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A&M fan i want you to fight for your beliefs. Punch me in the fucking mouth and tell me why you are right. turn the GD table over, brother!
Don't puss! Tell me im wrong motherfucker!
But, listen, when a sophomore kid can run a 10.2 100m he has real ability. NFL ability. Its not that he is the best - but he was given something that no amount of speed training and protein can re-create. His bones were sprinkled with God's dust of the Wind. It allows the great throughbreds to run faster than the rest and even a little for the cheetahs of the jungle, so that they can be faster than the other cheetahs.
Well, LQ has this dust on his bones. He was meant to be faster than the rest of us. It was a gift. He must nourish this gift and make it even better. He needs help to do that. To allow his special dust to be wasted should make us all cry. BIG tears.
Maybe I am misreading this, but it seems to be A&M Fan's goal to discount the abilities of all East Texas recruits, with the exception of the Aldridge kid(who he thinks is the next coming of Wes Welker) who has no offers.
I am not trying to discredit any of these athletes just telling you what I know. Sanders is an exceptional athlete. It would be great if we could get him.
Wallace is fast. I don't see much more. Where did you see him run a 10.2. I guess you pulled that number out of your butt. He hasn't ran track in 2 years. I have seen him play more than any of you I promise. He was faster when he was younger than he is now. His weight and lack of growth has slowed him down. Don't get me wrong he is still fast but not 10.2. If you want kids like him at A&M then we have problems. He doesn't go to class he has a lot of other issues that only bring problems to Universities. You have know idea what your talking about so trying to punch you in the mouth and prove my point would be a waste of my time.
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