Alabama has a history of QB changes recently. His point might be that he should've stuck it out this year, and transferred before next season.
Unless you already know that he can barely walk.
Same thing for automotive technicians. Quite the reversal in the last 5 years. The good ones are calling it quits, and the potential replacements left entry level work for better entry level pay elsewhere.
We're already negative spots, so I would say any of the most recent 5 commitments took his spot.
Two weeks with a hamstring last year.
Purdue not being last. You could make an (wrong) argument that Wisconsin could be first on resume.
I'll instantly ignore any B1G ranking that doesn't have Purdue last.
Absolutely. That's why I think you take that gamble with your ace on the mound. They could just as easily lose with the regulars.
That tattoo makes this worse for me. I know he chose it, but it still adds a little sympathy.
This is all stupid. This situation should never happen. Don't take the commitment if you aren't going to honor it. We don't know the details, and probably never will, but it's certainly not a good look. Recruiting may be a business, but it's a people business. No matter what business you're in, it's never a good idea to burn bridges.
He should rest the regulars tonight with Kluber pitching. It's your best chance to win while sitting guys. Have some fun with it. Play Rajai at 2nd and Chiz at 3rd.
It makes me sick to my stomach every time I see or hear "The Ohio State". The back of the white helmet is another example. It's not about the state, it's about the school. The Ohio State University.
Don't forget the extreme oversigning for the 2017 class.
Salazar has been a below average pitcher since the break. Carrasco definitely hurts, though. I think Bauer can turn it on in the playoffs, and he shouldn't have any problem going on short rest. I'm more concerned about Kluber on short rest.
I'm the rare OSU fan who actually likes Finebaum. He panders some, but it's obvious when he does. I think he does a good job of not overreacting to small sample sizes. For an SEC guy, he pretty much calls it as he sees it.
Probably. It's almost a joke, but also a little true. The B1G always had OSU, but we lost our fair share of big games, too.
If you wanted to do the work, you could probably calculate the number of times a punter drops it inside the 20 when the distance to the goal line is his average punting distance or less. Then use average punting distance and average net punt to formulate a "punter efficiency rating". It is 2016. Why should baseball players get all the cool stats.
He should've won the Guy Award last year, but his average suffers because the offense is so good. More times than not, he's punting to a short field. His best always has been his number of punts downed inside the 20 (or 10).
They've been down for a while, but have been propped up by overrated teams. It seems like the PAC 12 isn't far behind.
The entire Big 12.
Very cool table. My favorite man cave item is my Wisconsin 2011 aftermath picture signed by Braxton. The ticket stub from the NCG game in Dallas is a close second.
Thanks to the show Unsolved Mysteries, I was afraid of the fictional old man neighbor who was actually dead in real life. He played with the kid in the daylight and was a creepy ghost that laid in the girls bed at night, as an invisible, but not weightless being. The indentation in the sheets that they showed still makes me cringe.
Ignorance is no excuse. It's usually better to have some excuse other than "the bookstore clerk told us to". They're probably lucky it's only one game. They could've unknowingly broken any number of rules that would've cost them more time.
I'll just make the substitution of Gates Brown. The best pinch hitter of all time.