I have a buddy who puts the #1 receiver in the #4 spot in certain formations to match him up with linebacker and run the slant. This has morphed into us spending 15 minutes before each game we play screwing with packages, depth charts, and audibles...During the Ted Ginn days, he would put him in as the QB in certain formations and just outrun everyone to the sideline, so cheap and unstoppable
Out of state tuition with room and board is $44,000. That is $176,000 over a four year period and $220,000 if you redshirt. That is plenty
I think it is more about the perception of the B1G. If the worst team in the SEC can out recruit virtually the entire B1G, that is a huge problem. Yes we would savage Kentucky if we ever played them, but Kentucky, 2-10 Kentucky, is competing with conference champ Sparty for recruits...and winning
My thoughts exactly
Did you hear us after MSU hired Bollman? I can still taste the crow from Indy
The problem I have is why aren't the players required to wear mouthpieces? A significant percentage of concussions are caused by the lower jaw banging into the rest of the skull. Helmets are loose and shake when players run. Players routinely don't buckle up all chin straps. Improve the equipment, don't ruin the game.
I met him and his dad last summer and he was a very nice guy, as was his dad. He was a "yes sir" "no sir" kid, so I am surprised by the problems at GT. I coach at a Dayton area high school and his dad was promoting a cross fit center...He is a legit 6'4", I'm 6'2" and he was a couple inches taller than me. Definitely passed the eye test...I also told him that I would root for him every week even though he wasn't a Buckeye, so I am taking credit for the transfer.
So when do the ex-FIFA presidents start their jobs at the NCAA? Or has Auburn already hired them?
They only have 91 guys on scholarship right now...they need another class of 30 or so