Josh Kendall and Tom Murphy are morons.
And we wonder why the AP poll doesn't mean a damn thing anymore...
Josh Kendall and Tom Murphy are morons.
Yep. You would think they would realize that people used to turn into ESPN to escape having to listen to politics
Heard this morning that they didn't even kickoff. Iowa won the toss and because of the wind, chose the way they would go. So Iowa kicked off both halves and shut them out.
Also, looks like they have just as many Ushers as students in that section.
Bell is the exact opposite of Amir Williams.
Not the most skilled, but his motor is fantastic
Literally no relevant 3:30 games this week... Guess we're stuck watching TTUN squeak by against the Hoosiers
What about on a 4th quarter extra point with a big lead?
I feel like that would be even better
You can go ahead and say it... Sam Bruce
How nice of Louisville to hold off on reading the gameplan until halftime
(Feel free to take the week off, Mike! Demario McCall is ready to shoulder the load!)
Only thing that concerns me if Weber sits, is pass protection. Throwing McCall out there in certain situations is great, but not exactly sure about his pass protection. Not so much concerned from a competition standpoint, but more from a "Keep JT alive" standpoint.
I'm excited that Potter is starting. Being able to pull the opposing big man out of the paint will do wonders for Tate/KBD inside.
I don't think the expectations were too high. Essentially Curtis Samuel is what we thought Dontre would be.
It's the Athletic Office's policy (At least it was 3-4 years ago) that you can give your tickets to family members, as long as they have an ID. Doesn't matter who, as they don't know who's related and what not.
Have had them ask for an ID before, but never turned someone away because it wasn't theirs and have done it several times. If you go through a gate that isn't a traditional "student" entrance then often they don't even ask for an ID.
From my experience, if your student ticket is A deck then most people sit in their "assigned" seat with some randoms squeezed in. B deck in the South stands is an absolute free for all in terms of who sits where. I had a random student ticket for the Nebraska game and a group of 6 of us who didn't have seats together all stood next to each other in B and no one ever said anything.
The Irony of Tuberville telling someone to get a job...
...When in about 3 more weeks, Tuberville will be unemployed
I've said this before, but the student section needs to all be in the same area. It's part of the issue. Students are scattered. You have some in the South, some in the North, heck some are even in the corners.
Then you have "Block O South" and "Block O North" which work to unify about only 400 students, rather than the entire student body.
I wonder what the percentages said after the Virginia Tech loss...
I think Penn St goes down at home to Iowa this week. Iowa coming off the Bye
I've always hated the people that said "THE RANKINGS DON'T MATTER THIS EARLY!"
But in this case they really don't matter. With Baylor and WVU's losses on Saturday it pretty much guaranteed a 1 loss Big Ten Champion gets in. No way a two loss, non champion gets in. Win the rest of the games you're in (assuming PSU loses), lose 1 you're out.
Oh, and the notion that the team "doesn't care" about the rankings is bull. Yes, that's what they are supposed to say, but I guarantee they care about the perception of the team compared to the rest of the country.
The Maxwell is weird. It feels like sometimes they intentionally give the award to someone not winning the Heisman. Since 2000, only 5 Heisman trophy winners won the Maxwell award as well in the same season.
Clicked on the link and saw they announced the Bednarik semi-finalists as well... How the hell did Malik Hooker not make it??
Interesting that every Offensive Linemen was named a champion besides Jordan. Seems like a deliberate way to send a message.