Honestly wasn't a big fan of season 1. But I'm very excited for season 2!
I would say so. Marotti just won strength/conditioning coach of the year. What impressed me even more was how he was able to condition our players for different games. Not only can he beef our guys up but when he saw Oregon tape he challenged his players to lose weight to get quicker and more endurance. I don't know how many other coaches have that wherewithal in awareness and the means to make it happen, but I imagine it is not many.
Is there a photo of Beck where his face doesn't have a crazed serial killer look to it?
I agree to an extent though I think driving players are difficult enough to defend as it is. Instead they should just allow more body contact and make the player put up a good shot.
It is desperately needed.
The fights I've watched have been very different. A lot of variety and a ton of movement. Watch some of Anderson Silva who I think is the most exciting fighter to watch (though he's now cast a dark shadow over his entire career). Only a few of the fights I watched turned into ground battles.
To each their own. I think MMA takes more skill. I've seen many a talented striker get taken to the ground and have no idea what to do. Boxing is more controlled but I think there is just as much artistry in MMA, though I suppose anyone can make an argument for the sport they favor more.
That's why I think MMA has taken over. So many more dimensions and ways to attack your opponent.
That's just part of the problem with their weight class. They don't have the strength of blows to break through guards like heavy weights do. Knockouts don't typically happen unless the other guy makes a big mistake. I don't like him as a person, but mayweather has perfected his strategy and it works. It is more of an issue with boxing than it is with Mayweather.
To me this is why MMA has supplanted boxing. I feel it is just all around the superior sport.
Differing opinion here. Mayweather to me dominated the fight. Yes he ran and ducked but he was always in control. He stole the few early rounds with some precise punches while avoiding manny. The rest of the way he controlled the distance and landed majority of the clean strikes. Manny had a few good bouts but Mayweather just looked stronger fitter and more put together. This is why the fight should have happened 5 years ago. Manny 5 years ago and Mayweather 5 years ago could have been a whole different story.
He is part of the secondary so when Mike burns them he is also getting burned. Is he your cousin or something? You seem to be awful sensitive about people saying anything bad about him. It's draft night not his wedding he's getting selected in the first round and going to make a lot of money. I think Mike making a joke about the no fly zone is perfectly fine. The game is always better with some trash talk thrown in.
I was referring more to the unit. Also why getting so upset? Trash talk is part of the game I got no problem with it.
Does it really matter. Gurley might have been #1 in a different era. Certain positions are more valued than others. And Mike burned him pretty bad when we played him.
I completely disagree. Thad is the best recruiter our BBall program has ever had. I'm not sold that he can't develop talent either. Let's see how this next batch of talented kids do before we sell him out.
In terms of what he adds and does I said yes. I would say him or Bosa are the most outstanding at their respective positions on the national scene.
I feel it is a bit ironic for ASJ to point out ridiculous negative comments during BBall games.
I think the defense was pretty good that year, the offense put them in horrible positions all year.
Thats as much Bollman's fault. Luke is a defensive guy the OC is largely in command of the offense. Just like when Kiffin took over he pretty much ran his offense while Saban and Smart overlook the defense.
Or if something unfortunate happens he'll think thank god I got the money while I could.
It was a sight to see him play. Though he played during a tumultuous season he'll go down as one of the buckeye greats.
From what I read the decision to initially remove her and the victims alleged attacker from the band was both of their decisions, though the report made it sound like Waters was the one who remained adamant that she not rejoin until she took the issue to the next level. JSandusky11 has offered another side of the story since I've read that report. In the reports mentioned there are two more cases of sexual assault that were by band members under Waters. That prompted me to believe that the university was justified in his termination. I don't know that I hold the stance he should have been fired but I'm not ready to jump on the stand with Waters bandwagon.
Thanks for humoring me. Obviously I don't have access to that information. Given the supposed 3 sexual assault charges were brought up by the university with no other information to go off of I default stand by the university. Now to what extent he was involved, at fault, or responsible in the dealing of these situations I don't know and will probably never know. I'll take your word for it about that particular case. But since I have no way of knowing about the others I'm not willing to shout stand with Waters or, now, decry him.
Maybe. I mean saying someone knows how to work a room doesn't necessarily mean anything political. Most agree he is a great orator. Most agree Hitler was a great orator. I don't think Eric acknowledging that Obama handled the event well points to any political leaning.
EDIT: In retrospect I hope I didn't offend anyone with the hitler comment. Just trying to illustrate a point.
Where did you read that. The story says she was a band member. I haven't read anything anywhere else. I searched all over about this I can't find anything to discredit these claims.