UM: Texas A & M offers triple-threat ...

UM: Texas A & M offers triple-threat running attack

There are 10 comments on the South Florida Sun-Sentinel story from Sep 19, 2007, titled UM: Texas A & M offers triple-threat running attack. In it, South Florida Sun-Sentinel reports that:

Texas A&M has a fullback nicknamed the "Round Mound of Touchdown," who led the Aggies with 113 yards in last week's victory against Louisiana-Monroe. The Miami Hurricanes are well aware of 268-pound Jorvorskie ...

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scoodogg

San Antonio, TX

#1 Sep 20, 2007
"Round Mound of Touchdown"

Dude... did you just make that up?? I believe he is known in most parts as the "J-Train'
rusty

San Antonio, TX

#2 Sep 20, 2007
I don't think anyone near texas has ever heard of the "round mound of touchdown." You might try to do a little more research next time.
Edge

Dallas, TX

#3 Sep 20, 2007
The "J-Train" is a RUNNING BACK, not a Full back..That would be Chris Alexander or Nick Lamantia. He is big, yes, but he is a running back!
Confused

Irving, TX

#4 Sep 20, 2007
Uhhhhhh.....No.

I have followed Javorsie Lane since highschool. I have never, ever heard anyone refer to him as the Round Mound of Touchdown.

Where did you study journalism? The Jason Blair school of creative writing?
Alan

Sunnyvale, CA

#5 Sep 20, 2007
...and while you're at it, it was Goodson who gained 113 yards, not Lane. And Goodson is a tailback, not a fullback.

Five minutes of research before writing the article might have done you some good.
Craig

United States

#6 Sep 20, 2007
Perhaps you should do a little more fact-checking next time. Jorvorskie Lane isn't a fullback - he'll tell you point blank. You know Mack and the horns were trying to get their greedy hands on him, but he screwed up and recruited him as a FB. Big mistake, Mack.

It's an insult to Chris Alexander, A&M's starting fullback, who is easily top 5 in the NCAA. He'll be back tonite, and I'll enjoy watching him and Tellus lay some Canes out on the ground. Just ask Mack and the horns 'D' about what he can do (last year's game).

If the Ags decide to show up and play tough, then it should be a close game. If Miami plays above their ability, then they will win. If they play to A&M's strengths (ball control,+ turnover margin), then they will most likely lose.
parkland gangsta

United States

#7 Sep 20, 2007
whooooo cares
D-Canes

Satellite Beach, FL

#8 Sep 20, 2007
Man all these texans on here! what gives this is Miami !! GO CANES
Concerned Reader

Austin, TX

#9 Sep 20, 2007
Columnist: Please check your stats...

"The Round Mound of Touchdown," Jorvorskie Lane did not lead Texas A&M in rushing last week against Louisiana Monroe with 113 yards.

That was Michael Goodson. Jorvorskie had less than 40.

Since: Jan 07

Coconut Grove

#10 Sep 20, 2007
LETS GO CANES!!!!!!!!!!

& SAVE THE OB!!!!

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