Les Miles and LSU just got off the phone with Michigan and apparently LSU has voted to offer York a scholarship
Good, your offer is committable, but we are still gonna shop it around a bit
Well, in all honestly, you can look at our line and point out our lack of experience and questions. Outside of Decker and Lindsay, we have one other person who has started a game at the college level. And we still don't have a starter at 2 of our 5 positions.
I'm beyond creeped out
To be honest, I have seen Greene play in person and I am not too impressed. He has great size but that isn't enough to really make have an impact (Ex: TY Williams). Tight end may be an option but he has a very thin and wiry frame so it will be hard to see him packing on another 20-40 lbs to make that transition.
I agree, there are grown men out there tweeting high schoolers like they are best friends. I understand you caring about your team and having the best players but tweeting a kid is a little obsessive. Imagine if you had thousands of grown men constantly contact your teen
Wasn't Applewhite the one who got caught Bobby Petrino-ing a student?
Lane Kiffin disagrees... If you son waits any longer, he may not have a spot in the class
I really like the move back. He has great range and awareness, which would almost be a waste at tight end. I also think with the performance at Linebacker and Safety last year warrants much more of a need on the defense than at Tight End
Well, if you are purely considering talent, then Beanie. Beanie was one of the most talented backs of the decade in my opinion. But productivity would have to be Hyde. Beanie was injured way too much and wasn't really a receiving threat if I can remember correctly.
I wouldn't consider anything in Toledo safe... I'm pretty sure that "algal bloom" was just the Ann Arbor's lost hope for the season
He is too busy paying for Derrick Henry's car... And hopefully a new hairline
Anyone who decommits from OSU clearly doesn't have the intelligence to get into Stanford
I heard he persued his second career as Jonah Hill
Right now, I would think its OSU bs Auburn. Auburn has Queen already committed but he isn't the typical Auburn qb, so their situation is a lot like ours. Marshall and Braxton are seniors with question marks behind them in the depth chart
Second thought = should I move to Ohio after I commit?
So... I guess they won't get Holland either. Commitment these days are like random Tinder hookups.
Heuerman is now a top-5 tightend because there are a lot of unprovens. But, no knock against Heuerman, but Stoney was a way bigger receiving threat. He wasn't as physical as Heuerman, but he had all of the tools to make him a great receiving tightend
Well, all of those pitbulls better watch out because Michael Vick is still in the area
Is it Cam Williams or Tommy Brown... ¿Illuminati?
Well, I want to say that our 2001-2002 line was very good. That Florida line was nothing short of ridiculous. The not only stopped teams, they took over games the way a superstar receiver or running back would.
To say Heuerman is a tap 50 player is pretty much crazy. Heuerman is a good player but there are a select few tightends who are amongst the top 100 players in college. Heuerman isn't as good of a tightend as Stoneburner was and he was nowhere near the top 50 players in the nation
Leonard Fournette is like a 25 year old freshman. He is pretty much a professional running back
This kid is gonna be a big time recruit... Don't be surprised when he has offers from SEC powerhouses like Bama, Georgia... And Kentucky
But.... Why when Kentucky is going to win the national championship this year?