Two freshmen will be the best players on the court, and this one should be fun to watch.
So true, Tate and Russell.
For me, the funniest part was the mention of Stone Cold Steve Austin. The rest was....ehhh.
Loving just cannot handle the ball in traffic.
Rece Davis is still talking about a goaltend against Slam that the refs missed. Give it a rest, there were 10 minutes left in the 1st half. That's not why the Bucks are winning now.
Not a kicker, just going on what you said about zeroing in on kickers and punters. The need to block a kicker or punter doesn't happen too often, but when it did, it sounds like you made a point to single them out. Why was that? If it happens in the course of a play, so be it. But if you intentionally seek them out because they're kickers, that's cowardly, not something to brag about.
I agree that the Lippett hit above was awsome, but the kicker was right there trying to make a tackle on the returner, so it wasnt a cheap shot. The way I read your comment was that you sought out the kicker whether he was near the play or not.
So what you're saying is that you were a coward and liked to dish out cheap shots.
Concerned that it's only 3???
I'm thinking photoshop.
National Champs!! Just like the good Lord and Woody would want it!!
I'm sure there are t-shirts and whatnot already printed for both teams too. Not a big deal. The Dispatch is taking orders for Tuesday's paper knowing everyone will want one if the Bucks win.
Losing to a Crean coached team is the worst.
I heard be was running with scissors the other day.
They ruled it a catch and must have felt the ground cause the fumble, therefore, no fumble. They never showed a good replay of it so we'll probably never know. We won so it's a non-issue to me.
Oregon is in the same boat that we are. They celebrated that Rose Bowl win and even felt the need to mock Winston. Huge win for them and now they have to get up for another game, a game in which they are heavy favorites. I like the Bucks position a lot. They have a coach who has never been in this position, we have Urban. It won't be easy, but motivation shouldn't be a problem.
I agree. I've never understood this overrated talk. Why would you want to say the team you just beat wasn't as good as everyone thought?
The SEC also had more teams in bowls so they had more opportunities to win. 7-5 with their ranked teams going 2-5 is not that impressive. The B1G was underdogs in all 10 games but went 5-5 while winning all the major ones on New Year's day. Keep driving that agenda Clay.
I was frustrated early in the year because no one seemed able to bust a long run. Boy have things changed. He's becoming a homerun hitter against the best defenses in the country. Can't wait to see what he's able to do against the Ducks.
I also noticed him on the sideline wearing a towel on his head. Such a prima donna, always wanting the attention!
Saving that for January 12th.
I'm probably wrong, but I think the zone leads to no energy from the players. You don't have to work as hard playing zone. Matta teams have played man forever and that's even when he would only play 6 or 7 guys a game. He consistently plays 10 guys per game this year so playing man to man and staying fresh shouldn't be a problem. How many of these kids played zone in high school? It's probably pretty new to them.
So much better than watching fat Bama fans eloquently tell us why they're going to win on YouTube.
3 teams with a pulse, 3 losses. Not a good sign.
Sounds about like every middle schooler arguing that their team is the best. As usual, no real substance, just Bama this Bama that. He actually had the nerve to say that Bama overcame a lot of adversity this year and won games that no one thought they had a chance to win. For the record, Landon Collins is listed as a 6-0 220lb DB. Our placekicker is listed at 6-1 230lbs. Suck on that nut sack! Yes, I stooped to his level for a second. One last thing. Anybody else think his mom will get mad if he puts another Bama sticker on his bedroom door?
Russell hasn't done anything to warrant showboating. Actually there's nothing he could do that would warrant showboating. Make a good play and get ready to make another. When flopping and getting the call is the most significant thing you accomplished all day, it's time to reevaluate your priorities. He didn't play anywhere close today to the way he played in the 2nd half against Louisville.
I'm not trying to bash him, he's an incredible talent, there's just a little bit too much "look at me" in his game and personality right now. He's still learning and he could end up being one of the greats when it's all over.