The only thing I need from ttun is more gasoline for the fire.
Yeah, damn them for wanting to immediately address their position vacancies and trying to look out for their program by looking for the best capable person.
Take this as a compliment, our Co-DC is a Top 3 candidate for a head coaching job and our OC is a head coach at another program after the playoffs. That's a GOOD thing. (To clarify, good in the sense that Urban is clearly getting talented staff involved w/ the program, obviously not awesome to lose them. That being said, you don't want an employee who feels they are underachieving by staying locked into what they perceive as a lower role than their skills are at, man that leads to disgruntled people quick.)
However, you are dealing with a bunch of over paid spoiled brats.
Wha??? I mean yes occasionally you see those, but I don't see them overpaid that much(They are essentially sacrificing length of life and end of life quality for a boost in it now...) and I wouldn't really call them brats. I'd say the majority of NFL players are dude who put in an INCREDIBLE amount of time and effort that also have to deal with a pretty insanely high stress level during their career.
Errr, why will he have to stay there a long time? Coaches up and leave quite frequently...
Hmmm... Seems like the tradition of ttun of late...
It took me WAY too long to grasp what you meant by First or Twelfth. *sighs* Can it be Jan 1 already?!?
And TY guys!
Yeah, be happy the -10 limit is there. I remember when people would get shut down so hard w/ DVs. It was ugly. Probably one of the best changes I can really think of.
If you are able to make sense of a guy like that... You should probably get checked out.
I *love* the speech to his son. My GF hates so much when it comes up on things. Apparently I beat that into her a lot, lol. :D (Shocker: She's toughened up and become a stronger person through some challenging times.)
I actually tend to like Cowherd. Generally feel he is one of the more reasonable guys at ESPN in terms of being upfront/honest. I haven't watched him as much the last couple years though, so he may have changed a bit. But generally when I flip over, he doesn't seem to be too bad.
I was a person who wanted ttun to get back to top level.
I was a person who wanted them to make the BigTen better.
I was a person who wanted the rivalry to carry an epic level weight like it had in the past.
As of this year, I want them to burn to the ground, and stay there. The BigTen is not good anyway, so beating up on them won't help tremendously. MSU is doing a good job giving us a quality opponent in div/conf. And quite honestly, I just fucking hate that team. So after holding out 2-3 years for them to become something or relevant, I officially have moved over to the "step on their throats repeatedly" side. Every year, I just wanna end the regular season whooping the shit out of them. That is where I am now.
While I feel Bama is a tad overrated, and we are a bit underrated(Really didn't think I'd ever be saying that on a third string QB) I don't see how one can go into this game arrogant/cocky.
#1: Its Bama, they recruit the top level players out of HS and do a good job developing with a coach who has proven he understands how to win. That's a force.
#2: Have we forgotten our previous trips to the big stage, more so when we came in overly confident? I like the idea of coming in and humbly approaching this game, it seems to feel better to me. I just don't see any condition where we kill Bama, but I do feel we are a better team and have a good shot to win. I just really don't expect it to be Wisky2.0 or anything really resembling it. (I wouldn't hate if it became that, but I don't think its realistic.)
I had to give up after like 2-3 lines. I just can't read formatting like this.
Indeed. The future is so, so bright! I just am very proud of this TEAM level performance. This is what I love seeing! The coming together is just so, so amazing.
That last statement is what has BLOWN me away. Its just been spectacular how well they are tackling. I haven't been so happy for tackling in my life.
Yep, we are clearly the ones in the dark... *hands a lighter to the guy soaking himself in gasoline and walks away quickly*
Please rant somewhere else where idiots are idolized, this really is just not a place for your opinion.
By your logic every person ever injured is the coaches fault. Clearly shit never happens that results in injury, its entirely play calling and the coach's fault. /s
No no no... There is a HUGE diff between a fight against a team and throwing a punch. Meyer is ensuring his team won't get suspensions or stupid things that hurt the TEAM next week by doing stupid things against this team. You can still be intense without taking a swing at an opponent!
Glad to see he can get it up for one game a season... Also glad to see him gone. I'd rather them being relevant w/o us carrying that shit program into the national spotlight.
Holy shit, that is the dumbest statement I have read in a long time. And I have frustrations w/ OCoord and DCoord. Like seriously, you're so lucky they capped the downvoting system here after that comment...
That being said I am not in love w/ OCoord either. It feels like 1/3 games he's really good, 2/3 mediocre. (A mediocre that may entirely be better than many other team's good, but still just don't get the play calls at times.)
So far I basically love Warinner and Johnson(Not as much as Warinner tho), the rest I am just not really ecstatic with. Warinner needs a massive pay raise so we don't lose him. That dude is magic.
Well he said PT next year for Carter, who has 1 more year of eligibility... So I don't really see a stretch on the point of him maybe playing next year.