lolz. Thanks for pointing that out.
Braxton & Curtis will take care of the Jalin/Dontre problem. Hopefully Parris and Noah can fill in for Corey Smith. Need Sam Hubbard/ Tyquan to step up and fill in for Joey.
Must be noted that the text is dated back to 2013.
Here are Wisconsin's highlights...
If you enjoy coffee, go to Philz. It's amazing. Grab a cup at their Castro spot and walk over to Dolores Park.
(KNOCKS ON WOOD...MULTIPLE TIMES).
Well done, Ramzy. As always...
The dream scenario, IMO, would be Hubbard beast-ing out at SDE and having Bosa and Diesel on the inside wrecking havoc on the QBs on 3rd down situations.
Noon games suck. They need to be abolished. Period.
I swear, if Urban turned us down, I had the biggest fear that we would settle and hire Beckman as our head coach. Thank the football gods for Urban!
Need the Bone Thugs link!
Oh my...that was a long time ago..UV for Joe Carter pic.
Not a Browns fan but I loved their draft. They need to build up their offensive and defensive lines and they addressed it. Danny Shelton is my favorite non-Buckeye in this draft class. I think the Browns will be fine at WR this year and you can always get a WR. I am surprised that they didn't address the TE question as a TE is the best friend for a green QB (Manziel).
Here is an interesting question: name the last team to win a Super Bowl w/ an elite (top 3) WR?
Would love Bennett on my 49ers but I don't know how he would do in a 3-4.
We need one of the freshmen to step up and be a solid contributor.
TYRESE JOHNSON-FISHER!!!! That kid is a freakshow. Give him a scholarship ASAP.
I'll go w/ Boise St. If they go undefeated, which I think is totally plausible, I could see them sneaking in as the #4 seed.
Yes and here are my reasons:
1. 4 out of 5 returning offensive linemen. They started to gel after the VaTech game and became one of the best O-Lines in the country. I expect us to be even better than we were last year.
2. QB play. It doesn't matter who you put in- we are stacked. And if it's Cardale or JT, you have to assume they will be much better after a year under their belt.
3. A healthy Zeke
4. Even more speed at the H/WR positions
5. LB play will be stellar once again. Add Booker and Conner and possibly Hilliard and we'll have two strong units at LB
6. Safety play. Powell and Bell are probably one of the best tandems we have had in a long time. And oh yeah, that Erick Smith kid is kinda good.
8. A new kickoff specialists. Don't have to worry about Clinton kicking it out of bounds.
9. Redshirts step up: Hubbard, Lattimore, McLaurin, Campbell, Slade, etc. If they can chip in and help out, then it's gravy.
10. We got Urban!
Is that a Ryan Hamby related comment? Haha...nice.
“If you look at our success last year, even the inside run game to Zeke was created by the threat of the outside,” he said. “You’re going to have to defend the box and if you defend the box with Jalin and Dontre and some of those cats out there, there’s a nice match.”
lol...good luck to any defense trying to stop our O.
You would think with his size and his experience in GaTech's offense that he would at least be a beast in run blocking. He seems lost when he is out there. Hope he can turn it around.
I'm so glad DJ Barnes released our DJ. Welcome home!!!
Tell DJ Barnes to give us back DJ Byrnes!!!!
Flips under Urban:
H: Dontre Wilson (Oregon) : still have faith in Dontre
WR: Corey Smith (Mississippi St); dangerous blocker, if he can hold on to the ball he could be a top WR this year
WR: Alex Stump (Kentucky); probably a redshirt this year
RB: Mike Weber (Michigan); will get the chance to compete for 2nd or 3rd string behind Zeke
OT: Kevin Feder (Miami,FL); has the potential to be a stud
OT: Kyle Dodson (Wisconsin); injury ended his career
OT: Taylor Decker (Notre Dame); future 1st round pick
OT: Brady Taylor (Va Tech); could see time in the two-deep this year
OT: Brandon Bowen (Utah); probably a redshirt this year
OT: Joey O'Connor (Penn State); transferred to Colorado State
OG: Demetrius Knox (Texas); hurt but hopeful Meechy will see time in the two-deep
OG: Mirko Jurkovic, Jr (Nebraska); probably will redshirt this year
DE: Sam Hubbard (Notre Dame- lacrosse); has all the tools to be a stud, will see a lot of action this year
DE: Se'Von Pittman (Michigan State); transferred
DE: Darius Slade (Michigan State); will see playing time this year
DT: Da'Von Hamilton (Kentucky); probably a redshirt this year
DT: Rob Landers (West Virginia); probably a redshirt this year
DT: Tommy Schutt (Penn State); will probably start alongside Diesel
LB: Jerome Baker (Florida); very excited about him, could be in the two-deep depth chart
DB: Damon Arnette (South Carolina); will probably redshirt this year or will play special teams
DB: Joshua Norwood (Cincy); will probably redshirt this year or will play special teams
CB: Gareon Conley (Michigan); could be a starter opposite of Eli Apple this year
That's a lot of flips. Am I missing anyone?
EDITED: added Norwood, Jurkovic Jr., & Taylor