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Old 03-06-2008   #1
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In case you missed it .

http://www.time.com/time/magazine/ar...1566-1,00.html
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Yeah I'm pretty sure I missed this one by about 34 years or so.
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The texans should draft that running back from jackson state. Whats his name? Peyton Walter? I have a feeling hes gunna be pretty good.
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The texans should draft that running back from jackson state. Whats his name? Peyton Walter? I have a feeling hes gunna be pretty good.
Actually his name is Walter Peyton. And he's going to be a total bust. Small school guy played against no competition- I wouldn't want any part of him.
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Actually his name is Walter Peyton. And he's going to be a total bust. Small school guy played against no competition- I wouldn't want any part of him.
Isn't he the guy that steps out of bounds rather than take a hit? How sweet is that? I doubt he will last more than a season or two, if that. I think maybe da Bears might risk a pick on him, but certainly not in the first round.
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Don Hardeman, Texas A & I, 6 ft. 1 in., 230 Ibs. A former defensive end and linebacker who rushed for an average of 123 yds. per game this year as an A&I fullback.
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Robert Brazile, Jackson State, 6 ft. 4 in., 230 lbs. A good red-dogger who couples size and natural football instincts. This season alone Brazile has had a hand in 209 tackles (129 unassisted) and also intercepted 9 passes.
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His nickname was "Jaws" as in Don "jaws" Hardeman.
This guy said he'd make Pastorini an All-Pro QB .
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This guy said he'd make Pastorini an All-Pro QB .
Hardeman was a big disappointment...but he did talk a good game.
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Hardeman was a big disappointment...but he did talk a good game.
H@d the teeth for it for sure.
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