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  1. Fair enough. When I say "stud", I mean one of the top players at his position. You can be a freak physically but if it doesn't translate into being one of the best players at your position, then, as you said earlier, applying the term "stud" to a player like that is meaningless.
  2. FYP.And so was Metoyer. Where's he now? Studs actually manage to get on the field and contribute. Millard was a stud. OU now has none. He's averaging 5.9 ypc. He fumbled and the coaches have refused to play him since. Their mistake. The kid is a stud. I also believe Saunders is an elite wideout at the college level, but he's not the physical freak that the word stud would typically imply. It's a pretty meaningless designation to be honest. Do you think Saunders is one of the top 10 players at his position in the country? Is that the definition if a stud? Do you expect OU to have a top ten wide
  3. FYP.And so was Metoyer. Where's he now? Studs actually manage to get on the field and contribute. Millard was a stud. OU now has none. He's averaging 5.9 ypc. He fumbled and the coaches have refused to play him since. Their mistake. The kid is a stud. I also believe Saunders is an elite wideout at the college level, but he's not the physical freak that the word stud would typically imply. It's a pretty meaningless designation to be honest. Do you think Saunders is one of the top 10 players at his position in the country? Is that the definition if a stud? Do you expect OU to have a top ten wid
  4. FYP.And so was Metoyer. Where's he now? Studs actually manage to get on the field and contribute. Millard was a stud. OU now has none. He's averaging 5.9 ypc. He fumbled and the coaches have refused to play him since. Their mistake. The kid is a stud. I also believe Saunders is an elite wideout at the college level, but he's not the physical freak that the word stud would typically imply. It's a pretty meaningless designation to be honest. Do you think Saunders is one of the top 10 players at his position in the country?
  5. He of the 20 carries for the season. Look out, Peterson. Pretty sure RJ Washington was the definition of a stud coming out of high school, too. We'll see I guess. Troll hard bro. Not trolling. I'm not an OU hater but I think it's a legitimate question. Ford may turn out great but if that's what you're going with right now, then it kinda proves my point.
  6. He of the 20 carries for the season. Look out, Peterson. Pretty sure RJ Washington was the definition of a stud coming out of high school, too.
  7. I don't agree with your assessment. When your best offensive player is an injured hybrid FB/H-Back, you don't have any studs at QB, RB or WR.
  8. How is it that the University of Oklahoma doesn't have a single stud at QB, RB, or WR?
  9. A medical redshirt after playing over half the season? Good luck with that.
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