Better than me, I draw my pepper line at Doctor...
I for one have been waiting anxiously for the offense to attain the lofty "co Ingrid" level...
"Yeah, the administration gave these out as a token of appreciation to all of the coaches who don't behave like a horse's rear end, and I thought I'd show mine off. You might not want to bring this up during the Big 10 media day for men's basketball. Just sayin..."
We don't know what we have in Weber. What I do know is that the dropoff from the Teflon Wizard to either Ball or Dunn is precipitous. So I agree that Samuel is the best option that we are aware of right now to sub for Zeke. But I want to see Weber as soon as he's ready. If for some reason, and I hate to consider it, Zeke is out for a period of time, I'd rather know what we have in Weber instead of forcing him into the fire out of necessity. I don't think Samuel can handle 20 carries a game at TB and I don't want to riding into the playoffs with Dunn & Ball as our only depth in that scenario. Not to mention, as a poster mentioned above, Weber isn't bloody likely to stick around 4 years, let alone 5.
The lack of depth at RB is disturbing. No one besides Zeke gets meaningful snaps. Hoping a healthy Webber is at least part of the solution.
And I wish Mr Campbell would settle down a bit. He seems to be making errors based on trying to do too much from my observation. I love his effort, but it's at the expense of costly miscues. I have no doubt he'll eventually figure things out, just hoping it's sooner than later.
If Thom Yorke has taught me anything, it's that 2 + 2 = 5. So maybe you're right after all.