Why can't it just be the players? Unless Mike Thomas was getting extra coaching on the side, he seemed to learn the techniques and picked everything up fine from the drills and instructions. Sometimes, players just can't apply what they do on the practice field to the game.
I don't think he has the arm strength, or trusts his arm enough, to make a throw against his body while he's running to the left. It's probably pretty normal for right-handed QBs to escape to the right.
Not bad, although I think step 1 should read: Recruit and develop players better.
Man, the Cleveland Clinic is going to have a surge of newborns in 5-9 months.
Gun to my head, I never would have guessed the name of the PSU QB. After reading it above, I'm still not sure if DJ got it right or pulled a random name from a hat.
I guess I'm going to learn a few things on Saturday.
I know Urban love Tebow, but I wonder if he's getting sick yet of answering questions about him.
Three words for you: Consider Danny Clark.
Lol, let's make 17 year olds sign legally binding documents and then hit them with a 1 year penalty if they realize they made a bad decision. It's for their own good.
Question. Is Barrett reading on the play? Or is it always going to be a sweep since the TE seals the end (unless the TE is also reading the same end player, which would be awesome on paper but require really good execution).
Proximity to his son's high school football games.
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I could see him playing over Worley, assuming he still plays the walk-out LB position from Chris Ash's days.
In 2 of those highlights, the LT #78 doesn't touch anyone. A LT who doesn't touch anyone on any given play has screwed up somehow. That's a pretty solid rule of thumb, yes?
I think ESPN just broke the "secret" advantage that the OU fans were talking about. Any chance it has anything to do with the QB running OU's scout team? Kyler Murray?
Wow, that's what the weather was like on the field against Tulsa? No wonder we didn't throw the ball downfield.
Watch Stoops start him and run a naked bootleg on the first play of the game. Coaches can make points that hurt.
So Gibson is kicked out of school and can't go to the WHAC, but because this isn't an NCAA issue, the coaches and teammates can still talk to him, right? I imagine they would be able to keep him in the loop and give him drills and stuff to work on while he's hanging around?
Am I just getting old or are music artists' names just getting more ridiculous and misspelled than from 10 years ago?
Mewhort graded really well according to Profootballfocus. Someone should update that article because he only has a knee sprain, not an ACL tear.
Who let Peppers into the OSU locker? That guy needed to be fired yesterday.
I actually would prefer if we could ask Herman for Ed Oliver for one game. That dude destroyed OU's line and would be welcome in the DT rotation.
I actually think the final score is closer than it should have been. Houston fumbled the ball on the 1 yard line going in to make it a 40-14 game around the 4 min mark of the 4th quarter. OU recovered and scored a meaningless touchdown at the end, but it should have been 40-14.
The moment I learned about the attack is still pretty firmly etched in my memory. Finished gym class freshman year and lined up by the door to leave like usual. The gym teacher solemnly said that two planes hit the world trade center, and that this was a bad day. I can't remember the teacher's name, but I can still see his face right now.
Who is #9 on the Gorman team? Let's offer him too. Seems to have a nice size/speed combo.
I can see Bob Stoops now, after the game, saying "...And that's why we need you to come here. So we don't get our asses kicked like that. What do you say?"