that's a very good point. i didnt realize how dominant their D was against the lesser teams on that schedule (ole miss is a good team, but a bad offense).
the 58 to baylor and the 30 to kansas sure stick out in the memory though don't they?
oh come on, why'd you edit the title? now this makes
no sense even less sense than when i posted it!
im ok with a black jersey as long as we get rid of that damn thick striped helmet
TCU's defense is awful. minny's offense is awful. wash.
TCU's offense is fantastic, minny's defense is decent. advantage TCU
if TCU is out of sync, there is a chance. if both teams play to their potential, it's not close.
twitter is glorious right now, an example:
I guess Tim Beckman told his injured players, Youd better play in Cham-pain, or Ur-banned-a."— Adam Jacobi (@Adam_Jacobi) August 28, 2015
look at oklahoma's history when they start the season ranked low versus when they start it ranked high - much better when they have no expectations. they are still the most talented team in the big12, and everyone is sleeping on them. i think they surprise everyone and win the conference this year as well.
i really havent looked at the overall schedule too much in depth this year until last weekend. if we lose 1 game and still win the B1G, i 100% guarantee we will be in. pac12, acc, and sec champ will most likely all have 2 losses this year. said another way, as of the beginning of the season, we have two must-win games on the schedule - MSU and the B1G championship. unless we lose to someone truly awful, there is room for error in the rest of the games. i realize this isn't the goal, but it's really weird having wiggle room in college football - an interesting (not sure if good or bad) byproduct of the playoff.
anybody have a full picture of that jersey wall? that would be a fun thing to look at.
the best two quarterbacks in this game are both not bengals.
awful stuff; feel horrible for the family. tomorrow's not promised. one more reminder to live life to the fullest.
anyone notice the ads in the corners of the stadium? publix. bahahahaha
as much as i want smith on the field, ive also always been partial to having a corner at nickel instead of a safety. when vonn goes pro after this season, smith will get his chance at the big time.
before watching this game, i agreed with you. it's hard to look this awful even if you're trying to.
as a reds and dbacks fan, i'll tell you that bryan price rode the coattails of some studs on that dbacks staff (brandon webb, dan haren. etc) in the mid 2000's - as has been shown the past two years, he is not a major league manager. there are guys out there for the bengals that would far outperform the dumpster fire that's in the reds dugout right now.
hill fumbles. after a team vote, the bengals get to keep the ball.
whew i love cincy sports but the bengals' season might resemble the reds'
Smiling all the way to another 2nd and 3 pass in the sugar bowl. Best part is we actually game planned knowing he wouldn't stick to the run no matter how successful it was.
larger-gauge shotgun ammunition.
also, staff posts that stay to the right of the front page instead of running through the top and center like normal articles.
...waiting for dennis dodd's outrage piece...have a feeling i'll be waiting for a while
i still think it hinges on the running game. if cardale can figure out the qb read in addition to that speed option pictured above, watch out. until then, i still think JT gets it because he can use 100% of the playbook.