Is this a remake or a new direction in the francise? If its a new direction all will depend on the writting, a remake will always be compared to the original. I wouldn't write them off for being all female... I have seen Wiig say/do some things that made it 10x's funnier because it was a woman saying it.
If the tweet was the coaches stopped by I don't have a problem with that. Pretty sure the majority of everyone on here would post something similar if a coach stopped by their place of business. Not going to fault a HS student and his excitement during his recruiting process. Real drama was the McDowell situation last year.
I kind of saw it that way too, and it is only one side of the story as well. If He's on the line of being admitted or not, I don't think its an insult to say that w/out football he might not get in. Something has got to seperate the applicants when they all come in with similar GPAs and test scores.
I never looked at Nebraska and thought it was their Offense that was holding them back from taking the next step. Their Defense was absolutely horrible in big games.
With how late the hiring was and the dead period in recruiting I would think there is virtually no shot of *ichigan pulling off a decent class (rankings wise). The roster should have talent already, the biggest issue under Hoke was the horrible developement of the players. If I were Harbaugh, I would be looking for a QB and WRs
It's basketball and oftentimes in the season and the tournament the team with the most talent doesn't win. When the shots don't fall it's not a case of being out coached it's just the way it is. If he was losing games by 10-20 points to vastly inferior competition on a regular basis you would have a great case. A lot of his losses have been due to players going cold and or the other team going nuts and barely losing.
Isn't that the same reason why those schools you mentioned suck at football? The recruits don't want to be second fiddle to a basketball school. Works both ways.
IMO he is a good coach, the 1 and done rule screwed him out of a legitimate shot at a title when Conley, Oden etc left. Came up short in the season where they had the toughest bracket despite being a #1 seed. The bigger problem is if a recruit doesn't live up to the hype you're kind of screwed. If Amir was the force everyone thought he would be out of high school it's easily one of the best teams in the country. Let's keep in mind he's won 20 everywhere he's been and you don't do it without developing players
It would give him credit for amassing the talent for the next coach to do what they did. Typically new coaches don't walk into a program where they have the guys to do what they want. Urban didn't walk into OSU with the right guys to do everything he wanted to do. I guess you missed the huge point that you got to give some credit to Tressel for having recruited good enough talent that could be a 12-0 team in year 1 adjusting to a completely new system. Didn't say he deserves credit for the victories just for the talent left over. This is in reference to 2012 when it was all Tressel's players btw, not now.
It would be the same system that was ran under tressel if Fickell was making the calls. And any time a FB has to step in at LB you have serious depth issues
That's a nice hat for the 7 cane fans that actually show up to a home game
Here's what we know JT screwed up, now we're assuming others knew as well even though there is no proof of it I.e. Emails, texts, voicemails etc to prove it. How bout we just say he owned up to his multiple mistakes and moved on and is still doing well and respected in Ohio.
Looks like they forgot to add the asterisks to the rest of their title seasons...
Offenses have drastically changed as well to create more mismatches. You could probably use the same scheme to shut down 90% of offenses 10yrs ago. Now everyone seems to be running some sort of spread or variation of it.
Had OSU not been banned in 2012, and won it all it would be fair to say JT had a huge hand in it. IMO not so much on this team except for a few players maybe.
Love Tress, but the circumstances of not reporting violations and then not admitting previous knowledge of them was his own doing. To say he took the bullet for someone is not accurate, and suggestive that he did nothing wrong.
The biggest problem with the D was the lack of depth on it the last 3 seasons. You can't have a stout defense when you don't have the players.
What are the odds he's wearing a suit?
I wonder how early big nut got there to make sure he was positioned behind the on field reporters
IMO its actually easier to hate them now, they are the only team in the East with the legit shot of keeping OSU from the CCG. This does not mean I don't have some level of respect for their coaches and players, but I still hate them.
Why would you like a team whose goal is to beat your team?
This is why his mom didn't want him to go to Bama
Cardale has the tools to be a good NFL prospect.... What was noticeable on offense was that EZE stepped up and was amazing and we hardly ran the read option. Now maybey Jone's cannon arm had a lot to do with it. But every thing was clicking with the OL and WRs. Lets keep in mind the offense had 6 turnovers the last two games he was clutch a lot, but far from perfect. The D stepped up these last 3 games big time and that was the difference. I am fine with any QB starting because the entire team is on fire. But I can see why he was 3rd string to start the season, if he was turning the ball over in practice he wasn't doing himself any favors. I hope he perfects that aspect and its him and JT because I am not sure if Miller's arm will be ready.
The PG Program is not set up like the rest of the school is, thats not to say they are running around unsupervised. They are there to focus on testing and getting recruited all of the players have already completed HS so what is asked of them is completely different. Eddie George went to HS there, his experience was structured as you would think a military school is. Some school just the difference in programs
It should be noted that his experience at FUMA was vastly different as a Post Grad (PG) than the rest that go there. The football PG's are there to improve their tests scores and or improve their recruiting profile. They effectively eliminate the outside distractions and help them focus on testing and conditioning.