call it an embarrassement of riches, but if a player dosen't have a spot on the 2 deep at the end of open week, then he may well be staring for Southern or McNeese next season. For instance, Keron Gordon, our best DB signee, 2 years ago, can't even find a spot on the 2 deep at CB. Had others not already transferred, he might not be on the 2 deep at safety and is in danger(small for a safety) of getting beaten out by incoming Johnson and our FB's brother who I'm told is on his way from Rummel. Get out your program. This is true at every position where some upper classmen is in danger of being beaten out by a younger player and falling out of the 2 deep. Go ahead, get out your program and check the depth chart and see if you can point out the battles during open week. This is no slight meant toward gordon or anyone else, it's just an emabarrassement of riches. Certainly, no receiver can afford to drop balls at wideout and expect to stay in the 3 depp, or even 4 deep with Bowe and davis waiting in the wings-not to mention an injured Amp Hill and an Early Doucet that we can't talk about early. LOL!