Vad Lee Sighting

05GTCorndog

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Playing on Fox now in some Spring Football League. I've never heard of it, but I guess it is a thing.
 

G776T

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Glad he is still doing what he loves. Seems like a great guy.
There is a kid that used to work in our warehouse in the summer that plays football, was at a d2 school, and is in this league. This league is developmental, the players actually pay 2k to be a part of it
 

CornerBlitz

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Don't forget the diamond formation.
i forgot about that. We ran that against USC in the bowl game. Not to hijack a thread, but there was some really creative stuff we could have done out of that formation to better integrate the passing game. After Vad left, I recall CPJ tripled down on the conventional flexbone.
 

00Burdell

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i forgot about that. We ran that against USC in the bowl game. Not to hijack a thread, but there was some really creative stuff we could have done out of that formation to better integrate the passing game. After Vad left, I recall CPJ tripled down on the conventional flexbone.
The coach who installed it (the guy from California) left the staff - not sure if it was right after we boat-raced USC or not but that could be why it disappeared after that.
 

MeatWrench

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Vad got the option knocked out of him at UNC that year. Glad he saw a better path for himself and moved on instead of trying to force it at GT.
 

BigDanT

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i forgot about that. We ran that against USC in the bowl game. Not to hijack a thread, but there was some really creative stuff we could have done out of that formation to better integrate the passing game. After Vad left, I recall CPJ tripled down on the conventional flexbone.
Justin Thomas.
 

BigDanT

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Justin Thomas.
I still can’t believe how good Justin was. Looking back at some of the highlights is like looking at some of the best football players in history at the college level. The dude was incredible.

Do yourself a favor and go watch the Orange Bowl highlights again. Monstrosity.
 
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