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    Re: Chad Greenway's Pro Day (unconfirmed)

    I'm not even going to argue with you on this anymore because its starting to piss me off.

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    Re: Chad Greenway's Pro Day (unconfirmed)

    Quote Originally Posted by RamJackson39
    When that many teams are that good in one conference, you cant be overrated. It's the best conference in the NCAA easily. The defenses are the best in the league and the history is unmatched.
    I lived for a couple of years, in a previous life, in Montgomery, Alabama. The very heart of SEC country. For those of you who live outside the SEC world, there are a lot of SEC fans who believe the SEC is, without debate, the greatest conference to ever play the game. I've heard with my own two ears SEC fans say that the best SEC teams could beat the worst NFL teams.

    So when discussing college football, you must understand that SEC fans are not normal college football fans. They are Shiite college football fans.
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    Re: Chad Greenway's Pro Day (unconfirmed)

    The idea that the best college team, let alone the best sec team, could beat the worst nfl team, is an idea hatched from a seriously diseased mind. Get one of these loons on our board and lets see how he holds up.

    By the way, who would win a 100 yard dash in a race between ralph freidgen and phil fullmer.

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    Re: Chad Greenway's Pro Day (unconfirmed)

    Quote Originally Posted by general counsel
    The idea that the best college team, let alone the best sec team, could beat the worst nfl team, is an idea hatched from a seriously diseased mind. Get one of these loons on our board and lets see how he holds up.
    When the Hurricanes were winning their national championships, callers on local radio shows used to make this argument all the time. You should have heard Hank Goldberg berating those callers!

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    Re: Chad Greenway's Pro Day (unconfirmed)

    Quote Originally Posted by general counsel
    By the way, who would win a 100 yard dash in a race between ralph freidgen and phil fullmer.
    LOL I would be rooting for Phil 'cause I HATE the Terps with a passion

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    Re: Chad Greenway's Pro Day (unconfirmed)

    Quote Originally Posted by HUbison
    I lived for a couple of years, in a previous life, in Montgomery, Alabama. The very heart of SEC country. For those of you who live outside the SEC world, there are a lot of SEC fans who believe the SEC is, without debate, the greatest conference to ever play the game. I've heard with my own two ears SEC fans say that the best SEC teams could beat the worst NFL teams.

    So when discussing college football, you must understand that SEC fans are not normal college football fans. They are Shiite college football fans.
    While I do believe that the SEC is the best conference in the nation, I know for a fact that no college team could beat an NFL team. As for Montgomery, I prefer Mobile any day.

    SEC fans are not normal fans though. We are a different breed.
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    Re: Chad Greenway's Pro Day (unconfirmed)

    Quote Originally Posted by RamJackson39
    Vanderbilt doesnt count. Ole Miss and Miss St. are competitive in most games. Arkansas...ehhh...they're off and on. Kentucky....they dont count either. ;-)

    Tell me though. Would USC or Texas have gone undefeated if they had played LSU, Auburn, Alabama, Tenessee, Florida, or Georgia last season? SEC teams go through tough schedules and pretty much beat up on eachother during the year.


    Thats what i said all year about any coference.

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    Re: Chad Greenway's Pro Day (unconfirmed)

    So in an attempt to try and get this a bit back on topic, has anyone seen some CONFIRMED pro day results for Greenway that they can link to?

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    Re: Chad Greenway's Pro Day (unconfirmed)

    Its at Hawkeye Nation but I am not registered there. I've been waiting for people to post it there but they haven't.
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    Re: Chad Greenway's Pro Day (unconfirmed)

    I think 20 reps is kinda low.

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    Re: Chad Greenway's Pro Day (unconfirmed)

    Quote Originally Posted by RAM-BO
    I think 20 reps is kinda low.
    I disagree. I think Hawk put up 24 or something, which was very good.

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    Re: Chad Greenway's Pro Day (unconfirmed)

    Quote Originally Posted by Nick
    So in an attempt to try and get this a bit back on topic, has anyone seen some CONFIRMED pro day results for Greenway that they can link to?
    Per NFL.com, Greenway lifted 19 reps, ran 4.58 and 4.62. He strained a hamstring and did not run the shuttles (sidebar: I can't wait until someone labels him as "injury prone" over this.). He broad jumped 10 feet and verticaled 38 inches.

    In addition, Hodge ran 4.69 and 4.66. He lifted 25 reps.
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