Educational experience

I know Mayfield’s a cocky SOB, but you’ve got to like somebody who can poke fun at himself like that.

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22 responses to “Educational experience

  1. Salty Dawg

    I didn’t care much for Bake in 2017 and one of my favorite Rose Bowl pics is of him bending over with his hands on his knees after Sony scored the winning TD. I thought he was going to puke! LOL! Since he and Nick are teammates now, I like him somewhat better. He certainly appreciates Nick, and that makes him ok in my book.

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  2. TMCDAWG

    Rooming with Nick was the best thing to happen to Mayfield.

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  3. Pedro

    Watch last seasons hard knocks. It made me like him a lot more.

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  4. Dylan Dreyer's Booty

    Mayfield to me is a lot like Spurrier: pretty funny unless the Dawgs are the butt of the joke.

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  5. If Nick didn’t play for the Browns, I would hope they would lose every game, and the Douche Bag Frat Boy would get his brains beaten in.

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  6. TImberRidgeDawg

    That’s definitely a great line and good advice.

    He is cocky but on the other hand, he believes in himself and as far as I know he hasn’t hit any women or done anything to make you think he would be a bad teammate If he’s on your sideline.

    He’s good for the NFL.

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    • Greg

      Concur….just talented, cocky and sure of himself. He overcame a lot of odds in college and to get where he is today. More power to him.

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  7. HillDawg

    He’s like Spurrier in that he is nicer when his butts been kicked.

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  8. 81Dog

    To me, in some ways, Baker was a little like Pollock in his personality. I don’t think he did things for attention (the $Cam approach), I think he did things because he couldn’t NOT say/do/whatever. The keys to me are that his teammates loved him, nothing was ever given to him, and he never stopped grinding. Sure, I hated the whirlybird run up the OU sideline after his TD catch, but mostly what I thought after the Rose Bowl was “holy shit, that kid is really good.” He seems to have learned from his mistakes, he’s still grinding, and nobody is going to give him anything in the NFL. I’d rather have a kid like that on my team than a smug jackass like $Cam, for sure

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    • Greg

      Well put….he has definitely earned where he is today. Thinks some would change their opinion if he dressed in red & black.

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  9. ApalachDawg

    He is a dick

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  10. J-Dawg

    Agree about being a dick. He was an ass in college and he is an ass today regardless of the fact that he’s playing “with” Chubb and not against him.

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  11. Trbodawg

    Interesting conundrum. Is it better to be a big dick or a little bitty one?

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  12. Gurkha Dawg

    Come on guys. If he played for the red and black we would be loving the guy. Dude left everything on the field against us. I don’t disagree with most of what is said about him, but he has my respect.

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  13. heyberto

    I never got the hate for the guy. Well.. I didn’t after I paid more attention to him. Kid has a lot of heart, plays hard, competes hard… clearly a talented guy. His cockiness seemed to be born from his competitiveness and desire to win… not his raw talent. Basically, the opposite of Johnny Manzel. I like him and hope he and Chubb take Cleveland all the way.

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  14. Spike

    Who among us has not run from the cops in one way or another at some point in our lives? 🙂

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