With an entire 3 years under his belt and an additional year of studying up, it won't be a battle. It's Braxton all the way. I know what you're saying, but it won't be a battle. It may be a battle the following year between Barrett and Torrance Gibson,.
Devin Gardner might as well fake an injury the week before, that way he survives.
I don't know. Florida wasn't ranked as highly, but losing to Georgia Southern and having your guys blocking your own guys is pretty bad, especially when you have SEC speed and an SEC defense. Though that SEC defense didn't allow 1 competed pass, they did allow 429 rushing yards. Pretty embarrassing. At least Appalachian state was a national title contender that year for FCS. Michigan was just flat out overrated in a preseason poll. Both pretty bad though.
I have always hated how they zoom in on the ball. Even while a pa is in the air they zoom in ona ball in flight. How suspenseful!
I was thinking the same thing. I'd be borderline with a 27 and 1200. Might still get me in, but it would be close. But, I'm in so we're rolling.
I wish that was the case, but nope.
I feel like wrestling helps so much in the trenches. Guys learn not only how to control their entire body with their hips, but how to control someone else by taking away theirs. Tackling is helped by learning shots and take takedowns and when a shot or tackle is defended, leanring how to switch to another while still attacking, not just giving up after the first failed attempt, as well as shot defense in case someone lowers their head. Just a great way to pick up a lot of tools for football. The better wrestlers always have non-stop motors, too. I hope to see him on the field.
I know he talked to Chip Kelly a lot about nutrition and the lack of injuries for the most part to the players both at Oregon and Philadelphia. Coach Kelly attributes a lot of that to nutrition and having each players body type analyzed and designing a specific diet fro that athlete, and Urban wants to take that and apply it to his players as well.
I'm not hating on Dontre, but I don't see Ted Ginn speed on him. He doesn't seem to pull away from defenders in a foot race as much as he can juke the shorts off them. Ginn had the instant acceleration and it was three steps to top speed and burning-your-ass. I see that top speed a little bit more with James Clark. Now, if I was chasing Dontre down, it would be pathetic, so I'm not saying he's slow, I just don't see it quite as much as others.
Putting Stanford and michigan that high just shows that he's a douche who would put being a douche above anything else. Obviously his credibility is zero, and apparently he knows that since he took his preseason ballot and said,"Nobody thinks I'm worth a pinch of shit, so I'll be an asshole and just try to piss everyone off by ranking rivals too low and the team's they beat last year too high."
I'd love to see these guys really step up and make it easy on the young qb to practically give them the ball and let them make him look good. It's not going to be easy, but with this group, it's not impossible. Whether it's experience that helps them or raw talent, these guys can get the job done with enough focus, staying healthy, and more importantly, staying out of trouble. The last one is the easy one.
Yeah, that's what I was getting at, it was just 5 AM and the end of my day and the thoughts don't come as clearly or written as coherently as the middle of the day.
Probably because he didn't have shoulder surgery in July? Wait, that doesn't need a question mark either.
He may be insured in the same way that other players insure knees or shoulders or arms.
Maybe because there are some pretty damn good doctors at tOSU already, but this time it HAS to stay put. Another surgery where he misses another year pretty much ruins his chances in the NFL and makes for a substantial hit financially for him. Not that its life threatening, but it could be life changing.
Yeah, I mean who would want the 2 league offensive player of the year, Heisman candidate, former freshman of the year, fifth year senior quarterback who went 24-2 in his last 2 seasons back? GO TRY TO BE A RUNNING BACK IN THE NFL, LOSER!
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Good Lord! He didn't die!
There was seriously a dv for that?
I can't say anything bad about Kirk. And with that, I'd take sweat. I can't say anything bad about him either. I like the way he carries himself, the way he plays, and that type of athlete is extremely rare at that position. But in the words of Robert Frost, Kirk, "you, come too."
How exactly do you become the best ever for a year? I kid.
Which surgery would that be?
He got a little drip on him.
Great cause. My best friend died from ALS a few years ago. I always give whatever I can to them, which reminds me that I don't think I have this year. Gets me kinda choked up now thinking about it. He left behind an amazing wife and two awesome little kids.
It's definitely a tough disease to see someone you love suffer through. I encourage anyone who can give if you can.
I remember hearing a few years ago that Northwestern found a possible cause of the disease but haven't read up on it lately. Some props to the B1G there.
Just about, except you could replace "games" with "steps" and start the whole thing of with "Two-yard-loss"
It's pretty disgusting that you would place any blame on a woman for a man hitting her. I read what you wrote so you don't need to type it in caps to try to make me understand. You're dead wrong. DEAD WRONG.