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    Hardest hit ever by a quarterback?

    I saw this one in person. Right in front of my seats.

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pFbqCrTzdzs

    Any others worth seeing?
    "Those mothers would rather see the country go down in flames than let the times change."

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    Easy:

    Its all part of the process

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    Dang... too slow.



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    Quote Originally Posted by Combat Yeoman View Post
    I am partial to this one...
    Ha! I beat you!!
    Its all part of the process

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    Quote Originally Posted by uncertainbyprinciple View Post
    Easy:

    This one happened right in front of MY seats. That was AMAZING!

    That CB was out cold!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by uncertainbyprinciple View Post
    Easy:

    Ha, yeah. Another great one! Others?
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    Quote Originally Posted by RedPhoenix View Post
    This one happened right in front of MY seats. That was AMAZING!

    That CB was out cold!!!
    Similar to this downfield one:

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=S4_w-puInqY
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    Those are BOTH awesome.

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    You guys have to be able to find some Tommie Frazier ones somewhere.

    I remember at Folsom Field, probably '94 or '95, Frazier ran an option and turned the corner and ran right into Greg Jones, CU's all-american LB, who subsequently had a nice pro career, and Frazier lowered his shoulder and ran right through Jones' hit, barely losing stride.

    A play that still stands out in my mind nearly 20 years later.
    "Those mothers would rather see the country go down in flames than let the times change."

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cardinal View Post
    I saw this one in person. Right in front of my seats.

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pFbqCrTzdzs

    Any others worth seeing?
    Luck is going to have a hell of an NFL career.
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    The 2:18 mark of these Frost HiLights

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    I'd put the block at :46 sec in the running as well.
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    The tackle by Luck was very solid ... very!
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    Quote Originally Posted by waikikisker View Post
    I'd put the block at :46 sec in the running as well.
    Dan Beebe would have suspended him for that...
    Its all part of the process

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cardinal View Post
    I saw this one in person. Right in front of my seats.

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pFbqCrTzdzs

    Any others worth seeing?
    I am so going to miss having Mr Luck under center for the Trees. But I agree with Chi, he's going to have a great career in the NFL.

    I hope Griff Whalen makes the Colts squad, although I know it's a long shot. I'm not a huge Colts fan, but with 3 former Trees on the team, they'll have to be my second favorite AFC team.

    (My seats are in the West Stadium too, but we downgraded a bit when I moved up to Seattle. They're closer to the 20 than the 40.)

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    Quote Originally Posted by waikikisker View Post
    I'd put the block at :46 sec in the running as well.
    I've often wondered how much longer Frost's NFL career would have been had he stayed at DB all four years, like he was at Stanford his first two years. He was such a great athlete, but just didn't quite have NFL QB skills.
    "Those mothers would rather see the country go down in flames than let the times change."

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    He'd have one less NCAA National Championship if he would have stayed at DB. NU wasn't interested in having him play DB and Stanford was in no danger of winning it all.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cardinal View Post
    I saw this one in person. Right in front of my seats.

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pFbqCrTzdzs

    Any others worth seeing?
    That hit among others I've seen Luck lay out is the main reason I was hoping the Vikings would crash and burn horribly last season.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Formo View Post
    That hit among others I've seen Luck lay out is the main reason I was hoping the Vikings would crash and burn horribly last season.
    A lot of Broncos fans who are not religious fanatics felt the same way around here last season.
    "Those mothers would rather see the country go down in flames than let the times change."

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cardinal View Post
    A lot of Broncos fans who are not religious fanatics felt the same way around here last season.
    Meh.. they weren't really tanking THAT bad.. it was always up to the Colts, Rams or Vikes as far as the Luck sweepstakes go.
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