KCCD Prospect Watching Open Thread: Week 6

October 6th, 2012

Jake Knott and AJ Klein dare you to comment in this thread! (Photo: iowastatedaily.com)

KCCD Editor: Jason Madson

This is the spot to make any comments you want about today’s games and prospects. If you see something we didn’t or feel differently about a prospect, let us know! I’ll be commenting all day, so should you. Enjoy your college football Saturday. Head inside for the interactions.

 

Tags: AJ Klein, College Football Open Thread, Jake Knott, NFL Draft Prospects

8 Responses to “KCCD Prospect Watching Open Thread: Week 6”

  1. Jason Madson says:

    Sheldon Richardson is incredible. He keeps this level of play up, he’s a first rounder. Explosive and creative with his pass rush.

  2. Jason Madson says:

    Munchie Legaux is looking like the better QB prospect in his showdown with Zac Dysert. I know that’s not the case, but Dysert’s been ugly.

  3. Jason Madson says:

    Watching the Mizzou game from the press box and Cincy/Miami(OH) and TAMU OleMiss on watch ESPN onmy laptop. Life is good.

  4. Jason Madson says:

    It’s Time for the Mizzou game. Sheldon Richardson’s going to continue his dominant play tonight.

  5. Jason Madson says:

    Dayne Crist doing what Dayne Crist does. Throws his 3rd pick of the game. Ty Zimmerman with the pick.

    Bill Snyder and Collin Klein go for the jugular next play. Deep ball to WR Chris Harper next play.

  6. Jason Madson says:

    KU fumbles on kickoff return, Wildcats recover. KState RB John Hubert houses it next play. 32 yard TD run. Sounds like he burnt KU to the outside.

  7. Jason Madson says:

    What a turn of events in KU/KState. Crist throws a pick, then Tunde Bakare tackles Hubert in the endzone for a Safety. Bakarre has ridiculous speed, but lost playing time recently.

  8. Jason Madson says:

    Driving to the Mizzou game. Listening to Kansas KState game.. Collin Klein with the TD pass. Tight Ends aren’t supposed to throw TDs.

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