Comments (11)

  1. Homer says:

    Never a good thing to have question marks up the middle of the defense.

  2. Go Hawks says:

    I know Harris and Reyes are getting some NFL interest but what about Norberg? Guy is a physical freak, runs really well, and is athletic. Seems to have all the measurables to be a NFL fullback/hback special teams guy.

    Him coming down hill with the Manitoba Moose or the Fargo Freight Train behind him is a scary thing for big sky linebackers.

  3. Tom says:

    Who is Hayden blubaugh? Tobin seems like a lock to start from what I saw. Athletic enough to get to the second level. Wouldn’t mind seeing Austin cieslak getting a look at offensive guard if no one else steps up…

    1. oskie says:

      Incoming freshman corner from Colorado.

      Tobin is far from a lock to start. Playing OL is pretty hard in UND’s offense. Lot of checks and blocking packages to learn, all based on the defensive front.

  4. Teeder11 says:

    “They need Dijon Murray to stay healthy and finally get out on the field after being on campus now for over a year.”

    Ha Ha. Someone who watches the program closely once told me that Murray has the “Lance Armstrong Award” all but wrapped up for his performance on the exercise bike the last several months. Would love to see him actually out on the field (or even the practice field) instead of eating up scholly money.

  5. 73hog says:

    You mentioned 6 candidates for OT. No mention of Matt Cox who was starting until getting hurt. Will he be 100% to compete for a spot by fall? He didn’t really tear it up when he started, but just curious. Also, heard some good things about a young LB, Vogel. Is he in the mix at all come fall?

    1. oskie says:

      Forgot to add Cox in there, will make the change. Was going off the active players. He will definitely be in the Top 4.

  6. Bulldoze says:

    If Cox starts at OT we will be in trouble. He can’t hang on the edge. That was clear last year.

    1. oskie says:

      I wouldn’t go that far. He was playing alright before he got hurt. That was his first starting experience and it was vs. some pretty good teams, also.
      Cox is cut out of the O’Brien mold. Quiet, hard-working, loves the game and a leader. He will be fine.

  7. Chuck says:

    Good report guys! I always love the news.

  8. MoSiouxFan says:

    Any truth to the rumor floating around that Elijah’s coming back?

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