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      pumph got a reaction from vollmagnet in Los Angeles Times (Chargers)   

      Bolts Powerless to Stop 'Skins, Lose 40-13

      Swift Harassed by Skins, Sacked Five Times
    2. Like
      pumph got a reaction from paperllamasunited in [2021] Week #13 - MNF   
      We've seen plenty of Coles on the field.  Just usually, he's laying motionless, or in the fetal position, holding the sides of his helmet.
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      pumph reacted to joedchi in [2021] Week 14 SOS and RPI   
       
      Washington?
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      pumph got a reaction from bingo415 in [2021] Denver Broncos Turn Again to Familiar Face at Head Coach   
      Champ Kind, KVWN, Channel 4
      Any truth to the rumors that you're going to let the Chargers win this week because you want to make sure that they don't get the #1 pick?
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      pumph got a reaction from Jieret in [2021] Seattle Seahawks announce new owner and GM, coaching search   
      There is nothing like the feeling of getting hired to lead your favorite team.  Congrats, Jieret.  Your work is cut out for you, but you are the right man for the job.
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      pumph got a reaction from TazerMan in Signing Days: Cody Sharpe, WR (SDSU)   
      Cody Sharpe brings an athletic frame and good work ethic with him to San Diego.  At 6'1" 212 pounds, he is a physical receiver.  The coaching staff at San Diego State is delighted to add him to the team.  With a developing passing attack, led by David Edmondson, it is anticipated that Cody will slot into the #2 receiver role early in his career, alongside Zion Payton, and eventually grow into the primary role.
       
      Cody is someone that the Aztec staff has followed since he burst onto the scene as a high school sophomore with a 14-catch, 4-touchdown performance in the California state quarterfinals.  He has shown a propensity for route running and use of his well-developed body to shield defenders from the incoming ball.  He is a willing blocker in the run game and has reasonably sound hands.
       
      Hailing from Napa, one would have thought that teams like Stanford or Cal would have been hot after Sharpe's services, but it was the Aztecs who targeted him from the start of the process and got an early commitment from the prospect.  While it may seem rare for a pro hopeful to shun larger programs and sign with the Aztecs, a major selling point for Sharpe and his family was knowing that Coach Pumph is dedicated to staying with the team long-term, and has been steadily bringing in quality talent to the program.  With so many other coaches changing seats so often, the stability at San Diego State has been more than inviting to recruits and their families.  Sharpe will not be the only blue chip recruit to choose the Aztecs for this reason.
       
      Another factor that Sharpe admitted was part of his decision-making process was the opportunity to catch passes from Edmondson.  The Sophomore quarterback has been proving that he could one day be a first day draft pick in the NFLHC, and the chance to work together appealed to the 17-year old Sharpe.
       
      "Growing up, my Dad was a big fan of John Elway, and followed his career at Stanford and then the pros", said Sharpe, "He was telling me that Edmondson reminded him of Elway, and that if I had the chance to play with a quarterback like that, that I should take it.  When I took my official visit, I knew that San Diego was the place for me.  The coaching staff is great, talks to players with respect, and the weather is even better than at home.  It's just beautiful here."
       
      Sharpe will enroll early next spring so that he may practice with the team.  He plans on studying Criminal Justice, with a Communications minor.
    7. Like
      pumph got a reaction from Jieret in [2021] Seattle Seahawks announce new owner and GM, coaching search   
      There is nothing like the feeling of getting hired to lead your favorite team.  Congrats, Jieret.  Your work is cut out for you, but you are the right man for the job.
    8. Like
      pumph got a reaction from TazerMan in Signing Days: Cody Sharpe, WR (SDSU)   
      Cody Sharpe brings an athletic frame and good work ethic with him to San Diego.  At 6'1" 212 pounds, he is a physical receiver.  The coaching staff at San Diego State is delighted to add him to the team.  With a developing passing attack, led by David Edmondson, it is anticipated that Cody will slot into the #2 receiver role early in his career, alongside Zion Payton, and eventually grow into the primary role.
       
      Cody is someone that the Aztec staff has followed since he burst onto the scene as a high school sophomore with a 14-catch, 4-touchdown performance in the California state quarterfinals.  He has shown a propensity for route running and use of his well-developed body to shield defenders from the incoming ball.  He is a willing blocker in the run game and has reasonably sound hands.
       
      Hailing from Napa, one would have thought that teams like Stanford or Cal would have been hot after Sharpe's services, but it was the Aztecs who targeted him from the start of the process and got an early commitment from the prospect.  While it may seem rare for a pro hopeful to shun larger programs and sign with the Aztecs, a major selling point for Sharpe and his family was knowing that Coach Pumph is dedicated to staying with the team long-term, and has been steadily bringing in quality talent to the program.  With so many other coaches changing seats so often, the stability at San Diego State has been more than inviting to recruits and their families.  Sharpe will not be the only blue chip recruit to choose the Aztecs for this reason.
       
      Another factor that Sharpe admitted was part of his decision-making process was the opportunity to catch passes from Edmondson.  The Sophomore quarterback has been proving that he could one day be a first day draft pick in the NFLHC, and the chance to work together appealed to the 17-year old Sharpe.
       
      "Growing up, my Dad was a big fan of John Elway, and followed his career at Stanford and then the pros", said Sharpe, "He was telling me that Edmondson reminded him of Elway, and that if I had the chance to play with a quarterback like that, that I should take it.  When I took my official visit, I knew that San Diego was the place for me.  The coaching staff is great, talks to players with respect, and the weather is even better than at home.  It's just beautiful here."
       
      Sharpe will enroll early next spring so that he may practice with the team.  He plans on studying Criminal Justice, with a Communications minor.
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      pumph got a reaction from ZackTyzwyz in [2021] Week #13 - Saturday Afternoon   
      Yes, GG.
       
      Was really expecting a big letdown after last week, but my boys did me proud.  Huge win for me.  Probably bigger than last week's, in that it puts me ahead of you and into a solid 4th in the conference, overall this year.
    10. Haha
      pumph got a reaction from Darman in For those of us who played in high school, what position(s) were you?   
      Just monitoring this thread to see who has the highest degree of CTE, so I can more carefully pick my trade partners.
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      pumph got a reaction from TazerMan in Signing Days: Cody Sharpe, WR (SDSU)   
      Cody Sharpe brings an athletic frame and good work ethic with him to San Diego.  At 6'1" 212 pounds, he is a physical receiver.  The coaching staff at San Diego State is delighted to add him to the team.  With a developing passing attack, led by David Edmondson, it is anticipated that Cody will slot into the #2 receiver role early in his career, alongside Zion Payton, and eventually grow into the primary role.
       
      Cody is someone that the Aztec staff has followed since he burst onto the scene as a high school sophomore with a 14-catch, 4-touchdown performance in the California state quarterfinals.  He has shown a propensity for route running and use of his well-developed body to shield defenders from the incoming ball.  He is a willing blocker in the run game and has reasonably sound hands.
       
      Hailing from Napa, one would have thought that teams like Stanford or Cal would have been hot after Sharpe's services, but it was the Aztecs who targeted him from the start of the process and got an early commitment from the prospect.  While it may seem rare for a pro hopeful to shun larger programs and sign with the Aztecs, a major selling point for Sharpe and his family was knowing that Coach Pumph is dedicated to staying with the team long-term, and has been steadily bringing in quality talent to the program.  With so many other coaches changing seats so often, the stability at San Diego State has been more than inviting to recruits and their families.  Sharpe will not be the only blue chip recruit to choose the Aztecs for this reason.
       
      Another factor that Sharpe admitted was part of his decision-making process was the opportunity to catch passes from Edmondson.  The Sophomore quarterback has been proving that he could one day be a first day draft pick in the NFLHC, and the chance to work together appealed to the 17-year old Sharpe.
       
      "Growing up, my Dad was a big fan of John Elway, and followed his career at Stanford and then the pros", said Sharpe, "He was telling me that Edmondson reminded him of Elway, and that if I had the chance to play with a quarterback like that, that I should take it.  When I took my official visit, I knew that San Diego was the place for me.  The coaching staff is great, talks to players with respect, and the weather is even better than at home.  It's just beautiful here."
       
      Sharpe will enroll early next spring so that he may practice with the team.  He plans on studying Criminal Justice, with a Communications minor.
    12. Haha
      pumph got a reaction from Darman in For those of us who played in high school, what position(s) were you?   
      Just monitoring this thread to see who has the highest degree of CTE, so I can more carefully pick my trade partners.
    13. Haha
      pumph got a reaction from Darman in For those of us who played in high school, what position(s) were you?   
      Just monitoring this thread to see who has the highest degree of CTE, so I can more carefully pick my trade partners.
    14. Haha
      pumph got a reaction from Darman in For those of us who played in high school, what position(s) were you?   
      Just monitoring this thread to see who has the highest degree of CTE, so I can more carefully pick my trade partners.
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      pumph got a reaction from Weeze56m in For those of us who played in high school, what position(s) were you?   
       
      Sounds familiar to me.  I was a baseball player in high school.  Turned down the offer by two different teams to get drafted and enter the minors, and turned down a scholarship to play for Maryland because I wanted to stay closer to home because of my girlfriend.  Mind you, College Park was only about an hour away.  I went to UMBC instead, which was about 25 minutes away.
       
      In my defense, she did look like and often get mistaken for Jennifer Love Hewitt, and we dated for 5 years.
    16. Haha
      pumph got a reaction from Darman in For those of us who played in high school, what position(s) were you?   
      Just monitoring this thread to see who has the highest degree of CTE, so I can more carefully pick my trade partners.
    17. Haha
      pumph got a reaction from Darman in For those of us who played in high school, what position(s) were you?   
      Just monitoring this thread to see who has the highest degree of CTE, so I can more carefully pick my trade partners.
    18. Haha
      pumph got a reaction from Darman in For those of us who played in high school, what position(s) were you?   
      Just monitoring this thread to see who has the highest degree of CTE, so I can more carefully pick my trade partners.
    19. Haha
      pumph got a reaction from Darman in For those of us who played in high school, what position(s) were you?   
      Just monitoring this thread to see who has the highest degree of CTE, so I can more carefully pick my trade partners.
    20. Haha
      pumph got a reaction from Darman in For those of us who played in high school, what position(s) were you?   
      Just monitoring this thread to see who has the highest degree of CTE, so I can more carefully pick my trade partners.
    21. Haha
      pumph got a reaction from Darman in For those of us who played in high school, what position(s) were you?   
      Just monitoring this thread to see who has the highest degree of CTE, so I can more carefully pick my trade partners.
    22. Haha
      pumph got a reaction from Darman in For those of us who played in high school, what position(s) were you?   
      Just monitoring this thread to see who has the highest degree of CTE, so I can more carefully pick my trade partners.
    23. Like
      pumph got a reaction from TazerMan in Signing Days: Cody Sharpe, WR (SDSU)   
      Cody Sharpe brings an athletic frame and good work ethic with him to San Diego.  At 6'1" 212 pounds, he is a physical receiver.  The coaching staff at San Diego State is delighted to add him to the team.  With a developing passing attack, led by David Edmondson, it is anticipated that Cody will slot into the #2 receiver role early in his career, alongside Zion Payton, and eventually grow into the primary role.
       
      Cody is someone that the Aztec staff has followed since he burst onto the scene as a high school sophomore with a 14-catch, 4-touchdown performance in the California state quarterfinals.  He has shown a propensity for route running and use of his well-developed body to shield defenders from the incoming ball.  He is a willing blocker in the run game and has reasonably sound hands.
       
      Hailing from Napa, one would have thought that teams like Stanford or Cal would have been hot after Sharpe's services, but it was the Aztecs who targeted him from the start of the process and got an early commitment from the prospect.  While it may seem rare for a pro hopeful to shun larger programs and sign with the Aztecs, a major selling point for Sharpe and his family was knowing that Coach Pumph is dedicated to staying with the team long-term, and has been steadily bringing in quality talent to the program.  With so many other coaches changing seats so often, the stability at San Diego State has been more than inviting to recruits and their families.  Sharpe will not be the only blue chip recruit to choose the Aztecs for this reason.
       
      Another factor that Sharpe admitted was part of his decision-making process was the opportunity to catch passes from Edmondson.  The Sophomore quarterback has been proving that he could one day be a first day draft pick in the NFLHC, and the chance to work together appealed to the 17-year old Sharpe.
       
      "Growing up, my Dad was a big fan of John Elway, and followed his career at Stanford and then the pros", said Sharpe, "He was telling me that Edmondson reminded him of Elway, and that if I had the chance to play with a quarterback like that, that I should take it.  When I took my official visit, I knew that San Diego was the place for me.  The coaching staff is great, talks to players with respect, and the weather is even better than at home.  It's just beautiful here."
       
      Sharpe will enroll early next spring so that he may practice with the team.  He plans on studying Criminal Justice, with a Communications minor.
    24. Haha
      pumph got a reaction from Darman in For those of us who played in high school, what position(s) were you?   
      Just monitoring this thread to see who has the highest degree of CTE, so I can more carefully pick my trade partners.
    25. Haha
      pumph got a reaction from Darman in For those of us who played in high school, what position(s) were you?   
      Just monitoring this thread to see who has the highest degree of CTE, so I can more carefully pick my trade partners.
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