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NFLPA All-Star Game

Adding to the great week Tech football has had, Taylor Potts won the MVP of the NFLPA Texas vs the Nation all-star game. He led Texas to a 13-7 victory, going 9-15 for 107 yds and 1 TD. He led the team to two early scoring drives, and demonstrated his leadership qualities as well as the ability to play in a pro-style offense.  I was very pleased with his performance overall, and think he has come quite a way after the 2009 season. Just think, in 2010 many Tech fans were ready to run Potts and Tuberville out of town.  It's amazing what happens when we give people a little time and space to develop to their potential.

I haven't seen any final stats on Duncan's performance, but from my first watch it appeared that the action was predominantly going away from him. He did miss a chance to make the tackle that would have saved the lone touchdown the Nation scored, but didn't have the speed or pursuit angle to take him down. He also missed a tackle on another long play later in the game just before getting blown up by a great downfield block.

Did anyone else get a chance to watch the game and have any other thoughts on our performances?

<em>This is a FanPost and does not necessarily reflect the views of Viva The Matadors' writers or editors. It does reflect the views of this particular fan though, which is as important as the views of Viva The Matadors' writers or editors.</em>

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