I was going to comment the same thing. So many times he looked to break a long one and got tripped up. It always looked like he was leaning forward, expecting contact, so he would be off balance and a hand on his ankle would take him down. If he can keep his feet under him he'll be harder to tackle.
Man I hope Dixon stays healthy!
we're going to go over the top
I'd like to seem them throw more 50/50 deep balls, even if that means a few more interceptions.
And throw on 1st down, it seemed we waited until 3rd and long to throw the ball far to much last year.
Me too, I opened the thread to post my 2 deep before reading it all.
Dante Booker and Justin Hilliard.
I can bench 145 lbs 3 times (145 x 3 = 435), so I'm basically as strong as Myers.
I like it!
Outstanding OL coach, bad OC/play caller.
His tweet makes it sound like he doesn't want to except that and blame it on drama instead.
So true, I cringe everytime I here someone say X player need 10 or 15 touches.
I do believe that he cannot be handed the starting job next season. I hope for an open competition and I'm 100% fine with whomever wins that.
I couldn't agree more, but with all players and coaches. I suspect this hasn't been the case in the past and some players and coaches have been given the position out of loyalty and what they have done for the program in the past.
I admire loyalty, but I hope it's an open competition for QB this spring.
If the opposing teams game plan is stop the run and make the QB beat us throwing the ball, then you know you don't have a great QB. We haven't hurt teams throwing the ball since 2014. Penn State, Indiana, Purdue (not a typo) and Northwestern all threw for more yards than us this year.
I would agree if we lost by a TD or 2, but our offense was embarrassing.
it's not the play calling, it's our OL getting the snot beat out of them. Reminds me of when we got killed by Florida.
Peppers wouldn't even start as a LB if he played for Ohio St, maybe return punts, but that's it.
Those 2 OK guys only look good against big 12 defenses because they don't play defense. When ever they played against real defenses we all know how they preformed.
I can't believe this line up and Elliot didn't even get an invite, he was twice the college player of any of those guys.
My expectations were thrown out of whack when we beat Oklahoma so convincingly. Now I’ve changed them back to what they were before the season, a really young team that will have to get better every week and hopefully be playing their best against ichigan.
We need a QB that can throw the football.
A couple really bad ref calls at the end of the quarter.
Standford's missing 4 starters, I'm going with Washington. Plus I'm already sick of these announcers saying how great McCaffrey is.
Yes, great book bad movie and same can be said about Starship Troppers, but I thought the Dune movie was actually pretty good as compared to the book.
Snyder defeats Cuba 10-3, you can tell the Cuba guy was out of gas near the end of that.
Also on the USA network where I am.
1. Noah Brown 60 catches, 600 yards, 13 TDs
2. Corey Smith 35 catches 550 yards 8 TDs
3. Curtis Samuel 30 catches 325 yards 7 TDs
4. Dontre Wilson 25 catches 300 yards 5 TDs
5. Marcus Baugh 20 catches 200 yards 5 TDs
I'm not buying the concern, I bet he's saying that purely to motivate the younger guys.
According to the 247 composite, Alabama has had the #1 recruiting class 2011-2016, six years in a row, that's just insane.
This is the 2 deep I would bet on. Although I think Worley will impress a lot of people. I remember before Lee got the start, the talk was Worley and Lee were neck and neck for the starting job and their wasn't much difference between them.