Brute

Here’s something you don’t see every day out of your tailbacks:

Let’s see what he can do on the blitz pickup.

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UPDATE:  More details on Chubb here.

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22 responses to “Brute

  1. simpl_matter

    This is as good as dawg porn, can’t wait to see him stiff arm some people!

  2. 3rdandGrantham

    Not bad…I’m curious if he uses the glide or spin technique. My older brother was either a 2 or 3 time Georgia HS shot put champ back in the day (I believe his record throw was around 63 ft.) To this day I vividly remember going to his meets as a younger kid, in which at some local/regional ones he was the clear favorite, and he’d actually throw a collegiate 16 lb shot and still easily win against everyone else throwing the 12 lb shot.

    Shot putters almost universally are good dudes, though obviously they can be physically intimidating.

    • Normaltown Mike

      glide. the update has vid of it.

      my brother throws too. PR was over 70′ with the 12lb (though it wasn’t a GHSA meet). He was at his peak then. Still throws but he doesn’t train like he did then.

      • 3rdandGrantham

        Actually I just looked up his record…64 ft. was his collegiate PR, not HS, and he was an alternate on the ’96 Olympic team (I think he missed 3rd place by less than a foot, if memory serves me correctly.)

      • Mayor

        Yeah, he uses glide, although I thought that everybody had switched to spin a few years ago as spin was supposed to get more distance.

  3. Rival

    Did he go for two on the last touchdown or just miss the extra point?

  4. Normaltown Mike

    He’d probably throw longer if he did the spin vs. the glide.

    • 3rdandGrantham

      I wasn’t aware that he was a glider. No doubt the spin is superior but it can be very tough to learn, and for some they can never master it (throw as far/farther than the glide) regardless of training/coaching. Hence they have a lower overall ceiling as far as potential.

  5. JAX

    I don’t care if he spins, glides, or flies, the guy is a great athlete.

  6. Derek

    He also:

    long jumped 22-4
    ran 100 meters in 10.69 and
    ran 200 meters in 21.8

    all school records.

  7. uglydawg

    He’d make a great defensive end. Qwickness and speed plus tremendous strength and athleticism….Dawg Porn indeed!

  8. uglydawg

    “Qwickness”? Before you accuse, I know it’s wrong and no, I didn’t go to Tennessee.

    • Cojones

      Now ask how many didn’t notice when reading through. Seems natural spelled that way and when communications are open and breezing. And he seems fast enough to match Gurley’s second gear. What a hoot!

      Now everyone who uses Autocorrect please raise your paw. Thought so. You are a good and honest bunch of Dawgs.

  9. 81Dog

    A long time ago, SWD had a running back named Gregory Graves who was an awesome TB as well as a track star in the discus and shot. He went to Tennessee and disappeared.

    Daniel Buggs of Avondale placed in the 100, shot and long jump before a career as a WR with the Redskins out of W Virginia. Wasnt Herschel a field guy in HS, too?

  10. Shane M. Geeter

    In the 1970s we recruited a kid from Rome named Kennebrew who won state championships in both the 100 yard (it was yards, not meters, then) and the shot put. He never enrolled, but made it the NFL.

  11. Bulldog Joe

    Does Bobo call the halfback pass this year?

  12. Nashville West

    Seems like there was this kid awhile back who won state in the shot and the 100. I think his name was Walker…wonder what ever became of him??

  13. Cojones

    Let me know Chubb’s time in the bobsled run. Martial arts will be taught to our team so we’ll be able to begin to make another comparison before Christmas.