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Mar 2, 2010 | Posted by: roboblogger | Full story: St. Augustine Record

Taylor Mays has no regrets about finishing his senior season at Southern Cal. Eric Berry saw no sense in risking everything one more time at Tennessee.

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Mar 2, 2010
 
Mays got punked by Tate.

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Mar 2, 2010
 
BigDan wrote:
Mays got punked by Tate.
You talking about that bomb he caught in the USC vs. Notre Dame game in 2009? I'd say that was a combo from both Clausen and Tate: Clausen put that ball EXACTLY where it needed to be, and Tate made a great catch, took the hit, and hung on to the ball. Even I have to admit that was a beautiful play. I'm not sure anyone could have defended against that.

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Mar 2, 2010
 
I'm not sure anyone else could have caught that. I was going nutz. Mays seemed like he just got a bit slow and to big.

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I think he was playing a bit too tentatively last year, in comparison to previous years where he played with, as my HS coach used to say, "reckless abandon." I don't know if he was trying to do too much or if the injuries forced him to stay back and play for the tackle rather than the pick/deflection, or what. Either way, it still doesn't take anything away from the Clausen/Tate play. Suffice it to say that I sure am glad we don't have to deal with them this year.

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Mar 2, 2010
 
His 40 time really helped him out.
He overplays at times, but not too many teams are going to pass on him.

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Mar 3, 2010
 
CPEM wrote:
I think he was playing a bit too tentatively last year, in comparison to previous years where he played with, as my HS coach used to say, "reckless abandon." I don't know if he was trying to do too much or if the injuries forced him to stay back and play for the tackle rather than the pick/deflection, or what. Either way, it still doesn't take anything away from the Clausen/Tate play. Suffice it to say that I sure am glad we don't have to deal with them this year.
Well I really wish you did have to deal with them this year, but good luck to them. 1st round money with no rookie cap is hard to pass up.

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