keep commenting stuff like this and you will end up in the 11W Hall of Fame
I'm guessing the italics didn't show up. It was meant as a joke and pure sarcasm. I only needed to see 4 minutes of his film to notice that he is an incredible talent.
I agree with the other poster, this isn't remotely close. Harris has popped off multiple 4.3's at combines. And if Webber runs a 4.4, that means most of those linebackers and players catching him in his highlight run 4.3's-to 4.4's
Well, I will say, I think there are huge gaps in certain areas. Webber is a power back and plays like on. He is stockier and shorter and lacks the top end speed like Harris. I think of Webber as a Mark Ingram type of back or a Trent Richardson. He is purely physical and has great vision but probably won't break many runs where he is flat our burning people. Harris is a speed back and has great vision also. I think a big question mark with Harris is his level of competition. It is hard to gauge how talented his is because he plays against scrubs. But, based on tape, I think the national recruiting agencies got it right
Not happening, no knock on Greene but isn't that good. He is tall and that's about it
Really? I read in multiple places that Stump is only 6'1.5"
Just based on that video alone, I see absolutely no reason why Norwood isn't a 5-star or a high 4-star prospect. He plays for a prestigious high school and against very good competition. His awareness and ball skills are very unique and incredibly advanced for someone his age. He reminds me a lot of Bradley Roby with his hitting ability and ball skills.
Cardale has the strongest arm that we have seen in recent history. That can be shown in his highlight take. The good thing about having an arm that strong and a fast wideout like Devin is it makes the defense play deep, which opens up the running game.
Burrow is more of a dual threat. He isn't a TP or Braxton type of dual threat but he can make plays with his feet. I think most people see his high school numbers and think he is a pro-style.
Wow, one of the best Fickell posts I have seen on here in a while. People are quick to talk about what he hasn't done but always ignore what he has.
Well, I think if you want a TP, Braxton, JT kinda qb then Guarantano may be the one. He seems to be very athletic and runs really well. He has the ability to spread the field, but his passing plays are limited in his highlights and his numbers are short. Haskins, to me, isn't a dual threat at all. He looks slower than JT Barrett but throws a very good ball. I wouldn't say either of them are better because the difference between the #50 and #250 prospect in the nation are a few hairs but a Haskins would be more of a pure passer.
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Only reason he isn't banned anymore is bc Double Jeopardy is something that is banned in the new CBA. So, technically he after Goodell effed up, he should have only been suspended for the 2 games. But, justice will be served bc no team will be willing to be in the same room as him
I think if Urban hadn' come, we would be half the team ee are today. We would have stuck with traditional pro-style offense with decent, but not great coaches. A huge part of our team's success has been Urban's ability to bring it big named coaches with great resumes. He is the only coach in CFB today that has the ability to put together an all-star coaching staff with potential HC's coaching almost every position. It has been that way since his florida days
I think you must also add that we have been playing the exact same teams, if not worst teams. We have drastically improved since last year. And if you also think that we lost 2 safeties who were 4 year starters and a 1st round draft pick at corner, we should definitely keep both coaches around.
That is if they transfer to another D1 school. When you find a D1 school they can transfer to and get significant playing time, i will give you my first born
They haven't play significant time here in a very long time. Why wouldn't they have transferred years ago if they were sick of riding the bench? As I said to other posters, I am not saying they didn't decide to leave on their own. I saying that now, everyone is suddenly supportive of getting rid of players who aren't contributing. When February comes and TAMU and Tennessee has another 35 recruit class, these same people will be complaining about how releasing players of their scholarships shouldn't be allowed
No, the delusion isn't claiming to know things. I was arguing with all of these people suddenly loving the idea of released players to give their scholarships to some commit. Releasing means they were released of their scholarship, even when you transfer, you have to be released of your scholarship, which is why I used "released" and not "cut"
Well, why would they stay so far? They have been career backups since they got here and even slipped off the depth chart at a point. Why would they wait until their very last year to possibly play somewhere when they could have left earlier to a school may actually play them earlier?
I'm was finishing up a resume. But, I'm here so you can downvote me to oblivion now.
But, to address Carter and Underwood thing, we all want the best players on the team right? I agree that we want the absolute best on the team in order to compete. Yes, but do you just cut underperforming players? Was that the language in their scholarships when they signed? I am not saying that they didn't decide to leave on their own, but I am saying that that our fans have quickly changed their position on the idea of releasing players of their scholarship since we last heard. Every February we griped about SEC teams signing 25+ players despite only having 19 scholarships open. Now, when our class out number our scholarships, we suddenly think it's alright? I guess I am a little upset by the fact that many knowledgeable and respected fans who once posted against this is now all for it when it benefits us.
That's nothing. Show him a football player who hasn't taken a pic with Lisa Ann and it will surprise him
I would say we need to play with consistency and together. If you watch OSU play this season, you notice that every game, a different unit of the defense plays completely different from how it played the week before. One week, the linebackers are terrific, the next they are subpar. Josh Perry has been pretty good all season but we suspect last game. Same for our wideouts and d-line. When Bosa is down, Bennett is up. When Bennett is down, Bosa is up. If everyone played on full blast, we are the best team in the nation
I would assume the same thing we do every year. Last year we held him to 74 yards on 15 carries. The year before that, our defense was completely horrible and we held Wisky to 206 yards. I think Melvin Gordon is overrated in my opinion and pretty much the same as Monte Ball and John Clay. I think Corey Clement, the smaller and shiftier back, is a bigger worry to us.