Yesterday they signed R.J. Archer. Looks like Archer graduated in 2010 from William and Mary and has since been in the Arena League since getting cut from the Vikings as a rookie.
There are efforts to get the former Packer and Vandal into the Hall of Fame. I like the move from Kustra. There's no denying that Kramer was an amazing player with the Packers and has been a great citizen of Idaho. It's good of Kustra to take the high road during times like these as long as it doesn't lead to playing the Vandals in Moscow.
Well that was quick. Usually it takes a little longer for recruits to change their mind. Such is life at Boise State I guess. I would be surprised if the coaching staff extended another offer. They have been very good at not reinforcing decisions like this. Not that a kid can't change his mind, just that the staff expects him to put a little more thought into the initial decision and not take it so lightly.
It's full of caps locked phrases and perceived slights that he's proving wrong. Then he just finishes it off with an interesting pick. Did Phil Steele's intern write this?
Happy birthday to reader joebert. Are you a fan of Qbert or Bert and Ernie?