I think there may be a mistake . I believe the scoring average listed (4.3) is actually Draymond Green's IQ.
Pretty sure he was kidding.
He does for the practice squad to practice against a running qb. Or he did.
When he takes the hit straight on he doesn't do too bad. He still isn't going to break the tackle, but he can stay on his feet. When gets tripped up or bumped, he loses his balance easily. Jalin is more under control at his limit.
In summary, I agree.
I felt the same way before the season. I've been pleasantly impressed with the way Elliott runs through contact. He may lack a few pounds compared to Carlos, but he doesn't seem to let that stop him. Obviously different styles, still, but that's part of the fun of college football. You never have the same team as the year before.
Cobb is very under rated. I saw one run lay weekend after the last interception that may have only netted 10 yards, but it was insane that he got that much out of it, but there was no dancing around and going backwards. Just cut and run, then cut and run, always running forward. I loved it.
Hopefully before half time we'll be able to hear Taylor Decker rip a fart from the press box because it's so quiet.
I'm one of those people, but there aren't many kids that have the talent that Sweat does, so trying to find someone with a similar skill set to replace him or, in essence, asking a player to live up to that because thats what everybody really wanted to begin with, is a little unreasonable.
If they do offer and take Berry, I hope he does better than Sweat if what most of us have accepted transpires and he goes somewhere else.
Maybe in that case, but I think a direct comparison of Rashod Berry to Josh Sweat is some sort of attempt to make the buckeye faithful not feel so bad if Sweat spends his college days elsewhere and they instead land Berry. This isn't to say that Berry is a turd, because he's not, it's just that I think Sweat is that dynamic, and so much more so. I think if someone clocked Berry at a 4.4 40, someone forgot to start the stopwatch.
Eh. I'd still take him without questioning it.
From the looks of things, Kwon IS a star.
Does anybody else find themselves scrolling down only the defensive side of the lineup? They may not be the defense we would all dream of but the idea of the old defenses still gets me a bit excited.
Is completely average of the same quality as decent as hell?
Does that mean dropped balls from running before the catch?
I'm pretty sure both scenarios are just ridiculous. Is basically just saying, "We're going to punish you, just in case. If we're wrong, sorry. Cool?" I was just trying to illustrate how stupid it is to suspend someone based on accusations or suspicions.
Maybe that's true, but of that's the case them they should start suspending people because they don't know whether or not they passed a test to be academically ineligible, just in case.
They could have metallica cine back, as long as they don't bring Linkin Park with them again
I get this, but it's still funny as hell.
Lol! Somebody downvoted you for the Miller Lite.
I think there is a very easy argument to be made for Braxton making this offense more complete. I don't think he gets nearly enough credit for opening up Carlos last year using the inside zone read. Defenses absolutely had to try to play both as runners because they were. JT does alright in the running game, but this offense is based on power running, which is opened up greatly when you have a running back who can house it, or s quarterback who can house it even faster. Braxton also had a much stronger arm, making the deep throws more crisp and tougher to defend when needed. Don't get me wrong, 2014 belongs to JT, but this team is still Braxton Millers, and the offense isn't the same without that threat.
Why are you trying to talk sense here? I think this was the prefect way to end this nonsense.
Happy wife, happy life. I hear ya
I'm right there with you. I don't watch anything from the SEC. That includes basketball. If I hear a mention of the conference I change the channel. I also watch nothing from espn unless ohio state is playing, and as soon as they're done, I change the channel. I know there isn't going to be anything I want to watch on there. I vote with my remote. I can't tell you the last time I actually put the tv on sportscenter. Maybe 10 years ago? It's obvious to me that they don't want want me to watch, so f 'em.
If they do that with michigan it won't make it past Hoke, if he lasts that long.