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FAU 2019 Fall Camp - Discussion, Hopes, Predictions

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jgf2017 said

Now Mitchell has a shoulder injury. I want a totally new starting receivers. Posey the guy from USF and whoever else has potential. Iíll also add that if the slot receiver isnít getting the job done, give the next man up some playing time. I wouldnít mind seeing Cousart as the starter. He fielded punts so he must be sure handed. If Robison doesnít have even 1 receiver he can trust, things arenít going to go great this year. The whole depth chart should get be different. We know the guys that played last year canít get it done†
Posted On: Aug 21st 2019, 10:43 AM #387667


We donít know the status of Mitchellís shoulder and could be back by OSU. He has had a great camp.†

You also donít just change everyone just to make a change. This isnít NCAA 14í.†
You have camp and guys earn playing time and develop. The guys who start vs OSU are the guys who are best for the team that day.
Also expect some guys to emerge as the season goes on as some of the younger WR and newer guys develop. We have no idea if the guys who were here last year ďcanít get it done.Ē We have to let the season play out.
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I was reading an article about the osu game and the line was actually only 27 which was surprising. Anyways, they talked about how our season is dependent on Robison developing. It makes no mention of the receiving core which was probably one of the worst in the country. Itís possible we had the worst receivers in the country last year. Anyways, itís all about the receivers. They might not be able to catch again and Robison will get all the blame again. Itís time for at least one receiver to step up and help him out, even if itís someone like Cousart whoís probably sure handed since he was our 1 return guy
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NEWSFLASH: Harrison Bryant is really good.


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jgf2017 said

I was reading an article about the osu game and the line was actually only 27 which was surprising. Anyways, they talked about how our season is dependent on Robison developing. It makes no mention of the receiving core which was probably one of the worst in the country. Itís possible we had the worst receivers in the country last year. Anyways, itís all about the receivers. They might not be able to catch again and Robison will get all the blame again. Itís time for at least one receiver to step up and help him out, even if itís someone like Cousart whoís probably sure handed since he was our 1 return guy
Posted On: Aug 21st 2019, 11:42 AM #387669
Our wide receiving is core is no where near the bottom of the country and when you factor tight ends we have plenty to compete in C-USA.

Mitchell stays healthy he will have a big year.†

Also, being a punt returner has 0.0 to do with how good of a receiver you are.†
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I will take Shanes evaluation of our team over someone  that is just  giving opinion. Im very proud of Shane.  Your evolution is nice to see. Keep it up. Your good at what you are doing.  
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Local Owl said

I will take Shanes evaluation of our team over someone  that is just  giving opinion. Im very proud of Shane.  Your evolution is nice to see. Keep it up. Your good at what you are doing.  
Posted On: Aug 21st 2019, 12:44 PM #387673

My evaluation is by no means "expert.'' I just understand you can not make extreme judgments in mid August.
 
I know there are issues with depth, but as we talk about at length on the inside the burrow podcast(Go listen! It just dropped.), there is enough talent to be a solid C-USA.

When you factor having a solid pass-catching tight end/H back in John Raine and a monster in Harrison Bryant we should have a good enough passing game to complement our running game.

When anyone says "worst in the country" when you have not seen the unit play it takes away all credibility.

Football is not black and white like; "Chris will be bad because receivers are bad."

Chris has the talent to elevate an average receiving core.
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I said last season's receiving corps could have been the worst in the country, not this years. Credibility? You have credibility? You and Jake aren't even allowed to criticize anyone or give an honest evaluation of anyone's play unless its positive. I'll take my analysis regarding who's good and that sort of stuff. Remember we had a deal? You guys don't hurt people's little precious feelings by saying everyone's awesome. Someone could be horrible and you'd call him good…..Wait, that's actually happened. You have absolutely no credibility and are partial to the players. We had a deal that you and Jake don't know what you're talking about and I tell it like it is remember?
Here are some of the things heís said:
In 2018 our RG filled a void†
Our 2019 Center is our most important player
A receiving corps that canít stay healthy will automatically be healthy, and by the way worst case scenario theyíll be average and itíll all be Robisons fault if the passing game doesnít work. Meanwhile ur future 1,000 yard receiver may not even play this year
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Agree man.
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Shane Marinelli OC40 said

 Football is not black and white like; "Chris will be bad because receivers are bad."

Chris has the talent to elevate an average receiving core.
Posted On: Aug 21st 2019, 4:55 PM #387679

Couldn't have said it any better.

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jgf2017 said

I said last season's receiving corps could have been the worst in the country, not this years. Credibility? You have credibility? You and Jake aren't even allowed to criticize anyone or give an honest evaluation of anyone's play unless its positive. I'll take my analysis regarding who's good and that sort of stuff. Remember we had a deal? You guys don't hurt people's little precious feelings by saying everyone's awesome. Someone could be horrible and you'd call him good…..Wait, that's actually happened. You have absolutely no credibility and are partial to the players. We had a deal that you and Jake don't know what you're talking about and I tell it like it is remember?
Here are some of the things heís said:
In 2018 our RG filled a void†
Our 2019 Center is our most important player
A receiving corps that canít stay healthy will automatically be healthy, and by the way worst case scenario theyíll be average and itíll all be Robisons fault if the passing game doesnít work. Meanwhile ur future 1,000 yard receiver may not even play this year
Posted On: Aug 21st 2019, 7:52 PM #387680



I donít think itís my objectiveness†that makes me lose credibility. Honestly I feel like I lost my credibility the second I said Bud Light is good. Why wonít Twitter let me enjoy my cold, domestic American beer? People say Bud Light is water. Monte Kiffin drinks Bud Light. Are we going to say one of the greatest defensive minds ever drinks water for alcohol? I shanít stand for such slander on my Bud Light.†

Now Shane, Shane loses credibility among FAU fans because he said on a podcast he was rooting for FIU. Which is worse: supporting FIU, or Bud Light?

Point being, I just went on a tangent about domestic beer. You went on a tangent because you think I donít rip players enough †

Neither the ripping nor the beer tangents seem worth it. Even though I love my Bud Light. Weíre all here for the same reason: we care about FAU in different ways. ††

Twitter: @JakeElman97
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