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7-Things For Jacksonville: Part I.


1. The Biggest Factor In The Game- The biggest factor in this game is Hurricane Florence. This is the new normal: gigantic Global Warming Hurricanes slamming into earth, and changing the geography of nations (CAN YOU HEAR ME NOW REPUBLICAN DENIERS). They are talking about two to four feet of rain. That is FEET OF RAIN. 

That is a catastrophic Global Warming number. It is difficult to put a number like two to four feet of rain into the context of pre-Global Warming numbers. I like to put incomprehensible numbers like that into context by converting it to snow numbers. An inch of rain is 10 to 12 inches of snow. So two feet of rain is about 24-FEET OF SNOW. That is a snow level that goes over half way up my house, and I don't even want to think about how 48-inches of rain is translated into show (fine 48-feet;).

That is as devastating a Global Warming number as I have ever heard. That storm is a Global Warming Hurricane that is going to forever change the geography of the Carolinas (or until next year when the next Global Warming Hurricane hits). These storms are going to keep coming every year now. The ocean is rising.

What Global Warming means is the Earth has gotten warmer do to pollution. What that means is that the polar ice caps have melted, and are raising the oceans every year. Next Hurricane Season the ocean will be even higher, and the level of storm surge will be even higher. The ocean is rising. So how can you vote for anyone in a Party that champions the deadly and dangerous lie that Global Warming is fake? Because the ocean is still rising.

Just ask the people in the Carolinas who are being forecasted to have 48-feet of essential snow dropped on their homes if they believe in Global Warming Hurricanes. Just ask the People of Puerto Rico if they learned about Global Warming Hurricanes last year, and how much having an orange-haired Bozo denier as President kills.

This years' Global Warming Hurricane is even worse, because it is so slow moving. I have never heard of a hurricane moving at 3 MPH before, because they didn't exist. Storms that are now striking every year used to be 50-year storms. They used to strike every 50-years. Now we have them every year, with new weird twists, like a Global Warming Hurricane moving 3-MPH. Like a storm that could drop 48-feet of snow on us! That is over the roof of my house!

So thank goodness President Bozo cut regulations that started to slow Global warming. Because I personally want to see if I can survive a snow storm that completely cover my house. Can you breathe in a House that is completely covered with snow? Can I dig a tunnel to my car, so I can get out to the tunnel/road in front of my house, to drive in the snow tunnel to work? How many gallons of Milk do I need to pick up at the grocery for my kids to survive 24 to 48 feet of snow?

2. Global Warming Hurricane- Okay, enough about Bozos and Global Warming Hurricanes! So what really matters is how does this affect the Pats? One thing Hurricanes do is they drag up hot and humid weather from the equator up North. We all know what happens to the Pats when they play in Miami in September. They cannot survive the heat and humidity enough for victory.

The conditions in Jacksonville are going to be even worse this year than a normal September game in Miami. The Pats cannot convert their body thermometer (if that is a thing;) in order to pull out a victory in Jacksonville, after Florence dragged up all that equatorial heat up north, and dragged in all that humidity under it.

Jacksonville was not a well-coordinated team in the beginning of last season (they went 3 and 4 to start last season). Their QB and Defense needed half the season to get their groove back. They went 1 and 1 in their two September home games last season. But the Global Warming Hurricane is bringing a new level of Humidity to the East Coast, especially south of the storm.

Plus, Jacksonville is really just a hunk of cement on top of a swap. Screw the swamps of Jersey, Jacksonville is a swap. I get paranoid every time the Pats travel to Miami in September. It just spells L-O-S-S every time. I am having trouble separating a Jacksonville game from that, which is on the northern most tip of F-L-A.

I just don't see the Pats surviving the heat and humidity of Jackson after a gigantic Global Warming Hurricane drags up all that heat and humidity past it. The Pats are going to get baked and soaked in humidity at the same time.

3. Saturday To Sunday- I can't wait to watch this game. I'm dying to see how Greg Little blocks Alabama Edge guys, and AJ Brown trying to beat Alabama's young secondary. And Metcalf just scored about 50-yard TD as I was finishing this up. I hate when life gets in the way of football. But I have a wife an kids who think they are more important than football:

#33 * Anfernee Jennings, LB (Jr., 6-3, 262)-

#99 * Raekwon Davis, DL (Jr., 6-7, 308)-

#47 *Christian Miller- LB Jr 6-4, 230-

#24 Terrell Lewis, EDGE, -

#30 Mack Wilson- 6-2, 230, OLB, -




#73 Jonah Williams, OL (Jr., 6-5, 305)-

#66 Lester Cotton SR- 6-4, 324, -

#71 Ross Pierschabacher- OC, 6-4, 303, -

#34 *Damien Harris- RB, Jr, 5-11, 216- 

#1 *A.J. Brown- WR, 6-1, 225, -  .

#5 DaMarkus Lodge- WR, 6-1, 225, -  .

#14 **DK Metcalf- WR, 6-4, 225, -  .

#74 *Greg Little- 6-6, 325, -

#50 Sean Rawlings- 6-5, 294, OL/OC,-

#79 Javon Patterson- 6-3, 314, OG/OC-



#19 Markel Winters- DE, SR)-

#28 Cameron Ordway- OLB/DE, SR)-

#36 Zedrick Woods- SS SR/3)-

Ohio State Vs TCU:

#97 Nick Bosa- Edge, 6-5, 263,- A freak just like his brother, with a great knack for hitting the quarterback. "You are looking at a really great athlete. He has great leverage, can bend well, has great balance." Ohio St DL-coach Larry Johnson said. "To find a guy at that weight who can bend as well as he can bend, and has great hand-eye coordination so that he can catch an offensive lineman, which is something not common to do, but Nick can do it. He has an ability to really attack their weakness. That is what Nick does. Every weakness, he is going to attack it. He will attack it until you take it away, then he will go to something else." He is a top five Pick.

Ohio State Overview: Nick Bosa, the 2017 Big Ten Conference Smith-Brown defensive lineman of the year and an American Football Coaches Association first-team All-American, is poised to be one of the top defensive players in all of college football during the 2018 season … he is coming off a season in which he led the Buckeyes in tackles-for-loss (16.0) and TFL yardage (74) with another team-high in quarterback sacks with 8.0 … he was second in the Big Ten in both TFLs and sacks … remarkably and outstandingly consistent, he was named a game “champion” by the Ohio State coaches for his efforts in all 12 wins last year, the only defensive player to achieve the feat … he was the team’s defensive player of the game twice: vs. UNLV and Penn State … he was part of a quartet of terrific, rotating defensive ends last year that combined for 42 tackles-for-loss and 24 quarterback sacks, with only eight defensive snaps separating them (Tyquan Lewis led with 534 and was followed by Sam Hubbard with 531, Jalyn Holmes with 527 and Bosa with 526) … Bosa was second on the team as a true freshman in 2016 with 5.0 quarterback sacks and he enters the 2018 season with career totals of 23 TFLs for 110 yards in losses and 13.5 quarterback sacks … he has played in all 27 games the past two seasons and has started seven times … he is an Academic All-Big Ten Conference honoree and a two-time OSU Scholar-Athlete majoring in communications.

Notable Note: Bosa is the fourth consecutive Ohio State defensive end to be named the Big Ten Conference’s Smith-Brown defensive lineman of the year, following in the trail blazed by his brother, Joey, in 2014 and 2015, and Tyquan Lewis in 2016.

#86 Dre’Mont Jones- 3-Tech, 4-3, 286,- A pure disruptive one-gapper, who also has that knack for finding the quarterback. "The guy that has probably had the best spring of anybody on our team this spring is Dre’Mont Jones. He was outstanding this spring," Urban Meyer said. He could be a top five pick as well.

Ohio State Overview: Back-to-back terrific seasons has positioned fourth-year junior defensive tackle Dre’mont Jones as one of the top defenders on the Ohio State defense for the 2018 season … the veteran of 25 games and 23 starts has 72 career tackles and nine tackles-for-loss, for losses totaling 26 yards … Jones earned third-team all-Big Ten Conference honors in 2017 and he was named a game “champion” by OSU coaches seven times last season, including player of the game honors vs. UNLV … he red-shirted the 2015 season and then had a breakthrough season in 2016 when he moved into a starting defensive tackle position as a red-shirt freshman and was a 12-game starter by season’s end … Jones finished as the team’s leading tackler among defensive line players with 52 total tackles as a freshman … registered a personal-best eight stops in the overtime win at Wisconsin and seven in the overtime win over Michigan … he is a two-time OSU Scholar-Athlete who is majoring in sociology … spent a week this past summer in Manchester, N.H., interning with the Drug Enforcement Administration.

#8 *Kendall Sheffield- CB, 6', 193, - Next in line to be a top prospect at Corner for Ohio State. "I think the sky is the limit for Kendall. He and I talked about that a couple of days ago. The one thing that he made a lot of strides at was really, really trying to be very detailed in exactly what we were asking him to do," OSU's CB coach Taver Johnson said. "I think he did the best job of that in terms of eye-placement, anything with the techniques and it showed up. It really did show up for him this spring and he made some great strides for sure." He has a lot to prove this season to be a 1st.

Ohio State Overview: In the summer of 2018 Kendall Sheffield was selected by as the fastest player in college football … this after he broke the Ohio State school record and the French Field House indoor record in the 60-meter dash in February with a time of 6.663 … the previous record had stood for 23 years … Sheffield, a fourth-year junior in his second year with the program, is much more than just a speed merchant, though … he had a fine sophomore season with the Buckeyes in 2017, playing in all 14 games and ranking second on the team in pass break-ups with nine … only the No. 4 overall pick in the 2018 NFL Draft, Denzel Ward, had more PBUs … Sheffield also contributed 40 tackles on the season … made three starts for Ohio State last season, including in the Goodyear Cotton Bowl against USC and Sam Darnold … earned game “champion” status from the OSU coaches for his Cotton Bowl efforts, including breaking up four passes, making three solo tackles and forcing a fumble that led to the first Buckeye touchdown in the 24-7 victory … was named a champion five times in all, including after the wins over Michigan State and Michigan … Sheffield is majoring in human development and family studies.

#3 *Damon Arnette- 6', 195, RS-JR CB- If Sheffield isn't the next Number One NFL CB than this second year starter is. This will be his forth season at Ohio State, and he could go in the 1st when all is said in done.

Ohio State Overview: Damon Arnette is a fourth-year junior who is coming off a fine 2017 season in which he started 12 games alongside Denzel Ward at cornerback … has plenty of game experience with 27 games played in and 65 career tackles … also has 11 total passes defended with three interceptions and eight pass break-ups … picked off two passes in 2017 (vs. UNLV and Michigan State) after getting his first in 2016 vs. Nebraska … among the team’s top tacklers in 2017, finishing sixth with 44 tackles in addition to contributing eight pass break-ups and the two interceptions … awarded game “champion” honors by the coaching staff five times as a sophomore: vs. Army, UNLV, Rutgers, Michigan State and Wisconsin … team’s defensive player of the game in the win over Michigan State … set career-bests with seven tackles vs. Oklahoma and six solo tackles vs. Indiana … played in all 13 games in 2016 after red-shirting the 2015 season … is majoring in communications.

#4 *Jordan Fuller- 6-2, 204- He is the surprising starter at Safety next to Damon Webb last season. Now he is trying to lead the secondary. He is a solid Day Two prospect. 

Ohio State Overview: Jordan Fuller is one of the top players on the 2018 Buckeye team and one of its top student-athletes as well, which combined makes him highly regarded as one of the team’s top leaders … he has played in 26 games the past two seasons including 13 starts in 2017 and all 13 games played in 2016 as a true freshman … he is coming off an outstanding sophomore season in 2017 when he was second on the team in tackles with 70 and had 13 more solo tackles – 57 total – than anyone else on the team … he topped out at a career-best 10 tackles twice, vs. Iowa and in the Cotton Bowl victory over USC … was awarded game “champion” status by the coaching staff seven times, including player of the game honors vs. Nebraska … recorded his first career interception in the end zone vs. Indiana … he is majoring in business marketing and has earned Academic All-America, Big Ten Conference Distinguished Scholar, Academic All-Big Ten and multiple OSU Scholar-Athlete honors in his first two seasons.


 #59 Isaiah Prince- OT, 6-7, 310, - They kept him at ORT, but he was as dominate as you want to see your OLT be in the first two games. Elite size, log arms, smarts, and technique could make him a 1st Round OLT.

This guy will be a starting OLT in the NFL. Unless he can't play on the left side. Some guys can't switch sides, like Matt Light couldn't play on the right side. He is a better OLT prospect than Jamarco Jones.

Overview: Isaiah Prince is one of the leaders on the Ohio State offensive line and a true senior … he is coming off a third-team all-Big Ten Conference season in 2017 and the accolades are expected to grow this year for the veteran of all 40 Ohio State games the past three seasons and 27 consecutive starts … has been Ohio State’s starting right tackle in 2016 and 2017 and the Buckeyes have led the Big Ten in rushing in each of those seasons … Prince has led all Ohio State offensive linemen in plays from scrimmage the past two seasons, with 945 in 2016 and 933 in 2017 … he has the distinction of being the only member of the 2015 class of recruits who has played in every game the past three seasons … is majoring in sport industry.

#25 Mike Weber- RB, 5-10, 214- He looks little faster this season. Runs over DEs for 1st downs. Excellent receiver out of the backfield. Lost weight from the past couple years. Still runs with great power.

2017 Notes: He was suspended for the first game last season. But he showed his elite burst to the second level against OK. But then got hurt in the 2nd quarter. Great power runner on short yardage. He was injured early, but was terrific at he end of the season. He found his burst and explosion. Great cut back when the OLB penetrates to make him miss. He can turn it up field and turn the loss into a gain.

Ohio State Overview: Mike Weber is an outstanding running back who ran for over 1,000 yards as a freshman, added another 600-plus yards during a sophomore season that was slow to start because of injury, and is now healthy and ready to be a big-time producer for the Buckeyes … he and sophomore J.K. Dobbins give the Buckeyes one of the best one-two punches at running back in the Big Ten and possibly nationally … Weber, a fourth-year junior, is a veteran of 25 games with 13 starts … he enters the 2018 campaign with 1,722 career rushing yards and a career average of 6.1 yards per carry … he also has 33 career receptions for an additional 185 yards, six 100-yard rushing games and 19 rushing touchdowns … he rushed for 626 yards in 2017 and scored 10 touchdowns, all while coming off the bench … he displayed breakaway speed, as well: he went 82-yards for a score against Michigan State and he has four rushes of over 40 yards … had a career-best 53-yard reception vs. Maryland … he rushed for a career-high 162 yards against Michigan State’s No. 3 rated rush defense … Weber had a terrific freshman campaign in 2016, being named a freshman All-American after rushing for 1,096 yards in his rookie season and catching 23 passes out of the backfield, for 91 yards … he was named the Big Ten’s freshman of the year … he was just the third Ohio State freshman, joining Robert Smith (1,126 yards in 1990) and Maurice Clarett (1,237 yards in 2002), to rush for over 1,000 yards in a season … Weber is majoring in sociology.

#21 Parris Campbell- 6-1, 208, H-B/WR- He is a super athletic freak. It has taken him a while to learn the college game. He could go very high if he can play smarter and faster this season. He runs like a WR, but is a legit H-back. Plays special teams, and will contribute to any team that drafts him. Might be a bit of a tweener. Solid Day Two prospect.

Ohio State Overview: Parris Campbell is a dynamic and talented football player and one of the fastest players on the team and Big Ten Conference … he is a threat to score anytime he has the football in his possession … a fifth-year senior who was a team captain in 2017, Campbell is a veteran of 34 games and 24 starts, including 12 starts during the 2017 campaign when he led the team with 18 plays of 20-or-more yards, including long receiving touchdowns of 74 yards vs. Indiana, 69 yards vs. UNLV and 57 yards in the Big Ten title game win over Wisconsin … Campbell also ranked second on the team last year with 40 receptions and first with 584 receiving yards … he averaged 13.2 yards off his 10 carries, including a long of 44 yards vs. Illinois … he was named a game “champion” by OSU coaches nine times during the season, including earning player of the game honors vs. both Indiana (six receptions for career-high 136 yards and one TD) and USC (special teams) … he enters his senior season second on the team in career receptions with 53 and second in receiving yards with 705, and he has a career 13.3 yards per carry average off his 14 rushes … a fine return specialist, Campbell led the Big Ten in 2016 in kickoff returns (27.8) and he has tied a 52-year-old Ohio State record for career kickoff return average at 30.4 yards per return (Tom Barrington, 1963-65) … Campbell’s 584 return yards in 2016 rank third in Ohio State single season history, and his 149 return yards vs. Indiana in 2016 also rank third … he is a high school teammate of Buckeye linebacker Dante Booker … is majoring in sociology.

#14 K.J. Hill- 6', 198 CB-  Steadily improving WR has looked good this season. He could slide into Day Two with a great season.

Overview: K.J. Hill is not only a tough receiver and a veteran receiver, but he is also the leading receiver on the team with 74 career catches and 811 receiving yards … a fourth-year performer with junior eligibility, Hill has played in 25 games the past two seasons and has started four times … he is coming off a fine sophomore campaign when he led the team in receptions with 56 and was second in yards with 549 … he led all the receivers last year with 10 game “champion” honors, as determined by the OSU coaching staff, including following the huge wins vs. Penn State, Michigan State, Michigan and Wisconsin in the Big Ten title game … had a career-best 12 receptions – the fourth-highest total in school history – and 102 receiving yards in the dramatic, come-from-behind win over Penn State … this coming one week after his previous career bests with seven receptions for 80 yards and two touchdowns in the win at Nebraska … dependable, Hill also was the team’s primary punt returner with 26 returns for 144 yards (5.5 average) … after red-shirting the 2015 season, Hill had a productive 2016 campaign, just missing a 20-catch season but leading the Ohio State receivers (10 or more catches) with a 14.6 yards-per-reception average … he played in 11 of 13 games in 2016, missing two with an ankle injury … he is majoring in communications.

#73 Michael Jordan- 6-7, 312, OLG- Starting OLG the OSU O-line is relying on. He could be a solid Day Three pick for someone. He has monstrous size.

Ohio State Overview: Michael Jordan is one of the top offensive linemen in the Big Ten Conference and now, as a true junior who has started every game the past two years, should start to receive national recognition as one of the top players at his position … a starter since game No. 1 of his freshman campaign in 2016, Jordan has now started 27 consecutive games for the Buckeyes, including all 14 games for the 2017 Big Ten and Cotton Bowl champions … he was named first-team all-Big Ten in 2017 by the league’s coaches and was named a game “champion” by OSU coaches 11 times, including offensive player of the game honors vs. Illinois … helped the Buckeye offense lead the Big Ten in rushing for a third consecutive season at 243.2 yards per game (17th nationally) … Jordan was an early enrollee into classes at Ohio State in January 2016 and worked his way into the starting lineup – and stayed – midway through 2016 spring drills … started all 13 games at right guard and helped the team rank 11th nationally and first in the Big Ten in rushing at 245.2 yards per game in 2016 … is majoring in consumer and family financial services, and he completed a 180-hour internship this summer with Munster Financial.

#11 *Austin Mack- 6-2, 215, WR- He could slide into the end of Day Two with a great season. Ohio States' QB looks to be much better than last year's QB. He can really sling the ball.

Ohio State Overview: Austin Mack is a rapidly rising star among the Ohio State receivers as he enters his true junior season this year … he has career totals of 26 receptions for 358 yards (13.8 average) and two touchdowns … he is a two-year Varsity O letterman and has played in 26 games the past two seasons … he is third among the receivers with 11 career starts … despite an abundance of talented receivers on the roster – seven returning receivers had at least 17 receptions last year – Mack is coming off a fine sophomore campaign when he hauled in 24 passes for 343 yards and two scores, with his touchdowns coming versus Army and Maryland … he had a career-best six-reception-for-90-yards game in the pulsating, 39-38 comeback win over Penn State … he had three receptions in the Cotton Bowl win over USC, for 56 yards … he earned game “champion” status from the OSU coaches seven times in 2017, including in the big wins over Penn State, Michigan State and Wisconsin in the Big Ten title game … Mack was one of six to enroll in classes at Ohio State in January 2016 and he had a productive and impressive spring drills that year, including becoming the first true freshman to have his helmet black stripe removed in the spring, signaling he is doing what it takes to be a key member of the team … is majoring in consumer and family financial services.

#1 Johnnie Dixon- 5-11, 198, WR- Speedster who can't stay healthy. He has talent, but if he can't take the beating in college, he can't take it in the NFL. But he has translated his speed into touchdowns, which is always coveted.

Ohio State Overview: Johnnie Dixon is one of the outstanding leaders in the wide receivers room … a fifth-year senior, he is a veteran of 27 games for the Buckeyes and a highly respected member of the team for the character he displayed in overcoming injury and adversity to become a terrific football player, an authority figure and a key spokesperson for the team … he is coming off a fine junior campaign when he led the team with eight receiving touchdowns and averaged 23.4 yards per reception to also lead the team … he was named a “champion” by the OSU coaches nine times during the season, including offensive player of the game honors vs. Rutgers … his career-best 18-reception season included personal bests of four receptions vs. Iowa, 115 receiving yards vs. Rutgers and two-touchdown games vs. Rutgers, Penn State and Iowa … knee issues in each of his first three years limited him to appearances in just 14 games (two in 2014, five in 2015 and seven in 2016) … before the 2017 season, when he played 13 of 14 games, his most extensive experience was 41 total plays in the Game 3 win over Kent State in 2014 … he is majoring in sociology … and, he’s the best bowler on the team … belongs to a lanes, has shoes and owns two bowling balls.

#15 Ben Banogu- DE/OLB, 6-4, 249,- 

TCU's leading sacker (8.5) and TFL (16.5). "Banogu has a good blend of size and speed and reportedly runs a 4.5 forty,' TCU HC Clark said. "With another solid season he will be the first Frog taken in the draft and he has a chance to be the first TCU defensive end since Jerry Hughes to get first round consideration." They are expecting a lot from him this year.

2017 | JUNIOR: Started all 14 games … Big 12 Defensive Newcomer of the Year and honorable mention Big 12 Defensive Lineman of the Year … first-team All-Big 12 and Associated Press first-team All-Big 12 … second on the team with 8.5 sacks and seven quarterback hurries … first on team with 16.5 tackles for loss … second in Big 12 in sacks, behind only teammate Mat Boesen … third in Big 12 in tackles for loss … ended the season with 49 tackles, 29 of them solo … had a tackle for loss in 13 of 14 games, including in nine straight … had three games with five or more tackles and seven with at least four … against Texas, had TCU career-best 3.0 tackles for loss and 2.0 sacks, which came on back to back plays … forced three fumbles.

LB Ty Summers- 6-2, 235,– Sideline to sideline ILB. "Like Travin Howard, Summers has a nose for the ball. Like Banogu, Summers blends great size and speed for the position. The good thing about Summers is his experience playing in the Big 12; he has the ability to plug holes as a run stopper or to play in open space against slot receivers. He will be a steal for a team; likely in the fourth or fifth round." He has to show he can stand up to the big guys.

2017 | JUNIOR: Played in all 14 games and started nine, including one at defensive end at Oklahoma State ... honorable-mention All-Big 12 and second-team Academic All-Big 12 selection ... tied for fourth on team with 64 tackles including 36 solo stops ... third on team with 8.0 tackles for loss and 4.0 sacks ... had one interception, against Baylor ... had one forced fumble and one fumble recovery on the season ... tied for third on team with five pass breakups ... posted two double digit tackle games with season-best 11 tackles at Iowa State and against Oklahoma in Big 12 Championship game ... had two sacks and fumble recovery in win at Texas Tech.

#90 **Ross Blacklock- RS-Soph, 6-4, 329, DT– He is a sophomore and is unlikely to declare. "His name will start to generate more buzz. He obviously has great size and his explosion off the line is very impressive for a player his size," Clark said. "I'm not saying Blacklock would leave early, but it's worth noting that he will be eligible too." But he could a surprise, so a few notes wouldn't hurt.

2017 | REDSHIRT FRESHMAN: Started all 14 games … FWAA Freshman All-American and Big 12 Co-Defensive Freshman of the Year … recorded 2.0 sacks and 6.5 tackles for loss … totaled 27 tackles with 14 solo stops … season-best 2.0 tackles for loss in Valero Alamo Bowl win over Stanford … recorded his first career sack versus Kansas.

#91 L.J. Collier- 6-4, 276, DE- Could go Day Three.

2017 | JUNIOR: Played in all 14 games … recorded 4.0 sacks and 4.5 tackles for loss … had 18 total tackles with eight being solo … had career-high four tackles against Oklahoma in Big 12 Championship Game … recorded three tackles and a sack in TCU’s win over Stanford in the Valero Alamo Bowl … recorded first. career interception in win at No. 6 Oklahoma State.


#25 KaVontae Turpin- WR/KR, 5-9, 157,– They are unlikely to beat Ohio State, because they are very one-sided. This is only one of two real offensive prospect on the team. That is not a good sign For TCU. 

2017 | JUNIOR: Played in all 14 games with three starts ... Associated Press first-team All-Big 12 selection as an all-purpose player and an honorable-mention All-Big 12 selection as a wide receiver ... as a returner earned SB Nation honorable-mention All-American, honorable-mention Big 12 Special Teams Player of the Year and first-team All-Big 12 selection ... tied for team lead with 41 catches for 394 receiving yards and a touchdown ... rushed for 86 yards on 11 carries with two touchdowns ... with 260 punt return yards on 16 returns and 462 kick return yards on 15 returns, led team with 1,202 all-purpose yards on the season ... returned punt for a touchdown in win over Kansas and returned kick for a touchdown at Iowa State in back-to-back weeks ... also threw a touchdown in win over West Virginia ... only player in the nation in 2017, and only the fifth in last 10 seasons, with a touchdown by passing, rushing, receiving, punt return and kick return in the same season ... completed 2-of-2 passes on the season for 68 yards with the other completion coming in a win over Texas ... earned Big 12 Special Teams Player of the Week versus Kansas for returning three punts for 95 yards and a touchdown ... set career highs in long kick return, long punt return and long rush with a 94-yard kick return at Iowa State, a 90-yard punt return against Kansas and a 39-yard rush versus Jackson State.

#6 *Darius Anderson- 5-11, 220, RB- He is a very good prospect who averaged 6-YPC last season. 

2017 | SOPHOMORE: Played in 11 games and started three … honorable mention All-Big 12 … led TCU with 768 yards rushing on 128 carries and eight touchdowns … ranked third in Big 12 with 6.0 yards per carry … was on pace to be a 1,000 yard rusher before being injured at Oklahoma … Walter Camp National Offensive Player of the Week, Earl Campbell Tyler Rose Award Player of the Week and the Big 12 Offensive Player of the Week after rushing for 160 on 26 carries for three touchdowns in TCU’s win at No. 6 Oklahoma State, with the last touchdown being a season-long 42 yard run that iced the game by putting TCU up 12 with 2:37 on the clock … also had a career high four catches for 41 yards at Oklahoma State … rushed for over 100 yards at Arkansas and had 99 rushing yards against Texas.



Be A Citizen! Not a Subject! 

Fascist is as Fascist does. Beware American. President Fredo is pulling the cowardly republican Senate closer and closer to the cliff.

Amendment I. Congress shall make no law respecting an establishment of religion, or prohibiting the free exercise thereof; or abridging the freedom of speech, or of the press; or the right of the people peaceably to assemble, and to petition the government for a redress of grievances:


The 1st Amendment to the Constitution is the greatest paragraph ever written by mankind. It is the truest diagram of how to ensure a free Country of citizens survives. But is is also a list of what to attack when you want to be a fascist dictator. President Jerkballs is attacking every article in the 1st Amendment. Beware subjects, or you will be subjugated:


TRUMP is not the disease. 


He is a symptom of the complete corruption 


of the Republican Party! 


When a political party commits a coup in the 


Congress and Senate, 


and refuses to play by the Rules and Laws?



The only thing left is utter Corruption!


A disease of hate, insecurity, 






Garland was chosen for two reasons: pure corruption and to protect




Senator Jeff Merkley was right about the problem with any nomination Donald Trump was going to make for the Supreme Court at this low point in the president’s troubled tenure. “A President under investigation should never be allowed to appoint a Justice to the Supreme Court,” the Oregon Democrat argued before Trump announced on Monday night that he had selected federal judge Brett Kavanaugh to fill the vacancy created by the retirement of Justice Anthony Kennedy.

Merkley’s objection was generally appropriate, in light of the ongoing inquiry by special counsel Robert Mueller into wrongdoing by the president’s associates—and, potentially, Trump himself. But it is especially appropriate with regard to Kavanaugh.

A former staff secretary in the Executive Office of the President of the United States under President George W. Bush, Kavanaugh now serves on the United States Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia Circuit. He is a rigid right-wing ideologue who, if confirmed, would move the court far to the right. “The president pulled Judge Kavanaugh’s name from a pre-approved list concocted by radical, far-right special interests that are committed to undermining a woman’s right to choose, health care protections, safeguards for workers and seniors, LGBTQ rights, and a host of other critical public protections that touch the lives of every New Mexican and every American,” explains Senator Tom Udall (D-NM). “These extreme groups put Judge Kavanaugh’s name on their list for a reason.

But believers in the rule of law should be concerned that something else about this nominee appealed to Donald Trump. Kavanaugh has been an open advocate for precisely the sort of imperial presidency that the founders of the American experiment feared—and that Donald Trump relishes.

There is open speculation that Trump’s grip on the presidency is threatened by the special counsel’s investigation. But the high court could avert that threat. And Trump has every reason to believe that his nominee could tip the balance of a closely divided court in his favor. As Bloomberg News has noted, “Kavanaugh addressed some of the constitutional issues that could emerge from an investigation like Mueller’s in a 2009 Minnesota Law Review article.” What Kavanaugh wrote three years after he assumed his current position on the DC Circuit ought to trouble everyone who believes that the president is a servant of the people, rather than “a king for four years.

“I believe it vital that the President be able to focus on his never-ending tasks with as few distractions as possible. The country wants the President to be ‘one of us’ who bears the same responsibilities of citizenship that all share. But I believe that the President should be excused from some of the burdens of ordinary citizenship while serving in office,” argued Kavanaugh in the law-review article. He then asserted that “the indictment and trial of a sitting President, moreover, would cripple the federal government, rendering it unable to function with credibility in either the international or domestic arenas. Such an outcome would ill serve the public interest, especially in times of financial or national security crisis.”











Democratic Senators Jeff Merkley of Oregon and Cory Booker of New Jersey said Trump shouldn’t be allowed to fill the court seat until the conclusion of the special counsel’s investigation into possible collusion between Trump’s campaign and Russia.


"A President under investigation should never be allowed to appoint a Justice to the Supreme Court,” Merkley tweeted Thursday.


























Hey Trump, go pee in a hole!