It seems whatever voodoo Purdue would do is now at IU.
I like how the houses form a tire track, which may or may not be an ode to the Indy 500. Great job again Walt
Posted my comment before I read yours. Spot on assessment in my opinion.
I like the work Tim May does, don't get me wrong, but how many ways can you re-phrase the same question? It's really cringe worthy listening to him ask questions.
Outstanding. I would be so proud.
Edit: I didn't see the full article on the Noah/Cardale exchange. Twitter about exploded after 12 Gauge called out Noah.
I disagree about needing a miracle to make the NCAA. Sure, we looked lethargic last night but I think we still have a decent shot. Plus, Matta usually gets the team firing on all cylinders come conference tourney time.
Purdue got all the calls last night, and not having Loving to stretch the floor hurt D'Angelo's slashing game. Give Purdue credit, they were physical with Russell and it seemed to pay off early in the 2nd half. Bucks will be alright.
My Personal CFB Rankings. Based on the best wins, record, and current eye test.
4. Ohio State
6. Michigan St.
8. K St.
10. Georgia? Ole Miss? UCLA?
This has been an interesting recruitment to follow, and I love the comments from the unnamed coach about OSU challenging Gibson in July. He is a well spoken, thoughtful young man and you can tell this decision weighed on him heavily. I really liked the video, they could clean up some audio but overall it was pretty good.
That Browns article was awesome. Encapsulates everything it means to be a Browns fan.
Is there a more overhyped team than Oregon? Every year the media falls in love with their high scoring offense, and every year they get upset. When is the last time Oregon actually met expectations? It seems they always crumble when they're in the driver seat.
Thanks for the shout out, DJ. My first appearance in a Skull Session will be celebrated by doing absolutely nothing at work today. I'll be in the premium lounge sipping Bulleit while reading 500 scathing articles on the shit show up north.
Another point to add about Bosa's forced fumbles is the Cincinnati play netted 9 points if you include the safety. The kid is an animal.
I don't agree with people critisizing Gibson on his recruitment. Frankly, it has nothing to do with us besides he is considering our favorite University. I doubt any of you have even met the kid, so to come on here and make assumptions about his character is just wrong.
He's a kid who is about to make the most important decision of his young life, it would be wise to respect his unique opportunity.
I'm not an Indians fan, but at least they are phasing out Chief Wahoo.
You may be glad you're not a Browns fan, but I sure am glad I don't root for a team with racist moniker.
I agree regarding the push up the middle. A couple of times, when they ran the draw play, Linsley was making it to the second level. I think he played great considering it was his first start against arguably the best defense in the NFL
You didn't hear his name much, (other than the announcers reminding us he is a rookie center) which is exactly what you want as an offensive lineman.
Whoops, I guess the narrative really did brainwash me. Must listen to Finebaum on Walkman radio while watching SEC Network play Tim Tebow: The Lords work on the gridiron.
Vandy beat Houston- Ok
#8 Mizzou beat #13 OK St- Good
#3 Bama lost by 2 TDs to #11 OU- Bad
#9 South Car beat #19 UW by 10- Ok
#16 LSU beat Iowa by one score- Ok
#22 UGA lost to Neb by 5- OK
#21 TAMU over #24 Duke by 4- OK
MissSt over Rice 44-7- Who cares
Ole Miss over GT by 8- OK
#2 Auburn lost to #1 FSU- OK
i guess what I'm getting at is the SEC usually gets favorable matchup close to home against lower ranked opponents. Some of these wins just aren't that impressive. Plus their two best teams lost.
I agree with your logic here. Even looking at the bad teams, the SEC had two conference teams with no wins, and four teams with losing records, including 4-8 Florida, one of their flagship teams. The fact that Mizzou won the East after being a 2nd tier Big 12 school tells you a lot about the SEC.
Last year, the conference was exposed a little bit. Bama getting beat down was huge, although Auburn was a few plays away from another "Team SEC" Championship. I think the other conferences are starting to catch up.
The 11W article you're referencing was written by DJ, and it was pure sarcasm.
Edit: Poison beat me to it.
The offense will still feature the zone-read power running game, so if any of these new faces want to see the field they better have the requisite blocking skills.
All these players are very good and could be a part of the Famed '15, but I'm really intrigued by Ward. The speed is just to hard to ignore, and I guarantee Urban knows Denzel's 40 time.
Ted Ginn Jr is the most exciting player I've ever seen play for OSU. This bad quality video still gets me out of my seat.