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Alex Smith going pro

Discussion in 'Professional Football' started by OSUBasketballJunkie, Jan 3, 2005.

  1. OSUBasketballJunkie

    OSUBasketballJunkie Never Forget 31-0

    http://sports.espn.go.com/ncf/news/story?id=1958060


    One less heisman candidate for next year, bodes well for Teddy Ginn
     
  2. RugbyBuck

    RugbyBuck Our church has no bells.

    He's no thinner than Jake Plummer. He looks to me like a decent pro QB down the line.
     
  3. KevinBuck

    KevinBuck Gave up the ghost

    He wouldn't have been a Heisman candidate without Meyer anyway... He's got to make the move now, to capitalize on this season's fame, before everyone forgets about Utah next year.
     
  4. BB73

    BB73 Loves Buckeye History Staff Member Bookie '16 & '17 Upset Contest Winner

    He's smart to leave now. Utah wouldn't be as good next year, and he's already graduated (he did it in 2 years).

    He'd be an idiot to stay, and apparently he's not.
     
  5. AmeriBuck007

    AmeriBuck007 Honey, Frank the Tank is not coming back

    if he goes early second or late first i think the browns would be wise to take him if they stay at 3 or trade for 2 1st Rounders...

    he looked incredible in the fiesta bowl...
     
  6. MD Buckeye

    MD Buckeye BP Soft Verbal Staff Member BP Recruiting Team Bookie Former BPCFFB II Champ Former FF League III Champ

    ESPN - Niners QB Smith has broken shoulder, won't play this season - NFL
     
  7. NFBuck

    NFBuck Total Coverage.

    Maybe the Niners should've taken Aaron Rodgers afterall.
     
  8. jwinslow

    jwinslow A MAN OF BETRAYED JUSTICE Staff Member Tourney Pick'em Champ

    and Mario, and Cutler (despite the 'value pick' of Leinart)...
     
  9. Gatorubet

    Gatorubet Loathing All Things Georgia

    The 24 mil guaranteed cash deal he got as a number one pick will get him through the ordeal.
     
  10. Oneshot

    Oneshot Goes For Three

    Too bad.

    He does have a lot of talent - I truly believe this.

    But he got stuck in the craphole of a football team called the 49ers. Where careers go to die. Second only to Detroit.
     
  11. 3074326

    3074326 Urban Legend

    Being a Niner fan, I was never a big fan of Alex Smith. He never really did anything to prove that he was loaded with potential. He missed numerous throws in every game that I actually had the chance of watching, here in Ohio. Other QBs just flat out looked better than he did during his stay. Shaun Hill looked better, and in the preseason this year, JT O'Sullivan looked better. JT was usually playing against the opposing teams' better defense.

    I wish Alex a quick recovery, and hope he gets his career turned around. I do hope that SF gets a QB that gets the franchise headed in the right direction.. but I also hope we get a defensive line, better offensive line, and legit #1 receiver in the process.
     
  12. tibor75

    tibor75 Banned

    :slappy:
     
  13. The Man

    The Man The truth

    He may have a ton of talent, it just isn't as a NFL QB......
     
  14. Captain Hindsight

    Captain Hindsight The Hero of the Modern Age


    Yeah, O'Sullivan has looked very solid thus far.
     
  15. Jake

    Jake De omnibus dubitandum ‘17 The Deuce Champ '18 The Deuce Champ Fantasy Baseball Champ

    I think we should change the name of this thread to "Alex Smith goes back to Utah to finish his degree" because his NFL career is over.
     

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