Yep. I thought he was better than Apple for the majority of last season. He might not have the explosiveness of Lattimore when the ball is near, but he is very solid and has an NFL frame at DB.
Or stays home and goes to Pitt, where its head coach has a track record for 1st round CBs, and he would start from the day he walks on campus since they are seriously lacking talent on the backend (but for Whitehead).
OSU is extremely aggressive with trademark litigation and has threatened 11W before when using Brutus' likeness for profit. They even had to change the name of the tailgate because it used Brutus' name. Read the oral history of 11W (http://www.elevenwarriors.com/11w/2016/08/73365/the-oral-history-of-eleven-warriors-10-years-on-the-wild-ride-of-the-largest-college-sports-team-site-on-the-internet) as they discuss a lot of this.
Both would lose in an arm wrestling match to Ditka?
Well, I think Collier would fit the bill currently, prior to injury. But he's all-buckeye. I personally think you need a few of these types of players as well to keep the roster well-rounded and to ensure depth if the '5-star' players who don't win the starting spot decide to head elsewhere to find playing time.
Maybe Herman will bring him with him after Urban retires. /s
Considering the 2015 bye week was a huge catalyst to the MSU loss, with JT getting the DUI and losing all semblance of a passing rhythm that was developing after being named starter mid-season, I am happy to see it come and go early in the season.
Same people that probably threw a fit when Kenny Guiton was given a scholly. You never know what someone is capable of and everyone develops at different rates.
Nobody is bringing up BJ Sander, who won the Ray Guy Award in 2003...following Andy Groom.
I could see Rams fans wanting that...not sure USC fans would want it.
Here is an article that goes into some of the reasons they continue to be a dumpster fire:
In a slight defense of USC, I do think their NCAA sanctions were extreme, considering the evidence was pretty scant. Like OSU, there have been much worse scandals since that time that have received less punishment.
Yes, especially since its the correct answer.
Yep. They should have gone after Jack Del Rio a long time ago, but Pat Haden was always the smartest man in the room and would not do it.
Zeke...based on his 'salmoning' of the Sugar Bowl Commissioner.
How dare you!
He was a fantastic talent. Injuries can be a b!tch.
I ripped the patch off
Tip of the cap to this catch:
This one was pretty good, although not as difficult since no one could cover him.
Holmes' charity: http://www.thirdandlongfoundation.org/
Article on the little boy battling Leukemia (who completed his treatments in May) that Holmes befriended: http://www.clickorlando.com/news/central-florida-boy-inspires-others-fighting-with-leukemia
Joshua Perry also befriended that little boy...which isn't surprising since he is a quality individual.
I agree...when Mike Tomlin says you got to go, you are definitely a distraction. He doesn't have a track record for being a huge disciplinarian.
To Holmes credit, he seems to have righted himself. He is doing a lot of charity work and is very involved in a little buckeye's fight with cancer in Florida.
Let's not forget Dantonio also started the resurgence of the Cincinnati football program. He lead them to their first winning record in 23 years. Brian Kelly gets the credit, but Dantonio started the program down that path.
And I would also argue that it is certainly more impressive to win at MSU than at UM. UM may have a lot more pressure, but its not nearly as difficult to recruit with the pedigree and resources at your disposal. I think Dantonio would be wildly successful if he was the coach at UM.
None of this is knocking Harbaugh, but just supporting the notion that Dantonio is an excellent coach.
So did you eat your words with or without the sriracha? :)