Discussion in 'The Tradition' started by RynoAid, Feb 6, 2011.
Going way back to pull out Butler photos...I still remember you living and dying with that guy.
I carried on the tradition (pun intended) in '10 with Kris Hughes. Absolute Monster.
The golden age! lol.
When I think of those days I don't remember specific players so much as great games, great plays, etc.
Incidentally, Butler was involved in one of those plays. Then there was the fumble scoop and incredible return against Fosh.
And Fosh's 2 point interception against ASU where ASU was trying to stretch the lead to a FG and instead LOST THE GAME. I also remember Ryno's diving catch that was in one of these, because I never did anything remotely like that.
For anybody who's interested here are the plays of the month that include some of those gems.
You can't claim Logan you cheeser, lol. You just inherited a freak TE and rode his balls for 4000 yards. Didn't even recruit him lol.
the most dominant LB in deuce history...have yet to find a MLB that can come close to his level..
what's that RB I had at Oregon Helli?
F off. You're thinking of Gerald Goodman. Joseph Wilson was almost as good. Another name to remember is Cory Crowder. That squat little fucker put up some amazing numbers.
That guy is the most dominant player in the history of the world.
Gerald Goodman was the goods, 99 spd lulz...he's the best recruit I've ever had...I <3 him
My favorite player:
Florida State Potential HOF Nominees
First Name: T.J.
Last Name: Brooks
Home State: Connecticut
Team: Florida State
Year Left Program: 2018
Team Captain: Yes
Throw Power: 91
Throw Accuracy: 92
Recruited Prestige: 4
40 Time: 4.86
Career Stats (3 seasons):
QB Rating: 160.7
Comp/Att: 1,048/1,703 (61.5%)
TD: 160 (NCAA Record)
Avg YPG: 382.3
QB Rating: 169.3
Comp/Att: 371/582 (61.5%)
TD: 62 (NCAA Record)
Avg YPG: 389.2
2018 Heisman Award
2017 O'Brian Award
T.J. didn't even come in the highest rated QB recruit in his class at Florida State. Early on we knew he had a gifted combination of brains and accuracy. He was like a coach on the field. He had an uncanny knack for throwing the ball exactly where it needed to go. People look at his 62 career interceptions and think that he is inaccurate, but he was intercepted less than 4% of the time.
Nobody can even touch Leon "sweet saucy now" Jenkins.. Best Dline player ever at TF.
All time NCAA sacks leader with three SEC titles and three BCS rings...suck it.
^Why so angry
it's either the snow or the kids... i can never figure out which one....
Both and I am not Fing angry.
Rusty, your the only person I know that can change their mind in the same sentence...LOL.
I don't have a screen grab, but that freak halfback Robertson I had at Oklahoma has gone unmatched
wasnt he a pussy though?
Yeah I wanted Robertson but couldn't beat Oklahoma with Purdue in the recruiting arena to get him (imagine that!). We had to settle for a perfect record against Oklahoma on the field! Just the fact that it was close for Robertson was a black mark for Rhude IMO... .Then of course I had a chance at that HB Oregon mentioned too! He held me off or maybe even got him to uncommit or something. Painful.
But I had a backup plan the second time... I ended up going with my second option that season ... #32, I can't remember his last name... All he did was win a couple rings or three. He was really, really good.
Rhude I still remember the ungodly performances that my QB Robinson had against you guys... I think in one game he was perfect on just about every throw...
A pussy who won the Heisman with an insane season and if I recall correctly ran through Penn State in our win
@Helli: I remember none of that *sheepishly slinks away*
you have to use the whole name to tag someone.
First video I made I think
That was the first year I got here I think....you got me that game, but Robertson wasn't there yet, Harvey was the back
Post the vid of our rematch that I won, wanna see if Robertson was there
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