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Apparently there are 2 types of H-backs. One is the Dontre Wilson/Jalin Marshall type. The other is Noah Brown type. I'm excited to see that part of the offense when it's out. I suspect a TE is in-line while the big H-back is the guy motioning in the backfield. But i'm no ross fulton, just his student.
Can we stop downvoting him? I can't read the hilarity in his post.
Jokes on her. Even assuming that someone with ebola vomits in her lap, the trick is getting out of the suit without letting the vomit touch you.
Uhh guys, this article is from August.
I am not an infectious disease expert, but to piggyback a bit, keep in mind that the Duncan lived with 3 people for 3 days while he was symptomatic, and they have not shown evidence of contracting the disease. Whatever casual contact they had while living together did not cause transmission. The only people who got sick were nurses who cared for him in the later stages of the disease and were probably responsible for cleaning his bedpans/vomit.
Looking at the second picture, I wonder if Braxton would have taken off, broken ~4 ankles, and high-stepped into the end-zone.
Mike Bennett, we pulled off of him. Joey Bosa, we pulled off of him a little bit.
And the offensive line rejoiced.
“Kerry Coombs,” Crowell told 11W over the summer. “Is the best college coach I’ve ever met when it comes to recruiting.”
And hopefully no one doubts Coombs' value on this staff again.
I love that you kept the bird. Nice touch.
His punt return helped us win this game. Play at 0:40 seconds.
Also Oregon > Cincinnati
I believe Trey Johnson has an injury and was out for most of fall camp.
Great writeup as usual. Ross, what was the delay in making these sorts of adjustments? I'm wondering why these adjustments were not in our offense at the start of the year and why it took the VT game to implement them. Did we not face a bear defense last year? Is Braxton not able to make his reads, etc.? Or is he just such a good athlete that the defense was already constrained, so we never had to think about this?
And more to the OP's point, he'd probably have a job on a practice squad somewhere right now as a WR as a pet project from some coach looking to hit it big.
I know the NFL has instituted a policy where a trainer is in a booth watching every player and every play for signs of injuries, and the UM policy sounds pretty similar. Does anyone know if we have a similar policy?
Not concerned. Urban had this issue with Tebow and Leak in FL. He also had this issue last year with Braxton and Guiton. He'll find a starter, that starter will win, and winning usually solves any and all locker room issues.
Dude, look at the scoreboard again. We gave up 28. ;-)
How can he say "I can only answer for me"? He's the head coach! He is, in some way, responsible for everything that goes on in that program, on and off the field. At this point, it's almost like he's just hanging on until he gets fired so he can get his severance pay.
I say this with the most serious face imaginable, but his ball placement on swing passes is amazing. And that is not an easy pass to throw.
To piggyback, the Seahawks also made the Super Bowl with minimal contributions from Harvin. Their best WR was a toss up between Golden Tate and Baldwin. Harvin is also lucky to play 50% of their offensive snaps, so it's not like he's always on the field drawing coverage.
Wayy too early to be thinking of medical redshirts, and it's probably going to be moot. This is his redshirt year. If he stays here for 4 years and wants to play a 5th, I think he can apply for his medical, but I'm guessing he'll be off to bigger and better things by then.
Well, according to the plaintiff attorney, Cornwell asked them for a settlement number, and they gave it to them. Then Cornwell apparently made that public via twitter. Not exactly kosher.
To be fair, I also think a 6'6 safety was previously unheard of.