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Thread: FWIW Alonzo Moore has made his decision!

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    Quote Originally Posted by MilesBFree View Post
    The first rule of Moore's commitment is, you don't don't talk about Moore's commitment
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    Quote Originally Posted by MilesBFree View Post
    The first rule of Moore's commitment is, you don't don't talk about Moore's commitment
    Who's Moore?
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    Quote Originally Posted by USMC_BugEater View Post
    Who's Moore?
    If I told you I'd have to kill you.
    Full disclosure: I grew up in an era of Husker football when it was blasphemous for a coach to say he was "spooked" out of calling a run play. Of course, that was when hard-nosed running defined the program.

    It's difficult to establish a strong run game without firm resolve. Daily resolve. In too many instances ó such as when Nebraska calls for passes on third-and-3 in four-down territory ó a lack of commitment is evident.

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    Alonzo Moore will be...errr...could be a nice addition to their class. Being so versatile, he could help fill a class need at FS, CB or WR. The staff wants to add another CB and S to this class and Moore could plug either spot in case they miss out on one. He could add depth in case they hit on both, or could even move to WR in case Jamal Turner gets moved back to QB. This kind of versatile athletes (like Moore) are so valuable to a recruiting class.

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    Quote Originally Posted by N2FL View Post
    Alonzo Moore will be...errr...could be a nice addition to their class. Being so versatile, he could help fill a class need at FS, CB or WR. The staff wants to add another CB and S to this class and Moore could plug either spot in case they miss out on one. He could add depth in case they hit on both, or could even move to WR in case Jamal Turner gets moved back to QB. This kind of versatile athletes (like Moore) are so valuable to a recruiting class.
    I'm thinking we should have a little Moore "Peso" sauce on our defense next year.
    Full disclosure: I grew up in an era of Husker football when it was blasphemous for a coach to say he was "spooked" out of calling a run play. Of course, that was when hard-nosed running defined the program.

    It's difficult to establish a strong run game without firm resolve. Daily resolve. In too many instances ó such as when Nebraska calls for passes on third-and-3 in four-down territory ó a lack of commitment is evident.

    -Sipple







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