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Lee had a good day 13-16 265 yrds 2 TD's including a 59 yard bomb.


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Sun Nov 04, 2012 10:30 am

tpstulane wrote:Lee had a good day 13-16 265 yrds 2 TD's including a 59 yard bomb.
Damn! Why the hell didn't they throw the ball more?
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AugWave wrote:
tpstulane wrote:Lee had a good day 13-16 265 yrds 2 TD's including a 59 yard bomb.
Damn! Why the hell didn't they throw the ball more?
I heard they had some fumbles and didn't have the ball that much during the game.
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tpstulane wrote:
AugWave wrote:
tpstulane wrote:Lee had a good day 13-16 265 yrds 2 TD's including a 59 yard bomb.
Damn! Why the hell didn't they throw the ball more?
I heard they had some fumbles and didn't have the ball that much during the game.
Yep, Jesuit has trouble getting off the field on defense and they fumbled at least twice.
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Mon Nov 05, 2012 9:24 am

Damn..
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Mon Nov 05, 2012 9:54 am

this is in response to the "inside information" regarding Tanner Lee ignoring anyones calls and that he has been contacted by Stanford. You need to check your source, family or not because it is not true. Tanner Lee would not ignore anyone, ask his coaches or anyone who knows him. I am sure Tanner appreciates your comments on his future at Tulane and kind words regarding his abilities but from someone with true inside knowledge from Jesuit, he has not been contacted but the Coaches mentioned.
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Mon Nov 05, 2012 12:00 pm

These are the stats for Tanner Lee from the West Jeff Game.......13-27 270 yds 2 Tds.....also fumbled once when he was sacked. Pretty much was under pressure all night....do not know where the 13-16 passes attempts and completions were from..
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Mon Nov 05, 2012 12:03 pm

billow wrote:..do not know where the 13-16 passes attempts and completions were from..
by Hank Brandy covering the game.
http://highschoolsports.nola.com/news/a ... blue-jays/
With their next opportunity, Lee, who finished 13-of-16 for 265 yards and two touchdowns, hit wide receiver Mitchell Alexander....
....Lee found Mitchell Alexander for a 59-yard touchdown pass that made the score 14-7.
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Mon Nov 05, 2012 3:03 pm

This is where I found my game recap.....who knows.....


http://www.sportsnola.com/sports/prep-s ... 24-17.html
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http://lsu.247sports.com/Article/Louisi ... ders-98994
Louisiana Passing Leaders all classes:
Stat leaders through 9 weeks regular season as submitted by local newspapers from across the state.
2,705, Dakota Duron, Evangel, 180-258-8 29 TDS
2,585, Daniel Fitzwater, Calvary, 174-253-6 26 TDs
2,492, Brandon Bergeron, S.T.More, 174-241-9, 25 TDs
2,472, Kennon Fontenot, Barbe, 154-228-7, 24 TDs
2,244, Dustin Creppel, Ellender, 149-256-15, 27 TDs
2,242, Hayden Hildebrand, Airline, 141-228-5 22 TDs
2,140, Trey Hills, Zachary, 146-230-9, 22 TDs
2,135, Jason Jones, New Iberia, 142-222-6, 18 TDs
2,108, Omari Jones, McMain, 134-232-3, 30 TDs (2014)
2,095, Joe Lissard, Catholic-NI, 157-265-6, 22 TDs
2,067, Jabiari Tyler, Newman, 165-227-6, 29 TDs (2015)
1,995, Kevin Bourgeois, PC Central, 95-204-6
1,954, Kale Breaux, Sulphur, 144-220-7, 16 TDs
1,868, Deuce Wallace, Riverside, 146-234-8, 20 TDs
1,785, Tanner Lee, Jesuit, 85-149-1, 22 TD
1,765, Jaetarius Davis, Bastrop, 92-150, 22 TDs
1,760, Jerrick Peterson, Northwood 133-235-5 21 TDs
1,728, Brett Courville, Central, 105-176-5, 10 TDs
1,710, Chavin Gougis Jr., West Jefferson, 103-196-6, 15 TDs
1,638, Denzel Johnson, Patterson, 121-203-8, 18 TDs
1,638, Jerrick Peterson, Northwood, 126-224-5 18 TDs

Single game leaders:
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552, Tanner Lee, Jesuit, 23-32-0, 7 TDs vs. Shaw, Sept. 15
509, Dakota Duron, Evangel vs. Barbe , 24-37-1, 4 TDs, Sept. 14
503, Quentin Gibson, 32-48-1, 7 TDs vs. Jesuit, Sept. 15 (2014)
490, Omari Jones, McMain, 27-42-1, 6 TDs vs. Pearl River, Oct. 19 (2014)
457, Jabiari Tyler, Newman, 32-41-1, 6 TDs vs. Carver, Sept. 28 (2014)
417, Kennon Fontenot, Barbe, 24-38-2, 3 TDs, vs. Acadiana, Oct. 5
415, Kennon Fontenot, Barbe, 20-30-3, 5 TDs, vs. Evangel Christian, Sept. 14
412, Kennon Fontenot, Barbe, 25-36-1, 3 TDs, vs. St. Thomas More, Sept. 28
408, Kevin Bourgeois, Pointe Coupee Central, 12-34-1, 4 TDs vs. Sacred Heart-Ville Platte, Oct. 19
408, Dustin Creppel, Ellender, 17-26-1, 6 TDs vs. Albany, Sept. 20
403, Kendell Beckwith, East Feliciana, 25-35-0, 5 TDs vs. Zachary on Sept. 14 (2014)
401, Daniel Fitzwater, Calvary, 25-35-0 2 TDs vs. Teurlings. Sept. 21,
396, Dustin Creppel, Ellender, 15-25-0, 5 TDs, vs. West St. Mary on Sept. 14
391, Jerrick Peterson, Northwood, 25-36-0 3 TDs vs. North Webster, Sept. 7
388, Kale Breaux, Sulphur, 16-22-1, 3 TDs, vs. Lafayette, Oct. 5
380, Kevin Bourgeois, PC Central, 19-42-1, 1 TD vs. Catholic-PC, Oct. 26
367, Louis Sansovich, Albany, 27-41-1, 3 TDs vs. Pine, Sept. 7
366, Joe Lissard, Catholic-NI, 20-32-1, 5 TDs vs. North Vermilion, Sept. 14
365, Brandon Bergeron, S.T. More, 16-28-1, 2 TDs vs Barbe, Sept. 28
364, Kevin Bourgeois, P.C. Central, 18-44-3, 4 TDs vs. Westminster, Sept. 28
355, Chavin Gougis Jr., West Jefferson, 12-21-0, 3 TDs vs. Brother Martin, Oct. 5
355, Reggie Williams, Bolton High, 11-25-2, 2TD vs. Tioga, Oct. 12
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Mon Nov 05, 2012 10:43 pm

Wish that completion percentage was a bit higher.
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Mon Nov 05, 2012 10:50 pm

tnelly15 wrote:Wish that completion percentage was a bit higher.
I've seen about 3-4 of his games this year, tons of dropped passes.
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Mon Nov 05, 2012 11:18 pm

Yeah, I figured as much.
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Tue Nov 06, 2012 10:02 am

We play them next for the playoffs. revenge incoming!
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Thu Feb 07, 2013 2:30 pm

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=q8DUDIqmg50

This guy isn't ready start at the college level. He looks like he is 12 years old. Get in the weight room and grow some facial hair. See you in a few years.
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Thu Feb 07, 2013 4:59 pm

This guy isn't ready start at the college level
Well he did just finish his 1st year as a starter in HS so yea I'd say you're right. And lucky for us he doesnt have to start right now.
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Thu Feb 07, 2013 5:07 pm

No s*** Jersey. He's gonna be a freshman. He's not the golden child, he's a great prospect. Get some nice grooming and he could be a great QB.
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Thu Feb 07, 2013 5:08 pm

Normally I'd be the 1st to take shots at a Jesuit kid, :P but I'll wait to see him play a down.
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AugWave wrote:No s*** Jersey. He's gonna be a freshman.
Possibly even a RS-FR. That's why some kid from Montana has basically been named starter for the next 2 years.
I would expect Powell named as backup and possibly Van Hooser the 3rd string in a pinch.

Check back in 3 years, JW.
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Thu Feb 07, 2013 7:01 pm

Not taking a shot at the kid. I hope he has a bright future at Tulane. Just a feeling, if he's starting in 2013 we are in trouble.
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Thu Feb 07, 2013 7:53 pm

As Augwave said, no shit. We have a guy who's been in the system 1 year and a guy who's been playing college football for two years and will be here for spring practice. Almost no chance Lee starts this year over those two. I'd expect him to redshirt.
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Thu Feb 07, 2013 8:59 pm

Shaun King started as true freshman. He went 0-8.
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Fri Feb 08, 2013 12:18 pm

As I have stated before, I feel that Powell brings more to the table than Lee. Lee needs to be redshirted. Montana will win the starting job this spring.
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Fri Feb 08, 2013 12:44 pm

Eaglewave wrote:As I have stated before, I feel that Powell brings more to the table than Lee. Lee needs to be redshirted. Montana will win the starting job this spring.
Lee will liekly be redshirted, because Powell can't be again. It just makes sense. But its hard for me to say that Powell brings more to the table than Lee, when Powell was such a deer in headlights last year. Lee could be worse than that if he had to played, but its hard to get worse than that.

Basically, if Montana goes down, we are ****'ed, and the season is a bust, so it doesn't matter.

That is why Montana was such a huge pickup. He has three years at the college/juco level. If he is just as good as Griffin was last year, we can go to a bowl this year.
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Fri Feb 08, 2013 1:24 pm

OUG wrote:
Eaglewave wrote:As I have stated before, I feel that Powell brings more to the table than Lee. Lee needs to be redshirted. Montana will win the starting job this spring.
Lee will liekly be redshirted, because Powell can't be again. It just makes sense. But its hard for me to say that Powell brings more to the table than Lee, when Powell was such a deer in headlights last year. Lee could be worse than that if he had to played, but its hard to get worse than that.

Basically, if Montana goes down, we are ****'ed, and the season is a bust, so it doesn't matter.

That is why Montana was such a huge pickup. He has three years at the college/juco level. If he is just as good as Griffin was last year, we can go to a bowl this year.
Powell has a cannon for an arm and his good on his feet. You can't judge him by being thrown into fire last season against Ole Miss. Powell has had time to understand the offense much better than last season. He showed in high school that he is very athletic and can make plays. CJ was high on him for a reason. I do agree with your views on Montana. He might even be better than Griffin. He plays just like him, but doesn't stare at his WR's like Griffin did.
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