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Seastruck had 178 yards in the Baylor win today.
Enjoy Life, it has an expiration date.
Good for him. I'm glad he's having success. I'm not rooting for him like I would have though after some of the comments he has made implying that he was treated unfairly and not cared about at Oregon. Passing blame for your own immaturity and failures really turns me off.
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Exactly. No offense to the OP but I couldnt care less about this kid. (and that has nothing to do with the Lyles situation).
At Oregon Lache was beat out by a walk-on for #3 Rb spot. He obviously took something positive away from his short stay as a Duck. Best of luck to him.
This post was edited by DuckLucky 19 months ago
I think I'll go ahead and start next weeks Lache post now, and Chip Kelly to _______ post as well.
errrrrrr your forgot the ......"Not".... LOL!
In other news that that no one on here cares about.
Former Duck, Chris Harper has been the go-to receiver for Kansas State so far against Texas. Didn't he leave cause he wanted to play quarterback?
This post has been edited 2 times, most recently by LetMeSeeYourO 19 months ago
Personally I don't think he's a good kid. He's got a big mouth and now that he's having some success again he's shown his true character. He was a punk during recruiting according to most who interacted with him. Then he went quiet while in Eugene because things weren't going so swimmingly. Lately he's just going back to his true nature. I don't wish ill on the kid, but I don't wish him success either.
But, it looks like he learned quite a bit from Coach Cam while he was here.
He had 136 yds on 19 carries last week and 185 yds on 19 car the week before at KSU. He's really come on the last part of this season and should really do great things next year. It's just too bad he didn't hang around here a little longer. Some kids just take a little longer to mature. I'm confident he would have done great things here too, especially in our offense!
This post was edited by bigducker 19 months ago
Yes....and he was horrible at it. Most of us could throw a better ball.
The fact that this has had 4 downvotes is a joke. If you downvoted this post, please punch yourself in the face.
So why do I get downvoted just for giving some information about an ex-Duck? I do think Lache benefited greatly from the coaching he got here.
Competition can change a man and change their attitude but I can tell you from meeting lache personally on campus he was extremely nice and humble. Again I didn't interact with him enough to completely vouch for his character but when I met him I was impressed. Seemed like a good kid.
I'm happy for his success and appreciate the post duckdeb.
My standing memory of him is he had a huge smile on his face every time I saw him.
Being homesick sucks when you're young. It kept him from being a great RB at Oregon.
I wish him well.
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