Truth be told, I haven't had confidence in the return game since Teddy Ginn made ST coordinators everywhere curl up in a fetal position. Nobody has really excelled there, though there have been some shining moments thanks to guys like Marshall. Hell, even Ray Small had his moments. There's got to be someone on the roster who will see an opportunity and say, hey, this job is mine, and own the damn thing.
At least run the simulations through here first, so we know there's no bias:
Beat Oklahoma, or at least let them know they've been in the biggest dogfight since St. Mihiel.
The rest will take care of itself.
I don't like to see anyone lose their job, but Moorehead needs to be out on his ass after that. aTm is having enough problems holding onto recruits and players already in the program, so they certainly don't need this guy making it that much harder for them.
Yeah, if Jay Harbaugh had done it, it would have been done in glitter pen.
Distance from Plano, TX, to Columbus, OH: 1,041 miles
Distance from Plano, TX, to Santa Barbara, CA: 1,519 miles
Glad Drake Johnson is going to be okay. Means I can post this with a clear conscience (song starts at 0:45):
Prediction: The Browns will trade out of the #2 pick and will end up taking Braxton Miller at #22, leading Jimmy Haslam to say "Well, we always take a QB at #22, right?... what do you mean he isn't a QB anymore?"
Rather hoping Bosa somehow drops to the Bucs at #9, because Lord knows they need a pass rush. Most mocks have them taking Hargreaves, but good pass D starts with the pass rush, so I guess I don't get it.
5. Fifty feet of dog shit
Still better and more useful than Fifty Shades of Grey.
The last #11 we had at wideout didn't do too badly.
Although it's good to see the Buckeyes already rented some real estate in Mayfield's mind. The paranoia of the OSU media machine's tentacles should thicken throughout the offseason.
Time for some mind games...
TTUN-Tennessee in the TaxSlayer Bowl. Book your tickets now!
I'm almost certain that Mrs. Lealman took Lealman 2.0 to a movie when he was two. The first movie I remember taking him to was Wall-E when he was three. He sat quietly through it, with only a few comments. He's always been good at movies or live performances, though. He's just that kind of kid.
And then there's this:
That's the one that sticks out in my mind. I'll pass on cruises, thanks.
I had heard the same thing and that there were rumblings that Kroger was in talks to buy Winn-Dixie so that they could gain a foothold here and battle it out with Publix.