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By Andrew P. Napolitano
Fourth Amendment says Obama is not at liberty to collect metadata
Independent voices from the The Washington Times Communities
Topic - Jerry Rosburg
Torrey Smith knew he would be drafted. It was only a matter of when and which team would pick the speedy wide receiver.
The Who had barely finished their halftime show, highlighted by their rock anthem "Won't Get Fooled Again," when the New Orleans Saints pulled off the best trick in last February's Super Bowl.
"Any time you're looking at college receivers, you want to see how they play at receiver," Rosburg said.
"That play's existed for quite a while," Rosburg says. "I don't think just because the Saints pulled it off that it's going to start a trend. The risk/reward really hasn't changed. People have run the onside kick, that was just the biggest one because it's on the biggest stage."