I'm rather certain Ole Miss wasn't NR the previous week
How is there an "or" after Lattimore's name?
I guess I had been missing it when I visited the front page of the site
Question- how can Demario have been a #3 2017 recruit when he's on campus now in 2016
I swear that the Sugar Bowl debacle referenced in The Replacements is based on this Sugar Bowl
How come you haven't been listing who the all conferences were?
I understand that it is a natural reaction for a parent to speak up on their children's behalf but in situations like this it's best for them to stay quiet (publicly) and let things play out. Your child is an adult and having their mommy speak out doesn't help the kid.
Michael Jenkins 4th down catch against Miami in the 2002 National Championship game
reminds me of Cal
Texas... Hook 'Em
Roby's suit looks like it's really pajamas made to look like a suit
Is anyone else getting tired of recruits releasing they're top 20, 15, or 10 schools on a regular basis?
An example of how there's a bubble in the money and spending of college football
Those have to be a joke because those are ridicuously bad
Kids are now creating their own professionally designed photos for their over-hyped college lists? What the heck, this is starting to get ridiculous
Honoring teams from the past? I'm all for it... But I think that to a certain degree that bringing back old uniform styles are a hollow and empty way to honor those teams. If we're being honest, a lot of these throwback designs are just a way for Nike to show what they can do but they use the "honor past teams" as a way to sell it.
We've officially jumped the shark with throwbacks... the vertical lines are an eye sore. Not every uniform from the past is worth remembering or re-imaging for the current generation
I"ll give Kam a 7 on the dunk
Did anyone else notice that Tom Dienthart forgot to mention Sam Hubbard in his breakdown of the defensive line? Major oversight
If Rece Davis hadn't already climbed up the ladder to being a lead studio analyst and now head of Game Day my vote would be for him. When he was calling games back in the day on Thursday nights and other low profile games he was really good
There was a professional strength & conditioning coach who was talking in a piece about how guys train and he said the mistake a lot of guys make is getting too big and not continuing to train for strength, agility, and facets needed to play football. There's no doubt that once the guys get to the league they need to add some muscle for the new riggers but if you take a look at Whitner in his days at Buffalo and the early 49ers days and compare them to the later 49ers/Browns days there's a huge difference. Also, the NFL game requires safeties who have range which Whitner lost years ago
Donte Whitner made the mistake of bulking up as big as he did. He was extremely athletic for a safety coming out of Ohio St and his early days with Buffalo. He had really good range but then decided to get big and become an enforcer.