Cincinnati going Cincinnati.
Clarett stripping Sean Taylor in the National Championship
Ted Ginn's punt return down the Michigan sideline in his 1st game vs. Michigan
Samuel has looked the best between the tackles, believe it or not.
I always thought Rod Smith was supremely talented, but for whatever reason he just doesn't get/receive the touches.
JT needs all the reps he can get. Leave him in there (certainly at least for the entire 3rd Q)
Ultimate trap game.
Are you really trying to downplay this? The dude took a banned substance... and got popped for it AGAIN. He doesn't have a "performance enhancing" problem... he has a STUPID problem.
Confirmed. Popped again for ecstasy >> http://buckeyextra.dispatch.com/content/stories/2014/09/12/ohio-state-football-spence-out-rules-violation.html 2nd time.
Must be cold down there...
I heard something that if he gets that court case pushed up, he could possibly serve the two suspensions concurrently. #Unbelievable
It's because the failed drug test occurred in 2013, not 2014. Seriously.
The hit on Ben Roethlisberger that was flagged on the 1st drive of the game was UNBELIEVABLE. That was nearly the textbook definition of a PERFECT tackle (only difference is I was taught to bite the football (i.e., head to the side of the body); not bite the stomach (i.e., head into the gut of the player)).
If the NFL takes hits like that out of this game (which they seem to clearly be trying to do with this new 'officiating'), the NFL will NEVER be the same and become a SHELL of itself.
Question: If Gordon's suspension is "reduced to 8 games", would Week 1 count? (i.e., would Gordon be reinstated then in Week 8 or Week 9?)
411 Woody -
Come get your downvotes
(seriously... someone needs to turn that phrase into a meme. I've google'd it and I can't find anything. Baffles my mind that one hasn't been created already.)
What clip is this taken from?
Gametime... come get your Upvote. Completely agree with your original post. Bravo
It goes back to the other original comment that there's TOO MANY "weapons". They need to settle on their "guys" this season and used them instead of playing turn-table roulette with all their "toys"
Abysmal in... ughhh... the guy could (probably dare I even say should) be averaging 100 yards a game, but instead he's mustering 60 yards a game because he's only getting 1 or 2 targets per game. The kid should be getting 5-7 targets per game. He has THREE receptions in TWO GAMES! Barely a reception per game. There's no reason this kid shouldn't have 5-7 catches a game! GET HIM THE BALL!
While I don't necessarily agree/disagree with your comment about the players, I do 100% completely agree about your comments re: the coaching. The people who are screaming "FIRE MEYER" are idiots. Can we take a chill pill, please?
I know Meyer takes Special Teams serious, but I don't think Meyer takes the offensive field goal kicking game as serious as Tressel took the offensive side of the field goal kicking game.
Also... where's the aggressive attacking on the punt return game that we saw notoriously from the Gators under Meyer?! That's been severely lacking recently.
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Evan Spencer dropped his only target, I believe.
I said it last week and I'll say it again... I think D.Smith has an abysmal year this year, but I think he makes it in the NFL and has a solid year or two (maybe even more) there. I would not e surprised in the least to see him become a 1,00 receiver in the NFL. He's just being used unfortunately terribly wrong in Columbus. :-(
Guys. The problem was the drops C.Smith in the enzone. Spender deep. etc.
Va Tech has a pretty good secondary. The Fuller kid is one of the best in the country.
The bigger problem was the OL and Tom Herman (play-calling and not bringing in an extra blocker or two).