As long as it's before the whistle, it's legal.
Why do you think that? Burrow is accurate with the ball and a decent runner, and all reports from bowl practices indicate that Haskins can really throw the ball around but isn't a runner. WIlson doesn't use a running QB so why is Burrow a better fit?
You should make your decision based on the apps that you have. If you have a lot of iphone apps that won't transfer or if you have a bunch of other apple products, buy another iphone and get a case. Switching to android now would be an issue.
I get that, but I remember all of the threads making fun of TTUN's WR coach for saying the exact same thing. Speed matters, just ask Urban.
BOOOOMM!! This counts as a 6 star recruit.
I think when he says regressing, he means "not as good as he once was." You wouldn't use "regressing" for not being as committed.
This is really unexpected. Recruiting is all about relationships and you'd think his relationship with Martell and Garrett would be better than any of the relationships at Nebraska.
Sweet. I still think our offense was greatly hampered by not having a reliable TE2 which really limited our run game concepts.
Damn, I was hoping this would be Mike Doss 2.0. Good luck in the league, hope you get to hit some more QBs from TTUN.
Upvotes for you as the downvotes are silly. You're only saying your opinion and not trolling.
No, but we can blame work/life/family when they get in the way.
Eh, acknowledge that we got our asses kicked because it happened. Then quote Woody Hayes (I was actually thinking this sometime in the middle of the 3rd quarter) "There's nothing that cleanses your soul like getting the hell kicked out of you. - Woody Hayes"
From getting his butt kicked in at MSU to declaring early for the NFL draft. He should be a reminder for anyone claiming a young player is a bust. Good luck at the next level.
Ryan Day's offense was BC's best offense that didn't include Matt Ryan. Matt Ryan's BC teams averaged 28.3 points a game and 5.5 yards/play. Starting in 2007 after Matt Ryan graduated, BC averaged 20.6 points a game if you take out Ryan Day's 2 years with the team. Ryan Day's BC teams averaged 26.9 points a game and 5.9 yards/play in 2013-2014. In other words, Ryan Day's coaching added a touchdown a game for BC. http://www.bcinterruption.com/2016/10/11/13241530/ryan-day-was-underappreciated
The Eagles were 7-9 in 2015, so not too terrible. In September and October, Sam Bradford's rating averaged 75.9. In November-January, his rating averaged 102.3, so he improved greatly as the year went on. It's also probably Bradford's best year as a pro so I wouldn't count the Eagles experience as a negative.
The 49ers were awful in 2015 and just as bad in 2016. No one seriously thought they were going to be competitive this year so I don't hold the team record against him. Looking strictly at the QB, Kaepernick also improved his rating over the course of the season.
Considering that the Nebraska QBs seemed to regress over their careers, I'd say he's a considerable improvement over Beck from the coaching aspect. My concerns relate to his recruiting, but I'm willing to overlook that if he can turn around the offense.
Good news on Browning, although the second half of Jones's comment doesn't sound like it comes from a committed player. I don't like that he needs to "see how he feels", although I completely understand where he's coming from.
And INTs 9 and 10 in 2017. ;-)
It's so unfair that we only get one year from him. Selfishly hope to see him back but not holding my breath.
I see this like the 2014 OSU-MSU game where OSU is behind early but both teams are trading touchdowns. Eventually JT hits one more pass than Watson or our tempo gets Clemson's defensive line tired and the run game takes over in the fourth. 45-35 OSU.
I think they've moved Lattimore to the slot and put Ward on the outside (where he can use his speed) but your point stands.
This actually is the difference for me between Spielman's dad and Thorpe's dad. Parents don't have to like your decision, and Spielman's dad's threats made it perfectly clear that he wouldn't like the decision, but the decision has to be made by the son. Thorpe's dad prevented his son from learning enough to make a decision.
I'll give the guy a chance, but I hope the fact that he was Urban's best man at his wedding won't get in the way of a change if it has to be made. There's a reason you don't mix business with friends/family.
Goddamnit Shazier. Keep your head up on that tackle. I want to watch you play for another decade. Don't get yourself injured.
I don't know who's right, and quite frankly I don't care, but it's highly amusing that you're directly contradicting the post above.
My favorite part of this is the defense was beaten so bad Samuel looks like he's skipping through the hills in a musical.
Is there a way to add a pepper somewhere for wherever Peppers ended up after that play?