The fire doesn't have to melt the steel. It only has to soften it and it will fail.
I'm not sure how one could over look him.
Maybe it is the picture, but that is way too much bun.
They are a big hit when I bring them over in StL. They are also a big hit around the world, literally. I had them shipped to various places when out and about and the reception is incredible. They are addicting. After that, I like to bring home Cedar Point Taffy. Mrs G figured out how to make cheese on a stick. So all is well.
And that dick Herbstreit dropped OSU in his poll after the win.
His development was solid for his 3 years, always going up. Tressel coached him very well. I will always defend his actions ( I was never mad at him), but seeing this again shows me how much better of a passer Cardale Jonnes is at QB. The mechanics of Jones' passing is very smooth leading to great accuracy.
Well, Urban Meyer's Florida Gators did a great job in 2007 against our Buckeyes if you remember. And for the following bowl game he gave up 500 yards and 41 points to short, slow and weak Mike Hart led Wolverine team that managed almost 100 yards against the Senator. Getting back to the same level is not as easy as snapping your fingers.
Football speed is one thing. Not all can run in pads. Bo Jackson can run in pads. And he ran 10.25ish in the 100.
Or having The Beast run behind aforementioned Orland Pace. Or Beanie Wells.
There's that 36 inch vertical leap
This isn't a Browns thread.
Right. He won't have 2000 with Miller taking the snaps.
It still smells like hotdog water.
Like how he hates going to the barber?
Is it a bigger boat?
The 85 yard run against Alabama was not a "Heisman moment" then?
Of course not. That was a huge hole. A Heisman moment was Trent Richardson studder step or Carlos Hyde...doing whatever you call it after getting hit about the six and diving in. Or Miller against Penn State. Have you not paid attention to the comments ESPN makes while promoting whom they want to win it?
You got to be born with what number 10 just did.
Brad Nessler on Troy Smith Heisman moment.
No. Mangino won a lot of games at Kansas and is not a fraud of a coach who was paid 25 mil to not coach.
One of these is not like the others. Which one and how. It should be obvious.
Jaws is in the theaters now, incase anybody missed it.
His Walter Payton (complete) style game is not what they are looking for, this is true. It has to be a Heisman moment, and 85 yards through the heart of the south isn't actually it. To me it is, to them, no. He is a dynamic and violent football player. I love watching him punish blitzing linebackers and safeties even more than that gif of a kick/punt return.
I hope so.
He carries 330 lbs very well, unlike most his age. I can't wait to see what Marriotti does to him.