I think Mullen is a good coach. Other MSU has been dreadful but he's brought them some stability. Plus hes a damn fine offensive coach. Could be fun for the rivalry
The guy eats grass, I wouldn't put anything past him
the Browns own ohio. Except for ya know, on the field :(
The problem with all the attention paid to recruiting these days is kids aren't allowed to develop. If they arent a superstar from day 1, well then shoot they just never will be. Some kids don't blossom in year 1 as a starter and that's fine. If he's playing to his current level by mid or end of next year, then fine let's worry. But let him get some experience.
pic 18 on the slideshow.
the mark may autograph pic. just brilliant
yep, the fact their coach basically said 'we will know who plays QB Saturday" means a line is unlikely for this one
If you're putting pressure on medical personnel to lie, then pack it up, you're gone. Goodness
understandable that the usc game was not a great experience for you. I was lucky to enough to have good friends living in santa monica so while getting out wasn't the best, the overall experience was great. We went up there and tailgated early and spent the day around some amazing fans. Having to walk back to LA from that stadium though....ouch. anyway thanks for your sharing your favorites!
I would love an excuse to go see a game down there. Maybe this will get thrown on the 2024 schedule
That's incredibly cool
I think bad weather would help this team. A lot of our passing vs cincy was quick hitters, relying on moving the chains. Our inside and power running looks to be getting better each week. Moving the chains is at a premium in bad weather games, and being able to get small chunks of yards. Coming off the most first downs in ncaa history, I think bad weather favors OSU
I have a group of friends who were at that game and said it was an incredible venue/fanbase and loved every minute of it. Still mad I missed that one
What about NON-neutral site games? I think the rose and title games etc. are obvious choices, but for true road environments?
Yea I think it was 100% never about player safety. I said as much in my edit to try and make my clear my point. I think he is adapting to a rule he hates. A rule he hates because his teams have trouble against offenses that utilize the rule, NOT because of player safety. That's just his BS excuse to cry foul
I haven't read the article, but unless saban says something to directly contradict what he said previously this is nothing. He is adapting to the rules to stay on top of the game, that doesn't necessarily mean he likes the rules.
EDIT: I should add I don't believe for a second that saban gives a single f&ck about player safety. I know that's the excuse he uses to want offenses slowed down. I just don't believe this article represents a changing of the heart for saban. (Im confusing myself too)
Zeke just needs to be Zeke. Great skill, attitude, and work ethic, just keep being you!
The metro DC forecast has changed each day since the 10 day forecast came in range. Yesterday morning it was going to be mid 70s and sunny Saturday and sunday. then the high was low 60s. now mid 60s with rain. ill be interested to see what it says as we get closer to Saturday. that being said, 90% is some high confidence in rain so cant hurt to pack the rain gear if youre travelling!
that's a damn fine choice
Thanks for sharing. He was a great coach and by all accounts better guy. Cancer sucks
nothing beats a good ol meltdown over nothing at all
I wouldn't blame him if a school change is in the works. I think hed be wise to stay with OSU, but it seems increasingly likely he wont see the field at OSU
Those will be used in games soon enough.
I like the recent lunarline or whatever they were called much better. These are ok but too much black.