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Complete Seahawks 2013 NFL Draft Class

Complete Seahawks 2013 NFL Draft Class Round 2. 30 (62) Christine Michael Round 3. 25 (87) Jordan Hill DT Penn State Round 4. 26 (123) Chris Harper WR KState Round 5. 5 (138) (From Raiders) Jesse Williams DT Bama ROund 5. 25 (158) Luke Willson TE Rice Round 5. 32 (165) (From Ravens) Tharold Simon DB LSU Round 6. 26 (194) Spencer Ware RB LSU Round 7. 14 (220) (From Saints...
Via NorthWest Sports Beat
April 27, 2013  |  Discuss

2013 Draft - With the 194th pick, the Seahawks select...

...runningback Spencer Ware from LSU. At 5'10" and 228lbs, Ware is your definition of a "thumper". What he lacks in speed and quickness, he makes up in size and strength. He is different from Christine Michael and Robert Turbin in that he openly looks to make contact with defenders, racking up his yards after contact via broken arm tackles and hitting his defenders...
Via Seahawk Addicts
April 27, 2013  |  Discuss

2013 Draft - Seattle's Picks in the Last Two Rounds

I had to go run some errands during the sixth and seventh rounds, so here's the guys the Seahawks picked up while I was out and about: Round Six, 16th Pick (194th Overall): RB Spencer Ware, LSU Another high school QB who converted to another position in college, Ware had a pretty good career at LSU despite being stuck in a backup or RB-by-committee role for much of his...
Via Seahawk Addicts
April 27, 2013  |  Discuss

Bayou Bengal looks to impress in Cincy Jungle

Its not easy sharing the football as a running back. Its a necessity at Louisiana State University. Spencer Ware was used to handling the ball all of the time as the quarterback at Cincinnatis Princeton High School but when he went to LSU and became a running back he learned an important lesson. Whoevers hot is going to keep the rock and thats how wed go, said Ware. Ware was a...
Via Fox Sports Ohio
April 17, 2013  |  Discuss

Looking for the Next Alfred Morris? Top Zone Blocking Running Backs to be Picked After the Top 100

Last year, 6th round running back Alfred Morris was nearly a contender for the rookie of the year award if it wasn’t for one of the best rookie quarterback crops in recent memory. Questions were abound about why the surprise starter and even more surprising playoff runner fell to round number 6. The easy answer?. Morris didn’t test well, he lacked great speed and open...
Via Optimum Scouting
March 24, 2013  |  Discuss
PIGSKIN BEFORE THE PIPE

Mathieu: Football is highest priority

Tyrann "Honey Badger" Mathieu says that the days of smoking weed are behind him and that "marijuana and everything you put before football is obsolete now."

Via Sports-Glory
March 14, 2013  |  Discuss

2013 NFL Draft: 10 Prospects’ Pro Days to Keep an Eye On This March

The NFL Combine has become the staple of the NFL Draft process. Prospects, from all levels of college football and including juniors can meet with NFL teams, show their athleticism and potential, and prove to teams they can handle the NFL, both on and off the field. However, the Combine’s end does not signify the end of the NFL scouting process. The Pro Day circuit, which...
Via Optimum Scouting
March 04, 2013  |  Discuss

2013 NFL Draft: LSU Tigers Lose At Least Three Starters To Early Entry

As if the sting of a last second loss to the Clemson Tigers in the Chick-fil-A Bowl was not enough, the fans of the LSU Tigers were just dealt some more bad news. Having already announced his decision to leave LSU to enter the 2013 NFL Draft, linebacker Kevin Minter became the first of what could turn out to be a handful of Tigers to declare for early entry in April’s upcoming...
Via thepigskinreport.com
January 05, 2013  |  Discuss

LSU's Reid, Simon, Wing, Ware to enter draft

BATON ROUGE, La. -- LSU says safety Eric Reid, cornerback Tharold Simon, running back Spencer Ware and punter Brad Wing say they are entering the NFL draft. Those decisions mean the Tigers will lose at least three defensive regulars, with linebacker Kevin Minter also having informed the school he'd be leaving this week. Reid and Minter both were named AP second-team All-America...
Via Fox Sports South
January 04, 2013  |  Discuss

2013 NFL Draft: RB Spencer Ware Leaving Crowded LSU Backfield Early

According to Baton Rouge Advocate’s Les East (found on Twitter at Twitter.com/@LesEast), LSU’s junior running back Spencer Ware has declared himself eligible for the 2013 NFL Draft. This move did not come as a surprise, as Ware his lead back responsibilities and reps to freshman sensation Jeremy Hill. Nevertheless, while Ware’s numbers were down in 2012, we still like...
Via Optimum Scouting
January 04, 2013  |  Discuss

Ole Miss disappoints again vs. LSU

Everyone plays the 'could have been' game, especially over the holidays when family conversations invariably drift into the safe harbor of sports. Ole Miss fans will have no shortage of things to talk about. There was the Texas A&M game, so close to being an upset that could have put the Rebels on course to an historic season. Then there was Vanderbilt, a game Hugh...
Via Fox Sports South
November 17, 2012  |  Discuss

Sam Montgomery, Spencer Ware, Other LSU Football Players Called Out by Athletic Department to NFL Scouts for Laziness

Someone in the LSU athletic department has a cross to bare with ten LSU football players. There was a note left outside of the LSU athletic department offices that read: “Attention NFL Scouts: ‘The Following athletes miss workouts and always have an excuse. These men lack the self discipline and the motivation to take care of their responsibilities. I will not answer questions...
Via NESN.com
November 17, 2012  |  Discuss

LSU Administrator posts list of slackers for NFL Scouts to see (Photo)

Someone on the Tigers football team has really upset this Administrator and they hold nothing back when they put these guys on blast.  Spencer Ware is a key part of their running attack, and Sam Montgomery is arguably their second best defensive player (currently ranked #18 on the ESPN Scouts Inc Draft Big Board).  This is not going to help any of their draft stock to say the least...
Via Diehardsport
November 17, 2012  |  Discuss

Week 10 Double Your Paycheck Picks*

Each week, I'll try to convince myself I could give it all up and pick games for a living.  And, each week, I'll learn that such a decision would eventually lead to me living in a storm drain in front of a bus station. Last Week:  2-5 (.285) Season:  36-32-1 (.521) Missouri at Florida (-17) Missouri Athletic Department Employee #1: "Whoa, we're gonna...
Via The Belly of the Beast
November 01, 2012  |  Discuss

Matt Elam makes a statement against LSU

GAINESVILLE, Fla. Gators junior safety Matt Elam made it known early Saturday that he had come to play. On the fourth play of the game, LSU running back Spencer Ware took a handoff and tried to bounce out to the left. Elam quickly converged and dropped Ware as if he were an old lady crossing the street. The play fired up teammate Jon Bostic so much that he was called for a 15-yard...
Via Fox Sports Florida
October 07, 2012  |  Discuss

Matt Elam makes a statement against LSU

GAINESVILLE, Fla. Gators junior safety Matt Elam made it known early Saturday that he had come to play. On the fourth play of the game, LSU running back Spencer Ware took a handoff and tried to bounce out to the left. Elam quickly converged and dropped Ware as if he were an old lady crossing the street. The play fired up teammate Jon Bostic so much that he was called for a 15-yard...
Via Fox Sports Florida
October 07, 2012  |  Discuss

Towson Thoughts: Yikes...

Saturday, LSU put together one of the least inspiring efforts I have seen in Tiger Stadium in a very long time.  I'm not one to overreact on this site, whether good or bad, but I can honestly say that LSU's performance against Towson was total horse ****.  I'm not sure I have ever been angrier and more disappointed after a victory than I was on Saturday.  And...
Via Saturday Night Slant
September 30, 2012  |  Discuss

DC's Week 4 Top 25 Recap

You're gonna have to forgive me twice this week people. First, Jimmy and I were otherwise engaged this weekend and missed most of the action on Saturday, so my analysis isn't really worth a damn. Second, I was out of pocket until last night, so the Top 25 Recap was pushed from Monday to Wednesday. In any event, here's a 25-sentence rundown of the Top 25 action. We...
Via Double Coverage Football
September 26, 2012  |  Discuss

LSU Tigers at Auburn Tigers College Football Week 4 Preview

JOHN DAVID MERCER/Staff Photographer The Bayou Bengals come into this matchup as heavy favorites thanks to the Auburn offense ranking in the bottom half of the country in nearly every category. Ranking 104th in scoring offense (20 PPG), 102nd in total offense (336 YPG) and 111th in passing offense (160 YPG) is flat out an embarrassment to War Eagle football. The Tigers were coming...
Via Gridiron Grit
September 19, 2012  |  Discuss

LSU 41, Washington 3: Tigers prove they are championship caliber again

It wasn’t Alabama flicking away Michigan impressive, but what LSU did to Washington Saturday night was still a major statement. The Tigers (2-0) proved they are a championship caliber team, and that it’s downright impossible to beat these guys at night in Death Valley. Washington actually fought harder than Michigan did last week against the Tide, but LSU’s speedy a voracious...
Via Bloguin Best
September 09, 2012  |  Discuss

LSU 41, Washington 3: Tigers prove they are championship caliber again

It wasn’t Alabama flicking away Michigan impressive, but what LSU did to Washington Saturday night was still a major statement. The Tigers (2-0) proved they are a championship caliber team, and that it’s downright impossible to beat these guys at night in Death Valley. Washington actually fought harder than Michigan did last week against the Tide, but LSU’s speedy a...
Via Crystal Ball Run
September 09, 2012  |  Discuss

LSU running back Spencer Ware runs over Washington’s Trey Watson

The LSU Tigers are currently up 34-3 in the 3rd quarter and it doesn’t appear they are slowing down. Running back Spencer Ware has had a great game after being a no-show last week due to a thigh injury.
Via College Football Section
September 08, 2012  |  Discuss

North Texas Slant Routes

LSU rolled to a relatively easy and mostly uninspiring 41-14 win over North Texas on Saturday night.  Watching the game in Tiger Stadium, I was aggravated for most of the game.   I felt that the team played sloppy and lacked emotion.   However, a look at the stat sheet shows a pretty dominating performance, especially on the ground.    Here are some observations:Even though...
Via Saturday Night Slant
September 03, 2012  |  Discuss

LSU Tigers 2012: Easily The Most Talented Team In The Country

Alabama will be about the same, Georgia will be interesting, Arkansas has something to prove, while Ole Miss is screwed, and LSU will be even better than were last year. Although LSU didn’t win the national championship last year, I believe that they have the best talent in the country.  LSU has a solid core of talent returning on both sides of the ball and should be ranked No...
Via Football Nation
June 13, 2012  |  Discuss

NCAA 2013 Demo Thoughts

I downloaded the new NCAA 2013 demo (PS3 version) this weekend and finally had a chance to play with it for a couple of hours on Sunday night. In the demo you are given the opportunity to play three different games (full games with three minute quarters) within a week of a dynasty. The three games are Baylor/Kansas St, Bama/LSU and Oregon/USC. The demo also introduces you to a...
Via College Football Zealots
June 11, 2012  |  Discuss
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