration. Anyway, it may not make a huge difference in the grand scheme of things because Watson is very good and also has more experience, but just something I was thinking about. I initially thouht it was easy and it should be Watson/Young, but watching Ingram has changed my mind.
looks like hes out this week with a hurt shin?
I’m baffled by Young not being a bigger part of this offense. In my eyes, he was our best back last year. I like the way he runs, seems to have decent vision, he’s strong, and can separate in space. Was he fumbling a bunch in camp?
It’s not what the saber metric binder says to do. That’s what they’d EXPECT!
Garbage in garbage out. I also think they want to keep everyone happy "in the locker room." Problem being up to this point, the fans have been rather subdued, but not anymore.
What happened to Toneil Carter?
Poor man's hodges Mitchell.
Well, they ain't no rich mans shit laying around , so you take wwhat ya can get..
Kid shows a lot of potential.
That dude is such an underrated Horn
I visited with a Carthage fan while at a casino this summer. He is friends and close to Ingram and his family. He had nothing but praises for the young man, saying not only what a good player he is, but also what fine character he has. Also, praised Carthage's head coach as well.