I say we propose a trade, Schiano and Tim Beck for Helfrich; then we pick up Charlie Strong as a sort of free agent.
I'll take a stab at this off the top of the dome. I won't look at every draft eligible guy since I am at work and have to be somewhat productive. So here goes:
Raekwon McMillan - I don't have to speculate, He gon'
Gareon Conley - Same as above, He gon'
Jalyn Holmes - Has a shot to, but don't think it is likely. He has been productive but he is not a starter. (I think he stays)
Sam Hubbard - Absolutely could, productive player has the measurables. (He gon')
Marshon Lattimore - Absolutely could, production is great, all the measurables, could only hurt his stock at this point because I think he is already a early to mid first rounder. (He gon')
JT Barrett - Has a shot, best QB (statistically) in school history, decent measurables at 6'2" 225, but arm strength is a concern, and accuracy has taken a hit late this year. (I think he stays)
Curtis Samuel - Absolutely could, I don't need to talk much about why he could. Maybe teams think he is not big enough, but his versatility and athleticism is always sought after. (I think he stays)
Marcus Baugh - Has a shot, shows glimpses of how valuable he can be, but has been inconsistent. (I think he stays)
Tyquan Lewis - Absolutely could, may be the best defensive lineman we have. I think he and Hubbard are neck and neck. (He gon')
Malik Hooker - Absolutely could, production is great, as athletic and rangy as any safety that has played here. He hasn't scratched the ceiling of how good he can be. I want him to stay, but (He gon')
Meyer can't allow the weather to dictate the game plan. When that happens we typically under-perform. We need to get our guys in space and make the defense make the tough tackles, they do not have the firepower to hang with us. Get the offense going, and force them to air it out. Trust our guys to protect the football.
Shouldn't have to worry about our corners peeking into the backfield since we play a lot of man-to-man coverage.
Bad thing for TP is he
doesn't have a qb who puts the ball there for himplays for the Browns.
Fixed that for you.
If we get any three of those five listed above, I don't care where they rank us. On paper, it is one of the best classes in history.
You could also say Mixon really dropped the ball on that parking job, even before he crossed the line with that meter maid.
Came here to make a joke about suspending their best player for a big game against the mighty
Kansas Jayhawks Iowa State Cyclones. But.....
Seriously? Suspended for ripping up a parking ticket? There has to be more to it than that?
He has been up for a few jobs each year. Like you said, he is known for his ability to coach up the offensive line. Head coaches don't necessarily need to have been great coordinators to do well.
I was curious about the hiring of Tim Beck. A lot of Nebraska fans seemed to mock us when the news he was being brought on broke. Heck, if I recall correctly, QB development at Nebraska was mocked by some writers of this site while he was still coaching there. Herman wasn't well received when he was first hired here, and we know how that turned out. This time though, it seems like Beck isn't going to be the guy that brings our QB play up to where we hoped it would be.
Don't feel bad. I did the same.
His record would stink the first few years, but the right coach can get that program turned around.
We do, the WR position may be the one thus far needing most improvement. I don't think TTUN deserves a number 1 ranking yet, Bama and the Good Guys have a better resume so far. But Jimmy has turned that program around quickly, and they are looking like a real threat for the final four. The d-line is nothing to mess with and they have shown their offense is more than just capable.
Even after all of that praise, they still suck.
What a disappointing year for Corey. He is so talented, but the injury bug has not been kind to him. Hope he can contribute at the end of the year and get a boost for the draft. He deserves it.
I made it in a little over three hours. Not too shabby.
I don't get why you were downvoted. This forecast changes hourly.
You could be right, but if the NWS is right, the worst could be over by Friday night:
Tropical storm conditions expected, with hurricane conditions possible. Showers and possibly a thunderstorm. Some of the storms could produce gusty winds and heavy rain. High near 86. North wind 29 to 34 mph, with gusts as high as 48 mph. Chance of precipitation is 90%.
Tropical storm conditions expected, with hurricane conditions possible. Showers and possibly a thunderstorm. Some of the storms could produce gusty winds. Low around 76. Northwest wind 38 to 48 mph, with gusts as high as 70 mph. Chance of precipitation is 80%.
Tropical storm conditions possible. Showers likely and possibly a thunderstorm before 8am, then a chance of showers and thunderstorms after 8am. Mostly cloudy, with a high near 88. Chance of precipitation is 60%.
A 20 percent chance of showers and thunderstorms. Mostly cloudy, with a low around 78. Breezy, with a southwest wind 11 to 16 mph, with gusts as high as 23 mph.
These hurricanes, and nature in general isn't anything to mess with. It's crazy to me how some people down here talk about Wilma, and Andrew and the devastation those brought, and in the same breath mock Matthew like it couldn't do the same. If all goes to plan I won't be around to experience Matthew after Thursday.
That had to be scary, not being able to reach your mom knowing the conditions she was in. I'm sorry for your loss man.
Same kinda deal here, I have plans to go to St. Pete this weekend, but I don't know if I will be able to get there with the weather. Good luck man.
Nice man, I love the bars in St. Pete, which one do you go to for the games?
This is magical.