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Discussion in 'On The Field' started by CHETOLONGHORN, Jun 9, 2008.

  1. CHETOLONGHORN

    CHETOLONGHORN 250+ Posts

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    Orakpo is a Beast.
     
  2. Austintxusa

    Austintxusa 2,500+ Posts

    Nice.

    Thanks!
     
  3. Texas Jack

    Texas Jack 1,000+ Posts

    Jeez and I thought no one could top Robison or Crowder.
     
  4. gobears92

    gobears92 Guest

    That pic of him is hulkish...damn he is a beast..
     
  5. rickysrun

    rickysrun 2,500+ Posts

    He's no Teddy Lehman
     
  6. Austin180

    Austin180 1,000+ Posts

    We know this. F bruce feldman and F espn. [​IMG]
     
  7. That's Right

    That's Right 500+ Posts

    gotta love the Orakpo.
     
  8. Knoxville-Horn

    Knoxville-Horn 1,000+ Posts

    Orapko + boom = scary [​IMG]
     
  9. Vicerous

    Vicerous 100+ Posts

    Those are some sick numbers, can't wait to see him out there
     
  10. South Austin

    South Austin 2,500+ Posts

    With Orakpo's progress and Muschamp's defense I am excited about the possibility of getting more pressure on the QB this year.
     
  11. LongestHorn

    LongestHorn 500+ Posts

    Texas_Defense_v08 will include pressure on the passer.
     
  12. oraclehorn

    oraclehorn 25+ Posts

    He needs to prove something on the field. From the day he stepped on campus people have been pimping him to no end. He needs to step up and do something on the field this year for Texas to get some heat on the QB. I want Bradford, Daniels, Harrell and McGoo to feel pain this year after playing Texas.

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  13. Texas Taps

    Texas Taps 5,000+ Posts

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    Ok, which one is Hulk and which one is Abomination?
     
  14. sinless1

    sinless1 500+ Posts

    Brian wouldn't even see the field in College Station. His forearms are too small!



    >and has a vertical jump of a whopping 42 inches
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  15. Duff_Man

    Duff_Man Guest

    I remember watching him in the playoffs his senior year in HS, and thought he'd be a marginal player at best. He seemed athletic with great agility, but never thought Brian could play no more than 15 snaps a game as DE at 210 lbs. It was obvious then that Kelson would be the college star on the Houston Lamar team.

    I'm glad to be eating a helping of crow. [​IMG]
     
  16. Lancehorn

    Lancehorn 250+ Posts

    Wasn't it an illegal chop block that slowed him last year?
     
  17. Kramer Horn

    Kramer Horn 100+ Posts

    yeah man, last year was suppose to be a huge year for Orakpo. but he was taken out early by an injury. against Arkansas State right? anyway, this year's D-line should be a good one.

    RE - Orakpo
    RT - Miller
    LT - Houston
    LE - Lewis or Jones
     
  18. BLESSMEHORNS

    BLESSMEHORNS 250+ Posts

    BOOM is contagious. [​IMG]
     
  19. No ACL

    No ACL 250+ Posts


     
  20. l00p

    l00p 10,000+ Posts

    I agree that the Muschamp/Akina defense will be something to behold if they make use of the talent we have. I do think it will be aggressive and they will crush some people. Bring it, boys.
     
  21. TexasTower

    TexasTower 500+ Posts

    It has been forever since we've had a dominant pass rusher. It will be nice to see him in the backfield all year long.
     
  22. orangeblood83

    orangeblood83 25+ Posts


     
  23. LongestHorn

    LongestHorn 500+ Posts

    Like all fine lines, this one aged particularly well on the 40 acres and in the NFL. Hookem
     
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  24. VYFan

    VYFan 2,500+ Posts

    Welcome to 2019, LongestHorn! You been in the archives?
     
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