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Author Topic: Guelph to win Vanier in 2018  (Read 42654 times)
Strong Oline
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« Reply #680 on: Sun, 05-Aug-18 @ 01:14:14PM »
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Although there appears to have been no official announcement if PG says 4 starting oline are back it means starting LT and future pro prospect Jaylon Guthrie 6'5/300 is back in the fold after getting removed from the team by former Head Coach MacNeill. With C Colin Jerome 6'1/290, RG Coulter Woodmansey 6'5/330 and RT Eric Starczala 6'5/320 back (following a good week at the East West Bowl) it means only LG Andrew Pickett is not returning as he is in the CFL. Next up are future stars Andy McFalls 6'4/280 (key member of the U19 World Junior Championship team in Mexico City) and Ben Petrie 6'4/290 both of whom dressed as back ups last year. Also there are some non dress practice squad guys from last year who are going to get a big challenge from a half dozen top oline recruits, some of whom are expected to come in and push for spots on the dress roster right away. With Westerns big turn over along their oline Gryphons oline could very well be the strongest and deepest in the OUA this fall.
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No Clue Whatsoever.
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« Reply #681 on: Sun, 05-Aug-18 @ 07:00:44PM »
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With Westerns big turn over along their oline Gryphons oline could very well be the strongest and deepest in the OUA this fall.


You have no clue about Western's Oline, watch and learn as their offensive unit will  dominate the country once again this year.
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Great OLs
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« Reply #682 on: Sun, 05-Aug-18 @ 07:14:08PM »
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With Westerns big turn over along their oline Gryphons oline could very well be the strongest and deepest in the OUA this fall.


You have no clue about Western's Oline, watch and learn as their offensive unit will  dominate the country once again this year.

Westerns OL will be good, certainly one  Dave brown is back. Untill then, they’ll have two returning starters in Bouchard and Giffen. They’re good, but not as good as Guthrie and Starczala. Then there’s the next guys up at western that are unknowns, whereas Guelph has 2 more incumbents. The big difference is in OL coach where western has the class of the league/country in Circelli and Guelph has... mike MacDonald who is nothing to write home about.

For that reason I have no doubt Guelphs OL looks best at the beginning of the season, but Guelphs best case scenario is to end their season against western, who’ll doubtless become a great unit. So they’ll get a chance to prove themselves then when it matters.

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Last Minute Entry
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« Reply #683 on: Sat, 11-Aug-18 @ 07:24:21AM »
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Did JP Cimankinda make it in to Guelph and is he at their camp?
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Word is?
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« Reply #684 on: Sat, 11-Aug-18 @ 08:50:46AM »
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Did JP Cimankinda make it in to Guelph and is he at their camp?

Word is he got accepted very late.....sounds like some strings got pulled to get him accepted. Of course PG will dispute that...but we all know the real story.
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« Reply #685 on: Sat, 11-Aug-18 @ 10:57:46AM »
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Did JP Cimankinda make it in to Guelph and is he at their camp?

Word is he got accepted very late.....sounds like some strings got pulled to get him accepted. Of course PG will dispute that...but we all know the real story.

Let the kid in or no more money for Guelph.   Grin  Don't ask PG he is irrelevant at Guelph they don't let him know anything what is going on there.  Proof?  look at how clued out he was last year about various things going on at Guelph.  Others had to tell him what was going on and he would say they were lying.
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Word is?
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« Reply #686 on: Sat, 11-Aug-18 @ 11:05:03AM »
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Did JP Cimankinda make it in to Guelph and is he at their camp?

Word is he got accepted very late.....sounds like some strings got pulled to get him accepted. Of course PG will dispute that...but we all know the real story.

Let the kid in or no more money for Guelph.   Grin  Don't ask PG he is irrelevant at Guelph they don't let him know anything what is going on there.  Proof?  look at how clued out he was last year about various things going on at Guelph.  Others had to tell him what was going on and he would say they were lying.

Surprised JP got admitted! It's too much fun trolling PG. He's like Trump....say something that casts Guelph in poor light and he will respond....such a sucker.
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Never A Doubt
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« Reply #687 on: Sat, 11-Aug-18 @ 08:29:19PM »
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JP had to clean up some course work before being admitted but he is in and in camp. The last piece of the puzzle for 2018. An amazing running back who is very motivated and should push for RoY honours. Makes Guelph a solid choice for 2nd place behind Western.
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Legend in own mind
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« Reply #688 on: Sat, 11-Aug-18 @ 09:05:22PM »
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Surprised JP got admitted! It's too much fun trolling PG. He's like Trump....say something that casts Guelph in poor light and he will respond....such a sucker.

I don't recall PG responding to a single one of your troll attempts regarding JP.

And what a shame you repeatedly call into question a student athlete's  academic abilities to serve some petty jealousy of yours.
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Fear The Herd
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« Reply #689 on: Sun, 12-Aug-18 @ 08:28:38AM »
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Hope the Guelph guys gave PG one of those white and black spotted 'Fear the Herd' Tshirts' that the oline guys are wearing so he doesn't feel left out.
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Chinese clothers
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« Reply #690 on: Sun, 12-Aug-18 @ 09:06:24AM »
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It says
Fear the Terd

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Yankee Doodle
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« Reply #691 on: Sun, 12-Aug-18 @ 10:06:04AM »
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Acc. to their social media Saskatchewan Roughriders management was in Guelph to check out the Gryphons "virtual reality lab". Is this the same VR system developed at Stanford and now used by NFL teams?
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Reality idiots
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« Reply #692 on: Sun, 12-Aug-18 @ 10:51:10AM »
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Acc. to their social media Saskatchewan Roughriders management was in Guelph to check out the Gryphons "virtual reality lab". Is this the same VR system developed at Stanford and now used by NFL teams?

Virtual reality all right. They can see into their future as it says they are irrelevant and a flop once again this year.
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same who released Carter
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« Reply #693 on: Sun, 12-Aug-18 @ 01:38:27PM »
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Acc. to their social media Saskatchewan Roughriders management was in Guelph to check out the Gryphons "virtual reality lab". Is this the same VR system developed at Stanford and now used by NFL teams?

Virtual reality all right. They can see into their future as it says they are irrelevant and a flop once again this year.

Same Roughriders who just released Carter? The same brain trust...who got nothing buy releasing Carter?

So it's confirmed Guelph attracts same....idiots attract idiots.

Guelph goes nowhere this year, get schooled by Laval next week and the rats start jumping ship, Guelph implodes by week 3.
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NFL uses it
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« Reply #694 on: Sun, 12-Aug-18 @ 03:54:28PM »
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Acc. to their social media Saskatchewan Roughriders management was in Guelph to check out the Gryphons "virtual reality lab". Is this the same VR system developed at Stanford and now used by NFL teams?

Virtual reality all right. They can see into their future as it says they are irrelevant and a flop once again this year.

Same Roughriders who just released Carter? The same brain trust...who got nothing buy releasing Carter?

So it's confirmed Guelph attracts same....idiots attract idiots.

Guelph goes nowhere this year, get schooled by Laval next week and the rats start jumping ship, Guelph implodes by week 3.

Yep, those same ones who won a Grey Cup in Edmonton.

Most NFL teams are now using virtual reality for coaching quarterbacks.
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money talks
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« Reply #695 on: Sun, 12-Aug-18 @ 04:51:16PM »
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I'd ask how many CIS teams have it but I know only gUelph can afford it lol #moneybags #everythingrecruitsdreamof
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Simulator
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« Reply #696 on: Sun, 12-Aug-18 @ 05:18:13PM »
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Acc. to their social media Saskatchewan Roughriders management was in Guelph to check out the Gryphons "virtual reality lab". Is this the same VR system developed at Stanford and now used by NFL teams?

Virtual reality all right. They can see into their future as it says they are irrelevant and a flop once again this year.

Same Roughriders who just released Carter? The same brain trust...who got nothing buy releasing Carter?

So it's confirmed Guelph attracts same....idiots attract idiots.

Guelph goes nowhere this year, get schooled by Laval next week and the rats start jumping ship, Guelph implodes by week 3.

Yep, those same ones who won a Grey Cup in Edmonton.

Most NFL teams are now using virtual reality for coaching quarterbacks.


Western has there own VR system, its called Will Finch simulator.
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Dreamer402
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« Reply #697 on: Sun, 12-Aug-18 @ 06:26:29PM »
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All this sounds like a Supertramp song....Dreamer, nothing but a dreamer...put your hands on your head.
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Gryphons 3D System
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« Reply #698 on: Mon, 13-Aug-18 @ 06:36:47AM »
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The virtual augmented 3D, 360 degree football tool for coaching QBs help track pass patterns run earlier in practices or games and allows QBs to study a personalized version of a play when wearing the vertical reality head set. They can view a play from a bunch of different angles to see who was open and how they did so and can study the coverages as a play develops from different angles. It essentially allows the  QBs to practice without being on the field there by giving them mental reps from all angles. You can add more head sets to the system so all the QBs can use them. 1 hour of VAR time equates to about 90 to 100 reps. The system, though costly, is portable so can be used during practice breaks, at half time of a game, and if allowed during the game, etc. NFL teams are using the technology now as are most of the top NCAA programs. Only Guelph has it up here as per Stu Lang who purchased it for Guelph. It should give the Guelph QBs a big edge in preparing and executing their offence.
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Lacking talent at QB
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« Reply #699 on: Mon, 13-Aug-18 @ 10:06:03AM »
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The virtual augmented 3D, 360 degree football tool for coaching QBs help track pass patterns run earlier in practices or games and allows QBs to study a personalized version of a play when wearing the vertical reality head set. They can view a play from a bunch of different angles to see who was open and how they did so and can study the coverages as a play develops from different angles. It essentially allows the  QBs to practice without being on the field there by giving them mental reps from all angles. You can add more head sets to the system so all the QBs can use them. 1 hour of VAR time equates to about 90 to 100 reps. The system, though costly, is portable so can be used during practice breaks, at half time of a game, and if allowed during the game, etc. NFL teams are using the technology now as are most of the top NCAA programs. Only Guelph has it up here as per Stu Lang who purchased it for Guelph. It should give the Guelph QBs a big edge in preparing and executing their offence.

Not sure how this system can be beneficial to Guelph at the moment, when their Quarterbacks are second rate.  Won't do them much good if talent is lacking.  
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