I can't stand Notre Dame, but I won't root for a team that houses a possible rapist in a state where the cops helped him cover up evidence. They should all be in jail for at least obstruction of justice. I also can't cheer for an enabling P.O.S. coach like Fisher, or his AD. In that spirit I hope Notre Dame puts up a hundred on them, and blows Jameis Winston up on every play. But a sinkhole in the field would also be nice.
Voting against Guiton is treason of the highest form. He is the Kenny G.
Cause we've only played bad teams and lost to one of them...it's hard to justify moving us up and I would be apprehensive if I were a voter honestly.
Cause we lost to a bad VTech team and are now beating up on bad teams...it's hard to say we're the real deal
Miller got much much better over two years. Watch things from his freshman year...this post claiming otherwise is objectively wrong.
Well methane is a actually a more potent greenhouse gas than carbon dioxide, meaning it is less environmentally friendly to heat a room in the suggested manner than it is to use oil.
Nah, those consequences are reserved for the poor and those with crappy lawyers. In the U.S. justice system (to be fair, it's true almost around the world) money buys innocence.
I don't want to keep arguing because I don't know for sure, but when you look there are characteristic signs. After he's hit he holds his lineman as if he is lost, and is about to fall over. I understand an ankle injury could cause this, but if it was the ankle only he should hold the lineman by the shoulder for some slight support, not literally have an arm wrapped around just trying to feel for something. On top of that the way he looks at the sideline and shakes his head is reminiscent of a drunk. The most damning thing I think is the way he holds his head when he was on the ground. But still you might be right I guess...in the end we can all agree that he should have at the very least been evaluated.
No one is saying it's about even mostly player safety. If Urban made a mistake like this it would be excused because he wins. What we're saying is this is the damning bit, because he not only sucks at coaching, but also is willing to risk player safety knowingly or is too stupid to see how bad someone is hurt. On top of that he gives shit excuses like: he's tough and wanted to play. Yes, because player choice is now what dictates playing time. Again, the main issue is he is a but coach, but the icing is his stupidity and ass nature.
This is really the excuse now? We can't beat an ACC team that gave us 3 turnovers? All off season we've heard about our weapons, and now we see them dropping HS level passes and this is the excuse I hear? Frank Beamer started 17 freshman (number I've seen on this website), and his staff is paid sh*t compared to ours. I am tired of bs; either win now, leave, or take a big pay cut.
I'm not sure everyone was. I thought Herman still had to prove himself against good competition, but I agree I thought Warriner and Meyer were great. They're all great recruiters, which is important, but I don't see the players looking good when they get here. And this has been a consistent problem IMO, so I'm finding it harder and harder to keep blaming players. I also want to just throw out there that I don't want anyone fired yet because it's still early in the season, but I am losing faith/patience.
I think the only real issue with the offense last year was that it disappeared at tipping points in games...like when we needed a score the most they didn't pull through (Mich. St., Clemson finish). But really when I type this out I realize it was the defense that caused this, because they never pulled out a win for us and built up way too much pressure on the offense.
BUCNDC, I think the point isn't that someone is double covering, it's that the offense also has a scheme to counter the assignment football. It's not like the offense will say "whatever Josh Perry, go cover the pitch." There are blockers for a reason.
I haven't seen speed like this since Ted Ginn Jr., but the craziest thing is that it's coming from multiple guys. Wilson and Samuel look every bit as fast as De'Anthony Thomas did at Oregon, and both have some shake to the top end speed too. What was especially great was seeing Samuel's strength...even though he looks small I saw multiple lowered shoulders, strong blocking, and even a run where he literally threw a tackler off with his arm. Jalin Marshall only looks a step slower, but seems to be even stronger. And finally, it looks like we have some physically large receivers, like Thomas, in the mix. This doesn't even include Heuerman and Vannett. I just hope the O-line gets strong enough that we could scheme these advantages well and develop our positions...imagine a 5 receiver set with Marshall, Wilson, Heuerman, Samuel, and Thomas on the field.
I wonder if he broke his arms...(pls understand the reddit reference)
I don't think you understand how painful it is that I'm about to start my senior year and am not 21....for the last 6 months I've had to tell someone at least twice a week that no, I am not 21 and I cannot go to a bar with them.
Will these be available for purchase from the 11W store one day? I'll need these regardless of the outcome of this contest...