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Hoping that Fitzy can toughen him up and Mac can coach him up.
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Shrive's biggest issue needs to be resolved with Fitz2.0
Shrives biggest issues will be solved when he looks into the mirror and decides if he wants to go at it.
If he doesn't make the 2 deep or disappoints again, he's the first guy I ask to not come back next year.
Can't disagree with that. Needs to spend more time in the weight room and less time worrying about doing charity work.
Can't tell if sarcastic or not
No sarcasm here. Guy has been a huge disappointment.
Idk if you're being sarcastic. He may be a great guy with all that work, great. But if he wants to be a great football player its his attitude on the field and in the weight room that must change. I've heard he likes to party a bit much, fine I can't say I don't either. But he's also soft mentally and physically on the gridiron. Not acceptable.
As with practically all that you post here I agree.
As was pointed out on one of the other boards, Shrive's problem is not the weight room
That article is just Shrive's home town paper talking him up for the local fans. I really don't care who starts on the line, so if someone else beats Shrive for playing time then that's fine with me.
Question..if he makes a complete 180 this year and shows some life, do you guys think the fault lies with the previous regime or he finally is applying himself?
It would likely be some combination of the two.
Actually it's a Pittsburgh paper and Shrive is from Scranton but agree, if he gets beat out it's fine. Would really be something if he gets beat out by the walk-on kid Bryan Davie. Besides, I like the walk-ons #.
A not-so-ordinary Penn State student asked for a tryout and ended up making the team — so far. Get the lowdown on Maryland native Bryan Davie.
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WE ARE! And we will always be...
...and if you're not down with that, then I got 2 words for ya.."suck it!!"
nevermind the thousands of dollars he raises through THON....
What does that have to do with being at PSU on a football scholarship? He can raise money for charity as a regular student if that's what motivates him. PSU football obviously isn't.
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