Railey's role has been to rebound and play defense. He's done that very well over the past few games. However, JVB showed early that he could also rebound and play defense against Nebraska. So as long as he could keep up the pace, he was a much better option than Railey. If JVB was playing the same as he was earlier in the month I would have been right with you asking where Railey was, but thankfully he came to play.
Ejim scares me at the line for some reason. He is at 70% for the season but seems to miss critical ones.
He seems to me to have lost a big chunk of his confidence overall as the season has progressed. I hope that he is able to build it back up with all of the hard work he does in the off season and comes back with an even better mindset (and, of course, improved skills) than with which he started his freshman season.
"There are five real good recruits in the state. We got three of them. One couldn’t get into school, and the other went to (the University of) Iowa...which is about the same thing." - Coach Johnny Orr
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