Agree about Ole Miss and TTUN..Oklahoma state was overrated all year..
Def hit the hole to quick here
it all depends when the game was played, September Ole miss vs September Michigan would be different than a November matchup
They couldn't even handle their own qb situation during the season..
I'd pick MSU to beat LSU, Indiana to beat A&M Michigan to beat Ole Miss Obviously OSU to beat Bama,..Rutgets beat Arkansas back to back in 12-13 the rest is a wash
The Michigan game and ND game proved it. We now know what late 2000 USC fans felt like, have a top 2 team, don't play for the title.
Give us Auburn, Ole Miss (Bosa vs Tunsil OMG) vs a 1 dimensional LSU, a banged up Ark/Miss St and a clueless A&M... Def BIG East was tougher than that..It's why they paint the narrative tho!
Well one team was able to lost at home by 6 to a lower ranked team..the other lost to a top 5 at home by a last second FG...HMMMMM guess which one didn't make the playoff..
At the risk of missing a hole or cutback, I just don't see that happening but thank you for the explainantion!
1 Redshirt year doesn't count, he's a Duke all the way and should be..
Well said, Tressel had alot of misses the last 3 classes he was there and the development was lacking (ex. Video game coordinator as QB coach vs Tom Herman) The thing that puts the Alabama and Ohio State's at an unfair advantage is ontop of bringing in top recruits, the player development to keep them top players and the schemes to succeed are provided to them! I think that's the one thing that's missed when kids choose to go to other programs, OSU will make you a more well rounded player and showcase you in a scheme that showcases our best players! We could possibly have a 1st rounder at every level of the Defense including multiple at different spots (DE/DT/ & S/CB) Oh and just to throw it out there possibly (OT/RB/WR) like wow come to OSU and go to the NFL..
You'll see it when he announces on Sunday night football.."THE"
Boren and Farris were going to be undrafted anyways, Boren too short (not my call just the way the NFL sees it) and Farris (position change, lack of starting experience)
Also can't have a thread about skip without this gem
Skip's a smart man, but even without Steven A he does shit like this.
The last minute of this was awesome..
This whole trolling fan bases is a scorched earth mentality that will find you with nothing else to write about as you would've pissed off everyone important in the biz. Heck if I was an OSU media relations person I'd give a middle school paper access to the press box than this guy or a Clay Travis.
You read my mind! LOL, Since 2011 he wakes up feeling
Hardly, Disney wants every division it owns to cut costs. It's definitely not used to bring in new talent (if we can even call what he writes that)
Or Mark May!
Your example is pretty hard, to have the space to slide feet down? also don't forget it's the start of the slide that's where they place the ball not where he lands, there's no benefit if runningbacks try the example you laid out.
I think the big takeaway is it's going to reduce guys hitting the ball carrier 2 seconds after they give themselves up. If a player can't stop his momentum or already on his way down i'd hope they give the defender the benefit of the doubt.
If a referee doesn't have the proper angle to call targeting but it's clear as day from the press box/replays I believe they should be able to call in and have it reviewed..makes sense to me especially now with hurry up offenses leaving no time for discussion and increasing rushed decisions from everyone.
He was busy repairing his church, 180k only goes so far..
IMG is an animal unseen before in HS football, Fork Union is a post grad school and still have trouble beating IMG, they have like 12 top 100 players.