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  1. If one can't get a high 4* DT, then I would pass and go for a high * LB. Of course, a splash DT is everyone's dream right now, but substandard is no standard at this point.
  2. I would say, Oregon could definitely use a big time and experienced ILB. A rotation of 3/4 guys would be difficult for opposing offenses to overcome. Especially if all players are well developed mentally and physically.
  3. I'm quite sure that MC and company have their eyeballs glued to the Portal. A RB would be great, and there are a lot of Kids that are 4/5* out of high school that wish to transfer. There is a TE out of LSU that is looking real hard and has no locked down destination by the name of Arik Gilbert. 6'5". Or how about Netori Johnson DT out of Georgia. 6'3" 327. That can't be bad, right? And one of my favorites is a kid on USC's roster that wants out. He's a 5* ILB by the name of Palaie Gaoteote. 6'2" 250 out of HS from the class of 2018! There is no doubt, we did the most damage when we had a Light
  4. Thank you for informing us, with clarity, about the standards and expectations on this forum. We live in a world that allows little to no standard when expressing ones viewpoint. The vitriol that has oozed into society is the evidence that has surfaced from lack of regard to others opinions. A sharing of thoughts and ideas brings success. After all, there is a frustrating of plans where there is no confidential talk. By you allowing a forum with civil standards, we get to enjoy various ideas. Thank you again Fish
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  6. To be fair, there were problems all over the field. Sp. Teams gutted the Fiesta Bowl. That's youth and coaching right there. 5/6 total turnovers will put undue pressure on a team. Yes, that's an opportunity for teams to be tested by fire and show their true metal. Truth is/was, Oregon was the most inexperienced team in all of college football. Shough still played as the best QB in Pac12. But, missing an NFL blind side offensive lineman is a killer. Missing a hard hitting RB is a killer. Missing TE starters is a killer. And WR as well. Defense was extremely Young and inexperienced. I'm sor
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