Texas a&m. Some good receivers to go with some solid QB talent and a revamped D.
I think people are worrying too much about who the starting 5 is going to be next year. I have a feeling this team is going to rotate 8-9 players pretty regularly. Honestly think of a poor man's Kentucky from last year. How they play will determine who's in during crunch time.
Do you think they'd take 3 even if ferns committed tomorrow in order to ensure they don't lose hall?
Honestly, I was thinking Chris Borland.
2 things Birm.
What part of tonight's hurry up is on "the power of negative thinking" that you referenced in the subheadline?
and who do you think is most likely to get Gary as of right now.
The only ones that concerned me were Samuel though. At times he seems like he's fighting the ball more than catching it. I think he'll be better by fall, but you can tell he hasn't been a receiver for years.
The one part that doesn't add up to me is that if it is about JG, it's essentially spitting in the face of Wallace. As in "we're glad you're here Tristan, but lemme go talk shit about the kid like a jilted lover". For that reason alone, I think it's more a blanket statement to all recruits.
Quarterback is the one position a kid has to be very careful when choosing a school. Birm basically made it sound like the depth made him back off a bit and Tennessee did a hell of a job recruiting him after.
I can't fault the kid for being concerned about QB depth because if he guesses wrong and doesn't win his spot, his career is pretty much over. Now there are other things to consider (like supporting cast) but there's only one QB on the field at a time so he has to make sure he is that guy.
People think it was just his speed that made him a deep threat. In reality his ability to track a ball in the air is some of the best I've ever seen. With above average ball skills on top of it. He's going to be more difficult to replace than most think right now.
I see what you did there.
Birm. Anything on the possible/scheduled ferns visit this weekend?
I'd like to see something about the punt return/blocking unit. I don't think I remember them blocking one this year and that may or may not be a first for an urban coached team. But I also feel like they set up the return more than going for blocks this year.
This makes sense, but the other side is who ends up with that job at st. eds. As much sway as a former coach could have, a current coach is a big player as well. So if it's a big OSU guy, it could be a push.
Did I miss something? What happened to rockstedt?
Crispy edges are where it's at.
Ghostbusters II, gremlins 2, bad boys 2.
Honestly with a lot of the newer movies because they're trying to make them epic, the sequels have been better because they don't have to develop as much backstory. LOTR, Harry Potter, hunger games, any marvel movie, etc.
Biscuits and sausage gravy with hash browns.
Huevos rancheros is is definitely up there though.
And bloody mary's.
I'm not saying I want it to happen or it's likely but it's probably their best chance. At home. All hyped still from harbaugh.
I think we would all do well to reserve a bit caution and respect of what Harbaugh could potentially do up there.
I see this a lot and I agree that they should be improved, but maybe we can slow down until he shows what he can do. I assume they'll beat the bucks at some point. Maybe even this year. That's just the law of averages. But let's not forget he had one of the top 2 QBs of all time on his team and still didn't win it all. He also is capable of having a good team and doing poorly. Look no further than last season. Will he be better than rich rod and hoke? Yeah. Past that I just want to actually see it before I worry.
I think ultimately he wants to be back in the nfl. The coaches who go back and stay are usually the ones who failed. Harbaugh didn't necessarily do that. I just don't think he can sit in college while his brother AND Pete Carroll are successful. I say he loses 2-3 games this year, probably 1 or 2 next year and the year after then goes to the NFL. Good jobs are coming open more and more often with owners being impatient so one will open and he'll take it.
If you read all the rules you wouldn't be so excited.
-Officials are to treat illegal equipment issues - such as jerseys tucked under the shoulder pads and writing on eye black - by making the player leave the field for one play. The player may remain in the game if his team takes a timeout to correct the equipment.
That means no more zeke/Eddie George jersey roll
I think if they're taking a QB this year they want him early. QB is your ticket to the elite WRs as those are who they develop the best relationships with. It hurt us a ton with Kirk if I remember correctly. Birm said he was developing relationships at elite11 or the opening with QBs and we didn't have one there.
I was just going to post that. I think we need someone to compile all of them and post a schadenfreude article because some of the things people were saying is hilarious considering he just won the title.
obviously things can change, but i'm pretty sure Birm said something about them only taking about 3 OL this year because of the hauls of the past 2 years.
Stupid duplicate comments