Scott Shafer explains decision to move Julian Whigham down on the depth chart

first_img Facebook Twitter Google+ Published on October 27, 2015 at 1:27 pm Contact Paul: | @pschweds Syracuse head coach Scott Shafer said senior cornerback Julian Whigham’s starting spot wasn’t guaranteed at Atlantic Coast Conference Media Day in July. For the first time all season, Whigham’s role was significantly reduced on Saturday against then-No. 25 Pittsburgh as he played at safety on third-down packages.“Productivity on game day, or lack thereof,” Shafer said, “is probably the biggest component when we make those decisions.”After an offseason in which Whigham transformed his lifestyle, he was beat several times downfield throughout the first half of the season. On Syracuse’s (3-4, 1-2 ACC) depth chart for its upcoming game against No. 17 Florida State (6-1, 4-1) Whigham was bumped to the backup cornerback spot as redshirt freshman Cordell Hudson moved up to start alongside sophomore Corey Winfield.Whigham recorded seven total tackles and two pass breakups on Sept. 12 against Wake Forest, but in the last five games, he’s had eight tackles and no breakups. Meanwhile, Hudson has recorded eight tackles in the past three games and a pass breakup against Virginia as his role has steadily increased.“(Hudson)’s progressively gotten better with everything he’s done and he’s been productive in practice,” Shafer said.AdvertisementThis is placeholder textShafer also said playing Whigham at safety, a position he played at Dwyer (Florida) High School, partially had to do with redshirt freshman Rodney Williams being injured with a lower-body injury in the past two games.“When you have a guy that can play multiple positions, it goes a long way,” Shafer said, “and he’s shown that ability mentally to do those things so we felt it would be a good fit.” Commentscenter_img Related Stories Chuck Bullough: Coaching staff discussing future use of Julian WhighamScott Shafer doesn’t guarantee senior Julian Whigham will start at cornerbackJulian Whigham says he’s been 1 of SU’s best players despite inconsistent performanceCordell Hudson hopes to add depth at cornerback following redshirt seasonHis Balllast_img read more

BKFC: Iranian Hulk is set to make his debut in Bare Knuckle Fighting Championship in 2020

first_imgAlso Read- Charles Oliveira Brags About Winning Future UFC Fight With Khabib NurmagomedovAlso Read- UFC: Nate Diaz Roasted By Former British Champion With Mike Tyson Reference Post UFC 244 Raj Sarkar Also Read- UFC Nate Diaz: Fighter’s Salary, Net Worth And Next UFC FightBKFC: Iranian Hulk in social mediaSajad Gharibi a.k.a ‘Iranian Hulk’ gained a lot of popularity on his social media handle. The giant-sized human stunned netizens with his Instagram photos and workout visuals on YouTube. Take a look at his pictures before seeing him inside the cage. LIVE TV SUBSCRIBE TO US First Published: 19th November, 2019 20:30 IST Written By ” He’s literally our biggest signing we’ve ever had. But he’s going to make his way over to Bare Knuckle Fighting Championship, he’s gonna make a home here, and we expect really, really big things from ‘The Iranian Hulk.” said Bare Knuckle Fighting Championship President in an interview Last Updated: 19th November, 2019 20:30 IST BKFC: Iranian Hulk Is Set To Make His Debut In Bare Knuckle Fighting Championship In 2020 Sajad Gharib a.k.a The Iranian Hulk has been signed by the Bare Knuckle Fighting Championship and he is set to debut in early 2020. Know how it happened. COMMENT WATCH US LIVE It is a “Big Man’s Show” and Bare Knuckle Fighting took it really seriously by signing the Iranian Hulk in their roster. Sajad Gharibi is a powerlifter from Ahwaz, Iran who has gained popularity on social media due to his massive physique. The 27-year-old is 6’2” in height with a weight of 175 kilos. After being a successful powerlifter, the ‘Iranian Hulk’ has made his move to combat sports by signing a deal with one of the largest emerging combat sports promotion – Bare Knuckle Fighting Championship.Also Read- UFC: Ex-fighter Jason Knight Embarrassed Over Old Bathroom Brawl Video Going ViralBare Knuckle Fighting Championship: Iranian Hulk’s BKFC DebutThe gigantic man will be making his debut in early 2020. It is scary to think that Sajad Gharibi is going to throw punches without any gloves. Bare Knuckle Fighting Championship President David Feldman thinks that the ‘Iranian Hulk’ is a massive signing for his promotion and believes that he is going to make it big in BKFC. Sajad Gharibi has never fought in a combat sport but he is popular and he will definitely garner a lot of eyes for his BKFC fight. BKFC is planning to host a show titled “USA vs Iran: World WAR III” and President Feldman believes that the ‘Iranian Hulk’ might make his debut on that card. BKFC is yet to announce a date for Iranian Hulk’s debut but it is expected to be in early 2020. FOLLOW US WE RECOMMEND 9 months ago UFC: Ex-fighter Jason Knight embarrassed over old bathroom brawl video going virallast_img read more