I was glad to see on your board that Mississippi State has climbed to #12. Delete this when you make the edit. LOL
I must be old, because I remember when Penn State perennially had a great defense and an offense that could run the ball and eat up the clock. A couple years of Franklin and they are lower tier in all categories.
Sure hope the young kid is OK. Was the cyclist going the wrong way? One report I saw indicated the cyclist was headed the opposite direction to Schiano. If so, one of them was in the wrong lane. That can be really dangerous for cyclists.
My answer to the last question = Ptomaine.
I can't complain about JT's ability to get into the right play, but he overthrew two sure TD passes (Curtis and Marcus) and tried to throw an interception that the DB didn't want when it hit him in the hands. He definitely has room to improve -- and I expect that will happen. This is not an expression of disappointment, but rather an attempt to keep my feet on the ground.
After yesterday's demolition of a very good Oklahoma team, is it wishful thinking to say this team is ahead of the 2014 team in terms of development? Just keep focused on improving each day.
From the Norman Conquest of the 11th Century to the Conquest of Norman in the 21st Century. History in the making ...
Mr. Kendall has learned it isn't so much the X's and O's as it is the Noahs and the Joes. Basic works well with elite talent and great coaching.
As long as Meyer, Warinner and Tim Beck feel comfortable with them making option pitches, that could be an interesting wrinkle we actually see — Wilson pitching to Samuel or vice versa.
How about Samuel or Wilson pitching to Barrett -- and Barrett throwing downfield to "Pick 'em." ??
He beat his record by throwing 7 TD passes, One went the other way, but it still put 6 on the board. LOL
Every time I think, "WOW! that was Ramzy's best!" He goes and outdoes himself. Thanks for that trip down memory lane (yours). Terrific stuff.
Coach Coombs needs to stop holding it all in. Let it loose, coach!
If Urban puts JT on salary as Co-Offensive Coordinator, does that free up a scholarship?
This is the fun spot where we declare with confidence our inane (and sometimes insane) predictions, second-guess the best football minds in the business by stating emphatically what we would have done to ensure a more positive result, and shamelessly put our ignorance and folly on dis-play for all to see. What's not to love about 11W?
Not only is Mike Webber going to rush for 1,000+ yards, but so will J.T. and Curtis.
We will beat Oklahoma by 10 in Norman.
Jake Hausman will shack everyone with 55 receptions.
Hubbard, Lewis and Holmes will combine for 35 sacks.
J.T. will account for 48 TDs.
McClaurin will help us forget D. Smith
Kwon will be the second leading tackler because Booker will be a beast when teams run away from McMillan.
The soles should be canary and ocean to subtly represent how we have been walking all over TSUN in recent years.
I seem to remember a certain team in 2014 that had the most inexperienced OL in the country - but that worked out alright for them.
Meyer has a pretty good track record in talent eval - and I mean coaching talent. As long as Beck satisfies the head coach, all will be fine.
I so much prefer the term "Pledge" to "commitment" because that is precisely what it is. While we are still drooling over the 2016 class and anxiously waiting to see them on the field, we get glimpses of what the 2017 class might be. SENSORY OVERLOAD!!
We have Summer workouts, Fall Camp, and two preseason games to get ready for a BIG test in Norman. That is the game that will tell us all we need to know about the 2016 team.
When the game starts after bed time they can't realistically expect viewership to be high.
There is only one way to win a National Championship with your third string QB and that is to have a third string QB who is better than everyone else's first string.
Sippin' some Tanzania Peaberry that I roasted myself last night. Just the way I like it.
Culinary Arts Major whose favorite snack is Defensive Ends.