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His NFL stock just skyrocketed
Yea, definitely helped his cause. He was highly regarded by NFL scouts before today though also.
Maybe so, all I know is that Jordan Hill just wanted it BAD today. Kid was fantastic in this game
Suck It Emmert!! and "Sorry for not being sorry for being a Penn Stater" - Philafan
One of the best DT performances I have ever seen. One of the announcers said that he had never seen a single DT rule a game like Hill did from start to end.
he def helped his stock in the draft. i still see him as a late second early third round pick. was great to see him play so well today.
'Respect All Fear None."
I heard him say that too but he must have a short memory. Suh dominated a Big 12 championship game, IIRC, a couple years ago.
“We need to keep this (expletive) together,” Mauti and Zordich to Hill
Difference is Suh is one of the biggest thugs in the NFL.
No doubt that Jordan is a better person but Suh that year was more deserving of a Heisman than Te'o is this year.
Wtf does that have to do with the price of tea in China?
I've been very disappointed to see him turn into a Haynesworth. Guy has so much talent and didn't seem to have character problems. And yes, he deserved the Heisman. Just one for many times when it is obvious that it is simply the best RB or best QB on the best team, not the best player in CFB.
Suh was the most dominant DT I've ever seen in my time as a college football fan. He was a man amongst boys.
...kind of like how Clowney looks now. This kid is absurd. I know he is a DE, but still. 5 sacks tonight!?
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"PSU a 3 to 4 win team" - New-era, September 2012
Funny story about Clowney I can share. It's going to sound like one of those fake, urban legend friend-of-a-friend tall tales, but whatever.
A cousin of a friend of mine goes to South Carolina. He had a freshman level class with Clowney. They were in the same group for a project in that class. During a class dealing with the group project, Clowney looked at him and said "who dat word be?" (he said something along the lines of, what does this word say, but I exaggerate that line every time I tell this story more and more).
The word was "ridiculous." So either he's never heard the word "ridiculous" before, or he is borderline illiterate.
SEC! SEC! SEC!
PRF you need to relaxx. These guys aren't in college to play skool.
It's an even longer story how USCe and Bama were able to get him eligible. It was quite a process. Clowney is a kid who belonged in a 2 yr developmental league, then the NFL. Some kids were made to be athletes and not much else. The SEC acknowledges it and plays by those rules.
Let's not forget that Jordan Hill was 2 or 3 star recruit. A prime example that the recruiting ratings are not the be all and end all.
Soon, the story will be that the word was "cat".
And that we flipped him late from Rutgers.
"who dat word be?"
"On paper they have nothing to play for– no bowl games, rankings, or championships– yet they play like they have everything on the line."
In case you didn't hear it, in one of the post game interviews, Coach O said that Jordan was one of the best DT's he's ever been around. And he's been in the NFL with the Pats for several years.
I couldn't even understand the question lol. He is future New Orleans Saints material. #WhoDat?
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