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'18 CO OLB Adrian Jackson (Signed to Oregon)

This commit has very little to do with Leavitt and a lot more to do with the HC at Mullen. Like in previous posts it has been pointed out what Mullen's coach feels toward CU.
Phew, I was worried it was because he didn't fit in our defensive system or because we didn't offer him at RB. Glad it's squared away.
 

dyemeduke

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What's all this "good luck to him" bull****?

No. I don't wish him luck. I wish him a four year career riding the pine and getting rained on every day.

Honest question, when McCaffrey was doing well at Stanford, did you not feel some state pride and wish him to continue doing well (outside of Buffs games of course)?

I did, and do for all CO HS players. Best of luck to him. I hope Jackson changes his mind and comes to CU instead though.
 

DBT

Club Member
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Honest question, when McCaffrey was doing well at Stanford, did you not feel some state pride and wish him to continue doing well (outside of Buffs games of course)?

I did, and do for all CO HS players. Best of luck to him. I hope Jackson changes his mind and comes to CU instead though.
I did. But he also went to his parent's alma mater, so I gave him a pass based on that.
 

CanadianDuck

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Honest question, when McCaffrey was doing well at Stanford, did you not feel some state pride and wish him to continue doing well (outside of Buffs games of course)?

I did, and do for all CO HS players. Best of luck to him. I hope Jackson changes his mind and comes to CU instead though.

I don't think anyone can fault someone for choosing to go to Stanford especially given the education they offer. Oregon has lost a few legacy recruits over the years to Stanford, but its the one school where I don't get mad if the kid chooses them.
 

JMBuffs

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He was an explosive athlete in high school.. Watched him return a punt 95 yards for a TD his Sr. Year of HS. He tiptoed the sideline for about 20 yards and then turned on a gear that no one else on the field (or Adams County) contained, he was a beast.
 
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