When I heard him say this the first thing I heard was I hope it was I hope no one got burned like the It's Always Sunny episode where they squash their beefs.
I don't think we can hire an OC and keep Warrner and Beck. I think that would be one too many coaches.
If we are going to copy a system, it should be Herman's. Go back to the last thing that worked. I really don't think Baylor would be able to run the ball very well in the B1G.
I think you are mixing him up with Armani Reeves. Reeves got beat by an Iowa tight end in 2013.
Conley got ran over by a Michigan State wide receiver last year.
They didn't call many throws down field for Cardale in perfect weather. I think that's a big part of why Cardale did poorly and ended up benched. I doubt they would have started doing it during a rainstorm when it took half the game against Minnesota and weather was not an issue.
Need proof that Florida State is a pseudo-SEC school? Look no further than their opponent this week.
In press conferences Meyer also claims to be friends with Saban so I wouldn't make much more out of that than a polite thing to say.
Or maybe Bosa has been across from him too much in practice and has killed Chase's confidence?
Assuming this is true, was his meltdown several month bender what got him infected, or a reaction to learning that he was infected?
Usually Sparty has players that are mad about not getting OSU offers so it's nice that it's reversed this time.
I understand nothing is perfect but I dont like hearing this week about how they have to work on pass protection. If we've been working on it all year, what good will one more week of practice do? If we haven't been working on it all year, why not? If practice is what we need, why didn't we pick a weaker team earlier on the schedule and throw the ball 75% against them for practice? Well either we will step up or we won't, but this should have been fixed by week six so that the wide receivers were able to further develop.
I enjoy every chance I get to hear Clarett talk. Going through such a fall from grace and climbing back to respectability afterwards really gives a man great perspective and he isn't shy about lending that perspective to current events.
I do disagree with him on one point. He would have a great skill set for Meyer's offense. Given the opportunity back in the day, I don't even think it would even take him very long to adjust
I would never wish for what happened to JT, but I am glad Cardale gets one last shot to prove himself. Hopefully he can clear his mind and just play, no distractions.
We need to hold onto Wade or 3/3 of our national championship might commits will have decommitted. The more I think about it, the more I wonder how much that had to do with Walker and Judson. They might have gotten swept up and committed because of the opportunity before they were truly ready. There as some recruits that getting an early commitment from basically ensures that they won't sign with you. Maybe it is good that some of our high profile targets like LeCounte and Grimes aren't committing too soon.
Good for Minneapolis throwing their hat in the ring.
Me too. I'm surprised Gene Smith didn't have enough juice to bully the B1G into sandwiching Illinois, or someone like them, between the two teams up north. There's a reason Alabama has bye weeks and push overs before their rivalry games.
His autobiography was... Interesting, to say the least.
Well written and absolutely true. This happens on every level. How many five star recruits didn't pan out because they did one thing well in high school but couldn't be trusted to stay on the field in college due to other deficiencies?
I'm not a football coach because if I was I would call for my team to try this every kickoff. We would have an insane turnover rate.
The only advantage I see is teams will have even less current tape on Barrett for tendencies and the best way to stop him. It worked for Cardale last year, I think it can work for JT this year. They have to go back to last year and we are different enough that it'll only help so much.
Breaking news: being injured during fall camp makes it hard to learn an offense.
It is amazing the tattoos that people actually think they will want on their skin for the rest of their lives unless they go through an expensive and painful removal process. no matter what team you root for, that is a stupid and tasteless tattoo that will make people judge you every time they see it even if they support your team.
I don't know if they already hired someone (and am too lazy to look) but maybe he will get an interview for Athletic Director.
Hoke would have found a whole different way to lose.