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Postby davidmarver » Tue Oct 18, 2005 12:52 am

Tavish wrote:No doubt, USC players are gold on and off the NFL gridiron...

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It never affected his playing career.

Off-field issues have, however, hurt Taylor's, Winslow's, etc. playing career.
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Postby Kingctb27 » Tue Oct 18, 2005 1:03 am

davidmarver wrote:
Tavish wrote:If I watched college football to see a AAA NFL team I would watch Miami. I don't specifically watch Miami, FSU, UF, USC, or any team because they are loaded with NFL talent. Other than perhaps Vick when he was at VTech or Marshall when he was at SDSU I don't remember ever watching a team for a specific player. Its not what college football is about to me.

Yeah, Miami is great at producing players. ;-7

I'll give Andre Johnson, DJ Williams, Jonathon Vilma, and Willis McGahee; they are good. But having as many first round picks go south as they have isn't a very good thing. Taylor is a criminal, Winslow is a tool, Mcdougle has been hurt both seasons and only has 2 sacks, Carey has only started 5 games out of a possible 19, William Joseph has only 32 tackles in 3 seasons...the list goes on. Antrel Rolle was drafted in the first this last year so you can't really judge him yet. Portis was the result of the Broncos running system (no touchdowns this season and his YPC is over a yard worse since coming to Washington).

Hold up...Your gonna tell me that Miami doesn't produce players in the NFL...?

Here's a short list......

Willis McGahee
Ray Lewis
Andre Johnson
Jeremey Shockey
Johnathan Vilma
Santana Moss
Warren Sapp
Ed Reed
Vinny Testaverde
Vince Wilfork
Duane Starks
Edgerrin James
Reggie Wayne
Phillip Buchanon
DJ Williams
Nick Luchey
Roscoe Parrish
Antrel Rolle
Dan Morgan
Bubba Franks
Bryant McKinnie
William Joseph
Jeff Feagles
Ken Dorsey
Frank Gore
Damione Lewis
Clinton Portis
Sean Taylor
Kenard Lang
Jarrett Payton

I can't say that's too bad...

Does 30 active players from one University qualify for stocking the NFL?
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Postby Phatferd » Tue Oct 18, 2005 2:24 am

kingctb27 wrote:
davidmarver wrote:
Tavish wrote:If I watched college football to see a AAA NFL team I would watch Miami. I don't specifically watch Miami, FSU, UF, USC, or any team because they are loaded with NFL talent. Other than perhaps Vick when he was at VTech or Marshall when he was at SDSU I don't remember ever watching a team for a specific player. Its not what college football is about to me.

Yeah, Miami is great at producing players. ;-7

I'll give Andre Johnson, DJ Williams, Jonathon Vilma, and Willis McGahee; they are good. But having as many first round picks go south as they have isn't a very good thing. Taylor is a criminal, Winslow is a tool, Mcdougle has been hurt both seasons and only has 2 sacks, Carey has only started 5 games out of a possible 19, William Joseph has only 32 tackles in 3 seasons...the list goes on. Antrel Rolle was drafted in the first this last year so you can't really judge him yet. Portis was the result of the Broncos running system (no touchdowns this season and his YPC is over a yard worse since coming to Washington).

Hold up...Your gonna tell me that Miami doesn't produce players in the NFL...?

Here's a short list......

Willis McGahee
Ray Lewis
Andre Johnson
Jeremey Shockey
Johnathan Vilma
Santana Moss
Warren Sapp
Ed Reed
Vinny Testaverde
Vince Wilfork
Duane Starks
Edgerrin James
Reggie Wayne
Phillip Buchanon
DJ Williams
Nick Luchey
Roscoe Parrish
Antrel Rolle
Dan Morgan
Bubba Franks
Bryant McKinnie
William Joseph
Jeff Feagles
Ken Dorsey
Frank Gore
Damione Lewis
Clinton Portis
Sean Taylor
Kenard Lang
Jarrett Payton

I can't say that's too bad...

Does 30 active players from one University qualify for stocking the NFL?


Chris Cash
Matt Cassell
Chris Claiborne
Shaun Cody
Keary Colbert
Justin Fargas
Greg Guenther
Keyshawn Johnson
Brian Kelly
Sammy Knight
Daylon McCutcheon
Willie McGinest
Billy Miller
Zeke Moreno
Johnny Morton
Chad Morton
Ifeanyi Ohalete
Carson Palmer
Mike Patterson
Troy Polamalu
Will Poole
Jacob Rogers
Junior Seau
Lofa Tatupu
Kenechi Udeze
Mike Williams
Matt Willig
Manuel Wright

28 and not to mention the most in the history of the NFL...
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Postby Tavish » Tue Oct 18, 2005 8:28 am

Phatferd wrote:You could say that for any school and it be true. With the amount of people going through a program in its history there will be negative people.


Exactly my point. ;-D
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Postby bigh0rt » Wed Oct 19, 2005 10:07 am

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Postby raiders_umpire » Wed Oct 19, 2005 2:15 pm





:-D :-D ;-D good one....





Miami

Willis McGahee
Ray Lewis
Andre Johnson
Jeremey Shockey
Johnathan Vilma
Santana Moss
Warren Sapp
Ed Reed
Vinny Testaverde
Vince Wilfork
Duane Starks
Edgerrin James
Reggie Wayne
Phillip Buchanon
DJ Williams
Nick Luchey
Roscoe Parrish
Antrel Rolle
Dan Morgan
Bubba Franks
Bryant McKinnie
William Joseph
Jeff Feagles
Ken Dorsey
Frank Gore
Damione Lewis
Clinton Portis
Sean Taylor
Kenard Lang
Jarrett Payton


USC

Chris Cash
Matt Cassell
Chris Claiborne
Shaun Cody
Keary Colbert
Justin Fargas
Greg Guenther
Keyshawn Johnson
Brian Kelly
Sammy Knight
Daylon McCutcheon
Willie McGinest
Billy Miller
Zeke Moreno
Johnny Morton
Chad Morton
Ifeanyi Ohalete
Carson Palmer
Mike Patterson
Troy Polamalu
Will Poole
Jacob Rogers
Junior Seau
Lofa Tatupu
Kenechi Udeze
Mike Williams
Matt Willig
Manuel Wright


sorry but i will take the Miami players anyday over the USC players in the NFL.... that linebacking core of vilma, dj williams, ray lewis, and dan morgan would be awesome.....
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