From 2007. The year after it took place and gameday was there.
I am not saying you...but I think a lot of people are confused about bad angles. You have to take and inside out route to the back hip to prevent a cut back in the open field. Which sometimes can leave you a bit susceptible to maybe getting ran by if you under estimate the opponents speed.
Are you trying to hit on me?
I want to be an OSU practice ref!
To be fair. The samething was said by D-linemen when the went from Coach Vrabel to Coach Johnson. I think we are happy with those results. Multiple ways to coach and motivate.
Your 1/11th means exactly that! Who do you think the other 10/11ths are? That's how you make 1...with 11/11ths as a team execute. But before you worry about what everyone else is doing...you have to execute your 1/11th. I love this mantra. Eliminates excuses...do your job!
Breaking news...Brionte Dunn kicked off the team!
Doesn't change that he should have stayed...been a feature in the young OSU offense. Received a much larger contract with more guarantees. Obviously we hope he made the right decision and maybe all the doubt was the chip he needed.
Knowledge is knowing more downs means more touches, wisdom is understanding it's too obvious to post.
Sounds like your ball sack looks like a deflated flamingo. Might want to go get that checked out.
Or choke on the 12th. Haha.
that's what she said.
The running joke is...
Now the Giants have 2 Eli's on the team that specialize in interceptions!
But he ran a horrendous 4.57 at the combine.
i don't know where this guy gets his numbers. But that's not a bad number for a WR that size.
40% of the top 10 receivers last year in the NFL were 4.5+ 40 times.
gray or grey?
Plenty of tackles move inside to guard at the NFL level. Alex Boone, Robert Gallery, Leonard Davis and so on. Average height of those 3 is 6'7. Basically in an ideal world top level tackles would play every position on the offensive line. Just hard to find that level of size and talent for 5 positions.
Sounds like a choice to me.
Does an individual player really bring in that much money at a place like OSU? I understand an RGIII or Manziel basically making teams relevant are almost priceless. But doesn't every starting QB not named Bauserman sell a ton of jerseys/becomes famous. After JT graduates, don't you think the next guy will sell a ton of jerseys. Is OSU hurt when they miss on a Kareem Walker? Or will whoever the next starting RB be sell a lot of jerseys. Point is we have a system in place that makes you famous.
It's pretty simple actually if you think about it. It's very similar to most companies have you sign a conflict of interest clause. The company/school wants to profit on your fame. Fame that they own while you use their platform they provide to become famous. I'm not saying it's a perfect system at all. It has many flaws. But what NCAA athletes face is not that far away from what everyone in the working world faces. And we all ultimately get to make that choice on whether or not to work there. In a perfect world they would create an NFL developmental/minor league. And just really see who is famous. The school....or the player.
It was deleted. So I couldn't read what he had written. I was more or less stating there the bigger difference is when Jim Tressel tweets and its reported. That's not as much a comment as a reporting. hope I explained it better this time.
are you actually confused by this? I didn't read what you wrote so I don't know what was said or the context it was said in. But to compare what you commented to what Jim Tressel tweeted blows my mind. Yours was a comment, hence commenting policy. If Jim Tressel said something racist in a tweet. Do you think they would report it and post it? But would that then give you the right to be racist in your commenting? I can only assume that the answer is...no.
With 40% of his catches going for TDs.
Point is...sue him for not reading the hurry up then. Thank you for making that point.