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Discussion in 'NFL Draft' started by Deuce Wayne, Mar 18, 2008.
LOL@playing for the Vols....were you a practice player? But seriously........
laugh all you want bud. played 2 years and know plenty about the vols and who they will and wont play.
Congrats you have proven you know nothing about the kid or Texas. Too bad Sweed didnt spend 4 years in the Big 10 he probably would have broken most receiving records.
yeah, that looks about right, but not in that order.
Thats where you are wrong. There are areas of our country that produce superior athletes It is called warmer weather areas. You see while the Big 10 states of the north are freezing their *** off we in the south are having our kids running track. They are competing against each other and making each other faster. take a look at the leaders for prep track they all come from the south. The only speed Michigan and Ohio have comes from the southern states and California.
No the Big 10 is not a very good conference for top to bottom, the SEC is a good conference from top to bottom. The Big 12 was a good conference from top to bottom last year but generally speaking we are a top heavy conference.
The Big 10 has tOSU who is an elite team, they have an above average Michigan team and nothing else. Penn State is a shell of what it once was and everyone else is the suck.
Has Manningham ever done anything in a big game?
Sweed sure has, including winning touchdown against tOSU, played huge against USC for the MNC, played huge against Oklahoma.
he's had several big catches in the waning minutes of games.
yeah, it's not like big ten teams have track teams or anything....
Since you failed to give statistics for any of these "huge" games Sweed had, I did the work for you. Didn't know which games against OSU or Oklahoma you were talking about, so let's list all of them:
Vs. Ohio State (2005)- 3 catches 46 yards 1 td
Vs. Ohio State (2006)- 3 catches 37 yards
Vs. USC (2005)- 8 catches 65 yards
Vs. Oklahoma (2004)- 1 catch 26 yards
Vs. Oklahoma (2005)- 2 catches 32 yards
Vs. Oklahoma (2006)- 2 catches 38 yards 1 td
Vs. Oklahoma (2007)- 2 catches 25 yards
For his entire college career, Limas Sweed has five 100 yard recieving games. Mario Manningham, on the other hand, has 11 career 100 yard recieving games. Oh yeah, Manningham also played one year less than Sweed.
but i bet all of those yards were crucial...