I always like to deem my leaders two days after they've been arrested for
DUI as well. Will be a great leader during his suspension
Soup,Why would religioun even cross your mind in terms of ability to
be leader? i hear he likes pizza more than cereal. You didn't mention you
don't see a reason he couldn't be a leader regardless of food
preference. Crazy to think just a couple years ago he thought byu
was a division II program. He did pick byu over several schools including Utah
but then again a guy picked Virginia over Alabama recently so that doesn't
let's roll-- Good point about the progressions. I also hope they insert
more TE plays so there's another option for Hill if things break down for a
longer pass play. We really, really need better O-line play--- not just bigger
guys but guys that play smarter by sliding D linemen over to open up lanes.
Made me nuts to see Williams try to run up someone's back up the middle.
They have to push the guy to the side and not just push whatever direction they
can. Some of that goes on Anae too for not mixing up those running plays for
Jamaal. It's crazy to think how young he is still but see no reason why he
can't be a leader regardless of age or religion. I'd bet most players
see him that way because of his play anyway. They could use to light a fire and
leave the meek missionary behind on the field.
The offensive line will give up fewer sacks when TH improves in going through
his progressions. He was sacked many times last year while a back stood wide
open in the flat. With him having his first spring practice as a healthy
starter as well as a full fall practice, I expect to see significant improvement
in his progressions.
@mildredI think he will be a finalist, but Hill will ultimately take
the coveted trophy home. I also think whoever starts at quarterback at the U
should be considered a Heisman finalist because they're are in the pac10,
despite making it to a bowl for probably the third straight year.
Williams has been a difference maker.I guess I look at the O line a
little different than some. I actually think they've done a decent job
opening up holes for the run game. Williams and Hill's numbers last year
would indicate the O line did a decent job. I think the O line's biggest
struggle has been pass protection.I believe Williams will have
another 1,000+ yard season. By the time he leaves BYU, he will have the most
rushing yards on any BYU RB.Besides Williams, I really like the
other four RBs also. I think this is the deepest we've ever been at this
Hopefully the O-Line will learn how to block for him this year.
Though we have a very difficult schedule, Williams should be a Heisman finalist.