I played WR/DB in high school (Brighton, UT). I graduated in 1996 and went to play WR at the Air Force Academy. I only played into the middle of my Sophmore year and decided to hang up the cleats after a concussion and a high ankle injury. Loved high school ball. College ball felt like a job, but a fun job. When I stopped playing, I was 204 at 5'11". I was short for a receiver, but ran a 4.45. Anyway, who am I kidding. When I was at the Academy, WRs were outside perimeter blockers.
It's only a protection thing. No worries.
Im glad I'm not the only one. My wife laughs at me when I watch the sugar bowl replay. She says I still look nervous.
Great point Saturday! Once the game is over, I tend to forget how close it really was. Last year's game was much closer than the score indicated as well.
They tend to play us close in Happy Valley, but I was there two years ago when we put 35 on them in the first half. That wasn't even close.
Last year they didn't even make it to the national championship. Two years ago they lost the national championship. Now they will lose this championship. Can't the SEC catch a break!
If those hands work half as well as his legs, we are in for a treat!
My guess is OL, WR, RB, QB, TE, DL, LB, DB, K (specialists). I would guess this because each group talks about their position group as a "unit" in interviews.
I was there in '13 and '14. We outnumbered both fan bases both years. However, MSU fans had a little more to cheer about in '13.
Ironically, last year there were a lot of MSU fans. I guess they bought their tickets before we showed up in East Lansing. The media was all over MSU for repeating and didn't give OSU much of a chance after Braxton got injured. On that note, I will wait and buy my tickets until the Spartans leave Columbus.
While the above video is good, his complete and utter destruction of the Navy QB was much more violent.
It's funny... All those clowns that called for Herman's head (some on this site) after JT got hurt. I will miss that man.
Hopefully Urban can wrap them around the entire shoe!
Six more months. That way we can put the 2014 and 2015 signs up at the same time.
It's sad. Common sense isn't all that common among some.
After we lost to Florida and LSU in the national championship games, we weren't broke. However, the media needed to make a story out of it... We went on to play in and win more BSC games than anyone in the BCS era. I think it's the same thing for Bama. I think there is a very good chance we see them next year in the CFP.
The irony behind all of this is this is exactly what his own recruiting tactics got him. He told kids to come play for him, because he will get them the NFL money. Don't whine and complain when they preserve themselves for the cash. I AM SO GRATEFUL FOR URBAN! The focus in our program is on selflessness and team. So much better than a "dash for the cash."
Excuses (and Nick Saban) are like a-holes.
That's a tweet from a leader. This along with Joshua Perry's interview today gets me very excited about the dynamics of this team!! We have some humble dudes on the roster. I'll take that over recruiting rankings and 40 times all day long!
Reminds me of that night in East Lansing when zone 6 was flying all over that "no fly zone!" Only difference is our WRs were not in slow motion that night.
I have got to get one of those minions! What a cool toy. I can ensure you one thing, there will be a lot of middle aged males buying up some happy meals!
DJ, we all know who Urban's evil twin is...this guy started rooting for scUM at a young age and... Well we know the rest of the story. For those who don't, here it is... http://www.elevenwarriors.com/murica/2015/06/54351/urban-meyers-drug-addled-doppelg-nger-accused-of-slitting-kentucky-womans-throat
After we won the National Championship, I wrote an open letter to Oregon fans on the "love-hate" relationship we Ohioans have (had) for UFM.