Just ask TTUN. What were they bragging about this season? That great win vs. App. St.?
Sounds about right.
Wells is one of the greatest RBs I have seen. Really wish his health wasn't such an obstacle in the NFL.
Your question should be easy to answer. Winston does the bad deeds, Fisher covers them up, i.e. Fisher is the bigger liar.
It is originally a Nigerian name, I think. I'm not sure how to write it phonetically, but: Ee-mah-tor-beh-beh. Stress shold be on the 1st "bhe".
Love this kid. He puts his team's success ahead of personal considerations. Hope we are lucky enough to sign him,
I really wish Spence was back on the field where he belongs. Get well and come back soon.
UK is heading in a good direction and I credit them for that. That said, we (generally) do not compete with UK for recruits. They mainly get the recruits we do not pursue. Even suggesting that Meyer would "sacrifice" one of the last remaining spots in the class just to "teach UK a lesson" really is absurd.
Recruiting is perhaps the area in which TTUN's demise has been most complete. The following players once were a part of the TTUN class: D. Harris (247 comp. 0.9867), G. Campell (0.9795), S. Crawford (0.9500) and D. Roseboro (0.9497). Flip predictions and or visits have been made / declared for the following players: B. Cole (0.9693), C. Clark (0.9691), Garrett Taylor (0.9509), M. Weber (0.9497) and A. Malzone (0.8984). The loss of talent right there (did I forget someone?) is beyond belief.
He is. Speed to burn. While I think Harris is more of a complete back, Hines is great in his own right and we would be blessed to be able to call him a Buckeye.
EzE already has the athletic skill and power to do so. Our passing game and utilization of the slot receiver in particular is developing well, which should open holes. If our OLine continues to mesh and mature, he EzE will have just around 1,000 yards. This mark will be reached before a possible B1G title game.
Bielema + TTUN = perfect fit
You're right about that. Wariboko is about 320 lbs. of pure aggression. Would be one of the greatest pickups at a position of need for the Good Guys. I really hope this ends well for us.
+1. I needed that laugh today!
I remember Bert grovelling and crying on the ground to the referee after Brax torched his Badgers on the last drive to win in 2011. "Come on!" he was yelling "Pass interference, out of bounds, anything to keep this from happening. I will never get this chance again!" I will never forget the panic, defeat and cowardice shining in his eyes. Any player who would associate with him is intrinsically suspect imo.
A school indeed rarely goes from one legendary coach to the next. Except, of course, for Ohio State.
This is the main point imo. UK does not seem to compete on the same level as ND or UM have for top Ohio talent. They are not taking Ohio kids away from OSU so much as from other B1G teams. I would much rather see our players go to NW than UK.
Thanks man, I needed that!
C'mon MMan. The "but you do it too" argument should be beneath you.
+1 to you, sir.
And then there are the "guaranteed victories", the poses, the constant trash talk before games (usually not so much after) and the attitude of superiority in spite of massive evidence to the contrary. No. Remember the 90s and rediscover your just hate. What comes around goes around and TTUN now is reaping what they have sown.
I think they are different types of RB. They both bring their own (different) strengths to the table. And yes I agree, watching EzE develop in every game is a pleasure to see.
I agree with you. We need to put them on our schedule and beat them down again. Maybe that will put things back into perspective for recruits.
Please add a question mark to the forum topic. When I read it I nearly got sick on my screen!
Hi SD. I wanted to ask you basically that question: Even if Harbaugh should not return to the 49ers, does that make him a lock to UM? Seems as though numerous NFL teams would be happy to have him.