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BrutusB


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Comment 22 minutes ago

Yeah but I doubt he sees it that way.  He'll want to shoot 20 times a game and be the biggest star on his team.  Outside of the Cavs, the Warriors and maybe the Thunder, he'll dominate the spotlight.  I just can't see him giving up the stage to someone else.

Comment 1 hour ago

Kobe has a no-trade clause.  There is a 0% chance he would ever agree to a trade to the one team in the league where he would be second fiddle.

Comment 21 May 2015

His numbers against the bad teams are a crapshoot though.  It's just as likely that Curtis Samuel racks up 150 yards against Hawaii while Elliot rides the pine.  Zeke also only had 10 TDs in the regular season last year - sometimes in the red zone the smarter play is to just go 5 wide to spread the field and run the QB (all three of ours are great at this play).

All in all I wouldn't put money on a RB to win it, even if ours is really good.  I agree that Boykin is probably the best bet.

Comment 21 May 2015

Bama has a tough schedule and the odds aren't even worth it.  Other than Baylor and Minn, TCU should be heavily favored in every game, and Boykin is the best-non-OSU QB in CFB.  I have a hard time seeing them miss the playoffs.

Comment 20 May 2015

The retired number thing isn't as big a deal to me as duplicates.   So confusing when there's two #5s, two #13s, two #16s, etc.

Comment 20 May 2015

I think you're being pretty unfair, or maybe you're just unknowledgable about Ernie Davis.  I can see why McNabb would be upset about it.

Comment 20 May 2015

Interesting.  Stanley and Tunsil seem to be the consensus top 2, but I've seen Decker mixed in with Drango and Conklin in the next three.  A lot will depend on how their years shake out.

Comment 20 May 2015

The 02 team that played the Buckeyes was really good in its own right, but that was still the depleted version of the year before.  They lost 11 guys to the draft, including 5 first rounders.

Comment 20 May 2015

You're not spending a first round pick on a "DE" who can't even start at DE for his own college team.  If Meyer thought he was the second best edge rusher besides Bosa he wouldn't have been a DT last year.

Comment 20 May 2015

01 Miami would make make a pretty good NFL team, let alone a college team.  Ed Reed, Philip Buchanan, Jonathan Vilma, Antrel Rolle,  Vince Wilfork, Sean Taylor on defense.  Clinton Portis, Willis Mcgahee, Kellen Winslow, Jeremy Schockey, Andre Johnson, Bryant Mckinney, Frank Gore on offense.

17 first rounders, 38 drafted overall.  Just ridiculous.

Comment 20 May 2015

Washington is about 30 or 40 lbs lighter than a typical first round defensive lineman.  Our fans are way overstating his draft potential just like they did Michael Bennett's.  Decker is rated by most experts to be the 4th or 5th best tackle, which likely puts him in the 2nd round.  Jones is obviously a huge wildcard (ie, he's not going to be a first rounder if he doesn't win the starting job).  We don't really know if Bell or Lee will leave.  

Comment 19 May 2015

Mudiay is the highest rated guard. Chances are good Russell falls to 4. 

Comment 19 May 2015

Regular season record. The whole order is set already. 

Comment 19 May 2015

The 37% of yes-voters is a good reminder that large portions of our fanbase are downright delusional.  That group likely contains the people who will spew outrage when we only beat Rutgers by 20 and since we gave up a TD in the fourth quarter we need to #FireFickell.  They will also lead the calls for QB B when QB A throws his first interception, just how they called for Guitton to play over Braxton ("Did you seem him against Florida A&M??!?!?!?")

Comment 19 May 2015

Hogan has been pretty decent for Stanford, but other than him yea there's not much to that list.  I had to look up the #1 guy: Lemay threw 2 passes for UGA in 2012, sat out for 2 years and transferred to Jacksonville State.  Yikes.