Agreed. Most dominant college player I've ever seen.
Skladany is a cool dude.
I thought it was very well done. There are so many other players they could have featured if given more time, David Boston and Vrabel for sure, but what and who they did cover was excellent. Great team in 1996!
Any and all of the above?
LOL, great movie.
That pic is pre-huge SEC/ESPN TV contract. I believe he still loves the Buckeyes, but ESPN requires constant SEC pimping on air.
I used to be a big Herbie fan, then the whole SEC/ESPN TV contract kicked in. There was a NOTICEABLE difference in ESPN commentary as a whole and it was projected by Herbie as well. ESPN shifted the entire way that college football was talked about and, therefore, thought about. It became less about teams and players and more about conferences. All that you started to hear was how great the SEC was (b/c of ESPN's TV contract). Did the SEC become a great football conference at the time? Sure, although blown out of proportion. Did it become a self-fulfilling prophesy of sorts, sending more and more recruits to SEC teams b/c of the CONSTANT ESPN/SEC lovefest? Probably. Did/does ESPN need to proclaim "SEC dominance" every 30 seconds? No. Hell, I remember Gameday doing a feature on a receiver from the Big 12, I believe, years ago then after the feature the cameras come back to Kirk, Corso, etc. and they say that the kid wouldn't have nearly the stats that he does if playing in the SEC, laughed about it, and then moved on. That was the last time that I watched GameDay.
IMHO, ESPN and Herbie have made their bed with SEC fans, they can have them. I have always thought it ironic that Herbie left Cbus for Tennessee, the biggest SEC honks of them all. Vols fans are constantly riding the SEC coattails b/c their team has sucked for a very long time and the excuse is how great the SEC is.
I believe Herbie is still a Buckeye in his heart, but for obvious reasons (a giant paycheck) he does what ESPN tells him and has to mention "SEC" every 30 seconds on air. For that reason, many Buckeye fans have turned on him.
I gave you an upvote for this post above. It's just that repetitive threads have been crazy lately on this site.
Literally 3 posts down...
He should just stop using Twitter.
Some celebrities in 2000:
Bloopers edition? Not sure there is much of anything else to his career.
Thank God there were no jiggly gifs.
That's 11W Premium access only.
Would love to see something like Jimmy Kimmel where the stars read the Tweets about themselves, only put the person who wrote it next to the player.
Video games in 2000:
Command & Conquer: Red Alert 2
Final Fantasy IX
Well done Mr. Perry!
Tom Hanks was talking to a volleyball
Britney had just done it again
Maximus was kicking butt