The future is so bright, he's going to have to switch those glasses to shades.
Who's the first transfer in the QB room?
I think this is a fair question at a website that values diversity of thought.
I believe Weber is 2nd only to Dontre Wilson when it comes to the dropsies.
WTH? You're comparing Weber to Eddie? Good luck with that.
If I was Meyer, I would have benched Weber for the rest of the game after the second fumble. But that wasn't enough. He had to give the team a dropped pass and a personal foul 15 yard penalty( I may have the sequence wrong).
Weber isn't worthy to hold Ezekiel Elliott's jock strap. Giving him the ball more wouldn't have changed a damn thing in that game. He is not a power RB in the line of El Guapo or Zeke. He's just not and trying to pretend it is won't change that.
Hoping to God the RB position, like the QB position, is WIIIIIIIIIDE open in the spring.
Call a head coach in the MAC. That is where Nick Saban(Toledo) and UFM(Bowling Green) started out. I don't know for sure, but I think being an OC for Ohio State might pay more than a HC at a MAC school. There have been tons of successful coaches that came out of the MAC. And they could get a young guy instead of a old Walrus.
I just hope that EVERY FRIGGIN POSITION is open next year, including QB and RB! Yes, Im yelling! I'm to the point where if Dwayne Haskins plays better in spring practice, I hope they give him the starting job. And if Demario McCall balls out, give him the starting RB job. No more automatically giving the starting job to the upperclassmen "just because."
That is how Joe Bauserman started over Braxton.
As I remember it was pretty late in the 2nd half when they finally tried to stretch the Clemson defense downfield.
Yep. It was near the end of the 3rd qtr(!) when they finally dialed up a play downfield to Benjamin Victor. Just unbelievable.