Now that JT has graduated and focused solely on ball I caught a glimpse of opposing defensive coordinators:
Thanks for sharing.
I'm ready for this journey!
Quite a bit of praise from Meyer early on. Usually this is the time where he calls out a few position groups. This pleases me.
Here's to hoping he goes out the ultimate winner.
Miss these articles!! More please and thank you.
Football is back!!! Sort of...
This is a solid list. I'm most intrigued to see someone separate themselves in that WR group.
Chik-fil-A would be a hell yes.
Auburn lol -- always gettin that preseason love
I wonder how his strength compares to Billy Price, who I believe is the strongest on the team..
Yeah you should have just commented on those threads to get the conversation rolling again!!!
Would love to see that!
I actually heard that there's a girl at his high school that is very sick and he dedicated that game to her. That is why all the teammates were cool with just getting him the ball everytime and letting him score. It was encouraged by the whole team.
I enjoyed this, thanks Ramzy.
I know you didn't write the original article but there's no way. This would have garnered so much more attention even after week 5 when he would have been, give or take, 25-0.
Funny you say that because when I first read your sig I immediately thought of Butch and his champions of life and 5star hearts comment -- I'm not kidding when I say I laugh saying out loud 5star hearts, its classic.
I gotcha man, good shit.
It'll still be called attrition.....
Love your signature.
The SEC oversigns knowing that some cuts need to be made and very often kids get screwed over. What we have done is not that.
Isn't it safe to say that with any team, in any conference, if you over sign by any number of players you are conceding to the fact that you know that some cuts need to be made?? I'm confused when we over sign by 4-5 players you say "natural attrition" will solve that but when the SEC school over signs by the same amount that some of those guys are going to get screwed.
I'm not denying that some in the SEC make some questionable moves, but if/when Indiana does something like this we couldn't care less and we actually have to face them on a regular basis. We play an SEC school once every 3-4 years and if memory serves me correct we fair quite well against them (Yes, I'm talking about Arkansas and Bama; those LSU and UF championship games didn't happen).
Yes that's bad form I can't argue that.
Exactly. Oversigning is oversigning anyway you slice it. Can it be done with more class than others? Of course, but we're still oversigning to assure we get the top notch players in every class.