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Thats a given....no choices.....selective breeding!
What about the fights?
Who are some of the guys on the teams you played on that people would not want to get into a fight with?
Really appreciated your grit and fight on the OL for A&M. Thanks. Can you compare some of your most memorable experiences at away games?
i got in 2 while i was in college....had to pay for a guys surgery so i tried to stay out of them as much as possible
Fran or Sherm? Go! Jk welcome aboard brother
This post was edited by Samwho19 17 months ago
I remember you. I'm from Midlothian and played against you your senior year at Brownwood. First round of the playoffs in Waco. We were up by about 13 in the 4th and just gave it away to y'all.
No hard feelings though glad to have you. You Are a hell of an Ag! Welcome
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If you remember Gremon Coffmon he was a guy nobody messed with. I remember when we first got here during the summer and him and Marty b getting into it.
Most memorable experiences.....well the most memorable one is when we went to lubbock my senior year and beat the tar out of them. That was one fun game to play in. Playing at the Orange bowl when we went to miami was pretty cool playing in that old stadium....the fans sucked though. Also playing out in Cali was fun leading up to the game haha. But there was nowhere we played that compared to the Kyle field and the 12th man. I will never forget the first game i was a captain for when we played Miami at home my junior year. Walking out before anyone and seeing everybody pile in before the coin toss was special. And senior day my senior year when we could've beaten TU and knock them out of the title game was great. Probably one of my best games going against one of the best in the nation.
Ya i remember that midloathian game....the game i scored a td at qb! haha. 1 rush for 1 yard and a td.
Thanks Lee, wish you the best with your coaching career!
This post was edited by Felix 1998 17 months ago
Welcome, Lee! If you ever want to try the NFL one more time, you could probably come up here to Illinois and try out for the Bears. They just have a bunch of clueless twits right now....
Thanks for actually answering the fight questions Lee. Good bull.
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Love the insight.
"Failure is my greatest fear. Yours is probably heights or spiders or some silly shit."
Love the first hand insight. Welcome.
Fuggin A - Gig'Em Lee!
Welcome to Junction.
Awesome to have you on here! Best of luck with coaching, I'm sure the guys at a&m will help you find a spot fairly soon!
I hate Lubbock so I pray that you get the hell out of there ASAP. Place is like purgatory.
Welcome aboard Lee!
Thanks lee, I remember sitting in the stands with my buddies explaining you were more machine than man at the end of your senior year.
My question is in your opinion, what coaches were the best recruiters on staff while u were there, and who were the worst? Did Sherman enjoy that part?
Do the nfl teams pay you anything during the training camps and such, when you're trying to make a roster spot? I've always wondered about that...
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