Normally I wouldn't condone the team getting together and beating someone to a pulp but I don't think even the NCAA would have a complaint if it occurred in this instance.
It seems to be becoming a common theme where transferring players are restricted by their coaches so they just go public with it and the coaches are forced to back off due to public scrutiny. This is the least the second or third time this played out the same this offseason. Coaches should just learn to start with little to no restrictions and save themselves the PR backlash.
A fan base complaining about not having a recent commit when they have the number one class is crazy. I'd be like having the number one team in the country but still complaining about the way they play, hey, wait a minute...
I thought about this a while back as a fun idea but if I had to guess I think Meyer would never really commit to the idea.
If someone is going to tweet at recruits it is better that it is a 15 year old than a 45 year old, but still better to not be done at all.
I didn't realize it was still that long of a kick. I agree with you, hit another pass like the one that got them that close and step out of bounds with a higher percentage kick rather than stand in the pocket and heave it to the ends one where there are four Clemson defenders waiting.
What a fun game to watch. I really wasn't expecting much but it was a really fun ending. Bobby Petrino's greed did him in. If he had called for them to spike the ball and kick a field goal instead of one last Hail Mary they would have likely gone to overtime. Anything can happen during overtime when you're at home with a loud crowd, but they were too greedy.
Damn that was nice
I came so close to turning this game off. Overtime is so much fun when OSU isn't involved.
When they showed him on the tv I knew he must be recruiting Simmons.
I DVR and aggressively avoid finding out scores ahead of time, which means staying off the internet, then watch without commercials. The game just flows so much better. There are times when the break is so long I forget who even has the ball. If you're watching a game you only have mild interest in (basically most non-OSU games) DVR is the way to go.
I assume he won't take that many hits again until at least Michigan State. There is no need to run him much again until then and our offensive line will let fewer rushers through from here on out.
In a pre-sugar bowl world this would annoy me. Now it just makes me smile.
He can complain about schedules all he wants but he can't imply that he, or any SEC team would beat us or the media would tear him apart for being unrealistic.
Michigan State is not having success running between the tackles. They can throw at will and run outside but you should be able to run between the tackles against a MAC team.
All over signing jokes aside, there has to be a point where Florida and Tennessee are just plain full at wide receiver. For a player like Victir they may force out an already committed player, if they aren't willing to do that there are only so many receivers that should be in a class. I'm sure they both have needs at other positions too.
If an opposing player had The Shoe on their phone I would not care one bit.
They should look into lemon laws
Rutgers, the LSU of the B1G.
I actually think both teams are over rated but TCU will still win without too much trouble. Minnesota won't be the same without Cobb and Williams like you said. I don't know a lot about their depth chart but they aren't usually like us and lose guys to the NFL just to replace them with other future NFL players. TCU has a lot to replace on defense which won't matter in their conference because defense is merely a suggestion in the Big 12 rather than a requirement.
Good for him for going to the hospital. Too many people would have stayed home when he really needs scans looking for traumatic brain injury, even with a no contact jersey on you never know. You don't want to take any chances with neurology.
Campbell came in skinny and young so hearing that he has developed into a solid blocker is great to hear. We always knew he was fast but good blocking will make him an every down type player.
Did they make one for Beckman?
In your opinion how many snaps does Gibson have to look forward to against Virginia Tech, and if he plays will he get the ball. Will his chances increase, decrease, or stay the same throughout the year?