UTEP depth chart

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Thanks for posting. It’s official. Game week!

no big surprises on offense except the Michigan transfer beat out Brennan Eagles.

on defense: Jamison and Thompson beat out Green and Cook.

Adiyole is falling down the chart

chris Brown beat out bj foster at safety.

Predictions!! Don’t post unless willing to put it on the line!

8-2. Which equates to 10-2 with full season.

barring no major injury to Sam, appearance in conference championship game expected.
 
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I heard Eagles is a mental case. Makes a big play in practice..show boats down the sideline and a db comes and knocks the bl out..that's why he lost the job. All the talent but no brain and leadership.

I expect scooler (kid from arizona) to have a big year for us. Loved him at Oregon.

BR taking kick returns is fun. I still think by game 5 he is 2nd string getting 15 to 20 touches a game.
 
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Thanks for posting. It’s official. Game week!

no big surprises on offense except the Michigan transfer beat out Brennan Eagles.

on defense: Jamison and Thompson beat out Green and Cook.

Adiyole is falling down the chart

chris Brown beat out bj foster at safety.

Predictions!! Don’t post unless willing to put it on the line!

8-2. Which equates to 10-2 with full season.

barring no major injury to Sam, appearance in conference championship game expected.
I guess 10-1 winning the Big 12 and maybe getting into the de facto playoff. Or we could go 7-3 because we have to quarantine and contact tracing. Honestly, just hope they let the kids play.

Most excited about...

Ta'Quan Graham at the 3t
The two deep at the secondary...holy smokes the depth!
Sam
Bijan
New coordinators
Ossai at the "JACK" position

Most worried about...

OL depth at RG and RT
ILB depth
Who will step up at WR
New coordinators
 
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Marcus Tillman - LB. Is he still not back to 100% after the injury early last year? Haven’t been hearing his name.
 
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Is the RB from Georgia ever going to be able to play? Sorry, forgot his name. Sad for him but long term health trumps football.
 

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Thanks for posting. It’s official. Game week!

no big surprises on offense except the Michigan transfer beat out Brennan Eagles.

on defense: Jamison and Thompson beat out Green and Cook.

Adiyole is falling down the chart

chris Brown beat out bj foster at safety.

Predictions!! Don’t post unless willing to put it on the line!

8-2. Which equates to 10-2 with full season.

barring no major injury to Sam, appearance in conference championship game expected.
Could just be me but I have a feeling there were more things at play here than just what meets the eye. If I recall Mr. Eagles let his thoughts be known in the offseason on some subjects that are probably best not said through social media etc.
 

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I guess 10-1 winning the Big 12 and maybe getting into the de facto playoff. Or we could go 7-3 because we have to quarantine and contact tracing. Honestly, just hope they let the kids play.

Most excited about...

Ta'Quan Graham at the 3t
The two deep at the secondary...holy smokes the depth!
Sam
Bijan
New coordinators
Ossai at the "JACK" position

Most worried about...

OL depth at RG and RT
ILB depth
Who will step up at WR
New coordinators
Exactly. I hate to say it but this is really the first time in many years I really don't have much enthusiasm for CFB or sports in general due to the bs going on. I guarantee there will be star players having to sit out, freaking entire Olines on the bench etc. just because somebodies aunt's brother may have been around someone who almost got the overhyped virus. Total joke and I hope it doesn't ruin college football but I'm not placing any bets. Things have changed.
 

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Could just be me but I have a feeling there were more things at play here than just what meets the eye. If I recall Mr. Eagles let his thoughts be known in the offseason on some subjects that are probably best not said through social media etc.
I'm trying not to hold it against him, I have to remind myself what stupid crap I said at his age, damn good thing I didn't have social media back then.
 

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Exactly. I hate to say it but this is really the first time in many years I really don't have much enthusiasm for CFB or sports in general due to the bs going on. I guarantee there will be star players having to sit out, freaking entire Olines on the bench etc. just because somebodies aunt's brother may have been around someone who almost got the overhyped virus. Total joke and I hope it doesn't ruin college football but I'm not placing any bets. Things have changed.
I'll admit that I'm a lot less enthusiastic about CFB and the NFL than I ever have been. I can't stand the NBA, and have now turned off the Astros after they boycotted their game the other night. We watch sports as an escape from our every day lives, and we sure don't want to see politics brought into sports. It's gotten way, way out of hand.
 

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I'll admit that I'm a lot less enthusiastic about CFB and the NFL than I ever have been. I can't stand the NBA, and have now turned off the Astros after they boycotted their game the other night. We watch sports as an escape from our every day lives, and we sure don't want to see politics brought into sports. It's gotten way, way out of hand.
Totally agree
 

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I'll admit that I'm a lot less enthusiastic about CFB and the NFL than I ever have been. I can't stand the NBA, and have now turned off the Astros after they boycotted their game the other night. We watch sports as an escape from our every day lives, and we sure don't want to see politics brought into sports. It's gotten way, way out of hand.
This is so true. There's absolutely nothing in the sports and entertainment field that is NOT political.

I guess I'll start watching porn. Sadly, that's the only part of our culture that hasn't been politicized.
 

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This is so true. There's absolutely nothing in the sports and entertainment field that is NOT political.

I guess I'll start watching porn. Sadly, that's the only part of our culture that hasn't been politicized.
This stuff will fade after the election.
 
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I'll admit that I'm a lot less enthusiastic about CFB and the NFL than I ever have been. I can't stand the NBA, and have now turned off the Astros after they boycotted their game the other night. We watch sports as an escape from our every day lives, and we sure don't want to see politics brought into sports. It's gotten way, way out of hand.
Hockey is going strong!
 
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Jake Smith out Saturday with a hamstring injury. Would play if it was a big game. But sitting out because it's only utep
 
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This is so true. There's absolutely nothing in the sports and entertainment field that is NOT political.
Yes, it is because these elites are losing and have been forced to be even more obnoxiously louder in their condescension to us regular folk-even more than we are all used to. Regarding the NFL and all other corporate money (in the billions now), nobody knows where all is being spent because blm has no corporate offices and no corporate structure where normally these organizations must report. The speculation is that blm is funding these violent rioting peaceful protesters. All this rioting/protesting has been a full-time job and these people are getting paid.
 

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Yes, it is because these elites are losing and have been forced to be even more obnoxiously louder in their condescension to us regular folk-even more than we are all used to. Regarding the NFL and all other corporate money (in the billions now), nobody knows where all is being spent because blm has no corporate offices and no corporate structure where normally these organizations must report. The speculation is that blm is funding these violent rioting peaceful protesters. All this rioting/protesting has been a full-time job and these people are getting paid.
I wonder who all would be considered BLM management? You gotta know that someone, or multiple people within BLM are lining their pockets and laughing all the way to the bank with all of these donations that suckers, err companies and individuals are making to BLM.
 

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All the donations to BLM are actually going to the Democratic party. Go try and donate to BLM and you will see it redirect you to the Democratic party's Blue State website.