Sorry, couldn't resist
I hate to think this way, but what happens if we lose to MSU? Both teams having one loss and then MSU holding the tie breaker over us, wouldn't they go to the rose bowl (BCS-NCG would be out of the picture for us)? If so, would we even go to a BCS bowl?
Me too! Color me butthurt but that spoiler was totally unnecessary! Might skip DJ's writing for now on
Is this working for anyone else with an iPad?
I think you might be creating false tensions that don't really exist. I think people can express concern for potential impact to our football program, kids potentially ruining their sports careers, and even concern for potential victims - all at the same time. I think in general it might be more difficult to offer sympathies to potential victims because there haven't been any charges yet and there's rumors swirling that we might not have the full story
What did Saban say?
you forgot to use the sarcastic font
Fat fingers! Someone upvote to counter measure mine!
I sometimes wonder if M Man is an OSU fan in disguise
Hyde, Dunn and Smith were all in the backfield with Braxton.
I feel bad for opposing defenses.
can we get a gif on the ISU player crying, unable to get up after craft makes the basket?
In that dunk video - Amir.....wow, just...wow. SMH
"Out of the 16,639 recruits at 2012 Nike SPARQ Combines, only 19 ran a electronically-timed sub 4.50 forty yard dash."
I know there have been discussions on this topic before, but that really shows how rare 4.4 guys are, especially in high school. We see the same results come NFL combine time as well. You truly have to be elite. Yet, I feel like every recruit on Rivals is listed with a 4.4 forty time.
The other stat Adams supplied was that only 3 guys out of the 16,639 who were measured ran sub 4.4 times, and one of them was none other than 6' 4" 220 lb. linebacker Mike Mitchell.
At Sparq they ran a cone type agility drill.......5-10-5.
to the left Mike ran 4.19 and to the right 4.00........with that 4.00 he finished third, as first and second tied at 3.97.
Mike's vertical jump was 40.6" and that took third.....first was 41.4 by Derrick Henry (RB).
Mike's first attempt at the 40 was 4.46 and that caused quite a stir........as stated above, his final effort was 4.39 and, as you might imagine, that sucked ALL the oxygen out of Beaverton.
Mike's final rating was 154.47....highest ever seen......even though Nike has rated about 175,000 players since 2004, including close to 17,000 in this years event.
Second place rating, at 144.99 went to a running back named Altee Tenpenny"
I wonder how long until the Lansing State Journal says the only reason XBrax is on the cover is because of he's African American?
who is this making the tackle again? Johnson?
Didn't refresh my page for 45 min. Already answered!
I just don't understand where the motive to even write something like that comes from...
OH, the Butthurt!
This shows up like on every other thread, but it never gets old. Thanks and keep it up guys!
Everyone should troll this guy on twitter