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Raydude (Ray Winger) says...

Shane: You have a good analytical mind. I and most readers have a more rudimentary understanding. Could you go over what the different nuances of the various penalties. i.e. what is the differences with line, receiver, DB , special team 'holding calls, and other issues. What the refs in different positions are looking for , etc. I know I would appreciate it, thanks.

On Getting to know: TCU football

Posted 28 November 2020, 4:53 p.m. Suggest removal

Raydude (Ray Winger) says...

J B Grimes

On KU fires O-line coach Luke Meadows

Posted 21 November 2020, 10:01 a.m. Suggest removal

Raydude (Ray Winger) says...

Terry Allen's 'O-Line' !

On KU fires O-line coach Luke Meadows

Posted 21 November 2020, 2:23 a.m. Suggest removal

Raydude (Ray Winger) says...

Get 'Other' OL candidates. Mason would talk about getting guys that other programs would think, too short, or arms not long. Or, using speed from a tight end and moving them inside. Mangino would have very smart OL Candidates. Adeniji and now Terry were Basketball players that converted late. I think we are doing fine now.

Raydude (Ray Winger) says...

The brain works 30% better, when in an optimistic mode. Remember the positive reinforcement with shooting basketballs by coaches, or a baseball hitting coaches encouraging admonitions.
Ziglar would say: 'I know you can do better, because I have seen how well you have performed in practice, etc. Thereby criticizing the performance and complimenting the performer

Raydude (Ray Winger) says...

Remember Terry Allen's??

Raydude (Ray Winger) says...

Or What??

Raydude (Ray Winger) says...

balance the sound!!!!!!!!

Raydude (Ray Winger) says...

Mr. Tait,
My Opinion is that 'tied for 12th' in a professional golf tournament is indicative or playing very well. What is the payout for being 12th? for a weeks work?

Raydude (Ray Winger) says...

"Suffer any wrong that can be done you , rather than come here. The Dastardly Court of Chancery, whose primary purpose is to rather garner business for itself.
Bleak House by Charles Dickens