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Comment 02 Sep 2015

What is the most important matchup of this game, and who do you feel will have the advantage?

Comment 02 Sep 2015

Same here, I cannot connect to the main page, but can get in other ways - looking at articles from the web, or by using the forum.  Anyone in the know out there that can tell us exactly what the problem is and when it will be corrected?  Many thanks.

Comment 27 Aug 2015

Whichever QB Meyer decides on I will be fine with.  Watching the two last year, each has their own unique skill set.

Barrett is a natural born leader, and I feel he knows the read option best.  He makes a quick read and very seldom makes the wrong read.  Jones has a monster arm and makes defenses respect the down-field routes.  Cardale is also a beast to tackle, but JT is a much shiftier runner.

Either way, we have a great QB to run our offense, and a back-up that could start at almost every other college football program.

Let's get this season on.

Comment 19 Aug 2015

With Miller and Gibson - 2 QBs - I would expect to see some reverse passes become a new steady wrinkle in our offense.  Imagine this: Miller/Gibson in motiion, take the pitch, either throw to A) WR running the deep route, B) throw to a receiver running a slant into the vacated deep route runner's area, or C) tuking the ball and running.

Comment 19 Aug 2015

Soooo many weapons, and SO FEW plays to distribute the wealth.  This is why the no-huddle-hurry-up offense is vital.  If we can run 80 plays or more a game, it gives each weapon more touches.  And - you keep feeding the hot hand(s).

2015 could be special season.

Comment 17 Aug 2015

I don't know how the season will play out, but I will say this:

Players that play for their teammates and the team are MUCH tougher to defeat than a player focused on his own personal goals.

I truly hope this will be another magical season.

Comment 17 Aug 2015

Phi - you hit the nail on the proverbial head.  If they win as a team, great things will come, and some of the rewards may be individual honors at the end of the season.  But - all the players remain FOCUSED on winning AS A TEAM.

I love this coach and the mentality he brings to our football team!

Comment 10 Aug 2015

Dr. Earl, would any physician allow an athlete to start training earlier than the timelines you outline above, if an athlete seems to be recovering quicker than normal?

I know some people need longer time and there are some that recover sooner.  My gut feel would be that since the sport is football, I doubt he will be released too early.

Thank you for the great article!

Comment 10 Aug 2015

Funny story about this, 3M.

I was in a bathroom taking a leak on a golf course and an older, retired man comes up in the urinal next to me and asks how I am doing.  I reply I am doing fine, and ask him the same.  He tells me, "Let me give you two pieces of advice, young fellow.  Never pass up a bathroom, and never trust a fart."

He damned near made me fall face first into the urinal laughing so hard.