42-7 against PSU in 2013 was pretty dominant.
Please get some help 618. There is a lot of it out there and we all need it.
Dude could take over a college basketball game like few before or after him could, and was a National Player of the Year.
Jim Jackson absolutely has to be in the starting 5 somewhere. ABSOLUTELY!!!
Listen to your therapist Zeke.
Actually I am not in the least bit surprised. I think this is pretty common place for hoops players.
Mr. Green, on your deathbed (when you break on through to the other side), you will receive total consciousness.
I see your Mario Anderetti and raise you "and lyrically I am not the best."
Heuerman's quote about Miller is great. Love that Braxton took the opportunity to stay engaged in the program through an undoubtedly tough time in his life.
Unless he suffered yet another concussion, or was having headaches, memory loss, double vision, or if he went to the coaching/medical staff and said, "you know what I don't know if sacrificing the health of my brain is worth a few more seasons of football." We don't know any of that, and after the season seems like the most logical time to have those types of discussions.
I don't understand what is odd about it. He finished the season. He has a history of concussions. The end of the season seems like a pretty logical time to think about your future, no?
We learned of it 3 weeks later, but you can go with whatever narrative you want to portray. As far as I know he is still a part of the team. Do you have other information?
37 days later
Wow, that Deion/Deadspin article is an absolute must read. Unreal. Crazy. Fascinating stuff.
Unfortunately not very deep with the loss of Johnson and Berger's long term future in doubt.
Best Kyle Clinton montage ever.
well the NCAA forgave them so all must be okay
I am sure Urban would say, "Braxton will/won't start Game 1 of 2015"
Just sad. As a coach of youth sports this makes me cringe.
I don't want to discount what you are pointing out by any stretch because chemistry/feel is certainly a part of the equation. I think talent overcomes those nuances pretty quickly though. Case in point being Mr. Cardale Jones. His first team reps were very limited prior to the BTCG, but his talent overcame the lack of chemistry very quickly.
I'll disagree slightly, due to the time he has been able to invest in his rehab. A full year of recovery is a TREMENDOUS boost to his long term prognosis.