Guys: "Why? Do you know one?"
Must ... not... form... mental image...
Also, if Dan Dakich never does another OSU game, I'm OK with that.
I envision that you typed your comment, while sitting in your smoking jacket, in front of a fireplace, nursing a fine brandy.
Wow. I did not realize that the Indians actually wore that hat.
Snarky comment withdrawn, your honor.
It looks like Blackledge's hat has a Reds' "C" embroidered over Chief Wahoo.
C'mon, man. Commit to one or the other.
UFM strikes me as a man who knows what his goals are, has them written on a piece of paper, and reviews them when he gets up in the morning.
I expect that "Win B1G COY" is somewhere around #1,423, right after "learn to play the oboe".
I believe that Warfield was primarily a halfback at OSU, and was moved to receiver by the Browns.
OSU 20, VT 17
If you hit the QB after he pitches it forward, does that qualify as "roughing the passer"?
Seemed to me that Reynolds was a little less effective after the "Lee decleater".
Also, I think that "Lee DeCleater" would make an awesome name for a movie character. I think I'm going to start using that name when I make restaurant reservations.
getting my pregame dump now
As you're typing?
I would wager that OSU had free student tickets in the 60's and 70's maybe even in the 80's for a bit. I could be wrong though
I don't know about the 60's and 70's, but you'd lose that wager in the 80's.
That's what she said.
2010: Le'veon Bell (2*) MSU
Here's his bio.
Johnson's philosophy, of rotating players on the D-Line, should help in this regard.
Well, he did say "almost"...
I think his issues are/were more mental than physical
His delivery had a lot of extraneous motion; it can't be easy to maintain command with that many moving parts...
To me, the most impressive aspect of Hyde's performance was the 7.3 yards per carry, combined with the fact that he had only 1 or 2 carries for negative yards all season.
My impression is that most guys with a high average per carry are the high-risk, high-reward guys, who frequently reverse direction, looking for the big breakaway. They hit some big gainers, but they also turn a lot of 1st and 10's into 2nd and 15's.
Hyde, in contrast, ran more north-and-south. His breakaways came because he was just too damn hard to tackle.
I am confident that the "next man up", whether it's Elliott, Smith, or Dunn, will be productive, and maybe even occasionally spectacular. But if they match Hyde's performance, running behind an inexperienced OL, I'll consider it a pleasant surprise.
Pure badassery... I know that's not a real word
Well, ... it is now.
He fed off their tears and broken souls.
11W: you'll come for the news, you'll stay for the poetry.
“A slow decline in numbers recently is due to the combination of a few reasons, including the elimination of some freshman teams due to budget cuts, the trend of sport specialization by kids, and also higher pay-to-participate fees that cause some kids to drop the sports in which they are not a varsity contributor,”
Yes, those are all legitimate factors; I would also add:
- An increase in the popularity of lacrosse. Coupled with the sport specialization phenomenon, lacrosse has siphoned some athletes away from football.
- Greater awareness of concussion dangers. Some parents steer their boys away from football because of the threat of concussion, and athletes who do suffer a concussion are more likely to quit the sport than risk repeated brain injury.