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***Therezie said he feels like it's his job to lose and that the coaches can depend on him.
***Therezie said he loves the new defense.
***Therezie said the Captain practices helped a lot this summer and they know the defense much better this fall.
***Therezie said he's worked hard on his backpedal and man coverage skills this summer and he's really doing well in coverage drills this fall.
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JMO but I think tbell would be a better nickel corner, but therezie is a better outside corner. Tbell best plays happened when he is in the nickel being used sort of like how lsu uses matheu. Therezie is much faster and much more physical than tbell, but both are about the same in coverage. RT has the potential to be an all american corner if he keeps putting in the work. He Is fast and physical, but he said he is working on the things that will make him an all american, which is the man on man, one on one coverage skills. Him and chris davis will make one helluva corner tandem. Both can come up and make the big hit on screens and sweeps, but can also cover one on one. Tbell is one our best db's, but I think he is better suited at the nickel spot, but he can most definitely play the outside corner position IF NEEDED. But therezie's potential is untapped, and I personally think he has a big year this year. But maybe I'm just a big therezie fan anyway.
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They could use his experience back there. Robinson seems to be more talented, but he is still unproven.
Huddles are for rookies.
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