Counterpoint: josh cribbs
I agree with what you said about Hester. I was in school at the same time as Ginn and remember the collective breath holding in the stadium every time he caught a punt because everyone was waiting to see if he would house it. An incredible experience.
Someone obviously already forgot the Hawaii game from last season.
Just as an FYI. Most of their pay walled articles are available for free if you download their app. I don't quite understand it, but eh
He's said before that he puts in CBs based on how he is feeling at the moment. It could change. Hamlin changed and fuller went to cloudy before it went back to OSU. January is a long way away.
That would fall within the etc. I wasn't trying to list every state. There are probably 10 or so you could classify as hotbeds.
All I can think about with the headline title on the front page is ED. It's an unfortunate image.
Not for nothing, but one great player doesn't make it a hotbed. Georgia, Florida, Cali, Ohio, Louisiana, etc are hotbeds.
I had a thought along these lines earlier today. I wonder if having what some might say was too many playmakers last season has them reconsidering taking too many at any one position. Too many people who need the ball caused them to force things and not just play and let things develop naturally.
I wish I'd never started following it. It's a rough ride and we are fans of one of the best in the game.
You should have been around for the 4 or so month drought last year. If you think it's not panning out right now, you'd have been beside yourself.
Just enjoy the ride.
"Those who stay...
...will be asked to leave."
Birm, any word on when Haskins might make a final decision?
True. I still want him don't get me wrong, but it's just the first thing that popped into my head.
Birm, would a player who seems lethargic on the practice field be a good fit at OSU with what you were saying the other day about the type of player that Meyer has been pursuing? Even if that player ultimately turns it on when the game starts?
TTUN only lost 3 games this year with that dumpster fire they have. MSU is losing a ton of talent too. Oklahoma will be tough. I'd say 2 losses tops.
2015 was a better collection of players. 2014 had better coaches and used the players they had better.
It's hard to find cheap but Finding the Winning Edge by Bill Walsh is largely regarded as one of the best books about football of all time. Especially coaching and scheming for opponents. Hence why it's always so expensive. $400 a copy on Amazon right now.
I always preferred used kids for records.
You just crossed feline.
Birm, I thought I heard a while back that guarantano wasn't happy with something Tennessee did. Any chance they reach out to him again?
Ash tends to have his corners play sides as opposed to matching up specific players. So they'll both probably cover him depending on where he lines up.
That Evan spencer block on that Hyde TD.
Because then you have 5 next year and all they hear from everyone is about how many DBs they have taken in the same class.
Also you want a few guys who have spent time in the program and can go right away. Freshman corners usually get eaten alive.