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Thread: Tommie Armstrong's 2011 Senior Highlights

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    Thumbs up Tommie Armstrong's 2011 Senior Highlights

    Enjoy....he looks really good in all aspects of the game....top level Texas Football to boot....his team went 10-0 in the regular season....


    They are 12-0 and will travel to Laredo Friday to meet Laredo Alexander (12-0) in the third round.

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    Quarterback Tommy Armstrong and the defense took care of the rest for Steele (12-0), which will play the winner of today's game between Laredo Alexander and Brownsville Pace next week.

    Armstrong, a Nebraska commit, rushed for 189 yards and a TD. He had seven runs of at least 15 yards, but none more jaw-dropping than a winding 47-yard TD to give Steele a 14-0 first-quarter lead.

    “He's growing before our eyes,” Steele coach Mike Jinks said. “When we needed a big play, he provided it.”
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    Regular Season Highlights:

    Notre Dame only had one Rudy but Nebraska gets a new crop of Rudys every season

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    Notre Dame only had one Rudy but Nebraska gets a new crop of Rudys every season

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    I like his intermediate passes and he throws a nice fade as well.

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    60 yds in the air.. nice motions.

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    Caution: Cody Green looked good in his highlight film too. Just sayin.
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    Hopefully we will get to see Cody some next year with Tulsa.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ogahusker View Post
    Caution: Cody Green looked good in his highlight film too. Just sayin.
    And Jamal Turner looked like a stud QB, too, on tape...and he is a seldom used WR now.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Red Reign View Post
    Enjoy....he looks really good in all aspects of the game....top level Texas Football to boot....his team went 10-0 in the regular season....






    Read more: http://www.mysanantonio.com/sports/h...#ixzz1eZLxsMNI


    Regular Season Highlights:

    Yes, Tommy plays top class football, but they are in Divison 2 in the playoffs with the smaller class 5A teams. They are playing very good again.

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    So did Lavonte David....just sayin.....

    Quote Originally Posted by Ogahusker View Post
    Caution: Cody Green looked good in his highlight film too. Just sayin.
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    Thanks for the update as always...

    Quote Originally Posted by p-ville husker View Post
    Yes, Tommy plays top class football, but they are in Divison 2 in the playoffs with the smaller class 5A teams. They are playing very good again.
    Notre Dame only had one Rudy but Nebraska gets a new crop of Rudys every season

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    Quote Originally Posted by Red Reign View Post
    So did Lavonte David....just sayin.....
    Husker fans tend to fall in love with QB highlights a little more than LB highlights. Seems like we get our hopes up when we see this stuff and don't realize that these clips are just a small portion of their season. Wasn't meant to be a smart a** post, just a word of caution. NU hasn't exactly hit it out of the park with QB recruits lately.
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    Word of caution on every recruit I suppose....

    Quote Originally Posted by Ogahusker View Post
    Husker fans tend to fall in love with QB highlights a little more than LB highlights. Seems like we get our hopes up when we see this stuff and don't realize that these clips are just a small portion of their season. Wasn't meant to be a smart a** post, just a word of caution. NU hasn't exactly hit it out of the park with QB recruits lately.
    Notre Dame only had one Rudy but Nebraska gets a new crop of Rudys every season

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ogahusker View Post
    Husker fans tend to fall in love with QB highlights a little more than LB highlights. Seems like we get our hopes up when we see this stuff and don't realize that these clips are just a small portion of their season. Wasn't meant to be a smart a** post, just a word of caution. NU hasn't exactly hit it out of the park with QB recruits lately.
    Highlights still have to be created by the player. And noticing the level of competition they are going up against is bound to get many excited because it shows that they are an elite status with their peers at that level, whom will soon be their peers at this level. Cody Green by far wasn't a bust here, more like a misused tool as he had the potential of being great, just as much as Martinez, Carnes, and now Armstrong (and hopefully Devin Fuller...... 'Red Reign' you know that's my biggest wish for this class ). If he comes in a develops, he can very well be the "hit out of the park" that we have been lacking. Nothing wrong with getting excited over the possibilities. The kid is a great athlete coming out of high school, just like Turner Gill, Tommie Frazier, Eric Crouch, Scott Frost..............
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    I'm not looking for perfection, but you have to feel that every time Bo saw TM about to be interviewed he had to have a serious case of butt clench.

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    You can't coach a perfectly thrown deep ball like that, you either have the arm strength or don't. Accuracy can be attained through practice but his team is in the final for a 2nd straight year with him leading......this a year removed from not having Malcolm Brown in the backfield and Steele had 2 losses last year too. This is no fluke, get excited! All of these kids are POTENTIAL stars in the making.

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    Hitting receivers in stride and throwing on the run. Beautiful.
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    They advanced to the 4th round of the playoffs with a 28-0 win.....3 more to go to win state.


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