They've been dropping a ton of potential transfer names the past few days and honestly i don't really like it.
Not at first. Go back and watch some of the early offense in his second season. Or even towards the end of that season. #firetomherman was the original #firetimbeck
this has been a common theme with Meyer where he needs to trust the OC. I think this will do it. Wilson is credited with teaching Meyer the spread. So if he doesn't trust him to do his thing, no one will ever be trusted again.
I also think the Day hiring is fantastic because he will help with NFL passing concepts which will be good in both games and recruiting.
And I still doubt it would happen, but I could see why there would be talk
There's a lot of talk about the Braxton rumors but, in my opinion, the closest comparison to something like this would be the Russell Wilson NC State/Wisconsin transfer.
Not huge on angels envy but really like whistle pig
He's a hell of a player but I don't have a problem with a lack of a 5 star rating for him. 247, at least, only labels a 5 star as someone they think is a future NFL 1st rd pick. No NFL franchise, especially after manziel, is picking martell in the 1st rd. Stature and playing style mixed with the NFL being afraid to branch out pretty much dictate it. If it were solely based on college, I'd give him 6 stars because I think he'll be that good in this offense.
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That's false equivalence but at the end of the day civilized conversation says people should call you whatever you prefer. I don't quite understand why you prefer an internet moniker to your name, but that's not our place and he should respect it.
Maybe they think cardale is still in the locker room.
Matt Miller who does draft scouting for bleacher report and is usually pretty right on said he's heard Hubbard and Samuel are coming back.
I think hooker should come back because he gambles a little too much but I can see why he'd leave. Lattimore and conley should be gone.
This is a little bit of revisionist history. Everyone throws a good deep ball when the target is devin smith. His combination of speed and ball tracking was very very rare.
Prince was early a lot.
Last week aside I feel like they've been throwing a decent amount of screens. I'm hoping one of these days they bust out the screen and go. It might be my favorite play in football.
Maybe he wants to make Rutgers into a delicious taco and needs the acidity.
They also said that Texas was going to make a bunch of high profile coaches say no first. Like Saban and "someone in a 614 area code"
Honestly, and it seems weird to say this, but my biggest concern is jt. He makes the right read 85-90% of the time, especially in the run game, but he's been really hesitant throwing it this year. I almost feel like he's regressed some in that regard over the past 2 years. Once he gets on a roll he slings it, but sometimes he waits too long and against MSU, Wiscy, or UM, that's a likely pick-6.
Its pretty good when my only concern is our headman trophy candidate quarterback.
I like that zeke responded with something like "that's cute". On my phone and don't feel like working to embed the tweet
I want no part of this. I'm sure they can find a way to slow him down, but it's just too much like facing Vick or Braxton. When you think you have them, you really don't.