News: FWST: Frederick was continuation of the Cowboys upgrading the trenches

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  1. WoodysGirl

    WoodysGirl U.N.I.T.Y Staff Member

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    Clarence Hill

    Doing that, according to Garrett, is improving the trenches on both sides of the ball. The Cowboys have now taken on offensive lineman in the first round in two of the last three years. They took tackle Tyron Smith with the ninth overall pick in 2011.

    “Teams win in 2013 like they won long time ago,” Garrett said. “You win up front. We had to get better up front. The best teams in this league have good offensive and defensive lines. Very few teams in this league win if you are not strong on the offensive and defensive line. We had to turn this thing over. We have been in the process over the last three years to turn the offensive line over. You have to do it the right way. Tyron Smith is a cornerstone player for us. We feel Frederick can be one of those players you build a team around. ”

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  2. newlander

    newlander Well-Known Member

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    doesn't seem like a difference maker to me. Hope to HECK I'm wrong...boy do I.
  3. newlander

    newlander Well-Known Member

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    does anyone have quality tape on him? I just watched tape in the other thread on him but it's loaded with plays against UTEP, Minnesota, Indiana, etc....I want to see more tape from opponents like Ohio State, Nebraska (which he did VERY well against btw), Stanford, etc....then make a more informed decision. Pretty darn sure he'll be a guard...Livings should get ready for a pink slip or backup role
  4. burmafrd

    burmafrd Benched

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    when they played Purdue he owned Short.
  5. Angus

    Angus Active Member

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    Glad you are thinking of making an informed decision, finally. Up to now your comments on the Frederick matter haven't seemed very well informed.


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