I think at the end of the year there is going to be a bunch of one and two loss teams that the committee has to consider for the playoff, if we keep winning we'll be in that conversation
Is this his official visit?
Band enters two hours before, team enters a couple minutes after that. You should probably be there about two and a half hours before kick to make sure you don't miss it. There's plenty to do in the area with games and giveaways too
The area between St. John's and the shoe is a good spot for free games and prizes. The radio stations hang out there and you can watch the band march into St. John's for the skull session and the team walk in from the Blackwell if you are over there two hours before kickoff. It's not hard at all to get a high five from Urban by doing this
I think this was the no brainer answer up until about ten years ago. Now it's a tougher decision. The SEC has greater national appeal at this point and the recruiting landscape is certainly more fruitful in Florida, that said, so too is the competition for those recruits. Also, seeing the way Rich Rod was treated at Michigan may give any non-michigan man pause to take the job
Athlon ranked all 128 coaching jobs for the year 2014 considering just about every angle, here's the full article:
notably, their top 5 in order is Texas, Florida, Alabama, southern cal, Ohio state. Michigan checks in at number 10
Only marginally related but the 33% rule always bothers me. If a guy plays in the first 3 games then gets hurt then he's eligible for a medical redshirt but if a guy is hurt in training camp and gets healthy enough to play the last 3 games then that counts as the whole season
Didn't they have a guy last year say then only had a 20% chance of beating Florida state? I guess this is an improvement
For the record Eddie said 5: ohio state, michigan state, penn state, Nebraska and Wisconsin. He made a point to say michigan would lose twice
Mark May - if he's never spoken of again on this site that'd still be too much
I don't think you understand the point he was making. He's not comparing hitting kids to rape, he's comparing modalities of punishment and pointing out that we don't punish adults with violence but some folks do punish children that way
So you're saying we're going to be really good in 2 years when all these freshman/sophomores are junior/seniors
Feder dominating, Alexander recruiting, Moore staying solid and Ferns loving the Bucks. Definitely a good hurry up tonight
Definitely looking forward to more formations with Samuel, Dontre, and Jalin Marshall all on the field together
Sooo... Did I win?
While Hoke's "skill" quote is the obvious headliner here let's not let Ferentz get a free pass for this one:
Ferentz on Iowa's start: "I'm not going to sit here and tell you I'm surprised. I didn't know what to expect, I'm not that smart."
He's worth every penny
Birm, you're a beast
How in the fresh hell did Steve Bellisari throw for 300 yards twice?!
I think east Carolina is actually a pretty good team and V tech had a classic hangover again
MSU and V tech are the only teams we play with the personnel to do it. Kent State tried it in segments Saturday and got exposed
I have 14 million ideas why
Sure, he can play against sec competition nine times per year at UK or against ohio state caliber players every day for 4 years