His other actions on the field may have also been an indication of the kind of coaching from Hoke
I always liked it back in ~2007 when they used a 2-3 zone often. I suppose Coach Matta knew how effective Craft could be in man-to-man and switched their style up.
The Too Many Cooks reference for some people who may not understand... It was at the top of Reddit this week.
I for one was unfortunate enough to watch it at 4 A.M. at Buckeye Doughnuts while pulling a all nighter.
This is worth a watch given the time
That's a great story, shows it really goes above the game.
Reminds me of the story of Michigan's OL Elliot Mealer 's brother Brock who were both involved in a car crash which killed their father and severely paralyzed Brock. I went to high school near where they lived and a few times Brock had came back and gave some motivational speeches.
Thanks, Erin. Er, I mean Sam.
I thought this was the funniest little reference.
The addiction is real.
Pulled an all nighter, exam in 40 minutes, checks Eleven Warriors to check for the Skull Session.
And he is a guy with a real close relationship with future coach Peyton Manning
Samuel - 125
Terribly disappointing to hear, I hope she is doing better. Makes me think of the butterfly effect of what if he had been in the Bahamas with some of his former teammates this past week.
Just a guess...but maybe where Urban unveils his new team like a clean car coming out of the wash
Sophomore year of college I had the same schedule of picking up Campus Loop North bus at the same time as Deshaun Thomas for a few weeks. So I would just stand about 5 ft away from him and hope he would say something because I surely wasn't. I think he said "man its cold" at one time and I shook my head.
I still remember the night game against Nebraska being in utter amazement of what they did.
This is perfect