He will be ready for the B1G season, Vannett is a damn good TE that 3/4 of the B1G would love to have. Fear not 11dubbers, as long as Vannett doesn't have the injury bug bite him, we'll be in good shape come October----
Even the other guys in the studio laugh out loud at half the comments Dinardo makes. Do yourself a favor and don't take the man seriously, Bad Owl, I'm afraid your wrong on this one. Watched enough of BTN to know this man is indeed a hack commentator. Not to mention an UNsuccessful coach-
Florida meteorologist predict a strong Bosa front moving in for the weekend, with 120 mph winds , hail, lightning quick hits and a chance of scattered offensive parts and pieces.
Bosa pushed an aircraft carrier into port so they could practice on a level playing field
Nick Bosa is swimming up the Mississipi, Ohio and Scioto Rivers to watch the VT game-
Two 5 star recruits--one with four years of development, one with 7 months. Is it REALLY that hard to accept C. Grant starting?
We suspend our service for six months of the year(non football season). Hung it on the wall and started our service yesterday, In Feb. after the Superbowl it will come back down. Direct TV lets you do this and we have for three years now. Amazing to me how much time some people spend in front of the tube--
I have not seen anyone mention that Urbs and Mensa Tom had planned on Brax distributing the ball to our play makers with fewer called rushes in an effort to keep him healthy. So how has that changed much? JT may not bust 50 yard TD's but may excel at the zone reads and have better touch on short and intermediate throws. We may see a more methodical and balanced offense by the start of the B1G schedule, I don't see the playbook changing much from August 1st.
He has a long wind up, but throws a rocket- gimme #2 Snelson please!
As they say.............This^^^^
Agreed . There has been so much locker room material put out there this last week the boys will be motivated all season--
Pretty sick of people not giving kids a chance because they haven't starred by their junior season. Some simply take longer to develop, but how many are NOT better as seniors than they were as underclassman? You could have a very long list of players who didn't start or play much until their senior year and then put it together.
Wiscy doesn't have the receiving corps to benefit Stave, their run game however is second to no one and an athletic QB with those RB's and that line make one hell of a backfield much like our own the past two seasons---
Wife and I are flying back to see it too, can't wait to see a night game there. Should be nuts! Even if I'm a scarlet speck in a sea of white-
My wife graduated from PSU so I watch their games and know the program. The sanctions are weighting them down like a concret suit. They're stealing from the D-line to complete the O-line and have freshman for depth but they are saying our O-line is going to suck. Kills me, if Hackenburg were to get hurt you would see how one players loss could really hurt a team.
I forgot about Cardale running down their throat-
Exactly my point about him taking a second or third sweep in a game, then pulling back to air it out after the safeties crash. I can dream, can't I?
I've been thinking this for awhile now, Marshall played QB in high school and a package with him under center and (take your pick) speed on the field===DANGEROUS combo! I'm sure he can throw the ball off of a jet sweep after drawing defenders up that are thinking run. I'll leave those plans to the architect Herman. Sure hope they have an ace up their sleeve for MSU and meshitagain. Dantonio has used a surprise or two in tight games--usually special teams.
I consider myself somewhere between cro-magnon and homo-erectus, Yet still brighter than this douche- besides, at 47 years I'm still 6'5 and 260 and would love to bitch slap this punk into next season! Sorry, caught myself acting like a SEC fan-
Kenny G distributing the ball vs. Cal---- Many 11w's thought he should be given the keys to the Ferrari. Realizing Cal isn't a defensive juggernaut but I sheepishly admit I thought he deserved the chance to accomplish that feat against B1G teams. Still think he made better reads then Brax and although not the super hero athlete that Miller is he was a great example of all JT needs to do with our ridiculous talent at the skill positions.
Some of Navy's D-lineman aren't much bigger than Rod Smith. I hope Urbs soften em up with Rod n Brionte at first before letting Eze run wild. Actually, if we don't need him, save him for Va Tech----
I'm proud of 11dubbers support of our military men and women and the unselfish nature of our (11W) family that this thread has brought out. Thanks to the donor, and to whom ever scores these tickets---enjoy it! GO BUCKS!!!
Hold your horses doomsayers, Hove is right again. Brax doesn't play Defense. We don't need to put up 45 points if we get our beloved Silver Bullets back. For all we know JT may astound in the game setting, We didn't know the Smooth Jazz man would do what he did until he did it. We haven't had talent all over the field like this since 2006, and that team didn't have this much speed----
Todd Gurley is a stud. Reminds me of Beanie Wells----has anyone thought of Beanie behind last years line? Unfreaking stoppable! and I'm not downplaying El Guapo by any means. Bad Ass O-line = Production with a less capable back than any of the above. Hyde had the perfect build for running between the tackles, Dunn might have the best body for the inside game but the others offer more versatility and will be great fun to watch them develop and compete. I agree with Andy Vance that we don't always know who the next stud will be until he breaks out. 12 days and counting boys!