I love football.
Thanks. Wondered the same.
Stay healthy and perform as a senior and he'll be playing big time ball somewhere.
True, though a Hilliard Davidson alumnus definitely earned a football scholarship while on campus!
Please drop to 12. Please drop to 12. Please drop to 12. Please drop to 12. Please drop to 12.
Stick with what we do best: use our 3-headed rushing attack to slowly beat them into submission, while utilizing our short passing game to frustrate them. If that doesn't work, have Cam pin them deep in their own territory and let the Bullets do their thing.
My fear with doing what you suggested is that we're essentially telling the young men that we don't have a lot of faith in what they've done all season to get to this point in the playoffs. If the "new plan" doesn't work, we've shot ourselves in the foot. Just my $.02
Right, that crossed my mind too. But just imagining our current CB rotation with Roby added in... wow
Offense wasn't a part of the question, I don't think, but I'm with you on Smith, Brown and Fragel.
Don't think I'd take Barnett over Webb though.
Have to assume he meant 2013, since the 2012 team didn't face Clemson.
I'd have to assume Michael Bennett is definitely starting, with Joey Bosa, Adolphus Washington, and Noah Spence rotating in on the D-Line. On top of that, I'm not sure which DB would get the boot from this team, but Roby would certainly take snaps away from someone.
Shazier is a given.
Said the same thing while watching the highlight. Definitely Boom Jr.
So, we redshirted the nation's best punter in the 2016 class, will be signing the nation's best kicker in the 2017 class, and also have the nation's best offensive AND defensive players in there too.
Fair enough. Never been a big fan of ranking "at the time," as opposed to end of the season ranking, but to each his own.
7-1 against ranked teams in his career.
For the record, I'm not an anti-JT guy (far from it), but didn't he lose to MSU last year and PSU this year?
Also, nice article... love the Slashies!
Couldn't help but notice that Malik Hooker is a 1st teamer, and none of the Thorpe finalists made either 1st or 2nd team (outside of kick returning)... hmmm...
I think calling him a weapon on offense is also a reach. 4 carries for 4 yards is a very, very dull and boring weapon.
Landon was 1/2 Corey Brown did
targetblock the shit out of Ragland halfway through, but stop being a baby, it was this hit that destroyed your shoulder.
Pretty low of Evan Spencer to stoop to that level and block Reggie Ragland so hard.
And, the nerve of Cardale Jones to hit Collins when he couldn't have possibly seen him coming!!
Unfortunately, I think that our "Clearly we were one of the best 4 teams last year" moments weren't shown until Ann Arbor and the Fiesta Bowl. Had we performed similarly to those games for the bulk of the season, then I'm on board with that comment.
Clearly a no-call misdirection from the refs to keep everywhere oblivious to OSU rigging the game!
Well, Lee did have more yards and TDs on that single play than Bo Dever did in his entire college career...
I'd have to go with Troy for what he did in 3 consecutive seasons, but let's not forget the OG who first made beating M*chigan the cool thing to do...
I don't believe he led us in tackles in a season, but he did finish his first full season with 6 INTs, so he wasn't exactly a slouch there either. I, too, remember Bell a bit differently than the OP. I think most school's would kill to have had a Vonn Bell in their secondary... we've been blessed with a Bell and now a Hooker.
Oh, for sure... my point was simply that if those things were to happen, we'd basically be sitting pretty. You know, assuming we go in and crush TSUN next weekend.