By MICK HOLIEN
Did you happen to catch that there was a Roullier drafted last week in the National Football League.
Yes even though the family dropped the first i, he is related to Tim Ryan Rouillier, Nashville and St Ignatius’ own who soon will bring his symphonic presentation, Play Me Montana, June 17 at the Dennison Theater.
Chase Roullier, the son of an old bowling buddy Mark who lived in Missoula a few years back, was drafted No. 199 in the sixth round by the Redskins, who traded up to get the 300 pounder.
A four year starter at Wyoming, Chase measurers 6-4, 312, runs a 5.5, and is evaluated as having a high football IQ.
That’s not his only IQ as he has a degree in mechanic engineering from Laramie after attending high school in Minnesota.
He played guard for the Cowboys his sophomore and junior season only moving to the center position last year where he spent time on the Outland Trophy list emblematic as the nation’s top offensive lineman.
Head coach Jay Gruden told redskins blog he didn’t expect Roullier to unseat the starter at center but sees a bright future.
At guard and center his last two college season he allowed but 14 hurries allowing but 28 pressures his entire career.
He was the second highest ranked college guard as a junior and stood ninth as a senior with almost a 99 percent pass block third- down efficiency.
Recognized for size and strength, his only negative might be small hands.
Moving to my printer watch. Ok I am back on line with a four prong Samsung. The only problem was I could have swore it came without an ink cartridge so dutifully ordered one but much to my dismay under further examination the found it deep inside the machine after waiting four days for another to arrive.
So far so good although I haven’t tried wireless, scan, copy and the like.
It still does irritate me that you are required to print out your own guide to discover how everything works.
Wayne Hogan was his raucous self at last week’s awards banquet featuring the Ray Rocene and Eddie Chinske and high school awards in the banquet’s 59th year.
Hey remind me to tell you when I took the first date to the stag affair back in the 80s.
The old guard just wasn’t pleased but so much has changed and being the new guy in town, why not make it right?