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  • Mr. Suh and the Media

    I usually don't have a lot of time to watch individual college players, and usually rely on the draft coverage to fill me in. But I was wondering if any of you watched Nebraska play last night and what your thoughts were on their coverage on Mr. Suh?

    Too much man love?

    Giddy and too appreciative?

    Just right?

    Not enough?
    28
    Way too much man love??
    7.14%
    2
    Too giddy and over the top?
    28.57%
    8
    Just about right?
    53.57%
    15
    They didn't hype him enough!
    10.71%
    3
    "The disappointment of losing is huge!"

    Jack Youngblood

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    Re: Mr. Suh and the Media

    I've watched Suh...his entire career. I broke the story that he committed.

    Arizona held him/double teamed him all night and that's the beauty. Because of that, the rest of the defense flourished. He still managed to disrupt the offensive simply by being there.

    He's been used at DT, FB, WR (has scored TDs at every one of those positions). He's amazingly freakish. If last night was no good, find Nebraska vs. Texas this year. Nebraska vs. Oklahoma is also good.

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    • #3
      Re: Mr. Suh and the Media

      It was alot, but he is the main attraction so what else are you going to focus on, and not to mention he is the best player in college football so why not heap love on the guy?

      Here's to hoping that we draft him #1.

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      • #4
        Re: Mr. Suh and the Media

        I think the media attention during that game was probably appropriate given what he was able to do in the last game he played, how talented he is overall, and how widely regarded he is as a pro prospect.

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        • #5
          Re: Mr. Suh and the Media

          You know, he has a first name. The problem with media attention is that all the announcers call him Mister Suh. His first name is NDAMUKONG. It's really not that hard.

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          • #6
            Re: Mr. Suh and the Media

            I think it's more of an issue of saying "Suh" being faster than "Ndamukong" and half of the announcers not knowing how to pronounce it even with a phonetic chart.

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