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Old 08-30-2013, 08:25 PM   #120
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D.J. Williams

Miami 34 FAU 6.

Rashawn Scott I think broke his collarbone. Thankfully we are deep at WR. Defense played well, offense was very sloppy. Look forward to seeing Deon Bush in the lineup next week. They need to clean up alot of stuff to beat Florida. Right now they would lose by about 7-10. Need to be much more efficient on offense. Only the Duke showed up tonight...had a scare but is ok. Effort I saw tonight will not win next week. Morris was too sloppy and OL needs to be better in SY. I can see why Feliciano is ahead of Seantrel. Offense disappointed me tonight outside of Duke and Waters. They really didn't play well.

I liked what i saw from the D. Really liked AQM and Figatron. DTs were good. Tracy was a shutdown corner. Antonio Crawford needs some work. Liked the DL. Perryman didn't play well. Artie flashin a little late. Rodgers wasn't bad which is a big improvement for him.

Stacy Coley should have had 2 TD.....youngster is the most talented WR...but nervous in his first game with the drops. Dorsett didn't have it tonight.

I'm going with 9-3 this season. Losses to FSU, UF and one more game (maybe at UNC).

I think you will win next week, 24.
OM Mock Draft- New Orleans GM
1A. Jaelen Strong, WR Arizona State
1B. Clive Walford, TE Miami (Fla.)
2. Eli Harold, 3-4 OLB Virginia
3A. Tre Jackson, G Florida State
3B. Jeff Luc, ILB Cincinnati
4. Senquez Golson, CB Ole Miss
5. David Parry DT, Stanford
7A. Miles Dieffenbach, G Penn St.
7B. Deion Barnes, 3-4 OLB Penn St.

Ray Drew, DE Georgia
Rob Crisp, OT NC State
Chris Harper, WR Cal
Curtis Grant, LB Ohio State
Brison Williams, S S. Carolina
DT Shackleford, LB Ole Miss

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