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michaelm
04-21-2005, 11:12 PM
11:00 pm

there's a segment on Clarrett with some news on his newer 40 times coming up after the current commercial

outofhnd
04-21-2005, 11:14 PM
yea itll take him a commercial break to run that 40 time

michaelm
04-21-2005, 11:15 PM
yea itll take him a commercial break to run that 40 time

LOL...

I wasn't sure if anyone would be interested, but thought I'd post it anyway...

Youngstown Colt
04-21-2005, 11:18 PM
Big Clarett fan here, he will be the steal of the draft, and will use all those who doubted and laughed at him as motivation.

Believe me, he was doubted early in his HS career, and he made everyone eat their words then too.

Grid
04-21-2005, 11:20 PM
Didnt get to see the whole interview, or his new 40 times.

What I did see of it though, he didnt seem like the terrible, cocky, self centered guy that you would expect him to be.

He looks like he is really down about his situation, and pretty much accepting of the fact that he may be a 4th or 5th round pick.. if he gets picked at all.

Apparently alot of coaches feel he has big issues other than his 40 times though.. so who knows *shrug*

From what I saw though.. I feel bad for the guy hehe. Id waste a 7th rounder on him to let him at least try and make the team.

WWJD
04-21-2005, 11:25 PM
Somebody will pick him up.

wags
04-21-2005, 11:40 PM
Believe me, he was doubted early in his HS career, and he made everyone eat their words then too.

High school? The guy who washes my car was an all-state football player. High school?

That was a tough interview to watch because Clarett was always looking down at the ground and hardly ever looked that guy in the eye. Maurice, it's okay to look a man in the eye little fella. :baby:

pilottim
04-21-2005, 11:57 PM
Youngstown love your support but your being a homer. And your coach is gonna get waxed when the NCAA ever gets around to punishing a guy who hands out free cars to his recruits.

Wonder how Ohio St. will compete without scholis for 4 years and no bowl games.

Then again it is the NCAA, they may get around to a punishment come 2050.

outofhnd
04-22-2005, 03:42 AM
His problem its never his fault. And if he has to take the blame he is taking others down with him.

On NFL Total Access they asked him howhe felt about his appeal being turned down.

Response - "oh I havent been on that but at the beginning"

He runs his mouth way to much and i don't put much stock in what he says on his own. Hes just like TO without the superstar status.