There was a low point after the VT loss where we had lost 3 of 4 (I think). The sky was falling until it wasn't!
I was at the Cal game as well. I heard a father say to his son (both dressed in Cal colors) "This is what big time college football looks like" as there was a sea of scarlet entering the stadium.
The Cal fans looked so confused when the OSU fans started singing "We don't give a damn...". They almost had a "what about us?" look on their faces. I don't think they've ever seen anything like that invasion before or since.
It was great day for OSU. Complete domination on the field, in the stands and with the bands.
I love the thought, the band have done so much for the football program, but the execution is just not good.
Sorry I wasn't trying to criticize your comment, I was just pointing out that he must be full go at this point or he wouldn't be playing. He's probably the player I'm most excited to see.
The list will be a lot longer at the end of the year.
If you're playing in a football game for OSU there is absolutely no "being patient with his body". It is a violent sport and he is playing it at the highest level. He's either ready or not.
295 is a lot bigger than I realized. We need some space eaters inside.
On Nebraska's offense, Riley said, "We explored some stuff, tweaked some stuff and isolated some things. We found things we wanted to improve on to become more consistently successful."
Thanks for the insight coach. /s
I will be shocked if that happens, not because he can't but because he won't want to. I obviously have never been at his level in anything but I imagine having the desire to work your ass off after 10 years of world domination may get difficult.
You saw it with Phelps, he had already won everything there was to win before the last olympics and he had a "relatively" poor performance. Fortunately he came back in Rio and reminded everyone who is boss.
Mark Pantoni /s
Tim May kills me.
Maybe that's why he gets asked.
I am the brother of a crazy woman, I can relate to Shelly's situation.
I thought this was the most interesting line of the article.
but the woman told investigators Mather was able to briefly digitally penetrate her.
I'm not sure smallish DLine will work well against Alabama. I have faith in Johnson, but I'd prefer to have at least one Hankins/Wilkinson type in the interior.
There is virtually no way he wins it if he didn't win it in 2012.
They don't care that the entire team is new.
One of my closest friend has a game day house about 200 yard from The Swamp. I go to a game a year. Saw the gsu game where gsu beat UF, 2 lsu games and a Tenn game. Very cool. The best thing I saw was the sportsmanship displayed towards the gsu fans after the game.
Funny when reading this I thought of my wife's alma mater before mine, and I played football for mine.
Umd, Rutgers, Delaware and PSU. Obviously I grew up in the DE, MD, PA, NJ area.
That's what happens when you have 4 guys go pro early every year.
That may help MSU but I'm not sure it would help us. Our offense is more dynamic, their offense is more plodding.
It also seems like most of our guys are from the south anyway.
And maybe he twists and knee while training... from what I've read they are arguing over when he gets the money not how much. IMO he is risking a lot for what amounts to money in March vs. money now. I've been around long enough to know there is definitely more to this story than what we read and I trust he has good counsel between his family and attorneys but at the end of the day he's not playing.
He looks like a young Shannon Sharpe, especially when he smiles, never noticed that before.
Rutgers will lose 4 games a year nearly every year before the season even starts. Psu, osu, MSU, um. That means they basically need to win 7 of the last 8 to get to 60%. Not going to happen imo. I'd say they are a step below md but even if they split with md they better hope they don't get Nebraska, Wiscy or Iowa.
i would be impressed if he won 60%, good luck to him.
My point was about potential not current status. UCF isn't there right now, but they have potential.
I would argue FSU isn't in the same club as UF or Miami with respect to education. Miami and UF are 51 and 47 - FSU is 96 UCF 168 per US News and World Report
I agree with your assessment but I see this game playing out with Alabama controlling both lines of scrimmage and basically doing Bama things. Running the ball and not allowing the run. I will be shocked if USC was within 7 points at the end.
The statue is a dumb idea but I believe UCF is a sleeping giant. They would obviously have to get into a power 5 conference but it's a school of 60k in a talent rich environment with a relatively new on-campus stadium. They are more like FSU and Florida than Miami.
You get a Mark Dantonio there and in 10 years they are as good as Michigan State.