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Article written by Nick Roush

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15 responses to “Terry Wilson and Stephen Johnson Share One Important Intangible”

  1. maximumscott

    Their Black?

  2. maximumscott

    They’re Black*

  3. ClutchCargo

    Or maybe they don’t get rattled. Sometimes we have to do more than look at the pictures to understand the story.

  4. Bluebloodtoo

    It would be awesome if your paid app allowed me to view the table in this article. Also, maybe being able to select and view pictures might also be nice, you know, since it’s not a free app.

  5. cats646

    Terry Wilson reminds me of Lamar honestly. Fumbles and everything.

    1. JohnnyCheeseSticks

      Lol. The Turnover Terry & Loose Lamar Show

  6. Bill Selfs Hair Piece

    Wasn’t SCAR a home game that year?

    1. cats646

      Yes

    2. maximumscott

      No road game. It was the infamous “tongue out stephen johnson game”

  7. bailey000

    Not a whole lot of similarities between these two honestly as far as their games. Stephen struggled with the long ball and that seems to be terry’s best ball. Stephen could get out of bad situations with his feet sometimes but was not an elite athlete. Terry is an elite athlete. Also, we really haven’t seen him have any where near the toughness of Stephen. That’s the thing that Terry has to show me his toughness. He went down in game 1 with a nothing injury. Was it because he was struggling with turnovers? I don’t know, but he gonna have to prove his toughness.

    1. mashburnfan1

      Amazing someone can say things about people with no clue as to what actually happened. Nothing injury? Really and what doctor are you? He took a pretty good hit and landed with weight on the arm/shoulder. And he did come back from it and played well in the 2nd half. Is it possible since Hoak got the late 1st half TD the COACHES decided to start Hoak the 2nd half, Wilson may have had no choice. When Hoak struggled they put him back in, that makes me think he could have, and would have, started the 2nd half but was not allowed as he did have a bad 1st half. And he HAS to prove {or show} nothing to you, hope you know you do not matter one bit to him. Go look up U6 and root for them, jerk. He and the team just did something all the others could not do for many many years, that proves and shows something. This guy almost quit football, thoyught he would never get a chance at big time college ball, heard a great interview the other day and he seems like a great young man.

    2. JohnnyCheeseSticks

      You really didn’t say anything rebutting Bailey. Your post is just shouting and feelings.

    3. Iamheasyouarehe

      Well said, Mashfan!

  8. Sentient Third Eye

    Though both have battled turnovers, the reasons are different. Wilson is making the occasional poor decision with the ball, while SJ’s problem was really mostly due to his slight frame making him easier to rattle than a heavier dude. Both are/were correctable. SJ put on more muscle, and now Terry Touchdown just has more game experience to adapt to the SEC, and his problem should take care of itself. Already we can see the problem shrinking.

  9. kjd

    No comparison when discussing mobility between the two.