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Armanti!?!?

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So you are now touting a mid tier fullback?

Nah Hoover touted himself. You must have missed that while you were racking up 10,656 posts in 2 years on an internet forum.

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the fact that you used swagger negates this thread....Armanti Edwards and swagger don't mix, kind of like him and the active roster.

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You are a noob and an AE fan boy so that can't be true. Only BCS players can make in in the NFL.

He's my proof rocketnoob... http://scores.espn.go.com/ncf/recap?gameId=273482026

If you read the article, it will also tell you that Appalachian beat #5 Michigan to start their season that year. Chad Henne (Miami Dolphins QB) played for them at that point. So technically, Armanti has beaten two starters in the NFL previously.

Of course I like Armanti, he was one of the most exciting players I have ever seen in person (at any level). Since the only thing I have seen lately is our QBs on their back, or on the sideline because of a 3 and out, maybe it's time to let him play the position he's played since pop warner.

I bet a bunch of people would love to see Armanti before they see Pike, if Clausen lets us down.

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Interesting how the high school FCS division produced the greatest and arguably 2nd and 3rd best wide receivers ever.

Yes its a mistake to draft the greatest 1AA quarterback (and player) of all time and move him to another position. The 49ers didn't move Rice to CB did they?

I would say the greatest wide receiver and greatest running back of all time.

Jerry Rice

Walter Payton

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He's my proof rocketnoob... http://scores.espn.go.com/ncf/recap?gameId=273482026

If you read the article, it will also tell you that Appalachian beat #5 Michigan to start their season that year. Chad Henne (Miami Dolphins QB) played for them at that point. So technically, Armanti has beaten two starters in the NFL previously.

Of course I like Armanti, he was one of the most exciting players I have ever seen in person (at any level). Since the only thing I have seen lately is our QBs on their back, or on the sideline because of a 3 and out, maybe it's time to let him play the position he's played since pop warner.

I bet a bunch of people would love to see Armanti before they see Pike, if Clausen lets us down.

I don't do the little smilie face thingies so my bust that you missed my point.

I do think your sarcasm meter needs calibrating though.

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This thread needs to be locked.

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This thread needs to be locked.

Yup it's all been said before a hundred times over

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This thread needs to be locked.

Agreed.

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I would say the greatest wide receiver and greatest running back of all time.

Jerry Rice

Walter Payton

Forgot Payton.

Most of these FBS fools don't realize that 2007 Appalachian State would have beat the hell out of their Tarheels and Wolfpack that year.

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So you are now touting a mid tier fullback?

At this point, I think we would all take a mid tier WR. :D

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The deal was he had to earn his stripes on special teams.

He failed

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Forgot Payton.

Most of these FBS fools don't realize that 2007 Appalachian State would have beat the hell out of their Tarheels and Wolfpack that year.

crApp State had a shot in 2006 against one of NCSU's worst teams in recent history. We won by 13 points while passing for just 36 yards. lol

You had your chance to brag

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