But not very accurate?Luke Getsy, QB- 2007-present: San Francisco 49'ers
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Posted 09 November 2008 - 01:18 PM
I know, I wish they would update that. How difficult would it be to have some student aid update it?But not very accurate?Luke Getsy, QB- 2007-present: San Francisco 49'ers
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Posted 10 November 2008 - 08:14 AM
"I've been fortunate in my life time to be part of some big wins, and that would have been the biggest" —Terry Bowden on UA@UM
Posted 10 November 2008 - 10:12 AM
Best I know he had 3 solo tackles and 1 assistIt looks like he spent time covering Wes WelkerOn that last New England drive, Reggie Corner was worked in against Wes Welker in the slot as they moved Greer out wide. On the seven plays of that drive, Corner was matched up on Welker three times. Corner gave up just one reception for no gain.Welker also had a two-yard reception on third down on the last play of that last New England drive, but it was difficult to tell if Corner was covering Welker because the Patriots had a bunch formation.
Someone said that Reggie Corner would get some playing time today but I couldn't get the game. Did he play? How did he do?
Posted 10 November 2008 - 08:58 PM
Omar Kelly, of the South Florida SunSentinel, reports OG Andy Alleman is pushing OG Ike Ndukwe for the starting right guard spot.
I don't know about Reggie, but I did watch the Dolphins game and saw Andy play yesterday.Here is his update:The Dolphins released guard Evan Mathis on Friday and signed guard Matt McChesney off the practice squad.Mathis had been splitting snaps with Ikechuku Ndukwe at right guard, a position identified as a week spot since rookie Donald Thomas sustained a season-ending foot injury during the season opener.Andy Alleman has been seeing more time with the first team and would presumably assume some of the snaps left open by Mathis' departure.''I just like what he's done right now in practice,'' Sparano said of Alleman.``He's been playing tough out there, creating some competition.''
Posted 11 November 2008 - 09:45 AM
Posted 11 November 2008 - 10:04 AM
Yeah he had a huge fumble recovery on a kickoff as one of those big special teams plays.
Man did anyone see Former Zips standout Chase Blackburn tear up the eagles this past sunday night. On a big 4th and 1 play near the end of the game.... the eagles tried to give the ball to westbrook, but big chase said he aint having none of that.... and stuffed westbrook to get the ball back for the Giants...... he also had a few huge plays on special teams.
Posted 12 November 2008 - 10:17 AM
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Posted 22 June 2009 - 06:25 AM
Jabari Arthur scored his first pro TD last Wednesday in the Calgary Stampeders pre-season opener, he also returned a fumbled punt for a TD but it was called back due to penalty. Drew Tate saw some action and looked quite good as well despite struggling against the rush a little bit. Davanzo Tate is in a battle for a roster spot with about 3 other guys and didn't look great although the Stampeders front 7 did little through pressure to help them out.Here's the highlights Stampeder highlights from the game, Arthur's TD is at the end of the package and he wears #87, Tate is #4 and has highlights sprinkled throughout...http://www.stampeder...ia/audio_video/Any questions on any of them feel free to ask!
Per Zips Blog By: Vincent Dorsey Tate makes most of practice time with CFLís Calgary Stampeders (June 15) About a week ago, I referenced a column on this blog that predicted UA football alum Jabari Arthur is in position for a break-out year in his first full season in the Canadian Football League. After being signed by the Calgary Stampeders in May, Davanzo Tate, a former teammate of Arthur at UA, is making a name for himself as well. In a recent preseason practice, Tate intercepted a pass and knocked down another in a red-zone situation while subbing for one of the teamís starting defensive backs. The two former Zips will continue preseason practice the rest of the month before the Stampeders begin the regular season July 1 against Montreal. Further down the blog...Arthur will begin his first full season in the CFL with a home game against Montreal on July 1. [Jermaine] Reid will begin his third CFL season as a Hamilton Tiger-Cat the same night with a home game against Toronto.
Posted 30 June 2009 - 04:53 AM
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