Interest Amplified

April 20th, 2017

Five weeks ago, Joe wrote about the other Oklahoma running back, you know, the one who is the Sooners’ all-time leading rusher and the ball carrier who didn’t disfigure a girl by punching her in the face.

The good guy is Samaje Perine, who told PFT Live on NBC Sports Radio this morning that the Bucs have showered him with interest, including a private workout and a visit to Tampa.

Regarding Perine’s teammate, Joe Mixon, Joe is all for second chances. But sorry to the Mixon bandwagon, second chances for certain dudes look a lot better in other cities. For example, Joe was totally against the Bucs signing — and re-signing! — noted sleaze tight end Jerramy Stevens.

Perine is a bruising beast at 5-11, 233 pounds, a guy who breaks tackles, runs with fierce authority and stood out as a strongman freak at the NFL Scouting combine, out-benching most of offensive linemen.

More important, Perine has produced — big time.

The young man averaged 6.0 yards per carry in college through 685 carries in three seasons. And 49 rushing touchdowns has a nice ring to it. Perine missed a few midseason games last year with a pulled leg muscle, but he came back to finish strong, including 17 carries for 86 yards and a touchdown against Auburn in the Sugar Bowl.

Perine is often projected as a third- or fourth-round pick.

Interestingly, Joe heard the well-spoken Perine on CBS Sports Radio a few weeks ago selflessly talk about what a great teammate Mixon was, and how Mixon is a little misunderstood.

Is Perine the right fit for the Bucs? Could he pound in between the tackles and wear down defenses while being complemented by Charles Sims, Jacquizz Rodgers and Peyton Barber?

Maybe. And that maybe the Bucs’ interest got amplified a bit today.

87 Responses to “Interest Amplified”

  1. NFLNut Says:

    I like Perine and wouldn’t be upset at all if we drafted him.

  2. Miko Says:

    Perine or Freeman, a power back….F*ck Joe Mixon, he’s garbage…

  3. BucObrews Says:

    He def could be one of those guys that shines in the pros. Who knows when that next 199 is gonna happen. Would be nice if it was for our Bucs

  4. Etzel Says:

    The other running back, you know, the one who is SLOW. I’m sick of these slug backs we keep getting. Watching Sims and Doug get hawked constantly is the WORST. I can’t deal with anymore. Maybe if we drafted Marlon Mack too.

  5. "Ice Man" Bobby Gilbert Says:

    Miko i completely agree, i want Freeman more than anyone else in this draft, at any position.

  6. Bucco bruce Says:

    If you watch the highlights of perine he looks just like mjd but a little bigger and stronger. I love this kid I honestly think he might be the best back in the draft I think a lot of people be on the same page as me if you watch the highlights.Tampaaaa

  7. Wausa Says:

    I really like Perine, but Dalvin and Christian are both home run threats that our offense really could use.

  8. gotbbucs Says:

    Some of us have been calling for this guy for quite a while now, this website has just been too busy pimping 1st round running backs and women beaters instead of living in the real world.

  9. Big Steve Says:

    Perine has the is going to be an extremely productive back in the NFL. Hopefully for the Bucs. He won’t make it past the 3rd round, and I wouldn’t be surprised to see him go in the 2nd.

  10. DPewter Says:

    Perine is a exactly what the Bucs are missing, a power back.

    Draft an in between the hashes weapon (i.e. TE) somewhere in the first two rounds and Perine in the 3rd and good lawwd our offense will be cruising.

    The team seems to be sold on Martin, so unless Fournette is on the board at 19 I don’t see us picking a RB in the 1st.

    John Ross or David Corey wouldn’t be bad picks in the first either, guessing safety in the 2nd.

  11. Mike Says:

    Watched highlights for first time – yes plz!

  12. Blake_bucsfan Says:

    I say screw the haters! Draft Both, Mixon and Perine.

  13. DallasBuc Says:

    Make Mixon a Buc
    …Perine too

  14. ndog Says:

    Would not hate the pick but to me he looks just like Quizz Rodgers in style so why draft a guy that you already have on the roster?

  15. BucscsQcCity Says:

    NKoju + Perine would be awesome

  16. gotbbucs Says:

    I’ve been saying this for weeks, this team has lost so many close games in the last couple years because they couldn’t pick up a 3rd or 4th and short. That’s why I’ve been calling for offensive line and Perine.
    It always amazes me that all the sudden a week before the draft reality sets in and people quit with the dream scenarios and start to look at things realistically.

  17. Make America Brate Again Says:

    LIke Joe said, we don’t need that horrible piece of human debris, Joe Mixon!! Let’s get Perine in the draft and Make America Brate Again!!

  18. gotbbucs Says:

    Ndog….Koetter wants similar style running backs in the stable. It makes it easier on the o-line.

  19. ndog Says:

    Just for the record there are 4 new mock drafts out today from around the various sites and 3 yes 3 of them have the Bucs drafting……..Dalvin Cook! One of them has us getting him in the 2nd round. Blake you might be having a long night next Thursday, with your boy NosBos, if these mockers are correct.

  20. ndog Says:

    Gotbbucs he also wants explosive players and Perine is not that my friend. Good player yes, explosive player no.

  21. JimmyJack Says:

    gotbucs is right. lot of people only care for a RB who makes splash plays but that ain’t football. Give me a team that consistently can run on end and one, far more important the the occasional 50 yard gainer.

    my one b!tech against Koetter is 2 straight years of a horrible team in 3rd and 1. you can have all the athlete’s and speed you desire but if you can’t run a decent goal line set you’ll be golfing in janurary. Been that way forever and will always be

  22. mike10 Says:

    This draft is too deep at RB, not to mention the FA RBs still sitting out there. Let’s not forget it is a LUXURY that we do not have to pigeon hole ourselves at a position.

    Pick up the best available RB in the third round and address our other areas of need in prior rounds.

  23. Blake_bucsfan Says:

    Ndog, you must be out of your mind. First of all Quizz is 5’6 200, Sameje is 5’11 233. Second, if you can watch Perines tape and think he runs anything like Quizz, then you are freaking crazy.

    Quizz runs with quick cuts and burst, Perine, while being suprisingly quick and light on his feet, delivers knock out blows and bowls people over like a mad man. He’s a hell of a lot closer to Jerome Bettis/ MJD

    You just lost whatever shred of credibilty you thought you had.

  24. DPewter Says:

    gotbbucs: Ndog….Koetter wants similar style running backs in the stable. It makes it easier on the o-line.

    It also makes it easy on the defense… When did you have this conversation with Koetter, what other schemes did he divulge to you?

  25. DPewter Says:


    Pretty sure Koetter wants a guy that can pick up a 3rd and 1, and not get stuffed on the goaline. And its not like Cook is a burner at 4.5.

    We can also line up in a two back set and have Perine as an extra option or a fullback. Swing pass to the flats, I would love to see a CB tackle Perine one one, instant 5-8 yard gain.

  26. Stpetebucsfan Says:

    I would not be disappointed with Perine or Foreman two big bruising “beast mode” backs.

    But again…fair or not…rightly or not…Mixon is NOT going to be a Buc. Any chance of that evaporated with yesterday’s announcement.

    One of the major points of interest in the Bucs story is RB!!! If we draft an RB he instantly becomes relevant and add into that interest the “rookie” story. Do we think the NFL or HBO really want to do a sidebar story on a guy whose past includes Mixon’s video. There is NO upside for the league or HBO!!!!! There IS downside!

    Again…Mixon may deserve a second chance and he’s going to get one. He has clearly damaged his earning power at the start of his career and he’s simply paying for his mistake. And so his draft value has soured but he’ll get picked and at the end of the day he’ll be a multimillionaire so I don’t feel too sorry for Mixon’s plight. He’ll be fine…just not a Buc.

  27. rayjay1122 Says:

    I have not really followed Perine. I am sure he is a very good rusher but is he good in pass protection blocking and receiving? If anyone can answer the above question please feel free.

  28. Blake_bucsfan Says:

    lololol and you say that like Mock drafts mean anything.

  29. Blake_bucsfan Says:

    Rayjay i can tell you that Perine is a definitely a really good pass blocker.

  30. ndog Says:

    Keep going Blake, Quizz is a downhill runner just like Perine and they will have the same level of success in the NFL. Saying Cook will be a bust 3 months ago destroyed your creditability. Just keep flapping those gums my friend cause we will see the results soon.

  31. Joeypoppems Says:

    If they want Perine and target him on Day 2, then I hope on Day 3 they go get one of the boom or bust home run hitting type of RBs. Like a TJ Logan or Tarik Cohen.

    Im not nearly as high on Perine as other commentors on JBF are. He is 1 dimmensional. Everything at the same speed. No 2nd gear. I’d be fine with him in a committee, but we do need some home run explosiveness and Charles Sims is not that.

    Perine as the main back in a committee, Quizz to spell him, then add an explosive RB (even if that is all he is good at) I could get behind that stable.

  32. DavidBigBucFan99 Says:

    I guess if he is SO WELL SPOKEN, HE SPEAKS SO WELL aka he’s ebonically incorrect then yeah he’s a perfect match here

  33. Joeypoppems Says:

    I went back and watched a couple od D’onta Foreman’s games last night. I definitely would not call him a “bruiser”. Sure he is big physically. He does not play to his size tho. Imo anyway

  34. bucs_365 Says:

    Okay, draft Perine and Mack. Thunder and lightning.

  35. Doctor Stroud Says:

    The Bucs should draft both Perine and Mixon, and that might set up the team’s running game for the next 5+ years. These picks should not be too high. Perine should be drafted no higher than the 3rd round, and Mixon might go undrafted, certainly no higher than the 6th round. Then again, interest in Mixon might be growing since the man who alleged that his daughter was struck by Mixon in high school has changed his story. This seems too convenient on the eve of the draft, and it certainly doesn’t change the impact of the 2014 assault caught on video. However, teams might take another look at him.

  36. DavidBigBucFan99 Says:

    Now you imagine that what DallasBuc said…..Perine & Mixon up here. Alot of defensive players will be getting their faces rearranged like a blonde chick on a college campus with that package! That is if the line isn’t still getting pushed back 2-3 yards after the snap!

  37. Love and Warrick Dunn Says:

    He’s got Steelers written all over him.

  38. Blake_bucsfan Says:

    Sorry, but not every “downhill runner” is the same mold of back. Find me the link that displays Quizz running people over like a mack truck. Or one that shows down right insane balance through contact.

    Show me a clip of Quizz looking like the heir apparent of Earl Campbell.

    I dare you.

  39. Kevinthepainterimagine Says:

    My prediction is that this is the back they will take. I just dont want marlon mack

  40. Pick6 Says:

    vastly preferable to burning a 1st or 2nd rounder on the RB position

  41. Guzzie Says:

    So much for drafting explosive playmakers, Perine ran a 4.65, big backs can’t break away from 3 players at a time when the NFL defenders are faster than the back, he isn’t star caliber, no one would fear this guy like Cook, Foreman, Mixon, Mack, or Kamara

  42. Joeypoppems Says:

    I don’t think Hard Knocks has any effect on a chance that Licht drafts Mixon. I also don’t see a downside in Mixon being on Hard Knocks, unless people boycott the show. It could be a platform for people to see who he really is and jumpstart his own redemption tour.

    Unless the guy in the video is the real Mixon

  43. Lord Cornelius Says:

    “Joeypoppems Says:
    April 20th, 2017 at 2:04 pm
    I went back and watched a couple od D’onta Foreman’s games last night. I definitely would not call him a “bruiser”. Sure he is big physically. He does not play to his size tho. Imo anyway”

    Agree. Dalvin Cook has more broken tackles in his tape than Foreman which is weird. For his size he doesn’t have a ton of runs where he is running over people or bouncing off tackles. Went down off arm tackles a lot.

    Perine has the best tackle breaking ability by far tho and is nasty. He’s my favorite back after Cook/Mixon. We’ve really sucked the last few years on converting short yardage downs & TDs. Martin has never been good in the red zone for whatever reason.

  44. Mick Says:

    Guzzie do you not remember Alstott? Took half the team to bring him down.

  45. Blake_bucsfan Says:

    Lev Bell ran a 4.6. Frank Gore ran a 4.59. Jerome Bettis ran a 4.7.

    40 time doesnt make or break a running back.

  46. JimmyJack Says:

    sorry to interrupt you Blake but there is a vast difference between bowling over college kids and doing it in the NFL.

  47. Gencoimports Says:

    I would be find if they drafted this guy in the 4th round. Be a good insurance policy if Doug Martin doesn’t work out.

  48. Wausa Says:

    I am tired of hearing the lie that Dalvin Cook is not fast:

    ESPN just did a story on him regarding his speed:

    Florida State running back Dalvin Cook put up forgettable times during agility drills at the NFL Scouting Combine, but an episode of ESPN’s Sports Science reflected what can be seen when watching Cook’s game film: Cook, in pads, is often fastest man on the field.
    The show measured Cook’s speed and concluded that he is the fastest running back that has been tested in the past five years. He also had the same 20-yard split time as Washington WR John Ross — who set a Combine record with a 4.22-second 40-yard dash last month — in pads.

  49. USFBUC Says:

    The reports about Foremans pro day were encouraging – big, fast, appears to be a better pass catcher than most thought he was. If we can’t land Mixon then I would be okay with Foreman. Also a fan of having more of a bruiser type back as well like a Conner or Perine to go along with a Mixon or Foreman.

  50. Blake_bucsfan Says:

    No doubt JimmyJack, but Perine has all the tools necessary to translate his game to the pros.

    It’s still asanine to compare him to Quizz.

  51. Lord Cornelius Says:

    Comparing Perine to Quiz is like comparing Britney Spears to Van Halen or something lol it makes no sense

  52. USFBUC Says:

    @Doctor Stroud – as much as some here hate him Mixon may go as early as the second, most likely gone in the third, and there is no way he is on th board still after the fourth round.

  53. 813bucboi Says:

    I wouldn’t mind perine….perine and foreman are the 2 backs that we need…a big bruiser that can wear down defenses….you could throw j.conner in that mix to….GO BUCS!!!!

  54. Buccaneer scotty Says:

    Pull the trigger! Turn in the card !

  55. Doctor_Berto Says:

    We need speed

  56. gotbbucs Says:

    Dpewter…he said it in his end of season press conference. I’m not making sh!t up out of thin air. O-line and RB need to be on same wave length as far as where that hole will be, especially when you’re cross training o-linemen for multiple positions. Perine and Barber are similar backs, if Perine is the pick I belive Perine and Barber will be the one-two punch.

  57. Erik w/ Clean Athletics 'The Kwon Alexander of Bucs fans' Says:

    Perine is my personal favorite RB in this draft.

    And once he gets going, he can take it to the house. Rarely if ever gets caught from behind on long runs.

    And remember, Koetter signed Michael Turner in Atl and I think Perine is a better all-around back.

  58. gotbbucs Says:

    The knock on Foreman is that he can’t pass block. That takes a couple years to develop.

  59. gotbbucs Says:

    The Joe Mixon crowd can also thank Perine because when Perine wasn’t carrying the ball he was lead blocking for Mixon.

  60. Kevinthepainterimagine Says:

    Tell ta what id take perine iver foreman. When I see D.Cook, I see a quick, strong , shifty back that can catch very well. Quick feet. When I look a mccaffrey, I see a similar back, a little smaller with better vision and hip movement. Foreman is just a mack truck, but Perine is just a dog!!! Not the greatest acceleration but suprising top speed. Plays nasty brings the hit to the defemder if enough to take it, and he has to have the best stiffarm of all the otger backs. Breaking tackles and get down. What round is this guy projected to go in????? Way better than taking a back in the firat and im a big mccaffrey fan

  61. Kevinthepainterimagine Says:

    Watching perine reminds me a little bit of michael turner with his leg strength

  62. Stpetebucsfan Says:

    Perhaps a typo…but the knock on Forman is not that he can’t block…he is perceived as the best blocker of all the selections…what is the question is not so much his pass blocking as his pass catching.

    He only caught seven passes all year. I don’t know that it means he “can’t” catch the ball just that he certainly wasn’t called to do it last year at Texas. But then he was busy rushing for over 100 yards in EVERY game they played! Perhaps he didn’t have enough time and touches left to receive many passes?

  63. BigHogHaynes Says:

    Sit your ass down Mrs. Miko !! Garbage is what we have @ running back on the roster today, Mrs. Miko, MIXON is going to make you reevaluate the way you grade talent, Perine ain’t no Csonka but MIXON IS THAT DAMN GOOD!! I got an idea let’s draft both of them and see who ends up on the bench.

  64. ndog Says:

    You ask you shall receive Blake check out Quizz in college at Wash:

    Some pretty violent runs for such a small fella back then.

  65. Joeypoppems Says:

    @Lord C

    Yea, I feel like people just assume Foreman is a bruiser because they see his size and say “240 lbs. He must be big and physical”. Then you watch him and see he is almost the opposite.

    Wayne Gallman is more of a bruiser than Foreman lol. At least Gallman looks angry when he runs.

  66. Buccaneer Bonzai Says:

    Mick Says
    “Guzzie do you not remember Alstott? Took half the team to bring him down.”

    DING!!!! Teams feared Alstott because he hit so hard, and Samaje Perine is just like him in that regard…plus he has better pass blocking skills.

    He’s on my wishlist.

  67. Desertbucsfan Says:

    I would be happy with Perine. I saw something on TV or the internet this morning — Perine was asked what role he would like to play in NFL — running over DL and bustin up DBs. Not a word for word quote but you get the idea. He would be a great addition.

  68. tdtb2015 Says:

    Perine will keep Aguayo on the sidelines often. If Aguayo wins the FG kicker battle. Koetter is making sure to keep our odds for success high on the field.

  69. Mo_Downs Says:

    I’d remind Buc fans to look at the schedule when assessing draft talent that can contribute right away or will only be deep bench depth.

    I’m fairly certain that the Bucs will be dumping marginal roster players. So, what’s left will need back-ups.

    If Doug Martin is still on the roster on when the Bucs break camp then a 1st Rd or even 2nd Rd RB pick seems counter productive.

    So, let’s talk about our roster options by keeping Martin.

    1) If you can’t run, then you’re going to pass…OFTEN..!!
    If that’s the strategy then a TE or WR or DE would make the most sense.

    I’ll be honest, Brate and Hump had good years but upgrades are needed at both positions when our schedule and potential injuries are factored in.

    We’re only going to get away with so many “Hump-Dumps” over the middle before the opposition gets a clue and brings down THE HAMMER.

    Having Chris Godwin on the roster to step in at any of the WR positions is a good bet.

    Having Joe Mixon on the roster means you can run the ball and he has the best hands of any of our current RB’s, TE’s and WR’s not named Jackson or Evans.

    2) If you can’t run a ball control (run or pass) offense then you better have an OVERWHELMING defense. SS, SLB and a Baby Beast DE.

  70. Vico Says:

    We have speed at RB, Sims is really good for 3rd down. And having him opens up the options for the draft. We have speed, we need power. Perine is powerful. I would prefer him over Mixon (as long as we can trade down and multiply).

  71. LUVMYBUCS Says:

    All I’m saying – is screw siging Adrian Peterson.

    Draft Both
    –Joe Mixon & Samaje Perine

    Use Doug Martin (Trade?) to maneuver up your draft board

  72. Blake_bucsfan Says:

    @Ndog, no doubt dude, Quizz was definitely running hard there. After watching that video twice, I still would compare him to Perine.

    He trucked the heck out of number 8 on that counter, but that kid was awful lanky, just saying. I’ll give Quizz props for his leg drive, running through arm tackles, and finishing runs with a pop.

    But he still did most of his work by utilizing his lateral quickness and deft jump cuts.

  73. Buccaneer Bonzai Says:


    Martin does not count against the roster until after week 3. Therefore, we can take a risk.

    Sammie can contribute on 3rd downs and pass blocking right away, and next year perhaps even more.

    We need a replacement for the oft injured Luke Stocker anyway…and Sammie is a better player than him.

  74. Buccaneer Bonzai Says:

    Luv, trading Martin would be hard with his contract. It might not be guaranteed, but any team trading for him will want him on their roster and will then have to pay them.

    Unless Licht reworks his contract, and if he does that, why not keep him for depth? Can’t get better depth than that.

  75. Buccaneer Bonzai Says:

    Quiz and Perine are not alike. Quiz is a straight up RB, while Perine more fits the mold of FB. He is a power runner, hard hitter, great pass blocker and can catch passes.

    He actually has a more complete set of talents than Alstott did when he was drafted. Close to the same size too.

  76. Pickgrin Says:

    bucs_365 Says:
    April 20th, 2017 at 2:06 pm
    Okay, draft Perine and Mack. Thunder and lightning.
    I was saying that scenario might be a good idea to my buddy the other day. Trade back in the 1st round – draft Budda Baker. (pick up an extra 3rd rd pick). Draft WR Zay Jones or Chris Godwin in the 2nd, double dip at RB in the 3rd with Perine and Mack, and the best remaining TE in the 4th. DE,CB and OL prospects/projects rds 5-7.

    That would be a hell of a draft that meets our needs and the strengths and value of this draft really well – and our problems at RB would be instantly over for years to come.

  77. Blake_bucsfan Says:

    Excuse me, I still would *not* compare him to Perine.

    Sorry bout dat.

  78. LUVMYBUCS Says:


    • Doug Martin + 4th or 5th Round Pick – to Move back Into- the 3rd Round

    • Joe Mixon
    • Samaje Perine

    Possible Depth Chart
    • (PB) Jacquizz Rodgers | *Samaje Perine
    • (SB) Charles Sims | *Joe Mixon

    IR-return designation
    • Peyton Barber

    Run a proper 9-on-7, and let the best man win

  79. MadMax Says:

    Sign Peterson (to a friendly), draft Perine near the top of the 3rd…then probably have to let go of Doug.

    I want a bigger bruising RB like Perine who can run through and over people. I want him even more after seeing him on NFL network’s “game changers”. Seems like a great kid and will be a great locker room presence. Been singing his praises for a while now.

    Hold at 19, Barnett
    Hold at 50, Zay Jones,
    Move up for Perine
    Then if TE Leggett is still available at the end of the 3rd, move up for him
    Then CB Kazee.

    Thats def doable.

  80. DB55 Says:

    But sorry to the Mixon bandwagon, second chances for certain dudes look a lot better in other cities.
    See this is the type of thinking that stops us from having a winning team. Guess what, if he commits triple mur der, beats wife and kids, shoots himself and his cabbie the NFL will move on heck in many cases even allow him to play. Well I guess not the triple mur der but wait come to think about it a famous linebacker was accused of that wasn’t he?

    My point is stop with the moral indignation its tired and old. Mixon is a talent like Hurley, ajayi and AP. He only makes the team stronger and faster.

    If he fcks up you ridicule him in the press and run him out of town, per usual, so he can win a champ for another city ala Talib and Blount.

  81. TrollSlayer Says:

    i have liked cook for a while but im starting to think better option is to use our 1st on best player available and then go after need pieces in the 2-4 rounds especially RB it looks like no matter what koetter will employ some sort of committee approach so why not wait til rounds 2-4 to find our back i dont think i can remember a draft this deep at running back same with cornerback and safety i would think a great pick in the 1st where were at would would be for positions like tight end, wide receiver, pass rusher, seems like big drop off at those postions after the 2nd round compared to the previous positions i stated

  82. LUVMYBUCS Says:



    Didn’t stop The “Great” Malcolm Glazer from drafting Warren Sapp or Retaining Michael Pittman. Didn’t stop Robert Kraft from trading for Corey Dillon – to help him win another ring. Or Stop Elway from Signing Manning & Talib.
    We could go on and on.

    But the Ultimate thing is ….

    ->U build a team to win a Championship
    ->U draft Players & Sign Free Agents to help win.
    ->Cause that’s all that matters

    That’s the difference between US and Them
    The New Englands, Cowboys, Steelers, and Broncos of the world
    Could give a rats arse – about anything else but winning.

  83. LUVMYBUCS Says:

    Seriously though..

    So If the BUCS draft Mixon – are you not gonna support the team.

    Are you that much of a hardliner on the issue?

    An if so how far do you go?

    When your favorite Rock & Roll, R&B, Metal, Blues, Country, or Hip-Hop artist.
    Does something similar – Do U dump all your Old Albums

    If Key Members, of Sony, Apple or IBM make the same mistake.
    Do U dump everything and Boycott their products?

    Of course not – because you wouldn’t have sh!t to listen too.
    An nothing to stare back at you – when you get off work

  84. SOEbuc Says:

    I think he’s going to continue to be a bulldozer in the NFL and would love to pick him up in 3 or 4. I really am surprised that he’s thought to be going so far back.

  85. SOEbuc Says:

    I’m from Houston and an extremely big Longhorns and Oilers fan so I love how in his highlights it starts off with the analyst comparing him to Earl Campbell. Rocks the #32 also. Too bad he’s from OU, though 🙁 .I’ll let him slide if he can come to the Bucs and be the next Earl Campbell.

  86. LUVMYBUCS Says:


  87. SOEbuc Says:

    *Oops earl was 20 at texas and 34 with the oilers. I don’t know why I was thinking 32.