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Is this a question? Mosley please!
Also, I seem to recall CJ being hampered by a bum shoulder all season?
At Some Places They Play Football.
At Alabama, We LIVE It.
"...Ain't nothin' but a winner."
I think Notre Dame invented Defense here in 2012
I, too, am sick of hearing about Te'o; but of course, if he was getting the hype and played for BAMA, I'd be loving it.
I don't think he was worthy of an Heisman invite, however. That was based PURELY on playing for notre dumb in a dream season.
Overall, both CJ and Manti play their positions well, and are solid LBs.
I don't think he is as valuable as the kid at UGA. ESPN just picks out someone to hype as a dark horse for the Heisman every year. He happened to be this year's lucky candidate. Last year it was HB, who wasn't even the best player on his team. It'll be somebody else next year. Manti is a good player and a good linebacker. He is not the best player in college football and was not in the top five, either.
I mean, if we're talking about making a trade for any one player...I'd make the Dickson for Jarvis Jones trade 100 times out of 100 over Mosley for Te'o. I think Te'o is better at this stage but the area for most improvement would be a dominating Jack LB...our ILB positions are as solid as you could hope for in college.
See, Brian Kelly licensed inventing from Urban Meyer to create defense.
Ryans graduated on-time and racked up impressive athletic honors:
- 2005 Consensus first-team All-American
- 2005 SEC – Defensive Player of the Year
- 2005 First-team All-SEC
- 2005 Lott Trophy
- 2005 Bednarik Trophy Semifinalist
- 2005 Butkus Award Finalist
- 2005 Draddy Award Finalist
- 2005 Nagurski Award Finalist
- 2005 Lombardi Award Semifinalist
Te'o graduated on-time and racked up impressive athletic honors:
Walter Camp Player of the Year
Ryans developed spectacularly as a senior under Joe Kines. Te'o developed spectacularly as a senior under Bob Diaco.
Both are great players and seem to be outstanding young men. That said, I would choose c.j.