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Kuechly Could Be What Dan Morgan Wasn't

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Cat    3,780

Kuechly is like Morgan in so many ways – a sideline-to-sideline linebacker who lives for football.

http://espn.go.com/blog/nfcsouth/post/_/id/34418/kuechly-could-be-what-dan-morgan-wasnt

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Kurb    4,984

thanks for the obvious.

Is that needed ?

Jon Beason is what Dan Morgan wasnt

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Doyle    4,166

Owner of a successful restaurant?

Success or not that was some damn good pizza.

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Cat    3,780

Actually a pretty good article by Yas.

I agree. I was pleasantly surprised.

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Mr. Scot    34,532

Success or not that was some damn good pizza.

Sure was. Ate there a couple of times and still have a taste for it.

People say the restaurant business is hellishly difficult to succeed in.

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CRA    12,190

Is that needed ?

Jon Beason is what Dan Morgan wasnt

True. But I think Morgan healthy and on the field was a better MLB. Beason a better leader. If Morgan had stayed healthy Beason would have been our OLB for his career

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PhillyB    40,347

if mcclain, fua, and edwards proves to be even a middle-of-the-road rotation at DT, having beason AND keuchly roaming the middle of the field will be deadly.

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Tom    41

Morgan officially was in on 18 tackles in that game, but Carolina coaches put the number at 25.

Morgan had so many tackles in that SB because Pep couldn't play the run and the pats ran right by 90 all night.

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SOJA    5,352

I also was about to meet Boston College linebacker Luke Kuechly, who was preparing for the scouting combine under Weinke’s guidance.

ok what deal did the Devil, Hurney, and Weinke strike

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Donald LaFell    1,575

Sure was. Ate there a couple of times and still have a taste for it.

People say the restaurant business is hellishly difficult to succeed in.

it's tough. I did culinary school for a year and it opened my eyes whooboy. CPCC was way better than JWU, they actually thrust you out in the industry and you get a taste quick. There are some wonderful sides to it, but overall it's for a very unique kind of person.

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