You don’t always get what you want.

This Red & Black piece comparing Demetris Robertson and Lawrence Cager is a good reminder of the old saying that, as the article puts it, “(p)ast performances aren’t always accurate indicators of future performance.”

Cager being a contributor this season would certainly be a boon, but after a year of getting acclimated to the program it’s time for Robertson to step up, too.  Expectations are nice, but they don’t win you any games.

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3 responses to “You don’t always get what you want.

  1. W Cobb Dawg

    Considering we had 3 WRs to replace, 4 if you count Stanley, having transfers DRob and Cager isn’t a bad situation to be in at all. This is definitely reloading, not rebuilding.

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  2. ASEF

    The real question: which one can better Impose Their Will by planting a safety so Swift can turn in the jets?

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  3. J-Dawg

    DRob knows he “has” to step it up this year. Being a star in the PAC-12 won’t buy you lunch in the SEC.

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