I took what he said as "some of these kids can't get in" and/or "will have trouble staying eligible". I don't think many of those kids have their degree as their top priority.
Funny...I made a post similar to this without italics and I got downvoted haha
Tim Beck should read this before next year's tilt
or maybe I should leave the italics off...
I wonder if anyone has thought to question how much Larry Johnson knew.
I'm not sure how I feel about this. I see we have Danny Clark. Why take more QBs?
I'm really beginning to think that I should turn in my Bengal's "fan card". it's more a casual card anyway.
Once again...no Buckeyes selected. You need a WR? Lets pass on Michael Thomas.
You want to draft a late round safety? Let's pass on Powell.
Oh...you want a big strong back...let's pick up Hill over Carlos Hyde. Nice to see how that worked out in the playoffs hehe.
To be fair to Tyvis, he has his degree. If I'm not mistaken, this was his 4th year. I can't blame him for wanting to move on.
I think he made the right decision. I can't see him improving his draft stock anymore than he already has.
Maybe I should have used italics.....you guys are way too up tight.
If he's from Ohio Matta won't offer him.
Michigan finished behind Ohio State
Well of course...
Take the high road Gene. Let us do the dirty work for you.
"If we were jump starting our program I'd probably try to do that too, but we're not jump starting our program," Smith said. "We're at a different place."
Basically....scUM sucks and we don't.
Meh, I don't give it that much thought. Can't have those guys thinking they are our rivals.....which they so desperately want.
I'll believe it when I see it
GO GET 'EM PERRY!!!!
My one and only request...bring pressure on 3rd down.
I'm cheering for Dunn. He put his time in and I think he will finally reap the benefits. In a perfect world, Samuel and Dunn will split about 40ish carries per game.
Feel bad for Warren ball...I wish he had transferred a couple of years ago.
The 6-foot-4, 205-pound smooth athlete feels he took steps in the right direction at wide receiver this past season, however.
That was fun to watch.
Their cocky fanbase deserved this. All of the chest thumping about their bowl victories against 2nd tier teams and now look at how they performed vs a real elite team.
I hope MSU is thrashed.
and like I said in my original post....give the kid a clipboard
have a good holiday season
well....after watching the offensive play calling this year I wouldn't be defending them as you do. Moreover, this debate undermines any argument for them knowing how to use our weapons. How? Well...they used Braxton Miller in such a way that allowed defenses to "just key on the run". I'd expect more from "our 3 time national championship coach". Turns out, he's human and doesn't all make the right calls.
The coaches said he was healthy enough to throw. Braxton said the same. If you don't think that's true then you think our 3 time national championship coach is a liar.
eh when did I say he doesn't know what he's doing? I did say that our coaching staff wasn't that good with the playcalling this year. That's a fact and it came to bear during the Sparty game. every coach makes mistakes...even Saban, Meyer, Carrol, and Tress.
I guess he puts on his practice shoulder when he throws outside of games. The fact is, our coaches and Braxton said he was healthy enough to throw.
That reason isn't clear to any of us. until it's confirmed, your assumptions aren't any better than the next. As I said before, the coaches said he is healthy enough to throw...thus I'm less inclined to believe your opinion.
The coaches not allowing him to throw doesn't mean you are correct. It could be because they sucked at playcalling (and they did), that they didn't trust him to make the proper read, they didn't trust their receivers to get open and for him to make a good pass, or that they never got around to it.
Moreover, , the coaches said he is healthy enough to throw. You can do a quick google search and read statements from Both Urban and Braxton. they don't need him to throw deep downfield. Any athlete has more than enough time to attempt a Tebow pass.
Colt McCoy didn't wash out of the NFL because he injured his arm. He washed out because he was a good college QB and his skills didn't translate to the league. The point I wanted to make was that running ATHs get hurt all the time, as do defensive players, offensive lineman, and heck even unlucky bystanders lol. The game of football is dangerous. If Braxton was as fragile as you say then he should be sitting in the stands or holding a clipboard. Like I said, he throws the ball more in practice and on his own and yet his arm didn't fall off. It's one or two passes a game....we aren't asking him to run the Baylor offense.