Joe was badly injured ... Torn Rib Cartilage

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  1. RamahRising

    RamahRising Jedi Prophet

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  2. islstl

    islstl Playoff committee is a group of great football men Staff Member

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    He's just a

    Stone
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    Killa
     
  3. onceanlsufan

    onceanlsufan Veteran Member

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    Makes me double satisfied that Skalski ... whatever his name was got booted. He was purposely trying to hurt Joe with that hit. Ain’t no cause for such behavior ....
     
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  4. el005639

    el005639 Founding Member

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    Come on dude that guy was a baller. His hit on joe was clean. His hit on Jefferson was targeting and called as such.
     
  5. RamahRising

    RamahRising Jedi Prophet

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    He’s a hatchet man. They showed him the gate
     
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  6. gynojunkie

    gynojunkie "Pooties R Us"

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    Trying to Google....is there any film/data on Skalski's tackles this year to shed light on his modus operandi?

    Until the crown of a helmet is fabricated from styrofoam (Hey! great idea, gyno!) leading with the crown should always be reviewed for targeting.

    "Alex," reacting to an article saying that Skalski should not have been ejected because it "could have changed the outcome of the game":

    "It wouldn't have mattered anyway Clemson fans. LSU had total control of the game"
     
  7. gynojunkie

    gynojunkie "Pooties R Us"

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    Anyone recall the Pouncey brothers playing for Florida? Those two contract killers got away with some unreal shytt, playing before the 'targeting' rules were formulated.

    Nasty mofo's; (great NFL felon material though).
     
  8. el005639

    el005639 Founding Member

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    We have had our share or hard hitting lbs and safeties. That's all he is. He is old school and I will like watching him in the nfl.
     
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  9. tigerpub

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    Yep. That player seemed a bit in the dirty side.
     
  10. APPTiger

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    Sometimes it's just aggressive football and that's the way the hits happen. Guys duck, turn, fall as or after your hit is being launched. Other times it is planned and part of strategy. Clemson has a reputation for aggressive football, they also have a reputation for taking guys out. Look at the OSU game and their running back. High low hit with a twist took him out.
     

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