How could anyone possibly give up less passing yards than we did when Navy only passed 4 times...lol.
I know, that was so lame. I scoffed at the idiocy when I read that.
Agreed, the line themselves said they had an adjustment. They were used to bowling forward on blocks and Navy used their speed to combat that.
Urban talk is a different language, he is challenging the players. Of course he will have us ready.
Oregon is about to get beat up and bloody.
Virginia Tech pretty much has a brand new front 7 on D as well. I think people are forgetting this fact.
I'll take raw talent over selfish play.
On the upside, if you sat in the stands during that season you had a chance to catch a ball that Bauserman threw.
Their defense won't be quite as good as last year but should be talented. Can't replace all that talent and expect them to be the same.
Hopefully it kicks the teams gear up as well.
Minnesota has a pretty good defense but their offense, not so much.
It's not so crazy, we have one of the best DL's in the country. Just the schematics of the revamped D hasn't proven itself quit yet. But I did notice they were on all the receivers during the Spring game. We shall see.
The Browns just need some decent receivers, then they could be a decent team. Their defense is pretty solid.
I'm thinking Joey Bosa, who are you thinking?
The Spring game is hard to gauge, starters were out and what was left of the talent was majorly split up. That being said, he looked better than Cardale.
Lol....these guys are really not understanding how Urban works. Plus Barrett has had a year to learn the playbook.
One thing Johnson does a very good job of, is pinning teams inside the 20. So just sheer number of yards per punt doesn't tell the whole story.
So other people can tell that it seems like the SEC is set up to have a better strength of schedule. I've thought that for a long time and I believe things are catching up with them now.
Braxton is ready, relax everyone. They just would rather him not hit his shoulder before the season.
I think their D will be solid, but do you think the second game of the season it will be solidified? They only have five returning starters on D.
I think a physical team like Sparty could spell a nightmare for Oregon. My biggest question is, however, how well do they handle losing so much on defense. It's clear that D'antonio has a system in place. If that system has taken root with the players behind last years starters, MSU will be tough like last year.
LOL at any team who thinks we won't be running over them still just because we don't have Hyde.
I still think he should have been put in the Clemson game when Brax injured his shoulder.
Now take our score and imagine if we had a typical Buckeye defense.
Something that still bugs me, though, is the interception that was dropped. Those refs....ugh.