Time to play Rolling Stone reviewer. Quite the show last night at The Cuthbert featuring that former Beatle drummer and a bunch of his friends. My favorite part is the cast he brought along like Rick Derringer, Edgar Winter and a few other cats all had a couple of songs you'd like to hear and they delivered. I understand the "artist" mentality. They all like to play some of their newer or deeper material. In a setting like this, we want to hear the more familiar stuff and got exactly what the doctor ordered. Rock & Roll Hootchie Koo, Free Ride, Dreamweaver by Gary Wright and Ringo's "It Don't Come Easy" & "Photograph".
Was listening to an interview with Duck D-lineman Brandon Bair. The senior from St. Anthony, Idaho feels line coach Jerry Azzinaro has a terrific approach. Everyone has to be an in shape athlete and be ready to fill any role across the line. We know they're switching to a 3-4 scheme which means the 4 guys with experience in Bair, Zac Clark, Kenny Rowe and Terrell Turner suddenly equals depth. This will become a strength if any of the new guys like Ricky Heimuli or 6'7" former wide out turned defensive lineman Dion Jordan pan out as legit D-1 contributors. I was already confident about the back 7 or 8, but now I'm getting pumped to see this unit operate.
Get ready for our Crunch Time rapid fire Q & A I lay on Justin and Ryan this afternoon. You will not want to miss this!