gclub royal1688：Jason Marcum
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It's an interesting point
On one hand, you’ve got a great background of developing bigs like Boogie, Harrelson, Jones, Davis, Noel, Willie, Randle, Lyles, Towns and Bam. You could argue Willis since he was playing PF a lot of his senior season.
On the other hand, it’s been a lot of disappointments recently with Sacha, Nick, EJ and even Reid seemingly regressing from what he was at Stanford.
Then you’ve got a bunch of middle ground guys like Humphries, Lee, Orton, Vanderbilt, Wenyen and even PJ.
Overall, UK still has a great track record, but if we’re talking what have you done for me lately, there’s reason for concern.
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I worry about Georgia's bigs
They’re really deep in the frontcourt, so much that Derek Ogbeide is getting just 22 minutes a game behind 2 other bigs. He’s given Kentucky trouble in the past, so if he’s their third big, that tells you how much they have to throw at Reid and PJ.
Kentucky needs big games from its guards to win Tuesday.
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I've seen that being said too
But maybe that speaks to the overall quality of this QB class, that no one looks like a starter as a rookie.
Heck, if the Bengals ended up with any of the QBs in this class, Haskins included, I’d prefer them to sit behind Dalton for a year.
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It's eight straight
if you count the 1991 loss to, wouldn’t you know it, Los Angeles, though it was the Raiders.
Of course, you could look at it was seven-straight postseasons without a single win.