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?
That's a good guess. Spencer seemed to have that role last year, at least after R Smith was tossed, I'm not sure about before.
Warren Ball at kickoff return is a surprise to me.
I was expecting some relation to Bobby Carpenter from the name, the size, and even a little bit the picture.
I think you're missing the difference between "at" and "on", neither one has a place in a conversation between Beamer and Harbaugh.
Normal human beings just don't hold their mouth open at someone for thirty seconds.
From the title I thought he was talking with overconfident bravado but the statements in full are much more complimentary.
Thanks for the analysis
I realize Lee has put on a little weight since last year but he still isn't the largest linebacker in the world. Obviously he makes up for it with grit and speed but I don't love this match up, at least on paper. Perry, on the other hand, is a lot larger but doesn't have Lee's coverage skills. I wonder if there is a way to put Perry on Hodges at the line of scrimmage, assuming his extra size should hold him longer before a safety has to take over, leaving Lee free to come for Brewer and disrupt the play before Hodges breaks loose. Despite the height difference, Lee is probably the best bet for covering him on his routes (assuming we aren't using Lee for a blitz). Maybe I'd use Perry at the line of scrimmage to bump Hodges when they have two wide and have Bell ready to cover him downfield, but still use Lee on Hodges when they go three wide. If Perry is bumped down to end, Booker might be an intriguing combo of size and speed that still leaves Lee free to do other things like blitz. It would be asking a lot from someone who hasn't played much but Booker is an athletic freak and may be ready to break out after a year in the program.
The he good news is I trust Apple on Ford so Hodges should be one of the only legitimate threats to burn us. He might be an offensive nightmare matchup but you can't beat Ohio State with one offensive weapon, just ask Nick Saban and Amari Cooper.
Alternative uniforms have been a curse forums so if they want to wear some I will not complain.
I don't work Tuesday so on Monday night I will be drinking whatever I want and however much I want. I haven't yet decided if it'll be a beer kind of night or a bourbon kind of night. Maybe I'll pick up a growler of something.
You dont have to be a genius (insert Tom Herman is in MENSA joke here) to realize that when something works you stick with it. Tom has seen it work first hand so why mess with the formula.
Good luck to him but I don't think it'll change our class very much.
The expectations are so high this year that they will get that 1.5 million back and then some with people buying things because they are convinced we will repeat and dominate. If I had to bet on anyone it would be us, but if I didn't want the it for the listed price I wouldn't bet over $2000 in furniture on a repeat, even without the point spread.
Take your time Austin. No need to rush back on the field when your neurological health is involved.
It definitely feels strange rooting for the gators to land a five star wide receiver, even if it is clear how it helps us.
In a way him saying now that we might play two seems to make it more likely to me that he picks one and sticks with it. He is messing with Foster everyday he can.
"We had to do lunges with weight I could not lift. I looked at him like, 'No, I can't lift it,' and he made me do it, and I'm like falling on the ground," Holmes said. "And he's like, 'You p----!'"
"I had never been called a p---- before. For a minute, I thought I was a p----."
This quote from Jalyn Holmes says it all about Marrotti. He takes them to levels that they never thought they could achieve by making their current best inadequate.
I love what Marrotti does for the team but admittedly I'm glad I'll never meet him in real life.
Agree to disagree. To me Cooper looks like Spence without the off the field issues.
Holy McLaurin! He looks ready to step up on Labor Day with the suspensions.
I'm no lawyer, but it seems like all these cases need to convict non-athletes is the testimony of the victim and a few photos of bruises presented by a doctor.
They can call themselves whatever they want with no complaints from me.