I took a handful of English classes and a few design classes online which were great, because it didn't matter if it was open book. I took some other courses online but they totally sucked. I would rather have taken an on-site class. Instead of learning the stuff and taking a test, I was being tested on semantics, attention to detail, and just whether or not the professor liked how I answered the essay question. Now, you may say that they were trying to test my understanding and comprehension, but not really. Sometimes, it was political which is kind of funny since I'm not partisan.
Just to think outside the box and/or play devil's advocate, punt returns and KO returns may be a good way to get the ball in Gibson's hands while he is learning how to play WR--I don't know how much they would trust him on punt returns. EGW and McLaurin might fall under this also
Samuel and Wilson are two of our most experienced receivers and we can give them the ball on the ground also. Both of those guys also have some experience outside also.
Hybrid positions allow players who are natural tweeners to get out on the field also.
Noah Brown was considered a Flex-TE for the most part. He lined up at the Y,X and the H. I think that Jake Stoneburner was a permanent Flex-TE under Meyer also.
In the TTUN game,either Vannett or Samuel was lined up in the slot position. I think that MAY be a reason why Meyer is starting to think of a H-TE and an H-WR because they can line up in the slot or other positions.
A little bit off topic but did anyone see that Coach Meyer sometimes refers to the TEs as hybrid TEs. We have the H-WR and the H-TE. TEs are on the line, set-back, or flexed, so he is starting to think of them as being hybrids, I guess.
I thought I said something did the mods delete that too? Hopefully, you guys can forgive me for linking and running.
I see this just about every week because I live where there is a lot of military, but go to NYC every week where women outnumber men.
Are you in college? You got online dating also which is something that I didn't have back when I was 19. You should be smashing instead of writing this stuff.
Also, you are a male. You age in guy years. You do not have a biological clock
I expect Worley and Baker to fill Darron Lee's shoes just like Lee filled Shazier's shoes.
From what I heard, Schiano does not want to fix something that isn't broken. We will probably see a few more zone blitzes under Schiano than Ash. 11W did an article on some of the zone blitzes that happened in the spring game.
The simplest way of putting it is that the run game becomes 11 vs 11 instead of 10 vs 11 if the QB makes the read correctly. In Tom Brady's spread offense, he hands the ball off and it is 10 vs 11. In a spread option offense, the QB will read one of the defenders. If the read is correct, the QB effectively takes one of the defenders out even if it is just for a second.
Yeah, I just said Conor would be way better than Floyd on the ground. When compared to Mendes(D-1 Champ wrestler) or Diaz (Black Belt BJJ), Conor is not that good of a grappler. Hell, a good blue-purple belt would own Floyd on the ground
Conor is a brown belt in BJJ. He would be years ahead of Floyd.
Guys like Leonard and Ali had runner strategies but most of their fights were not boring b/c they fought some good pressure fighters. Pressure fighting and power punching are becoming lost arts b/c of the Golden Gloves/amateur influence.
Who says that boxing won't transfer? There are plenty of TMAs that are completely full of it that might say that. Now, Mayweather would probably not be a good example of someone who would transfer over to the street.
Mayweather has very good legit defensive skills. If those skills are ever in doubt, he grabs or stonewalls. McGregor has done enough clinch work to destroy Mayweather in the clinch. If Mayweather just wants to stonewall, just throw a round kick to the thigh.
Yeah, unfair is probably not the best word to use, but it is pretty dumb of Conor. I think he believes his own BS too much. That or he is just looking for a huge payday.
Sounds like he can afford to eat out or maybe pay for a cooking class.
There have been some mercenaries that came to OSU just b/c it was a good stepping stone to the NFL. You're going to get that, but there have also been some great players that love this place from out of state. I like to think that OOS guys end up loving the place even if they came here b/c it was a good stepping stone.
Oklahoma is non-AAU which is a big negative. I think that Oklahoma would be added if the B1G had a shot at Texas. The B1G would probably bend on of their rules for that
They'd almost have to drop at least 2 of these 4 teams. I'd assume that they would keep USC and Navy then play Boston College once in awhile. USC, Stanford, Boston College and Navy is a pretty rough OOC schedule and it would be harder to schedule games with the conference schedule
Notre Dame=Non AAU. Bad for the B1G
Notre Dame does not add territory but it would add TVs
Let's get real. ND naturally gets better bowl games than they would get if they joined a conference b/c they are overrated. They will be fighting the push towards bigger conference as much as they can