He is a joke. Now the kid from K-State is legit. My opinion of him is pretty high but he also wasn't battling a bad hammy pretty much all season. If both he and A-Rob can stay healthy this year it could be quite the battle to see who the best is. IMHO I would have to give A-Rob the nod. A-Rob was a warrior last year to put up the numbers he did given his injury situation. Had he been 100% all year his numbers could have been scary good. Hell.... against KSU he probably would have gone for 250 based on his 4 carries for nearly 50 yards. People may discount him because of our schedule but I see him having a huge year this year.
A healthy A-Rob is better than both Daniel Thomas and Roy Helu Jr.. The only thing ranking him behind Thomas and Helu Jr. is the writing on the front of his jersey. I hope A-Rob and the entire team use the lack of confidence by the media as motivation. Go A-Rob and Go Cyclones!!!
Exactly. Based on CPR's comments last season about A-Robs attitude about being held out of practice, I can't wait to see what he will be like with a little added chip on his shoulder. CPR basically said it was damn near impossible to keep him off of the practice field last year and that was with a pretty painful injury. A-Rob definitely doesn't lack motivation and this type of slight will only fuel his fire a bit more.
I really have no knowledge of this ksu kid, but I did see Helu play vs va tech last year and he was impressive. Based on that and that NU is projected to have a strong team I don't think this is a farce....having said that, I'd still take ARob if given the choice between the two.
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