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Garner got beat like a dog all night
Marshall can punt for uva.
Hello, Jealousy. I've got UVA on line 1.
Did you hear Hoo got arrested? Thomas Jefferson would be proud!
Hadn't heard anything about Mizzell and was wondering why....
This post was edited by 11VT12 20 months ago
Fuller shuts down half the field just by being in the game, I watched most of the game and saw him thrown to 2 maybe 3 times. get outta here hoo.
Perfectly stated. Maybe they thought they were watching some other sport.
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funny thing is the hoos think their commits played very very well last night. i guess they have pretty low expectations, guess i can't blame them since they suck.
Same thing is said year after year, this is the year, etc, just got to let it roll off your back.
I watched Brendan Marshall play last night, and just watched his highlights. I then watched Brian Rody and Connor Jessop's highlights. I'm pretty sure they are both equal to, if not better than Marshall as walk-ons. I'm thinking this is another scholarship to build relationships with a major HS program.
I thought Garner looked OK and very physical.That would be my only negative on fuller. He blitzed a few times and looked like he was avoiding contact a bit. Minor thing to worry about as a shutdown corner and I may be the only one who felt that way
some guy even said that if he had to choose between fuller and garner he'd take garner and said he's the best player on the team. haha...most delusional fanbase i think i've ever seen.
against a not so great first colonial team their all world RB Mizzell only had 119 on 21 carries and 2 scores. also put the ball on the ground 2 times. only had 39 yards at the half.
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