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Comment 12 Oct 2016

What is it with this stupid team's obsession witn Baylor products?? Trash ass school with trash ass players headed by a trash ass coach. 

And what about this "brilliant" mind? How hard is it to coach offense in league like the big 12 that doesnt play any defense? He'll probably tell Hue to play Pryor more at qb, where he'll get his ass kicked behind this crap offensive line. Stupid stupid stupid

Comment 12 Oct 2016

Oregon obviously isn't a fertile state for high school football recruits. Not having a big name coach makes recruiting out of state that much more difficult. 

But It sounds like many of the players feel entitled, and I wonder if the life of luxury that Phil Knight has afforded the team is starting to have a negative effect on their effort. It's hard to keep college kids hungry when theyre constantly lavished with gifts. 

Also, adding Brady Hoke as a DC probably doesnt help because he was a player's coach to a fault and never got the most out of his kids at Michigan. 

Comment 27 Sep 2016

Barry Switzer and Troy Aikman are two football legends that were once both Sooners. Aikman realized that the veer offense Switzer used wasn't for him, and left for a less prestigious program but one that allowed him to play a style that would help him flourish at the next level. 

As great as OSU has looked during the last 5 games, it's clear that this offense (at least under Beck) is more likely to thrive under a non-traditional QB that is quick and elusive as opposed to a more traditional qb. 

I think he would be wise to stay of herman was still here, but it's probably best for him to explore his options under the current staff. i hope he doesnt jump to kentucky without exploring others. Maybe Pitt or another program on the rise 

Comment 27 Sep 2016

It's pretty vile. A bunch of losers and nincompoops saying things like "we only do 4 and 5 stars" and "bye felicia." 

Every fanbase has those types of people but it still grinds my gears when i see one that claims to be a buckeye fan. Social media really does bring out the worst in people

Comment 25 Sep 2016

Funny thing is that, under his hiring practice of choosing coaches based on the looks of their wives, Joe Paterno, Bear Bryant, Vince Lombardi and a host of other legends probably would never have been hired to his staff simply because their wives were not exceptionally attractive.

Comment 16 Sep 2016

I wish I couldve been more positive, since there is a lot about the nfl i love (nfl films, the draft, the playoffs, snow games). But the NFL has been alienating its core fans since Goodell has taken over. There are some things about college ball that the nfl will never be able to replicate no matter who is in charge, but many of their problems (abundance of tacky penalties, the perpetual controversies, the sterile in-game atmospheres) are self-inflicted. 

Comment 16 Sep 2016

CFB>NFL because:

  • every nfl stadium looks the same
  • the nfl and its fans seem to care more about fantasy football than the games themselves
  • roger goodell
  • too many flags in the defensive backfield
  • college football is more of an anthropological and cultural experience-Fanbases are all different from eachother and practice their own customs. Additionally, the teams themselves are a bi-product of their regions (ie-as stated earlier, LSU has players with french surnames, while many players from B1G schools have those scrabble-like eastern european surnames)
  • college football has great marching bands while nfl teams have a bunch of awkward honks playing on drumlines
  • the nfl game experience flat out blows for most of the stadiums. If you don't believe me, go to FedEx field
  • the pink jerseys and the self-fellating faux philanthropy that gushes from the nfl
  • college fight songs are catchy and fun. The nfl has "fly eagles fly." Yuck
  • my favorite pro team blows while my alma mater is a powerhouse
Comment 13 Sep 2016

Strong words from a guy that didn't play college ball. I'll never understand how guys like him, todd haley and charlie weis, who didn't play the game, can get away with acting like hard asses around their players. 

Comment 12 Sep 2016

I don't think I would have felt differently if they had won yesterday only because the Eagles are also in a transition. 

RG3 was also a captain at one point in washington before he was stripped of his title. I often wonder about how legit being a captain in pro sports really is. Keep in mind also that a big chunk of the teammates that voted on the captains are rookies and guys under 25. 

even though the browns always get tons of players i dont want, i still support them when they put on the uniform and hope i get proven wrong

Comment 12 Sep 2016

With all due respect, i will not get over that. Im tired of hearing how smart these guys are because they went to Harvard (as if their SAT scores and grades from their high school years, which is what got them into Harvard, are worth two shits in the NFL). 

And Paul DePodesta works out of california, so hes not even around the team on a first-hand basis. In a sport like football, where the success of a team is so greatly impacted by intangible human factors like locker room chemistry and player-coach interaction, i think it's lunacy to have one of your most powerful personnel men working 2300 miles away. 

Going back to rg3, did these guys in the front office watch any of his games during the last three years? Did they talk to guys in washington like chris cooley or darrell green who have been around him and have gone at length to detail his toxic personality? Did they bother to look at any stat regarding the number of hits/sacks/pressures he would typically absorb each game? 

IMO signing him reeked either of negligence or was a clear indicator that they had no intentions of being competitive this year

Comment 12 Sep 2016

Looks like the ivy league education and "analytics" data wasn't enough for the front office to recognize that rg3 is fragile and often wreckless with his body. And that, even without injuries, she smply isn't very good

Comment 31 Aug 2016

I was referring to the east and west coast states, not the southern coastal states (alabama, Louisiana, mississippi, etc). Georgia and south carolina obviously care about college ball, and florida has great players, but aside from that the states on the west coast and most of I-95 couldnt care less about college ball