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Comment 15 Dec 2014

Greatest inadvertently bad video of all time right here.  Imagine the budget he was working with!

Comment 15 Dec 2014

Backup dude in the white throws that move with crazy flava!

Comment 08 Dec 2014

They key part to your comment is that Barrett's running threat made a defense game plan completely differently than if they are preparing for a QB who isn't a dangerous runner.  A defense has to have one more player assigned to attack the line of scrimmage to neutralize the QB run, which is one less player clogging up the passing lanes or covering width.  

They ran Barrett so much to open these things up, and I believe they will run Cardale a bit for similar reasons, maybe as a QB-called audible when he sees certain things.  Just not too far outside the tackles :)

Would be super gutsy, though!

Comment 07 Dec 2014

Interesting take here: http://www.sportingnews.com/ncaa-football/story/2014-12-07/playoff-teams-oregon-alabama-florida-state-ohio-state-four-in-four-out-baylor-tcu?iadid=NCAAFFront_DL_1

Comment 07 Dec 2014

They absolutely would be dropping.  The committee judged them #3 last week, then they took care of business, blowing out their opponent.  It's not like they looked shaky.

If strength of schedule was supposed to matter, why didn't it matter last week?

Comment 07 Dec 2014

I don't think it's so clear cut.  Taking off your homer glasses, it's very hard to drop #3 TCU TWO SPOTS when they blew their opponent out.  Not saying it won't happen, but far from assured.

Comment 06 Dec 2014

Nice, I also grew up in Cincy, went to OSU and then moved out east, been around Boston for 15 years.  BC's a nice place, but they just don't do college football the same out here, do they?

Comment 05 Dec 2014

Hard to say.  Solid for sure, but I would say their only "statement" win is Nebraska.  They always play us tough, though.   We shall see...

Comment 04 Dec 2014

I'm not sure that you're correct.  If Braxton graduates this year, I believe he can use the "Graduate Exception" here instead of the "Graduate Transfer Waiver" below it.  http://www.athleticscholarships.net/ncaa-transfer-exceptions.htm