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krodawg 12th Warrior


Raleigh, NC (via Bay Village, OH)

Member since 06 February 2012 | Blog

Favorites

  • COLLEGE FOOTBALL PLAYER: Eddie! Eddie!
  • COLLEGE BASKETBALL PLAYER: JSkelton? CJent?...Hopson was a beast
  • NFL TEAM: Dare I say Cleveland Browns
  • NHL TEAM: Carolina Hurricanes
  • NBA TEAM: This league is still around?
  • MLB TEAM: Tribe
  • SOCCER TEAM: Seriously?

Recent Activity

Comment 14 Jan 2017

 underachieving position WR.

Scheme, IMO, was a huge part of the issue. You can't line up your entire front between the hashes and expect to have room to maneuver. Read this by 11w's own Eric Seger

Of interest, 

you can see all 22 players on the field on the screen at the snap because Ohio State's wide receivers aren't even 10 yards out wide from tackles Isaiah Prince and Jamarco Jones. 

Comment 23 Dec 2016
Me as well. Let the young man have his moment.
Comment 20 Dec 2016

I respect Dantonio, Nutin'. He's done a hell of a job re-establishing MSU for their glory days in the 60s and is part of the Buckeye coaching tree.

Once a Buckeye...

Comment 12 Dec 2016

All it takes is one.

From:

When determining consensus All-Americans, the NCAA still relies on five individual All-American teams: Associated Press, American Football Coaches Association, Football Writers Association of America, The Sporting News and the Walter Camp Football Foundation.

Ohio State, however, does not limit itself to those organizations when handing out trees. The threshold for Buckeye Grove is one first-team appearance on any reputable, mainstream All-American team.

Comment 05 Dec 2016

Applying this logic back to my cousin; she should be permitted to display a logo of the charity of her choice on her very small piece of equipment and present a positive image of herself to the customer base. I'm sure TGIF sponsors something like this on occasion. And I guarantee if my cousin was sick and missed the event she wouldn't be permitted to sport the logo when she clocked back in. Not sure why the same can't apply to the league.

Again, I am long done caring too much about the NFL. I thought Rozelle was good for the league. I put up with Tagliabue. Goodell can kiss my good'ell. I just don't see too much of a problem with the NFL's position here.

Comment 05 Dec 2016

I know this will probably bring on a rash of DVs but... I know a lot of folks that work for a company with a dress code. Even my cousin who waits tables at TGIF has to wear a specific color shoe.

My interest in the NFL has been long gone. Due more to the crap officiating, gypsy franchises and duration of the games than enforced dress codes though.

Comment 01 Dec 2016

"10% less likely" to toss a flag on a flagship. Assuming on the high side of 20 penalties called in a game, that's 2 penalties. Remove the more obvious "discretionary" calls - unsportsmanlike conduct, personal fouls - and the 10% drops further to around 5-6%. That's 1.2 discretionary penalties over the course of a game, assuming the high side of 20 penalties.

Even my 13 year old knows there is at least one missed call per game.

Pfffft. Rhett Brymer should be forced to return his grant that funded this research.

And yes, there's math!