But then you look at Oregon and your whole argument gets flushed down the toilet...
Originally Posted by amptech
Not even as individuals nor as a group. Anyone still want to argue that the O the fans see is a reaction to dealing with the weakest units we have.
That OL had some strengths but some limitations as well and they didn't get much help from the way either TT or DW ran the ball. But still for a team that has won as many as we have and as much experience as these guys had, that none of them were drafted speaks volumes. It says good coaching covered up for blocking that simply was not top 10 nor top 20.
Oregon, and many other programs have awesome offenses every year, but they don't put a lot of guys into the NFL.
As has been said ad nauseum a billion times on here, it takes little more than a few seconds to find a bunch of schools that recruit at or below or level that have way better offenses every year. Its really that simple.
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