They are either using reverse psychology or reverse-reverse psychology. Either way, I don't like it.
Wow that's amazing to see them switch assignments so easily without any verbal communication. Means they must be practicing that play well.
I hate Bert, but that OL and running game is nasty. I guess I have to shift expectations from enjoying his winless SEC streak to rooting for his team to be .500 and enjoying Arkansas ruin other SEC teams' title dreams.
Hey Kyle, any idea why Vannett and Elliot switched blocking roles between the two plays. Is that part of the initial play call from the coaches or is it something they do depending on the formation they see from the defense?
Loved how he attacked the route on a 3rd and medium throw at Minnesota. Knew the guy was gonna sit down at the sticks. Drove out of his backpedal and slapped the ball away. Perfect.
I don't want to see anything coming out of the Woody.
Only want him back on the team if his personal issues (any addictions or whatever) are resolved. The kid and his education should be the first priority. The game will be there once he gets that squared away. Hope to see him in S&G again.
Yeah awkward situation where Baylor has the better loss, but it happens to be against the team they are being compared with. So if it were me and both teams had an even record at the end of the year, Id flip em.
Yeah, I think MSU is an overrated 4 and FSU is an overrated 3 (but I can't argue with undefeated, so they deserve to be there right now. I jsut think they are vulnerable). I think Oregon is a solid 2, but they somehow always manage to blow it and play worse than they are at crunch time. Would love to see them play Bama. I can't really buy in to any of the Big 12 teams.
I'm with you man. But I think that if neither team loses again, Baylor may get flipped with TCU if TCU keeps winning close like against Kansas and Baylor keeps blowing the doors off people.
Glad you pointed out how close the two out routes were together. Terrible spacing by the two receivers created that INT.
It looked like the receiver was open for a split second between the two safeties, but most college QBs don't have the ability to anticipate and by the time they throw to what they see, the picture has already changed. That's what happened to Leidner.
Yeah, replacing OL is like teaching Euchre. I can teach one new guy if the other three players know what they're doing. But teaching 2 or more at once? Forget about it! It takes time to learn and gel and man is it beautiful when everything comes together!
"I don't really know what I need to work on," McCall said laughing. "I don't think right now I have many weaknesses on the football field. I need to talk to my coach and find out what he thinks I need to focus on."
If it were me, I would ask the top flight college coaches who are recruiting me what they think I should be working on.
That's what I did when I wanted to up my posting skillz on 11W.
Moved the pocket side to side. Designed quick passes. Didnt try to force the run like the past.
Loved that JT didnt hesitate with his throws. And how bout the O Line?!
Protect the ball on offense. Hit screens and swing passes. Don't underthrow your deep balls (JT can't hesitate on his deep throws).
On defense, stay disciplined in the pass rush lanes. DB's don't blow your assignments and DON'T DROP any INT'S!!
Thank you. I was going to ask what Frog Coffee meant? Old guy moment.
When their class was recruited, I thought Adolphus would be a bigger impact player than Se'Von Pittman or Noah Spence. I was right for all the wrong reasons. Glad that the coaching staff has recruited the hell out of the defensive line. If one of the guys goes down for a quarter or a week, it's next guy up.
I just hope the OL continues to grow and add depth. I'd be really worried if a starting OL went down this year. This game is going to be a real test for how far the OL has come. Was disappointed in the PSU showing.
That was cold. And they backed it up with the W. I think all the energy PSU burned on the Bucks left 'em with a hangover this week.
Yeah, the Head Linesman was the MVP that night. He got 12 Buckeye Leafs to put on his hat!
I love lamp.
There is nothing like being there at the game and seeing that blitzing LB. I'm thinking: "better change protection to block him"....And then, Dalton does a naked bootleg RIGHT INTO THE GUY?!?! And then he doesn't tuck the ball away, just holds it out there for ANYONE to take. C'mon Man!
After reading the article, I am encouraged that media outlets are making a stand against this obvious conflict of interest. The author did a great job pulling specific examples and facts to support what we have been complaining about for years.
The only thing I don't agree with is when the author compares the Jameis Winston coverage with other players. Winston is a Heisman trophy winner who had a chance to win a second. He is going to get more coverage and clicks than a tight end or a QB of a team that he beat in the NCG last year (Nick Marshall). Especially since his team is ranked so high and is undefeated.
I want to mention how amazing it was to watch a defense play to stop the WR screens. And then to have the safeties be ready for the screen fakes. I love this defense so much more than last year's. Great execution aside from Eli Apple not getting his head around to find the ball on a couple of deep throws. (One was a catch and one was a PI).
I see what the author means about TCU. Their one loss is to a solid Auburn team, and TCU looked pretty dangerous in that game. They did lose at home, which isn't good for appearances.
As far as the SEC West goes, I will repeat what I have been typing for the past month: the SEC West will eat itself alive. There are no great teams, just a bunch of really good teams. And guess who lost earliest in the schedule? That's right, Alabama.