+1 to you...VT was difficult to watch. However, I really believe that game was the wake-up call the young team needed. It came early in the season and lit a fire under the team and gave them something to prove the rest of the way. While we'll never know for sure, I feel like the VT loss and other setbacks this team faced actually propelled them to the championship.
Nothing to be worried about...they always say it's not uncommon for them to be different shapes and/or sizes.
Great story. Ezekiel seems very down to earth and humble from his interviews...a refreshing change of pace from the majority of athletes today. When all is said and done, this young man could potentially be one of the greatest to ever don the scarlet and grey.
Last time I checked Urban has never won or even coached an NFL game which is the ceiling in his profession of coaching football...therefore...he has not accomplished more than JH in the over all scheme of the football world...and his chosen profession of coaching.
How do you know Urban even wants to coach in the NFL? Perhaps coaching college teams to championships is the pinnacle he has set for himself. You can hype Harbaugh all you'd like...if I were a UM fan I would. It is the only good thing, besides getting Pope Peppers on campus, to happen to up there in a decade. However, I really wouldn't bring up Harbaugh's NFL accomplishments...he's won as many titles as Pat Shurmur.
I never really have that much off time because of football but when I do get time off I really enjoy wrestling. Wrestling has been really helpful with improving my footwork and conditioning. I think wrestling really did help me out with football, a lot.
Can you imagine having to wrestle a 6'9" giant in high school? I never wrestled and have heard on more than one occasion that a low center of gravity is advantageous, but I gotta believe that at least a small part of you, even if only for a moment, has to be like "son of a ..." when you see someone his size step onto the mat opposite you.
Although I would have enjoyed seeing how Dann's and Miller's gaming prowess translated to the non-virtual football field, I like the Chryst hire. His offenses at UW were quite productive when he was OC and hopefully he will continue to field competitive (championship game performance aside) teams like we've come to expect from UW.
Looks like Cam Johnston in disguise...so that's what punters do when they're not punting.
God bless Kosta and his friends and family....what a tragedy.
I wish this was the case...at least then I'd be more likely to understand the immaturity. Unfortunately, I'm willing to bet a lot of these folks are middle-aged losers who forget this is ultimately just a game. Wouldn't it be interesting if Jalin could watch them do their jobs and criticize them as they make mistakes?
Think about it: A guy challenges you to a fight outside a bar in the back alley. It's a snowstorm, but before the guy squares up, he takes off his shirt and pants. That dude is crazy, and chances are you do not want to fight a naked, crazy man in a snowstorm in a back alley behind a dive bar. The fight is essentially over before it began.
Great point. By any chance, does this hypothetical crazy man look like this dream-haunter from a post a few weeks back?
All of sudden I'm quite concerned for the gentleman in the blue shirt with the festive bow tie.
We had a great weekend in College Park/DC. The Maryland fans we sat with were fantastic folks.
Devin Smith made a fantastic catch in the end zone last week that many receivers would have dropped or failed to get both feet in bounds. Against Navy he had the game changer reception we desperately needed for an 80-yard TD.
Not to mention the tremendous one-handed grab against Miami last year, the eventual game winner against Michigan State two years ago and the fingertip touchdown against UM last year. Devin definitely seems to have a knack for making the tough catch. The problem seems to be he drops too many "routine" balls. Perhaps it's just a lapse in focus? Needless to say it'll be interesting to see what happens the rest of the way.
Couldn't help myself, especially given recent events. Now if someone well versed in video editing could somehow put Noah's head on Euphegenia Doubtfire's body we'd really be on to something!
I can see why such a policy would be beneficial but the HS requirement kind of sucks for infrequent posters/commenters who occasionally like to chime in *cough...like me...cough*. I can get behind a length of membership provision...a probationary period if you will. It would definitely cut down on the number of people who create an account just to tell Fickell to go &*$# himself.
No need to apologize...just hit a nerve I guess. I can be as emotional as anyone so I can relate. I've just always really liked the way Beamer coaches his teams. It just seems he has this great great lunch-pail mentality. His teams often aren't flashy, but damn are they fundamentally sound, especially on special teams.
To me, this is a case of getting 100% outcoached, by a guy who has permanent stroke face.
Really? It wouldn't have been sufficient to just say OSU was 100% outcoached and leave it at that? His "stroke face" is from a serious burn injury he received as a child. I'm as disappointed as anyone about how the team I love played yesterday but can't we have more class than this? Beamer is a hell of a coach and VT is lucky to have him...he's not the longest tenured coach for nothing.
Congrats to all...the hard work has been worth it, gents! Go Bucks!
Just wanted to say it again...congrats to Brady Taylor and family. As a kid who grew up in Ohio, I was one of many who dreamed of growing up to play for the Buckeyes. Brady actually gets to live that dream. Best of luck to him...I know I'll enjoy watching his career.
Wait until you see his Cupid Shuffle! #poetryinmotion