I was ejected for disorderly conduct and then they found alcohol when they brought me out but I wasn't arrested thank god
Ahmir Mitchell will not be in this class. We won't get Corley, and even if we don't get NCM or Victor, we won't take Mitchell. He is a college linebacker.
Switch Warrior and Pryts in your safeties. Recruiting rankings and the staff's opinion on recruits varies sometimes
Either fits with his high school schedule like the other poster said, and it could also show legitimate interest. He's not just coming to see a prime game.
That'd be cool if somehow he transferred here and tore it up during the Michigan game this year
Has to be Penn State, I see the other three, especially VaTech and MSU as single digit wins. VT's D will be scary good
We could already have a silent boom
They know that at the core of every successful offense is the OL, and in order to have a superb OL, you over recruit at the position and bring in classes of 4-6 OL every year
I just want Victor and Bruce at WR
EDIT: And Grimes and DPJ in 2017, anyone else, I'm good with
OSU > Clemson
Bama > TCU
OSU > Bama
B1GCG: OSU 48 - Minnesota 17
What about Aaron Hansford at LB? Is it Caleb Kelly and pretty much no one else besides a surprise 5 star talent if that comes up later?
Probably equivalent to peak Boise State. New Year's Eve bowl game
His answer will be that there isn't a DT that we're getting for sure at this point but that the current visit with Jackson will probably help a lot with our recruitment of him going forward
It's like LBJ vs MJ. You can't really compare because of the parity and level of athlete in college football nowadays. But if Woody coached now I feel like Urban would win
Does Shaun Wade project at safety? I know the staff loves taller corners, but with Williamson and L. Wade at 5-10, unless they have a massive growth spurt there's no way they can play safety.
If they land L. Wade would they just focus on players like Okudah, Pryor, Ford or other tall DBs that can play either like Gibbs?
Damn I almost forgot about Rod Smith. Wonder how we would've done with him along Zeke
Try to think of it in a positive light, at least there are now two weeks where we now know he can't get seriously injured :)
I think you meant Greene/Judson in the slot
2.18% under Meyer last year and 1.56% under Tressel in 2010. I assumed 14 fumbles a season under Tressel which is just an average of the three season, when in fact it was probably 12-16, so a range of 1.34-1.79%.
I voted yes, but are we voting based on the overall team - players, coaches, culture, talent, etc - or solely the players themselves?
WR: Mack, NCM
DL: Nick Bosa, Rashan Gary
TE: Luke Farrell
LB: Caleb Kelly
DB: Andrew Pryts, Damar Hamlin, Jordan Fuller
OT: Prince Sammons
I'm sure this won't happen, but I'd be ecstatic. I'm betting on the staff taking 25 or more again this year. My only thinking is that they wouldn't and then bring in a huge 2017 class with the talent they're in on.
Also, keep in mind that against a lot of OOC and B1G teams, we scored pretty fast and at will, so you have to account for that. The stat should be adjusted for snaps per game divided by total offensive minutes per game.
You can definitely look back at CFB and see trends, but using those trends to predict the future of CFB is way off. You can make very general predictions based on trends like the teams playing for Nattys/in the playoffs will be blue-bloods (OSU, FSU, Bama, LSU, etc), but not for specific teams. If that were the case, Michigan would have turned around by now, because the trend for a blue-blood is that it will turn around sooner than later. Most people can predict that OSU won't win a natty this year, because the trend is that winning back to back is extremely difficult. However, you can't account for the fact that our coach is one of the best CFB has ever seen.
Using trends to make predictions works sometimes, but shouldn't be relied upon to make predictions (at least in real life, non-scientific situations).