This is the fish from Big Fish. Knew it was real.
I doubt we'll take 5 O-linemen. If Sammons is considered a DE, then you'd need to get rid of another DE. Cooper could also be a DE, so I feel like those DE numbers are too large even with our need. I could see Carter Coughlin or Ethan Tucky being the other LB. We'll probably try for at least two DTs and at least three DBs.
In regards to him struggling with killing, I was talking about the movie as that is what it was clearly trying to portray with flashbacks to his family, calling home to say he's done with war, etc. There are countless reviews that support this. If it wasn't what Eastwood was trying to portray, then he failed. Hollywood tried to make Chris Kyle look like the war hero struggling with being put in a position he didn't want to be in, which isn't true from everything I've read.
Not as good as Lone Survivor or Hurt Locker, but still a good watch. As with all of these movies, the facts are embellished. There are many sources that say Kyle did not struggle with killing and that it was actually somewhat of a sport to him. Of course, most of the emotion of the movie was with Kyle's struggle with killing. Outside of that, there wasn't much action or storyline. The whole rival sniper story was made up, too. The other guy existed, but was not taken out or hunted by Kyle. Cooper was great in his role, but I won't be purchasing this movie like I did Lone Survivor.
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Not sure about the helmet, but I thought this would be a good logo for the Brownies.
Part 2 direct link: http://espn.go.com/video/clip?id=12354466
That's Maxx Williams, because one X just wasn't enough.
Sorry, but helmets hit the ball all the time without fumbling. Properly secured, that ball's not coming loose. He took on the hit with one hand on the ball. Looks like he tried to bring in the other hand late, but didn't get it in there in time. Obviously with the helmet, there's a greater chance of it popping loose, but there should never be excuses for fumbling the ball. It's always a mistake by somebody, and Corey's made too many mistakes for my liking. I hope he can shut me up next year!
Seriously? Right in the bread basket! Gotta catch that, you're a D1 athlete at Ohio State! Redshirt junior D1 athlete at that...
Regarding Smith, kick coverage squad definitely. Key catches? Maybe a couple. Might as well not count the long one against Oregon since he fumbled. Until he shows some consistency, I throw things every time he's thrown the ball. He was putrid against Virginia Tech and he was thrown some pretty damn good balls from Barrett. He then disappeared for most of the season, rightfully so I thought. He also missed a perfectly thrown deep ball against Bama that hit him right in the bread basket:
Wow, look at the ground Bell covered on that interception. I never knew from the in-game camera shots given. He left the man going up the middle open in the endzone, but I think he knew where it was going as soon as he saw Sims rolling out. Would have taken a phenomenal throw to hit the other guy. Great play by Bell, the in-game shots didn't do it justice.
And now with Weber on board, hopefully that Cass Tech-Ohio State pipeline continues to flow in the form of 2016 WR/safety Demetric Vance.
Sure, I'll take Vance, but right after I've had me some Michael Onwenu.
Ah! This is your work then, well done!
While I agree with the Bucks having a classic, near-perfect look already, I'm never opposed to switching it up. It's fun and the players and recruits think it's fun, too.
I do love having the block O on the helmet, although it seems tilted here. Some alternate stickers (perhaps of the see-through variety) to go with it, maybe?
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That's interesting to hear a success story. We built a house a couple years ago and then of course got all sorts of people selling things stopping by, pest control included. We said no thanks, but the neighbors signed up for the quarterly and said it helped very little with spiders. Perhaps it was just the company.
Seriously? Let's see!
Thanks, good to know!