I bet Kirk Barton learned a lot since his days trying at OSU and trying to make it in the NFL... He was a rude mouthy guy on the field which you don't mind on the O-line, but was frequently "that guy" off the field.
No glennville kids this year, huh? All heading to Kentucky? :)
It's not weird unless he starts lining up under center with that thing.
It's a well known fact the the Ohio Pro teams orange and brown/black unis slows players down... Roby would run a 4.7 in either of those costumes.
I trust Thad, but his shot doesn't look smooth (kind of loops it over his head and it's not a quick release) BUT I assume he's hitting a really high percentage and he seems to see the floor really well.
What's worse is that it seems like 4 years since Sully was here and 10 since the Thad 5.
Why didn't the team suspend him after reading the report? Didn't they suspend Fitz before he was proven guilty/ had his day I'm court?
you are taking everything UM is saying as if gospel...yes this is completely different from the PSU case BUT, you do sound like the defenders who said Joe Pa did what was required of him by law... Yes it was reported in he paper, yes there was some digging and they can say we used the guidelines in place at the time. Seems like know body dug too deep or did anything more than the minimum required to cover their ass.
you seem convinced that everyone did their job and there's nothing to see here.
those look perfect! For rollerblading!
look at the picture at the top of this page...Clemson's players all looked bigger and stronger than ours...at almost every position except running back. Those boys were bigger, stronger and fast!
I like Philly, but about this post, not really.
Wow, Shazier is playing?
Both lines being abused!
Miller waits too long to pull the trigger, then throws it as hard as possible.
"You set 'em up and I'll knock 'em back, Lloyd... I like you, Lloyd. I always liked you. You were always the best of 'em. Best god-damn bartender from Timbuktu to Portland, Maine – or Portland, Oregon, for that matter."
I hope Roby is not concerned about getting Abbrederis'd!
I really believe a lot depends on what kind of game Braxton has vs Clemson. If he has a great passing performance and feels it may boost his stock, that might be enough to tip the scales for him to leave?
I know it's not quite like the NCAA b-ball tourney where a couple good showing boost a guys stock tremendously but if he looks great passing in the bowl game his chances of leaving probably go way up.
i want him to have a good game but we do need to showcase our best weapon (out running game) and try to hit some passes. This really should be a showcase game for Carlos Hyde and some of our other RB's.
Braxton is actually lucky that all the blow-outs last year kept him from having to run more... and it's true that if he made better reads, had better accuracy and got rid of the ball quicker like the top level college passers his runs would've been way less.
Braxton has to look out for himself and his future, but it's a little sad to see him not better understanding or explain that he, like any player, knows that doing what's best for the current team you play on comes first. His comment sounded like what you'd expect a current pro to gripe about. I can't believe he thinks in his heart that he'd be running as much if his passing, reads and accuracy were NFL caliber.
The headline of this post needs to be corrected to "Michigan loses..."
"Arizona wins", isn't as pleasing.
Returning? What was his other option The Columbus Fire?
He has a ways to go for sure
Siked to see this!
Come on Basil, every teams kicker can kick it deep...he's not trying to keep it in play...something is wrong with his leg strenght...he used to be able to kick it thru the end zone very regularly