Pigging backing on a Bleacher Report article (see below for full article)... As CTG continues to evolve his defense to the college game the hybrid defender becomees more apart of his design. Current defense will have: -Jarvis Jones as the all in one hybrid. Rush the pasher, cover in space, and stretch the run. -Sanders Cummings is a CB/SS split. -C. Washington and Ray Drew are big OLB/DE. -Malcolm Mitchell looks to take the Boykin role and play the nickle corner who can come play around the line for run support as well. There are more qualified to discuss X's and O's than I but what about Josh Harvey Clemmons to compliment Jarvis Jones and be able to play on 3rd down? He can play more of a SS in the box while being able to cover the athletic TE similar to Jarvis. http://bleacherreport.com/articles/1254214-2012-college-football-the-hybrid-defender-is-seeing-his-role-explode?utm_source=newsletter&utm_medium=newsletter&utm_campaign=georgia-bulldogs-football If you made it this far and have practiced law, know someone who has,or just have an opinion feel free to give your $0.02 on this issue. I am a customer of Directv and as you may know they are in negotiations with Viacom...most imporant is Comedy Central. Viacom has blacked out their channels while the two sides come to an agreement. My question is this...if Directv can remove channels during a contract between the customer and expect the same pay why would there still be a cancellation fee charged to the customer? There has to be something with a 3rd party effecting the customer. Guess I'll miss the Daily Show and the Colbert Report for a while.