I think every kid throwing chest passes at a Dr. Pepper can (to win scholarship money) is more accurate than JT.
If you were a QB, and at halftime you were supposed to hit dummies with the ball. You wouldn't try? Is that your argument?
I was there, watching in the stands. And commented out loud just how poor JT's accuracy was.
Free throws are like open goal shots (soccer) are like throwing to dummies at halftime: easiest possible scenarios.
I could agree with you, but then we'd both be wrong.
How so? guaranteed I could hit more of those dummies than JT did.
Uncle Rico could've hit them all!
If I had a better recent example of an accurate QB I'd have used one.
Please see my earlier comment about JT at halftime of the 2016 spring game. And speaking of the spring game, which QB looked the better of the two?
Agreed on the coaching staff history.
I remember how refreshing it was to watch Kenny G come in and hit receivers (with passes) in stride. The only QB who regularly shows that consistent accuracy, IMHO, has been Joe Burrow.
Just watch the halftime competition from the 2016 spring game.
No pressure, no timing. Throw the ball and try to hit X. Wildly inaccurate.
At 10:02am every club seat was gone on ticketmaster. And there were already resale tickets for $49.95.
Safe to assume if buying club tickets that I WOULD need to purchase seats for kids that would normally get in free.
The backup "roll"?
Ask Dontre Wilson, I think he's still recovering from that broken foot in 2014.
We need a gif of that play where Samuel runs out into the flat, about 7 yards behind the line of scrimmage, recieves a backwards pass, then manages to consistently lose 5 yards. that was my favorite play vs. Clemson.
what about the OC makes it impossible for Barrett to accurately throw a deep ball?
Granted, the OC has killed us this year, I said earlier I'd like to see Tim Beck in an ISIS video (which is probably harsh), but Barrett is starting to look like Bauserman.
If we're okay with Tressel like seasons, where we get smoked in bowl games, maybe you're right.
I'll buy his bus ticket to Texas.
seriously? I'd fire Beck, Warriner and Smith shouldn't be included as they've delivered at high levels in the past.
Beck was bad at Nebraska, bad at Ohio State.
Lucky strike, mechanics are poor.
The refs missed field goals? The refs called a pass play for michigan inside their own 5? The refs caused missed blocks?
The No. 24 Ohio State women’s soccer team survived and advanced to the second round of the NCAA tournament with the 3-2 defeat of Dayton Saturday night at Jesse Owens Memorial Stadium.
Sammy Edwards got things started for the Scarlet and Gray with the first goal of the game at the 14 minute mark to put her team up 1-0. Just one minute before the half, West Virginia put one in the net to tie up the game at the halfway point.
After the break, Dayton scored the first.....
Where does West Virginia come in to the game between Dayton & OSU?
I figured as much
Not sure how to say this,
What happened to Holly Rowe's head?
Harbaugh went with his wife, mom, and mad? Is that a mom-dad? Are his parents both women?
It's hard to agree with our "regression" since Oklahoma.
Oklahoma is a terrible team defensively.
+1 so much I agree with here.
Baugh has been solid, but checking to him for 5 yards, when we need 10 yards, is frustrating. I typically tell myself through the first few drives that we must be trying plays that will never work, to attempt to use the same look later but attack the defense in a different fashion, which we rarely do. A speed play to the short side of the field? Brilliant. Long ball to a wide open receiver? Overthrown. Long ball to a wide receiver that doesn't even have one step on the corner? Sack.
Our play calling lacks creativity, and at some times, common sense. Perhaps we now know why Nebraska was so happy to be rid of Tim Beck. And on the assistant coach topic, fairly disappointed with Studrawa as well.
The Wisconsin and MSU hype assumes ND and LSU are good teams.
That assumption is incorrect.