I noticed Dontre almost committed the illegal block too. But on the replay from the oncoming angle, you notice Dontre sort of pulls his hands back to keep from making contact. He knew what he was about to do and held back.
That dudes jockstrap is laying on the 42 yard line from that spin move!
The unsensored version is even better. Awesome clip.
Apple was thinkin' 'bout that interview, but also thinkin' 'bout them tit-taaays!
So let me get this straight...
At WR a defense could be looking at covering any combo of Clark, Brown, Smith, Marshall, McLauren, Wilson, Miller, Thomas, Gibson, Hill or Dixon (I'm sure I'm forgetting someone).
And AT THE SAME TIME as having to worry about the above receivers, you have to worry about (Insert QB), Miller, Wilson, Elliot, Samuel, Dunn coming out of the backfield?
Haha! Anything to get an advantage I guess. I thought maybe Ronda Rousey had been hanging around the team a little too much as of late.
Even funnier still is how the guy who trucked El Guano (#90) reacts to Braxton getting the score. He's so bummed out! haha!
Cant figure out why Conley is wearing MMA gloves. Is it legal to punch receivers in the face mask?
What was going on in the first video? I was way too busy minding the gap. ;)
Michigan is our rival and we'll always consider it "The Game", but the match up versus MSU has carried a lot more weight in recent years.
I was in East Lansing last year to watch the Buckeyes go postal in the supposed "no fly zone", can't wait to see a similar whoopin' first hand this year in the shoe. Really hope its under the lights.
"Daily, I go to my office. I've got a picture of Bo there's a picture of Bo and myself when we were at the Rose Bowl in '87," Harbaugh said. "And, yeah, so it's to have his work ethic, to run the program like he ran it, yeah, those are things to aspire to."
For the record Jim, Urban's teams would have kicked Bo's teams asses. Might want to aim a little higher.
Im going to move to Montana so we have representation there on the next map graphic.
Your comment was even funnier because after I read it I glanced at your icon....good stuff.
I'd love another crack at LSU in the playoffs....we owe them one.
Urban's all like:
Any second now DJ is gonna be all like:
Guys, Im against beating a dead horse as much as the next guy, but the QB quandary we're in the midst of is a once in a lifetime type scenario, given the circumstances. We should go ahead and enjoy over analyzing it.
So long as the OP keeps a somewhat fresh spin on things, I for one welcome all the "QB drama/mayhem/battle" posts. We might never have a position battle this intriguing again in our lifetimes.
BVTW, I agree it was an overreaction, but in hindsight I think it sent a clear message to the rest of the team that there is absolutely zero tolerance for this sort of thing, it let them know where the bar is set. Urban made it clear, contact or no contact, bad publicity (especially for violence against women) will get your tit in a ringer and your ass on the bench.
Watching Hyde's Post Game Interview after the northwestern game, I think Urban made the right call and I think it set the tone and trajectory for where our program is today as well as where Hyde is today.
I'm sincere when I say that I've felt this way all along. I'm personally a much bigger fan of Wallace's throwing mechanics.
Guarantano is a great HS QB, but his throwing mechanics need more than just a few tweaks and college ball isn't really the time to be revamping your throwing mechanics. Sure, even pro's are constantly tweaking their throwing motion and drilling footwork but Guarantano needs a LOT of work.
Wallace isn't perfect, but he at least keeps his elbow up and brings the ball back between his ear and his shoulder. Guarantano's throwing motion is a little too TP-esque for my blood.
Braxton Miller, JT Barrett, Cardale Jones, Stephen Collier, Torrence Gibson, Danny Clark, Joe Burrow, Tristen Wallace. Yikes.