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Ndamukong Suh

I've watched him for 4 years now. He is the best collegiate defensive tackle I have ever seen.


SUUUUUHHHHHHHH!!!

Go big Red!

[ Edited by Dino on Dec 8, 2009 at 01:12:09 ]
Is there any way the 49ers can convert him into an LG?
Man he can be as dominant as Larry Allen if we can do that!
i wouldntbe mad if we traded a lot to get him
I think he instantly makes our pass rushers better
Prepare for the Tim Krumrie b*tch slapping session. This makes or breaks interior defenders in the draft preparation.

If you have no idea what I am talking about, do a google search.
Originally posted by MadDog49er:
Prepare for the Tim Krumrie b*tch slapping session. This makes or breaks interior defenders in the draft preparation.

If you have no idea what I am talking about, do a google search.



I do think Suh holds up
s per my weekly article this week, I have Suh for the trophy this weekend, he probably won't but would love it if he does.

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The Bronko Nagurski trophy winner, the first defensive finalist since 1997, 6'4” 300lb Senior NDAMUKONG SUH. Let's see a wind of change in this, stop giving it to Quarterbacks who never make it in the NFL, let's give it to somebody who could be as dominant in the NFL, as he has been in College Football this past couple of seasons, particularly this year. He's a really powerful pocket collapser an absolute beast in the backfield and took down Colt McCoy 4.5 times last weekend and lead a Cornhusker Defense that allowed a shade over 11 points per game in 2009. I don't even know why Colt McCoy is going to New York this weekend. I like him, but I like Jordan Shipley better, in fact I like Sergio Kindle at Texas more before I get to McCoy, I don't even think McCoy is the best QB in the game, let alone the best player overall and he had a far better time of it last season than he has this. Mark Ingram had an outstanding day against Florida in the SEC Championship and that could well win him this award on the back of it. He's pretty much carried Alabama all season and nobody, myself included expected Greg McElroy to have such a good game against the Gators, he really stepped up to the plate when it mattered Saturday. Toby Gerhart has deserved the praise he's been getting recently, but ultimately, being on a team not heading to a major Bowl game will count against him here and I don't see him winning it. 2007's winner Tim Tebow would have won this hands down had he lead the Gators to the NCS game, but after Bama's dismantling of them, there'll be no tears of joy for Tebow this weekend.

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Suh won 4 awards tonight!
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Originally posted by MadDog49er:
Prepare for the Tim Krumrie b*tch slapping session. This makes or breaks interior defenders in the draft preparation.

If you have no idea what I am talking about, do a google search.

Alan Branch fail.
nvm!!!!

[ Edited by WillistheWall on Dec 11, 2009 at 00:23:16 ]
Husker.com has a highlight video up for his Heisman push.

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OH.

MY.

GOD.

tech's brandon carter held him to 3 tackles and no sacks, just sayin.
But yes he is a great player and will win his matchup 9 out of 10 times.
Originally posted by Dino:

For once I agree with him. Suh should win the Heisman, but he won't. McCoy will get it becuase he's a QB and led his team to the championship game.