I thought Mike Tirico was really good. He brought a lot of excitement to the broadcast.
I'll go with Eric Glover-Williams or Justin Hilliard on special teams. I could be wrong, but my guess is that's where most of our freshman will be making their impact.
What do you mean buy?
He kind of reminds me a bit of Maurice Clarett. Not a breakaway guy, but great balance, quick feet, vision and power.
It doesn't matter which quarterback Coach votes for, either way your defense is doomed, DOOMED!
To me this just emphasizes the fact that the NFL is rarely a "career" for most elite college players, and completing school is even more important.
J.T. definitely runs the offense the best and gives us the most variety of ways to attack an opponent. One point that the original poster said that isn't emphasized enough is the option game. It largely goes out the window with Cardale and Braxton could never run it well. It's a great edge that J.T. has over the competition.
However, I do think that health is going to be more of a factor than what the prevailing wisdom here thinks. Cardale is the only one who still isn't recovering from major injury/surgery and I think he'll get the majority of reps early due to that, and probably win the job.
Yay, we were good in the 90's!
I actually bought the DVD of that 1996 Fiesta Bowl (prior to YouTube). It was remarkable how good that team was. When they destroyed Florida they didn't really play their best game..it could have been 80 points if they didn't turn it over (similar to a certain 2014 team). Spurrier' facial expressions were priceless from that game!
If I could give you a million upvotes I would! That made me spit up my coffee!
There are more people on the inflatable helmet crew than in the stands.
No kidding. J.T. would have carved them up and they would have to deal with the option game.
I personally think that 1995 Nebraska was by far the best of all time. Statistically nobody is close.
Why didn't we send this guy?
Coaches and teams share ideas and concepts amongst each other all the time. The difference is understanding something and being able to execute it effectively are two completely different things.
Well even Peter Griffin had to leave that whiny bullcrap!
Up 24? I think Coach Meyer will easily be up 40 on Harbaugh's french fried tater lovin ass...
Jim Bollman wasted talent like none other.
I'm curious to hear Finebaum's defense of Harbaugh. What did he expect Colin to do? Not ask questions? I mean he had to know that he was going to have to talk and elaborate on some things right?
I'm socially awkward...mmmhmmm...
I'm confused easily...