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yeah, there is absolutely no way Oregon can compete with USC in the coliseum.

they have never and will never beat them by alot there. smokin.gif
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What's Oklahoma State looking like this year? Massive losses on offense...
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I cant believe hpw bad they blew their chance to be Great vs Iowa State last year mean.gif


Okie State might bneed to lean on randle ALOT

I wanna see what their QBs and WRs look like
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I cant believe hpw bad they blew their chance to be Great vs Iowa State last year

Speaking of Iowa St, I feel like Ohio State got a steal in oc Tom Herman. It's going to be great not being able to correctly call Ohio States offense 90% of the time.

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yeah, there is absolutely no way Oregon can compete with USC in the coliseum.
they have never and will never beat them by alot there. smokin.gif

Did Chester hack your account? ... laugh.gif

@ Coliseum

2006 USC 35 - Oregon 10
2008 USC 44 - Oregon 10
2010 USC 32 - Oregon 53

Not going to make excuses for 2010, Oregon pulled away in the 3rd quarter. **** happens, can Oregon win, no doubt... 20 points? Pump the brakes.

I'll put money on that!
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Nope.

I use my own sight and common sense to look at things instead of letting media hype stir me into a frenzy and just suspend disbelief and dive into USC beating everybody by 40. a lot of skill and a lot of questions , especially lack of depth.

there isnt a team in america who dosnt get hit with injuries during the year lets see how USC adapts.

USC wont finish the season undefeated and I totally believe Oregon is going to run them into the ground in their own home as they did the last time they played em there.
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Only fools buy hype, and it's sold and bought in bunches.

I think the hype is coming more from message boards, because media pundits... both print and tv still point out the "buts" and "if's".

Lack of depth has definitely been overblown the past couple of weeks, not many teams go a legit two-deep. Now the two-deep we have is with talented kids with minimal game experience. They will run before they can crawl but it's a long way 'til November wink.gif

I get the concerns on the USC side of the ball, what makes you so high on Oregon?

Pros:

Breaking in a new QB
Not deep at RB due to transfers/departures
Alliotti is still defensive coordinator

Cons:

Experience at Receiver and OLine
Experienced at LB'er
Solid DT in Hart

Will SC run the table? I certainly hope so. Can they lose a game or two? I can foresee that too.

Not sold on Oregon this year, so to say they will stomp us in the Coliseum, just don't see it. I'll bet on it too. Won't even ask for the points you are talking about, straight up.
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It's not necessarily about the players on the two deep and whether teams have a legit two deep (talent wise), it's the amount of snaps the the DL is going to have to log all year. You need players to be able to steal, let's say 200 snaps a year for the big men in the trenches and there are legit concerns on whether that can be done and have the replacements play at a high level. That's ignoring the injury bit

ATP I haven't gotten to USC in my Phil Steele mag so I'm not sure exactly what the prospective DC is looking like and I could be totally off base w/ re: the DL
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I myself like Oregon this year because their schedule is very manageable & while the team may not be as overall as talented at the 11 team sometimes a workable with a very good team schedule can lead to a great deal of wins.

Me personally barring a total brain fart of a game I don't think Oregon will lose a game this year.
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anyone watch ESPNU's All Access on Ohio State camp? always good stuff...

 

 

I'm watching my recording right now and I'm definitely enjoying it but I am on the other hand yearning for the day that a HBO Hard Knocks crew descends upon a campus for 4 episodes worth of content that depicts what preseason preparation is like at a major D1 college football program. Maybe that day will never come but a guy can dream. I swear it would be far better than covering an NFL team because of the turnover, spring practice and everything and everyone surrounding one of the iconic programs. 

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CBS Sports Network ran a mini-series on SMU last year. It wasn't quite Hard Knocks but it had some good content.
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Texas released depth chart today....going with Ash as QB....bout time.
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Oregon is going to DESTROY USC.
I'm talkin 20+ points

mean.gif damn those hits to the head from gunnas playing days finally getting to him
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Interested to see what Borges does with the offense this year... They made Denard stay in the pocket and learn to throw all day without scrambling... Hope he learned something because he was actually worse throwing on the run than set and in the pocket.... Thomas Rawls better be ready... I want that bowling ball to punish some defenses.
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Can we beat USC in their house? of course...I think our game with yall will be interesting this year...but with common sense, and barring any major injurys/losses for either team, we know the Pac 12 title game will be USC/Oregon..and thats the game that counts. if we loose the game during the season so be it. I want the second game in Dec. now that game in 2010 was smokin.gif haha i was following it on my phone while on a bus to the airport to head to afghanistan haha. I'll always remember that game.
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I'm watching my recording right now and I'm definitely enjoying it but I am on the other hand yearning for the day that a HBO Hard Knocks crew descends upon a campus for 4 episodes worth of content that depicts what preseason preparation is like at a major D1 college football program. Maybe that day will never come but a guy can dream. I swear it would be far better than covering an NFL team because of the turnover, spring practice and everything and everyone surrounding one of the iconic programs. 

summer work outs and pre-season would be 30% extreme entertainment and 70% yawns
I think you would be somewhat disappointed.

Spring ball tho, would be 100% entertainment because everybody is still on campus attending classes

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mean.gif damn those hits to the head from gunnas playing days finally getting to him

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Only took one ear hole hit in my life and that was on an interception LMAO and it was beyond comedy watching it on film next day,

you may be right. post concussion syndrom. *shrugs*
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CBS Sports Network ran a mini-series on SMU last year. It wasn't quite Hard Knocks but it had some good content.

cbssports does one every year.

year before it was BYU and before that Wyoming.

shows are dope and it spans the entire year.

is my dude Darius Johnson still at SMU?

if so, must see TV smokin.gif


Edit: he's still there

Peep
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One week, boys.
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CBS Sports Network ran a mini-series on SMU last year. It wasn't quite Hard Knocks but it had some good content.
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is my dude Darius Johnson still at SMU?
if so, must see TV smokin.gif
Edit: he's still there
Peep

Hands. mean.gif
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QB is like the white Reggie Ball in that video.

That catch at 1:20 though.......mean.gif
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Yo Gunna what's good with Rogers? nerd.gif
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Can't wait for that USC vs Ducks what date Is that at the Coliseum? Might have to tailgate smokin.gif
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What did Da'Rick do now?

Dude is going to cost hi,self millions
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Aaron Lynch had his immediate play waiver denied. Will not be able to play this year, will be eligible to play in the '13 season
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The top 10 linebacker units: A group in the SEC led by a great pass rusher sits atop the list
Fri, Aug 17, 2012 7:05 PM EDT

Fall practice is under way everywhere, and that means the 2012 season has started.
Today, we unveil the fifth set of our national unit rankings. We are revealing one unit per day; it started with offensive backfields, and receiving corps, offensive lines and defensive lines have followed. The series ends Monday with coaching staffs.
These rankings take into account what the players have accomplished, how we think the players will do this season and sheer talent. Production does trump potential.
Here are the linebacker rankings. Next up: secondaries.

10. Florida
Likely starters: Neiron Ball, Jon Bostic and Jelani Jenkins
The buzz: Bostic, a senior, and Jenkins, a junior, have the talent to vie for All-SEC honors. The duo combined for 169 tackles last season and should get much closer to 200 this fall. Ball is a phenomenal story; he missed last season after undergoing brain surgery in March 2011. He has been cleared to play and has had a strong summer camp. Depth looks to be as good as it has been since 2009, when the Gators spent the bulk of the season ranked No. 1. Junior Darrin Kitchens, sophomore Michael Taylor and true freshman Antonio Morrison, who enrolled early, should see time. Taylor should be on the field a lot, depending on the alignment. Morrison is a big hitter.

9. Penn State
Likely starters: Glenn Carson, Gerald Hodges and Michael Mauti
The buzz: Hodges is the standout. He was a reserve in 2010 but became a star last season. He had a
Gerald Hodges is coming off a big season in which he had 10 tackles for loss for the Nittany Lions. (AP)
team-leading 106 tackles, along with 10 tackles for loss. Carson is a steady hand who was fourth on the squad with 74 tackles. Mauti is a good one when healthy. He missed the 2009 season with a torn ACL in his right knee, played well in 2010, then played in just four games last season before suffering a torn ACL in his left knee. He looks to be 100 percent. Depth is fine.

8. Wisconsin
Likely starters: Ethan Armstrong, Chris Borland and Mike Taylor
The buzz: Borland and Taylor are one of the best duos in the nation. They ranked 1-2 in the Big Ten in tackles, and combined for 293 stops and eight forced fumbles last season. Borland had 19 tackles for loss, and he and Taylor each had two interceptions. Armstrong, a junior, is a former walk-on who was awarded a scholarship earlier this week. He had offseason surgery on both hips and missed spring drills, but is said to be healthy now. A.J. Fenton provides solid depth.

7. Virginia Tech
Likely starters: Tariq Edwards, Jeron Gouveia-Winslow and Bruce Taylor
The buzz: Taylor, a big-play guy, missed the last six games of last season as well as spring practice with a foot injury. If he is 100 percent healthy, he has All-America talent. Edwards is steady and should contend for all-league honors. Gouveia-Winslow, whose dad, Kurt, played linebacker in the NFL, also is returning from a foot injury. If he can't go, senior Alonzo Tweedy will start; he is quick if not big (6 feet 2/190 pounds). Jack Tyler and Chase Williams provide more depth.

6. USC
Likely starters: Dion Bailey, Lamar Dawson and Hayes Pullard
The buzz: The Trojans received stellar play from Bailey and Pullard last season, when they were redshirt freshmen. They tied for the team lead with 81 tackles and added a combined six sacks, four pass breakups and two interceptions. Dawson, who started four times as a true freshman last season, will man the middle. Dawson, from Kentucky, is physical and aggressive. Depth is a concern, though redshirt freshman Anthony Sarao and true freshman Scott Starr look good.

5. Oregon
Likely starters: Kiko Alonso, Michael Clay and Boseko Lokombo
The buzz: Clay and Alonso, assuming he can stay out of the doghouse, should be a dynamic duo. Clay had 102 tackles, two tackles, three sacks and 8.5 tackles for loss last season. He is undersized (5-11/219) but is speedy and has good instincts. Alonso (6-4/246) is a senior who has played in just 25 career games because of injuries and suspensions. He was the defensive MVP of the Rose Bowl win over Wisconsin. Lokombo, who was born in the Congo, is expected to be the third starter. He is athletic and has a knack for the big play. Depth looks good, too.

4. Alabama
Likely starters: Trey DePriest, Xzavier Dickson, Adrian Hubbard and Nico Johnson
The buzz: The Tide lost three starting linebackers, including a first-rounder (Dont'a Hightower) and a second-rounder (Courtney Upshaw). But Alabama will be fine. Hubbard, an athletic sophomore, looks primed for a big season. DePriest, who is from Ohio, should be extremely steady. And C.J. Mosley, who won't start but should see more snaps than Johnson, has all-league talent. This is a deep and talented group; it's just not that experienced. Yet.

3. Michigan State
Likely starters: Denicos Allen, Max Bullough and Chris Norman
The buzz: All three starters are back. Allen is coming off a big season, his first as a starter. He had 80 tackles and led the team with 11 sacks and 18.5 tackles for loss. Allen also had seven quarterback hurries and three pass breakups. Bullough is excellent against the run and led the Spartans with 89 tackles.
Denicos Allen led Michigan State with 11 sacks, including this one of Georgia's Aaron Murray. (AP)
Norman is heading into his third season as a starter; he has made 135 tackles in the past two seasons. There looks to be OK depth.

2. Stanford
Likely starters: Trent Murphy, Shayne Skov, A.J. Tarpley and Chase Thomas
The buzz: Man, there is a ton of talent on The Farm. Stanford returns all four starters, but Jarek Lancaster will lose his job to Shayne Skov, who missed most of last season with a knee injury. Skov and Thomas, a pass-rush specialist, are one of the best linebacker duos in the nation. Skov is intense and instinctual, covers a lot of ground and hits a ton. Murphy, who lines up on the outside opposite Thomas, had 6.5 sacks last season. Depth is good, too.

1. Georgia
Likely starters: Michael Gilliard, Jarvis Jones, Alec Ogletree and Chase Vasser
The buzz: Jones is Georgia's best player and might be the best pass rusher in the nation. He had 13.5 sacks and 19.5 tackles for loss last season, his first with the Bulldogs after transferring from USC. Also returning as starters are Alec Ogletree and Michael Gilliard. Chase Vasser will be the other starter, assuming he gets his job back when he returns from a two-game suspension. Sophomore Ramik Wilson and freshman Jordan Jenkins are vying for the early-season starts. Depth is excellent, to the point where two former starters, Amarlo Herrera and Christian Robinson, now are reserves.
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What did Da'Rick do now?

Dude is going to cost hi,self millions

Apparently hes contacted an NFL agent? nerd.gif

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Ranking the nation's top 20 linebackers

Linebackers who can get to the passer are at a premium, and two of the top three linebackers in the nation are best known for their pass-rushing ability.

But we certainly don't short-change the linebackers who are big-time run-stuffers.

This is the seventh part of our breakdown of the nation's best players at each position. Today, we're picking the top 20 linebackers. Part one of our position breakdowns was on running backs, followed by wide receivers and tight ends, interior offensive linemen, offensive tackles, defensive tackles and defensive ends.

"Best" doesn't necessarily mean the most pro potential or even the most talent. Instead, it's a mix of what the player has accomplished and how we think the player will do this season. But production does trump potential.

We will look at a position a day until Monday, when we rank all 124 of the nation's quarterbacks. Next, we will look at cornerbacks.

Here are the linebacker rankings.



Jordan Hicks is a big-time player for the Longhorns. (Getty Images)
20. Jordan Hicks, Texas


Particulars: 6-2/235, Jr.; West Chester (Ohio) Lakota West
Buzz: Hicks has battled nagging injuries but appears ready to truly blossom into a big-time playmaker. He made 65 tackles last season. Hicks is solid against the run and the pass, and moves well laterally. He is a former five-star prospect who is the only returning starter at linebacker for the Longhorns.


19. Jelani Jenkins, Florida


Particulars: 6-0/237, Jr.; Olney (Md.) Our Lady of Good Counsel
Buzz: Jenkins, a former five-star recruit, has always had good speed and has added bulk and strength. Last season, his second as a starter, he had 75 tackles, six tackles for loss, two sacks, six pass breakups and an interception, which he returned for a TD. (While Jenkins is an excellent athlete, he has hands of stone, so the pick was a surprise). He will team with Jon Bostic to give the Gators one of the best linebacker duos in the SEC.


18. Cameron Lawrence, Mississippi State


Particulars: 6-3/230, Sr.; Senatobia (Miss.) Magnolia Heights School
Buzz: He did a superb job in his first season as a starter, finishing with 123 tackles, the most of any returning player in the SEC. Lawrence also had six tackles for loss, two sacks, two forced fumbles and two interceptions. He had six games with double-figure tackles, including 12 against Alabama and Georgia and 11 against South Carolina. He played quarterback as well as defense in high school, and also finished second in the state in the 300-meter hurdles.



17. Jake Knott, Iowa State


Particulars: 6-3/252, Sr.; Waukee (Iowa) High
Buzz: He will be a three-year starter for the Cyclones and has made 245 tackles in the past two seasons. He had 115 stops last season, to go along with four forced fumbles, three pass breakups and two interceptions. He had six games with double-figure tackles. He has played in every game (38) in his college career. He and fellow senior A.J. Klein give Iowa State one of the nation's top three or four linebacker duos.


16. Mike Taylor, Wisconsin


Particulars: 6-2/224, Sr.; Ashwaubenon (Wis.) High
Buzz: Taylor led the Big Ten and was third nationally with 150 tackles last season; he had seven games with at least 10 stops, including 22 in a loss to Ohio State. Taylor is especially good against the run. He will be a four-year starter for the Badgers and has 254 tackles, including 23.5 for loss, in his career. He and Chris Borland are one of the nation's best linebacker tandems.


15. Michael Clay, Oregon


Particulars: 5-11/222, Sr.; San Jose (Calif.) Bellarmine Prep
Buzz: He was a reserve in his first two seasons, including work as a long snapper in 2009, then starred as a starter last season. He had 102 tackles, two tackles, three sacks and 8.5 tackles for loss despite missing three games with an injury. While undersized, Clay can run and has good instincts.


14. Khaseem Greene, Rutgers


Particulars: 6-1/230, Sr.; Avon (Conn.) Avon Old Farms School, preceded by Elizabeth (N.J.) High
Buzz: After spending his first three seasons as a safety, Greene was a revelation last season after moving to linebacker. He tied for 10th nationally and led the Big East with 141 tackles and added 14.5 tackles for loss, 3.5 sacks and two forced fumbles. He had seven games with double-digit tackles, including 17 in an overtime win over USF. He is a half-brother of Pitt RB Ray Graham; Greene is the best defensive player in the Big East and Graham is the league's top offensive player.


13. Jonathan Brown, Illinois


Particulars: 6-1/235, Jr.; Memphis Christian Brothers
Buzz: Brown was a solid reserve as a true freshman in 2010, then became one of the best linebackers – and a big-play machine – in the Big Ten last season. He led the Illini with 108 tackles and was second in the league with 19.5 tackles for loss, a total that was sixth in the nation. He also had six sacks, four pass breakups, an interception, a forced fumble and two fumble recoveries. He had a career-high 17 tackles in the Illini's loss to Ohio State.


12. A.J. Klein, Iowa State


Particulars: 6-2/244, Sr.; Kimberly (Wis.) High
Buzz: Klein was the Big 12 co-defensive player of the year last season along with Oklahoma DE Frank Alexander. Klein, who will be a three-year starter, has made 228 tackles in the past two seasons, including 116 in 2011. He also had six pass breakups and an interception return for a TD. He added two sacks, including one of Baylor's Robert Griffin. Klein had five games with double-digit tackles last season, giving him 12 in the past two seasons.


11. Arthur Brown, Kansas State


Particulars: 6-1/228, Sr.; transfer from Miami, preceded by Wichita (Kan.) East
Buzz: Brown was one of the nation's top recruits as a high school senior but was a bust in two seasons at Miami. After he sat out the 2010 season following his transfer, Brown started to live up to the hype last season. He led K-State with 101 tackles, showing off the athleticism that made him such a touted recruit. He added 9.5 tackles for loss and had one interception, against Baylor's Robert Griffin.

10. Dion Bailey, USC


Particulars: 6-0/200, Soph.; Lakewood (Calif.) High
Buzz: Bailey was a highly regarded high school safety and redshirted in 2010. He didn't move to linebacker until spring practice of 2011 but quickly took to his new position, using his speed to make a team-high 81 tackles. He had three games with double-figure tackles, and also made two interceptions last season. He was the Pac-12 defensive freshman of the year.




9. Chase Thomas, Stanford


Particulars: 6-4/245, Sr.; Marietta (Ga.) Walton
Buzz: Thomas will be a four-year starter for the Cardinal. He led Stanford with five forced fumbles, 9.5 sacks and 17.5 tackles for loss last season. He has 20 sacks and eight forced fumbles in his career. Thomas thought about turning pro but decided to stay in school for his senior season. While he is listed as an outside linebacker, he often lines up at end for the Cardinal. He and Shayne Skov might be the nation's best linebacker duo.


8. Denicos Allen, Michigan State


Particulars: 5-11/232, Jr.; Hamilton (Ohio) High
Buzz: Allen was a stud in his first season as a starter. He was second on the Spartans in tackles with 83, and led them in sacks with 11 (second-most in the Big Ten) and tackles for loss (18.5, fourth-most in the Big Ten). He's a bit undersized, but has good speed and is a big hitter. Allen also lettered in wrestling and track (4-x-400 relay) in high school.


7. Chris Borland, Wisconsin


Particulars: 5-11/250, Jr.; Kettering (Ohio) Archbishop Alter
Buzz: He was the Big Ten freshman of the year in 2009 and a first-team all-league performer last season; he missed all but two games in 2010 with a shoulder injury. Borland is a throwback linebacker, of sorts; he's short and not the fastest guy but he has excellent instincts and is a hard hitter. He made 143 tackles last season (tied for seventh nationally), and added 19 tackles for loss (tied for 12th), two interceptions, seven pass breakups and five forced fumbles. He has 10 forced fumbles in his career, the most of any current player.


6. Kevin Reddick, North Carolina


Particulars: 6-3/240, Sr.; Chatham (Va.) Hargrave Military Academy, preceded by New Bern (N.C.) High
Buzz: He will be a four-year starter for the Tar Heels and has 190 career tackles. He is a big, physical linebacker with good instincts. While he is known mostly as a run-stuffer, he does have two interceptions and 10 pass breakups in his career. UNC is switching to a 4-2-5 set this fall, and the Tar Heels are expected to be more aggressive, which should suit Reddick just fine.


5. Gerald Hodges, Penn State


Particulars: 6-2/223, Sr.; Paulsboro (N.J.) High
Buzz: Hodges made a huge jump, from backup in 2010 to star in 2011. He earned All-Big Ten notice last season after finishing with a team-leading 106 tackles. He put his athleticism and quickness to good use to also notch 4.5 sacks, 10 tackles for loss, an interception, four pass breakups and two forced fumbles. He had four games with double-figure tackles. He was a three-year starter at quarterback in high school, and also played linebacker as a senior.


4. Shayne Skov, Stanford


Particulars: 6-3/242, Sr.; Pawling (N.Y.) Trinity-Pawling School
Buzz: Skov missed all but three games last season with a torn ACL. He plays with a nasty attitude and is a big hitter who moves well. An inside linebacker, he made 84 tackles in 2010, with 6.5 sacks, 10.5 tackles for loss and five tackles for loss. He started as a true freshman in 2009 after a highly decorated high school career. He is from the San Francisco area, but went to a prep school in New York for his final three years of high school.


3. Sean Porter, Texas A&M


Particulars: 6-2/230, Sr.; Schertz (Texas) Clemens
Buzz: Porter, who didn't redshirt, is headed into his third season as a starter. He is a big-play guy who was an All-Big 12 performer for the Aggies last season after coming up with 9.5 sacks and 17 tackles for loss. He had two sacks each against Oklahoma State and Arkansas. Porter has excellent speed and puts that to good use on the pass rush.


2. Manti Te'o, Notre Dame


Particulars: 6-2/255, Sr.; Honolulu Punahou School
Buzz: Te'o will be a four-year starter and has been a tackle machine the past two seasons. He had 128 tackles last season and 133 in 2010; he has a combined 23 tackles for loss the past two seasons. Te'o has 17 games with double-digit tackles in his career. He was a five-star recruit out of high school and has lived up to the hype.


1. Jarvis Jones, Georgia


Particulars: 6-3/241, Jr.; transfer from USC, preceded by Columbus (Ga.) Carver
Buzz: He signed with USC out of high school, but suffered a neck injury during a game as true freshman in 2009. USC doctors would not clear him for spring ball in 2010 and he transferred to Georgia. After sitting out 2010, he returned with a vengeance last season, finishing with 13.5 sacks, tied for second nationally. He also had 70 tackles, seven quarterback hurries and two forced fumbles. He is the nation's best pure pass rusher.
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Oregon is going to DESTROY USC.
I'm talkin 20+ points

 

Come on Gunna, I know you're a contrarian at heart but you're talking silliness.  Oregon can definitely win but destroy SC by 20+ at the Coliseum with our returning squad?  Come on laugh.gif

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Aaron Lynch had his immediate play waiver denied. Will not be able to play this year, will be eligible to play in the '13 season

 

 

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