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Old 07-14-2004, 06:12 PM   #31
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Crisp, could you make the argument cutting Watson and Wuerffel was Snyder's way of appeasing to both Cerrato and Spurrier? Sort of like when Norv wanted Dilfer and Westbrook (if I remember right) and Casserley wanted Shuler and Galloway, and we got one of each?
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Old 07-14-2004, 06:56 PM   #32
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Thinking outside the box...offis? Anyone remember Betts fumbling into the endzone against DAL? He was rundown by DE Eukeban. Betts' 40 time is probably still better than Cartwright. But Cartwrght hits the holes quicker! And who has the run power? Cartwright will turn out to be the Mike Anderson of the 'Skins!
Plain and simple, there is no way Rock hit's the hole faster than Bett's, Bett's has been unfortunate in the injury dept. but never sustained an injury in college, I think his injuries have been coincidental, he tried to come back to soon last year with the forearm injury, and it never really healed, Bett's can be a very, very, good back, nothing I saw from Rock last year told me that he can't be replaced, he's solid, but he will alway's be a tweener.
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Old 07-14-2004, 11:52 PM   #33
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Crisp, could you make the argument cutting Watson and Wuerffel was Snyder's way of appeasing to both Cerrato and Spurrier? Sort of like when Norv wanted Dilfer and Westbrook (if I remember right) and Casserley wanted Shuler and Galloway, and we got one of each?
No, because in this case, Spurrier wanted both Watson and Wuerffel. Cerrato wanted McCullough over Watson, and didn't want Wuerffel. Spurrier lost on both counts.
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Old 07-15-2004, 08:19 AM   #34
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woah, just looked, watson had 800 yds in 2002, 23 kick returns, 0 fumbles, not bad for a backup.

seems like cutting him was dumb; those numbers beat rock in all categories...
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Old 07-15-2004, 10:08 AM   #35
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No, because in this case, Spurrier wanted both Watson and Wuerffel. Cerrato wanted McCullough over Watson, and didn't want Wuerffel. Spurrier lost on both counts.
Oops I mean to say McCullough, but I see your point. Thanks JC!
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I like Rock's chances of making the team :thumb:
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