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With Marcus Caffey academically ineligible and Shawn Blaylock out for 2012 with a knee injury, how will defensive backs coach Mike Cassity handle his young secondary?
Thanks for the bad news I guess..lol.. Caffey thing really hurts us and SUCKS!! C'mon Marcus... you have got to get your butt in line...please get your grades taken care of. That is just plain laziness imo..how do you not pass entry level courses? You put them off...you dont try..one bit. Any attempt and just some effort at all will get you passing grades on 90 and 100's level courses.
Our one weak spot on Defense just got a whole lot weaker.
The coaches will have to keep a closer eye on the kids..but then again..this is something the coaches shouldnt have to do, or worry about. This is sad..really it is. This type of thing can end careers...jeapordize NFL potential...and Caffey has NFL potential. He was the big, fast, physical corner the Cats needed in there to lock up a teams biggest or best WR. Now Neloms will be thinking more instead of playing the role he has prepared for..this could also jeapordize Neloms NFL chances...say he has a sub-par year..relearning the cb duties..you have to realize Neloms has been a saftey under Minter..the CB's do different thing in Minters defense than Browns.
I hope Neloms comes up spades and aces this new test.. he definitly has the size and strength to be a great corner...but his natural skills suit better at saftey.
Now the frosh will have to play... Reed, Quinn, Tiller...I hope you guys are ready..and I hope you put more effort into your preparations than Caffey did!!
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