Those that forget their history are doomed to repeat it.
I also think Coach Marotti has a lot to do with the O line development. I remember the lineman we had during the Bollman years and they didn't look like what we have now. It seems like there must be a much greater focus on keeping them a bit lighter which I think helps them in several ways. Between the two coaches our O line is light years better than we have had in a long time.
No they, much like their daddies should have, pulled out of it.
What has that good program ever won?
You are much more forgiving than I. As soon as I see his name attached to something I instantly assume it will be a big steaming pile and won't waste my money.
Yes he was. I would say that he will be lucky to be able to stay a student.
I hadn't seen that in years. Interesting fact, the last guy that The Baabarian killed had Buckeye ties. His name is Gary Berry. You may remember his son a pretty fair safety named Gary Berry.
So you are a fan of the atrocious things Maryland wears?
How nice would it be to flip a fat Bielema commit?
I'm sure somebody already said Devin Smith for 134 yards but I'm much too lazy to check.
I am pretty sure they said the call was confirmed, which meant there was clear video evidence to support the call.
Just to clarify, I never said it was anything like O-H-I-O. You mentioned the Black Keys so I posted the song which you were not aware of. It was obvious that you knew nothing about the Black Keys because you said as much. I have heard O-H-I-O but not really having done any remixing myself I would have a hard time seeing something being done with it.
Not sure if you are aware but since you brought them up.
The best part was the homeless guy with the shopping bag and the ugly jacket trying to act tough after his buddy ran away.
I have to try very hard not to respond to this kind of idiocy. I will say that Clemson was founded by a bunch of people who tired of the "uppity elitists at University of South Carolina".
They are always staying put until they aren't. He would have to hedge his bets until a deal is signed. It's just part of the game I guess.
I don't think they will go in the toilet but they will take a huge hit in this year's recruiting class. They still have nice facilities and deep pocketed alumni/boosters to help attract a good coach. I would not want to be in charge of that search committee though. I would think that the coaching pool would be pretty limited just based on the precarious situation that program is in. It would have to be exactly the right fit to continue their road to recovery without hitting a major pothole in the road.
Al Golden? There would be a hire to make to keep the NCAA on your side.
The only thing I would say to that is that the bowl records for your conference are somewhat important in that they help to shape the perception of your conference. With only a four team playoff in place for the foreseeable future I have to think we would need to run the table to get involved with it next year. There will be no margin for error next year. The unfortunate fact is that perception of our conference feeds into perception of our schedule. Perception of our schedule will feed into whether or not we get into a playoff. We all know a win against Virginia Tech will not be looked at in as positive a light as it did for Alabama.
I almost fell out of my chair I laughed so hard.
Hahahahahahaha! I love it. That is out IdioT's answer for everything too.
I almost choked I laughed so hard at the "crapness washes over me like a bad fart" comment. Nicely done gameboy. Nicely done.
The point as I understood it was that coaches don't give players their personalities and traits. They have a very limited time to mold these guys. In the case of Lewan when he got tired of getting his ass kicked up and down the field he resorted to the dirty stuff. The point I think you are trying to make is that it is Brady Hogg's fault that Lewan did what he did. If so do you blame Tress for Robert Reynolds choking the guy from Wisconsin?