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Mar 20, 2009
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How do the coaches know Padilla's "metrics" ("decision reads, timing, location, all those things") IN A GAME, WHEN UNDER PRESSURE if he's not even been in a game this year???

By all impressions Petras is a good guy, a good teammate, and evidently a great practice performer; but he does not appear to be a GAMER. In 2.5 years as starter I have seen very little evidence of him thriving under the pressure of game situations. In short, it's time to try something/someone different.

The quotes referenced above come from Brian Ferentz in the following article:

 

Chewback

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How do the coaches know Padilla's "metrics" ("decision reads, timing, location, all those things") IN A GAME, WHEN UNDER PRESSURE if he's not even been in a game this year???

By all impressions Petras is a good guy, a good teammate, and evidently a great practice performer; but he does not appear to be a GAMER. In 2.5 years as starter I have seen very little evidence of him thriving under the pressure of game situations. In short, it's time to try something/someone different.

The quotes referenced above come from Brian Ferentz in the following article:

Well, they watch him in practice. Tells you all you need to know.
 

Hawk_4shur

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