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Discussion in 'On The Field' started by SabreHorn, Jun 4, 2018.
i wish him the best, but not in your uniform, so i'm a bit torn. i just hope he doesn't get injured.
It's like me and Colt. Loved that kid and wanted nothing but success for him except for when we played.
Browser search says he is 5' 10" - he may be or he's 5" 9" and while at Allen they always made sure to list him as 5' 10". Only he knows but an inch or two either way really doesn't make a big difference.
it's what comes with it. you can tell he's no spark plug. Every inch is a 5-10 pound difference. These DL are 320#. Heat seeking LBs at 250#.
Here is to Mr. Johnson making 33 a number Murray will have nightmares about after 06 October.
Adding to that... how about #44 Hager planting him a couple of times to the siren loud howls of UT fans at the game and watching at various places around the nation!!
They always claimed that Snowflake was 6'1". I'm 6'3" and unless he as grown since he was at Tech when I stood next to him, I must really be 6'5".
You are 6'5" to some of us that know you
Snowflake was 6' and 5/8 according to the combine data. https://thebiglead.com/2018/03/29/wait-how-tall-is-baker-mayfield-how-tall-is-russell-wilson/
What makes me think that 5-11 for Murray is quasi accurate is that it's MLB draft sourced not Norman, OK. Unless the baseball people aren't as accurate about height as football people. It's not as relevant in that sport, I just don't know. I always thought he looked about 2 inches shorter than Mayfield.
To the Pit of Misery!