“He does weigh a lot. That obviously helps.”

Here’s hoping that Quayvon Hicks turns out to be more than the Cornelius Washington of the fullback corps – you know, the Greek god with all the physical attributes who never quite figures out how to put it all together on a consistent basis when he’s on the field.

If nothing else, I’d love to see Hicks trucking out of one of my favorite plays.  Let’s do it, big guy.

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7 responses to ““He does weigh a lot. That obviously helps.”

  1. SemperFiDawg

    I’m game for anything or anyone that can slow down Clowney.

  2. Cojones

    Excuse me, Senator, but now you’re trolling with candy. You’re not even waiting for Spring Game.

    Note to fans: picture thousands of Bullpups, slobbering and gnawing at each other while playing on a large lawn, suddenly being transfixed at the sound of “Doof” (our dogs’ name for “Food”) and rushing pell-mell over each other at the sight of a great hugh horsemeat chateaubriand held high that’s actually porn that puppies don’t recognize. There oughta be a law!

    Immediately after running a 344-Fullback is a screen right with Hicks again the recipient and blockers in front. If a Big’un on D gets to him he can still get five more yds carrying him on his shoulders. And then a fake into the line followed by …………..

    • Cojones

      There is a full page photo of a great UGA Fullback on the front cover or in the article of SI back in the late 60s. The camera angle is directly in front of Brad Johnson carrying the ball within inches of the ground, plowing straight ahead. Upon close examination, you could see blood on the ball in his grasp.

      “Three Yards and a Cloud of Dust” – them were the days of the Fullback.

  3. Dog in Fla

    “He does weigh a lot” but he’s no Motel 6

  4. Jim

    Washington played as a 4-3 DE, then a 3-4 OLB and finally as a 3-4 DE. He never truly got a chance to develop at a position due to the fact he was at a different spot every year. Hicks will be a beast when all is said and done.