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Monday, November 06, 2006

victory in the swamp and defensive depth chart

A reader of mine was right, in stating that defense does win championships. And despite my talented skill position guys, its been my D that has put through tough games. I haven't had time to play because I spent the last couple days in a million dollar lodge in Whistler with some cool peeps and had a friend from PITT in for a visit. I got in a quick game before we left for Whistler against a 4-0 #24 Florida team in the swamp and Bama came out with a 25-17 victory. Josh Reese ran for 92 yards and 2 TDs, while SO QB Terrance Graves is playing the video game Bama version of Tim Tebow as he was only in for about 7 snaps but ran 3 times for 44 yards and the game winning TD. But what was key in this game was the defensive depth. The Gators had long drives which meant that many of my subs got P/T (my sub out is set at 79 while sub in is at 72). True FR Chris Battle had a critical sack in the early 4th quarter which killed all momentum for the Gators. Big matchup next at the Horseshoe as #10 Bama faces #7 Ohio St, in Josh Reese's homecoming to his old school. I'm hooked on Veronica Mars right now, so I'll probably play this game tomorrow night

Here is the Defensive Depth Chart

Seth Bailey SR 93 - Piedmont, AL (Backed up Rawls for 4 years, 1 year to shine)
Chris Battle FR 85 - Weatherford, TX (2010 #1 H.S. player, sick!!!)
Jayson Williams rFR 80 - Savannah, GA (John Berendt fan)

Bernard Quinn SR 98 - Hazlehurst, MS (3 star ATH from same town as music legend Robert Johnson)
Zach Saint Preux SR 95 - Gulfport, MS (Hurricane refugee, 1 of my dynasty's 1st recruits)
Brandon Crewes JR 90 - Laguna Hills, CA (only black guy from Laguna, was not allowed on MTV show)
Jamie Hughes FR 80 - Eufaula, AL (#3 DT, 2010 AL MVP, 4.88 speed)
* Marvin Christian SR 84 - Lebanon, IN (JC, left IU for JC when fav T.A. dropped out)

Jason Parker SR 96 - Alvin, TX (#2DE, 3rd year as starter)
Dion Banks SO 85 - Mission, TX (another lonestar DE, #2DE, 4.60 40)

Darrell Johnson so 89 - Florance, AL (5 star, #2OLB, 4.43 40)
Daniel Johnson FR 78 - Fort Payne, AL (#4 OLB)

Maurice Harrison SR 98 - Las Vegas, Nevada (#12MLB 4.48, parents shot from gambling debts)
Gavin Lee JR 94 - Bowling Green, OH (MLB#11, from same recruit class as Harrison)
Eric Thompson SR 89 - Dade City, FL (has corn rows)
Bryan Jenkins rFR 82 - Clover Leaf, TX (#6MLB, but only 218 lbs)
Cody Wilson SO 78 - Rainesville, AL (2 star recruit)
Adrian Vincent FR 74 - Tuscaloosa, AL (homer, only 5'10, #20MLB)

Aaron Mikulec JR 92 - Gardendale, AL (#3 OLB, WHT, Urlacher fan)
Nathan Willis SO 86 - Saraland, AL (decent 3 star + we know a lot of ppl named sara)
Jacob Pears FR 76 - Saks, AL (#6OLB)

Jason Miles SR 94 - Fairhope, AL (from same town as 4 year SS starter Roberson)
David McCullar SO 88 - Dumont, NJ (#2CB, played nickle as TR-FR, this guy is sick)
Eddie Mills JR 87 - Hauppauge, NY (partied a lot w/rich girls from Long Island)
Brain Heath FR 78 - Hattiesburg, MS (True FR, 3 Star, #36 CB, came in at 78!)
Andrew Mack SO 72 - Seven Hills, OH (i have a soft spot for JUCOs)
* Matt Lee JR 84 - Albertville, AL (injured early in season, out 6 games)

Alphonso Cole JR 97 - Nashville, AR (yep Arkansas, 1st year as starter and look at rating)
Graham Robinson FR 76 Guntersville, AL (#10FS)

Stephen Schilcher JR 84 - Reserve, LA (JC, #1 overall ATH, wht)
Chris Christian FR 84 -Belvedere, SC (Silly name, but 5 star #1SS)
Wesley Moss SO 78 - Forrestdale, AL (6'6 201, at Bama for bball)

all below are wht, big suprise

Jason Hall SR 91 - Washington, DC (4 year starter)
Eric Davis JR 72 - Fort McClellan, AL (JC signee)

Justin Brooks SO 89 -Machesney Park, IL (#1P)


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