Wilton Speight had something to say about Pep Hamilton:
““It is what it is,” he said. “The same guy in 2016 and 2017, I didn’t change who I was. It was definitely a little bit different. That’s why I was able to get back to my ways in 2018 and let it rip.”
Speight’s version of “letting it rip” at UCLA was 60.6% completions, 7.3 YPA, 6 touchdowns, and 6 interceptions. Before he got hurt in 2017, he was at 54.6%, 7.2 YPA, 3 touchdowns, and 2 interceptions. Basically, the same numbers except a higher completion percentage at UCLA. Speight was bad for the final two years of his college career, and he’s attempting to throw his former coach under the bus. Add that to his whiny, woe-is-me attitude on Amazon Prime’s docuseries, and I think it’s pretty clear that he’s pretty incapable of looking at things objectively.
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Former Michigan running back Kevin Grady is in more trouble for drunk driving (LINK). In case you don’t remember him, he was a 5-star running back who ended up being a…an underachiever.
Ohio State-to-Miami transfer quarterback Tate Martell is eligible immediately (LINK). I have to imagine this pretty much opens the door for anyone to transfer and play immediately. His only good reason to transfer was for more playing time, and that was good enough for the NCAA.
Ted Nguyen looks at how Baker Mayfield and Odell Beckham, Jr. could be an elite combination with the Cleveland Browns (LINK).
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