I'm here. If you're here, let's roll.
@Troy: I am not ready to say anything is holding him back just yet. I know he was fourth on the depth chart but they're going to use a lot of two-back sets. I think each guy has different skill sets they like and can use in different packages. He'll still get some touches, I assume. It's a matter of what he does with them. Terrell Newby was always going to be tough to take off the top line this offseason. Ozigbo had a good camp. Tre Bryant looks legit. It's a tough competition. Someone has to be the fourth guy. This coaching staff clearly values the all-around back. You better know your blocking schemes and all that. One of the reasons Bryant has made such a quick move is he's a quick learner with that stuff.
@CDS: Everything gets remade eventually. Usually in crappier fashion. Except Batman. Sometimes Batman gets better. Dark Knight was a little better than what Adam West was bringing to the table.
@CountryHusker: We are the music-makers
And we are the dreamers of dreams
Wandering by lone sea-breakers
And sitting by desolate streams
World-losers and world-forsakers
On whom the pale moon gleams
Yet we are the movers and shakers
Of the world forever, it seems.
@TheDon: Good question for John Parrella and Banker today. I don't know what the plan is or if they'll tell us. The assumption would be that, yes, they will want to get some quality reps for the Davis twins and guys like Sedrick King and AJ Natter. This team can take nothing for granted, but ideally this staff gets a game where they're playing with a big lead and let some young guys get quality action late. Nebraska had only one of those games all of last year -- South Alabama.
@Patrick: Clemson, Michigan, Alabama, Florida State.