Georgia Tech is beating FSU. No.
Great stuff, man.
He ended up making up for it with a big 3rd down catch and touchdown catch. Just needs to not Ray Small his returns.
I gotta go with Devin Smith. Dude's almost been invisible this year, comes out huge tonight. Barrett, Zeke, The Line were all equally incredible, but loved Smith reaffirming himself as a major threat tonight.
You're right, but Miller also ran for an average 131 yards, 2 TD and 8 ypc in those 5 games. That's an average of 286 total yards, 4.2 total TDs in those 5 games.
I made a comment on that post and it just got out of hand so I wanted to make a forum post to see why people think Barrett is better
I feel like that's an unfair stereotype put on both Quarterbacks. I agree they're both great, but I think Barrett was just given the consistency tag because everyone knows he isn't explosive like Braxton was. He was pretty bad in the Va Tech game and second half of the Penn State, even threw some bad balls in the Illinois game. That's not very consistent. I feel like Miller was just as consistent as Barrett but could also throw the ball deep and was a threat to take it to the endzone himself every play. The Wisconsin game last year is what I think of when it comes to Miller's throwing ability, and all I can think of with Barrett is Va Tech and Penn State so far. Hopefully he shines this Saturday.
That's like saying Kenny Guiton was better than Braxton last year. JT has done very well in games vs bad teams, but is in no way better than Braxton was last year at throwing the ball right now.
He'll get his piece. Connor Cook isn't throwing for 300 this year. Our front seven will gladly help the secondary with that.
I agree with most of what you're saying man, and I'm glad you admitted you didn't know much on the case. I encourage you to look up the details, including the picture of AP's kid with lashes all down his leg.
I just don't see how he could come anywhere close to beating his child when he had another child die from child abuse. Granted he wasn't involved in that kids life what so ever, I still think he would think twice before abusing a kid.
Anyone else thinking Deandre Yedlin, the native Ohioan, should definitely be starting? Dude is fast and making some aggressive plays
Hoping to get 100 helmet stickers soon just so I can upvote this.
Hopefully Jeff Heuerman didn't give away anything he owned in exchange for the happiness of these children or the NCAA will be looking to stick us with another bowl ban! All jokes aside, never been more proud to have Meyer as our HC