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  1. Last season was my first season here with the Fighting Irish. Back in high school I was your typical jock. Loved by the girls in school, teachers would let me slip by and the principal thought I could do no wrong. My coach had our backs as well making sure we passed our classes and wasn’t counted tardy to much. Man life was a breeze. I got hurt between my senior year of high school and freshman year here which I’d never experienced before. My rehab went great and I was activated with two games this season to go. I was pumped and ready to help the Irish win a game. It had been a rough season going winless thus far and I knew I could help turn a win in before the end. Well that win never came and I had the worst two games I’d ever played or been a part of. In both games I couldn’t even get two yards per carry or sniff the end zone. Part of me thought that maybe I wasn’t cut out for this. Maybe I should go to a D2 school or even a junior college. After talking with my family and teammates this offseason I decided I would get back into the weight room, stay after practice and work on some things with guys and coaches. I have literally fell asleep with our playbook so many times. I even dream about the plays and coaches yelling that I messed up on a assignment. I believe I have improved this offseason and I’ve seen the work my teammates have been putting in. Our quarterback and wide receivers have all been staying late and running through the plays. Making sure that they know the route tree and where to be when the ball is thrown. I know Prime Time has been staying as well and going against the receivers. Making sure that everyone is getting better together. Not to mention it’s helping our team chemistry. One would think that going winless would have everyone at each other’s throat but it was kinda the opposite. We banded together in the locker room and promised each other that we would not repeat this season again and vowed to work through this. I’ve settled in on campus well m, being roommates with our wide receiver Hands who was another late add to the team. Being real with myself, we won’t be contenders this season. Everyone in the locker room knows that as does Coach but we do expect to be better and more competitive this season. If my game doesn’t personally improve than I don’t know what my future will be but it probably won’t be in Division one. For now I’m enjoying my life in college as a Fighting Irish football member. Campus is beautiful, the women are great and plenty and the Irish fans are awesome. Even sticking with us through the rough season we had. Everyone can see the work we’ve put in this offseason and we believe that it will pay off the next couple seasons. It definitely can’t get any worse than last season can it? I look forward to seeing what we can do this season and beyond.
  2. I don’t know if it’s available but I would like to apply. I’m a backup updater on PBE.
  3. Champion: New York East Finalist: (New York, Miami, Memphis, Wisconsin) New York West Finalist: (Los Angeles, Seattle, San Antonio, New Orleans) Los Angeles MVP: Logan Crawford Offensive Player of the Year: Logan Crawford Defensive Player of the Year: Ian Kelley GMotY: Oilmandan QBotY: Logan Crawford RBotY: Sharkstrong FBotY: Jakobsen WRotY: Wilinsky TEotY: Dave LBoftY: Ian Kelley CBotY: Martin SotY: Boxcar-Jones KoftY: Gunner Returner of the Year: Fence Offensive Rookie of the Year: Renomitsu Defensive Rookie of the Year: Gunner plagiarism detector NCAA Predictions Champion: Texas East Finalist: (LSU, MIA, MICH, ALA) Alabama West Finalist: (USC, ORE, ND, TEX) Texas Heisman Trophy - MVP: Carswell Chuck Bednarik Award - Defensive Player OTY: Hamilton Tim Tebow Award - Offensive Player OTY: Carswell Lance Swift IV Award - Top Offensive Freshman: Terraform Shaka Lawal Award - Top Defensive Freshman: Colt Davey O'Brien Award -QB: Carswell Doak Walker Award - RB: Bush Biletnikoff Award - WR: Vorschlaghammer John Mackey Award - TE: Silver Dick Butkus Award - LB: Stiffland Jim Thorpe Award - DB: Hamilton Groza Guy Award - K/P: Bands Dante Pettis Award-K/P Returner: Vorschlaghammer Wuerffel Trophy - Community Service: MMFlex Coach of the Year Award - AD: antisimple/cody
  4. 1)Looking around the college scene, who do you see improving and causes a challenge? 2)who did you model your game after? 3) where does your team end at the end of the season? 4) will you leave school early?
  5. 1) How do you see ND doing next season? 2) Any young prospects coming in that your excited about? 3) For next season, what is your personal goal? 4) What’s your opinion about this past season?
  6. 1) I just want to help ND turn into winners again. ND has a proud history of winning and we will get back to that. 2) I haven’t even thought of it yet. Being a very new player I’m still just getting my feet wet. 3) That would be awesome but not a must for me. If it happens great. If not I’ll help each team win. 4)I’ve only played in two games and was ineffective in both really but just improving for next season so far. We fought hard the last few games so there’s hope for next year.
  7. 1.Hobo: I came to ND to help turn things around and create a winning culture. Prime Time: I came here to win baby and that’s what we will do. 2. Hobo:The culture is great still. Everyone was upbeat and positive that it’ll change for us. PT: Man the guys are great and are all like a family. 3. Hobo:Just everyone keep working hard to improve and keep the positive attitude. We will right this ship. PT: Just gotta get our acts straight and get some more recruits in here to ball out. 4. Hobo: I’m still learning the playbook myself so really any play I get a chance to show out. PT: I like playing in man personally so any man coverage is fun. Punt and Kickoff return is a blast but I haven’t done that here yet.
  8. Way to fight though guys. Gg
  9. Head still up Irish. We fought!
  10. After transferring from school to school Hobo finally found a home at Dickson High School his junior and senior year.Before then he was bouncing around from school to school as his parents had went to the store for cigarettes and never returned. After a year of living on the streets the coach at Dickson seen him and offered him a place to stay and get back in school. The coach became a instant father figure to Edward “Hobo” Jackson. During his high school career he rushed for a total of 4579. His junior season was ended early after a devastating injury to his ACL/MCL.It was during this time that Hobo almost went back to the streets but coach was able to keep him home and refocus on his football career. Before the injury he had rushed for 1245 yds in only 7 games for a whopping 177 yds a game along with 12 tds rushing along with 12 catches for 200 yds and 3tds. At the time he was on pace to shatter the state record for rushing yds and rushing yds per game. Averaging 208 yds a game his senior season he rushed for 3,334 with 26 tds and 21 catches for 436 yds and 7 tds. That season he was able to finish as the state record holder in rushing yards, rushing yds per game and all purpose yds in a season.Finishing his career with 5214 all purpose yards and 48 total touchdowns, he holds the career records for rushing yards, rushing yds per game and yards per carry. He was able to all this in basically a season and a half.What would have been if the injury hadn’t happened? What would he have been able to accomplish and records would he have broken? No one knows but now he has signed with ND Fighting Irish and we will have to wait and see what his future holds.He seems to have recovered nicely from his injury and no lingering affects thus far. If it holds up he will be a very productive player for a long time.
  11. Can’t wait to be on the field to help win. #KeepFightingIrish
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