#4
What he's doing seems to me to be no less confusing than all of the other players' movements.
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#5
wow. i did that once... but i just kind of kneeled down and went into the thinker pose... it was the last game of my career. i quit right after the game.
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#10
That's almost as bad as Jamarcus Russell eating skittles on the sidelines after getting benched.

The fat slob!
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That's almost as bad as Jamarcus Russell eating skittles on the sidelines after getting benched.

The fat slob!


He's more productive when he's eating skittles.
#12
Actually what it probably is, is if the player thinks the ball was dead before the play was started, they won't move at all. You can see a couple of them were hesitent to move, but then they went anyway. Looks like he just has more self control.

Edit: I've also heard of people doing this to confuse they other team. Someone sees a player just sitting there, they think the play is dead, so they stop, but then the play keeps going. It's an advantage for the offense.
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#13
He probably had something against the seminoles or the QB and was making a stand or some bullshit.
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Actually what it probably is, is if the player thinks the ball was dead before the play was started, they won't move at all. You can see a couple of them were hesitent to move, but then they went anyway. Looks like he just has more self control.


Yeah, but he'd at least stand up even then. Why would he want to stay in the 3-point stance?
#15
Florida state linemen are taught to stay as still as possible after a false start, to ensure that the flag goes the other way. It's very possible that this particular lineman is suffering from brain trauma. You know, considering football is the kind of game where that could happen. He just may not have been fully present at the time.
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#16
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Yeah, but he'd at least stand up even then. Why would he want to stay in the 3-point stance?

This is true.

If the play was called dead, the whistle would be blown and everyone would stand up. Your thighs start to kill if you have to stay in that stance for too long.
#17
Florida State is such a bad team... I was watching the USC-UCLA game last weekend and UCLA's entire line stayed in their stances for the entire play. It was the weirdest thing I'd ever seen. It was actually a designed play too.
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Florida state linemen are taught to stay as still as possible after a false start, to ensure that the flag goes the other way.


This.
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That's almost as bad as Jamarcus Russell eating skittles on the sidelines after getting benched.

The fat slob!


Those are actually sunflower seeds
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Florida State is such a bad team... I was watching the USC-UCLA game last weekend and UCLA's entire line stayed in their stances for the entire play. It was the weirdest thing I'd ever seen. It was actually a designed play too.
You are very close to being banned forever for that.

It's not a designed play; I got so tired of hearing dumb ****ers saying that. When somebody on the defense jumps offsides the linemen stay perfectly still so the officials know that it wasn't them who moved. It's excellent discipline. FSU has done that in almost every game this season, and did it multiple times in the UF game.
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Those are actually sunflower seeds

This is JaMarcus Russell we're talking about. The laziest player in the NFL. Those are probably skittles.
#22
Probably a matter of principle. i bet he was mad at his QB so he was like...ima just chill here, or get on ESPN.
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This is JaMarcus Russell we're talking about. The laziest player in the NFL. Those are probably skittles.

As much as I hate JaMarcus I'm going to give him the benefit of the doubt and say they are sunflower seeds. Although it would be much funnier if they are skittles.
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#25
(Invalid img) Whats funny is that this is against JaMarcuss Russel's team
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You are very close to being banned forever for that.

It's not a designed play; I got so tired of hearing dumb ****ers saying that. When somebody on the defense jumps offsides the linemen stay perfectly still so the officials know that it wasn't them who moved. It's excellent discipline. FSU has done that in almost every game this season, and did it multiple times in the UF game.

Wow, warning to ban somebody for personal preference...

To the second, though, that sounds correct (it is correct, actually).
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Wow, warning to ban somebody for personal preference...

To the second, though, that sounds correct (it is correct, actually).
It was a joke
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(Invalid img) Whats funny is that this is against JaMarcuss Russel's team

The difference is that Sanchez is famous for having an extremely good work ethic, while Russell was already a fat lazy slob even before he was given a $60 million contract. Then it only got worse.
#29
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#30
Yes, it is to make sure that the defense get's flagged for the offsides. Though with the crowd being so loud since it's a huge rival game, he probably never heard if a whistle was blown or not.

FSU bad? Well, the offense was amazing til the QB got hurt. Defense sucks tho. All in all, a decent team this year and put up impressive numbers and scores. 28 consecutive bowl games. Yeah, FSU is pretty bad :rolls eyes: I must say LOL at Tebow right now. Fun fact: FSU was #1 pre and post season. Undefeated in 99'...sorry gators, maybe next year.