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.
I will admit that this was actually funny and clever. I will say that everyone has a hard game and Jalin is doing well, relatively, for his first full year playing wide receiver and returning punts. The dude was a quarterback his entire high school career and is still adjusting.
Well, you have to get some kinda redemption after all of those loses this week
Well, you clearly have forgotten the go ahead win against Wisconsin in 2011 so I think someone should remind you
Thanks, well in that case, he is still shitty bc his tight end has one catch and their offense isn't looking too great
You mean it was a competitive loss. It shows how strong the SEC is. That was the best scoreless effort from a team I have seen this season
Wait... did you just quote yourself?
Yeah it definitely looked like he dove to try to avoid hitting him
Well, I think you can blame them for being jittery and inexperienced, but thry don't suck. They pretty much controlled the line of scrimmage the entire first half. Only time they showed their weaknesses was when Penn State put 8 on the line and confused them
Let's be realistic, when the offense is having 4 and outs every drive of the second half and you give the ball to an offense that is half decent, of course they are going to score. They attacked us at our weakest point but that doesn't mean we are weak.
Already projected to be a better passer than Bauserman. Maybe Fickell and Bollman will start him over Braxton too
That sounds like Yahoo's comments
Birm, my question to you is are the coaches on staff willing to take TG over Haskins?
I agree with the other poster, Lee has a whole year to redshirt. Also, When Shazier came in, he had only played defensive end in high school and was too undersized to play it in college. He had to come from a position where all he had to do was rush and react to read and react. You also have to look at the fact that the cupboard was empty, there were no upperclassmen playing well when Shazier came in, Sabino was coming off his redshirt, and there was a lack any coaching with all of the turmoil. Only difference between the d-line now and then is this line is actually athletic.
I think Eli's problem is he relies too much on his athletic abilities to make plays, which is why he's always out of place. He isn't that fast or quick so its hard for him to makeup ground. But overall, he is a good corner and I expect him to continue learning himself and the college football game. When that happens, he is going to be a top-5 or top-10 corner
Hackenberg is overrated. His is hit or miss in terms of performance. He has all of the power and makes the right throws, but he also throws like 2 picks a game and makes many questionable throws (which are usually picked off). As long as there is a hand in Hackenberg's face, expect him to throw about 2 picks.
For all of those making the Shazier comparisons, I find it a bit hard to compare them. To me, Shazier was a pure linebacker or defensive who had the size and speed of a safety. His speed and instincts allowed him to secure the field and make plays whenever he pleased. With Lee, he isn't really a pure linebacker in my eyes. Lee is more of a safety in a linebacker role. Though they have similar size, Lee's aggression is subtle. For example, what Shazier would do is explode though the line and blow up whoever had the ball. Lee, on the other hand, is usually a step or two behind where Shazier would have been but breaks down and makes his powerful hits like they are open-field tackles
Stoops won't be there in 2017
I didn't know Brady Hoke was a Florida fan. Must be his next job
Well, Wilson has all of those qualities but he isn't as good as Harvin. He has speed but doesn't have breakaway speed. He has vision but doesn't have the ability to bust long runs. He is shifty but isn't going to break anyone's ankles. I think he develops into a more complete player but I don't think he will ever become a Harvin type player
I have to think that he's UK's to lose. He is being sold on being the star back in UK's air raid offense, which is nothing because the probably will make him more of a glorified receiver. Also, he has attended a ton of games this year and they have put up some very good showings against the declining SEC East teams. The team is up and coming and runs a scheme that is built to put up incredible numbers on offense, which of course excites the crowd and that affects the recruits. He also stated that being close to home is very important to him.