Sunday, March 29, 2015

NC State freshman receiver Bo Hines transferring to Yale

Spring practice got underway for Yale last week. The Bulldogs’ potential top playmaker for the upcoming season, however, won’t be playing.
No, he’s not hurt. In fact, he’s never caught a pass for the Bulldogs or even left a single cleat mark on the Yale Bowl field.
His name is Bo Hines.

13 Comments:

Anonymous Anonymous said...

Spring practice is upon us. There are many things that will need to be figured out for our success next season. Here is the reality. Of the top 20 defensive performers on the team 3 of them were seniors. Only 2 of these were starters. So, as championship teams are, we are going to have to be carried by our defense. If we want to compete for an Ivy League title again next year, our defense (as 2:33 in the previous posts said) is going to have to step a level up. We are going to have to have a pass rush that truly threatens passers weekly, we are going to have to stop the run amongst the best in the Ivy’s, and our DB’s are going to have to be as good a corps as there is in the Ivy’s also. This is what is basically expected of this group based on their age and their lineage. These are guys have excelled as underclassmen for the last 2 years, this is their year to be great.

Offensively we had an amazing year last year with guys who have been around for a while and a few that needed to step up. We are first going to have to get much more as a unit from our offensive line. While they did well enough as the most important unit on the offense to give us a high powered offense that scored early and often we have lost a major amount of fire power from last year. Not counting Roberts (who is a huge plus in returning) we have lost the top 4 of our highest point scorers on our team (Varga, Randall, Wallace, & Cassetta). Offensively we are going to have to have breakout years by numerous different players to get close to the production we got last year, and even that may be an unfair expectation.

Losing 2 of 5 starters on the O-line we are going to really need them to be a force. They’re going to have to take the brunt of the pressure to begin with until we can establish our running and passing game with new competitors. While Rich will be no Varga he is going to have to have a big senior year for us to be good. It will be interesting to see the Hines kid in action and what he can offer in conjunction with that crop of great freshman WR’s that will now be sophs to our passing game. And of course we cannot forget about Morgan Roberts. The one who everybody doubted last year and he had a tremendous year. Now it is his time to lead this team from the front. Now there will be an expectation for him to be our “go to” guy. He cannot do it alone, no one can; and he did also lose the threats of Varga, Randall, and Wallace personally. None the less, he is our QB the guy who gets the most credit and the guy who gets the most blame in this game and he is our best returning starter on the offense and a senior. We are going to have to lean on him to take us to the promise land this season. In Morgan we trust. Makes for a very interesting spring…and summer. Looking forward to watching the chips fall.

TNC

6:59 PM 
Anonymous BLUEBOY said...

Great job anonymous .Also are kicking game must be good and special teams must be good.

9:16 PM 
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Thank you, 9:16. Don't forget are spelling game.

11:54 PM 
Anonymous Anonymous said...

^^^Trollllllllllll

10:29 AM 
Anonymous Anonymous said...

"Are" spelling game 11:54? I agree with you 10:29, idiot troll.

10:32 AM 
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Isn't Rich a Junior??

10:37 AM 
Anonymous Anonymous said...

If Reno had any guts he would force Cannon and Friedline to practice this spring. They are not hurt. Milking the system and not getting better.

6:13 PM 
Anonymous Anonymous said...

6:13pm, "they are not hurt"? Having shoulder surgery doesn't constitute being hurt? idiot!

7:05 PM 
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Unreal. This is the problem with all of the anonymous IDIOTS on this blog!! Those of us who hold a certain level of intelligence can appreciate most comments , be it negative or positive. Yet when a moron makes a comment like kids are “milking the system” when they had off-season surgery and cannot participate in spring practice is just an example of the ignorant pretentious Momo’s who appear on this blog from time to time. Too bad we can’t prevent you fools from weighing in. Oh well, I guess we must deal with your half-wit nonsense. As long as the truth continues to be reported that is all that counts.

TNC

7:32 PM 
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Did Cannon and Friedline both have shoulder surgery?

11:08 PM 
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Chris; What were your observations at practice on Monday ?

11:09 PM 
Anonymous Anonymous said...

http://yaledailynews.com/blog/2015/03/30/football-seniors-on-display-at-pro-day/

Any updates on Varga Pro Day? Is it open to the public?

7:19 AM 
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Varga is doing Pro Day at UConn?

8:23 AM 

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