I'm hoping and praying he is found ok.
I'm calling it right now, fake punt on Saturday. (The one time we do have to punt)
While a part of me likes the double bird salute from Mr. Hall, it is not the right thing to do. I do realize that this would be an extremely hard thing to do after watching your teammate get ambushed and his helmet ripped off, but controlled intensity is the key. Go grab him and break it up, keep him and yourself in the game, then beat their ass on the field.
Stinks to hear the news, but it is his 2nd failed test. The best lessons learned are the hard ones. We don't get to take a team vote like the SEC does. Best of luck to you Noah, I know you'll be seeing the field on Sundays very shortly.
When 11 Warriors goes down for 2 hours from server meltdown. Not sure of the time, but I do know it is a conference call.
Can you imagine this guy playing with a Tressel team? Hell, the Vest would punt on 3rd down once in a while just to admire it. Seriously though, love this player.
Um, it's better than fighting camel toes don't you think...
I always up vote a TOMBSTONE reference. BTW, I'm your huckleberry.
By far, best catch ever. 3 friggin fingers on a 50 yard deep ball while being held.
Look at the ball in his hand. He's not cupping the end of the ball like a normal one hand catch, he has his hand on the ball like a QB throwing it. Awesome forearm strength.
Come on DJ, didn't you know that is part of the COTA road training course. Now he's a bona fide, certified COTA driver.
Keep up the good work JT. 50 total TDs responsible for is a realistic goal for the next 2 games and 1,000 yards rushing. I think he has filled in ok.
YES. One of many reasons: the play of FSU all year long.
Crazy thing is that his day could have been better. Barrett had 2 overthrows that were downfield to a wide open Marshall. Imagine if he could have gotten 6 tds in one game. All of the haters last week would be required to hand in their Buckeye fan cards and be forced to root for that crap team up north.
The Marshall Plan. Love it. Remember him catching punts in the cold last week. Guess it paid off.
Wow, that trophy is pretty sad. I'm sure the players will be thrilled to win that.
Meyer is being hush on the subject because we don't need to know every little thing with this team (even though I want to). I had a wise high school coach who once said that not everyone needs to know what happens in this locker room. That has stuck with me. Let the process play out and hopefully by Saturday Spence is back. The main thing is that he has beaten his addiction.
A Brittney Spears song should never be played at a football game, anytime, anywhere. I thought WTF when I heard that. Zeke sure does get the rivalry. It's open season on wolverines, time to inflict some pain.
Agreed it won't be fixed this season. We can put band aids on it, but no permanent fix. I have noticed our LBs have trouble reading the play. I doubt it's coaching, Fickell has coached many great LBs. Hawk, Katz, Speilman, Laurinitis, Wilhelm, and other good ones were all in position to make a play. They knew were the ball was going by reading their keys. Our current group seems to be lacking in this area IMIO. The frustrating thing is the inconsistency. One play will be a 2 yard loss, the next will be a 91 yard TD run.
Even the PAC 12 officiating expert said that he should have been immediately ejected and FSU should have been given a 15 yard penalty. This is a money grab by the ACC, they won't do a damn thing.
Beyond everything said above about Winston (which I wholeheartedly agree with), this is setting a precedent. I have never seen in my 30 years of watching football a player push a ref out of the way like that and nothing happen to him. The ACC needs to suspend him for the next game and do it in a VERY public manner. A statement needs to be made swiftly regarding respect for the officiating crew.
Looks like Dan is succumbing to the pressure of coaching a top SEC team now.
Meechy should bear down in the off season with coach Marotti. His chance will come, just be patient.
I like where your thinking is, but we normally hear this every year and it rarely pans out. A bunch of high schoolers meet up at some event and talk about playing together. It then blows up on Twitter and we all get excited when one or more of said players commits to the the good guys. As Tenn noted above, there are many factors that go into choosing a school.
You are entitled to your opinion, but how many of these young men that play hurt or injured learn life lessons from it? Our perspective is limited, the player learns mental toughness and positive attitude, which is much more important later on for the game of life. Many times I have heard of a former player remembering back to his football career on which to draw strength for a current crisis. I get what you are saying about serious injuries, but we are talking about the game of football played by men.