207. An xl "85 Yards.." Would be cool
If this is a concern, then I'd be concerned about the hits we need him to deliver, too. We need him to be able to crack down on the OLB, at times, block for the outside receiver that is stepping back behind the line for a quick screen, and also need him to take on a released defender as he's the decoy on a fake fly sweep. Our receivers hit people. They are expected to be complete football players. This is not the Pac12 or Big12.
I've listened to that one a thousand times through the years on work out in days that I gotta convince myself to workout. Works every time
Not a wrestling fan so I wasn't familiar. But I bet many of our players and young men that continue to come through program of their age are. I like this one. I think it speaks more to them than 70-80's Rock. Now that AC/DC speaks more to me, but I want what works for 18-22 year olds. What pagentry. That was actually pretty cool video even to a non-wrestling follower.
this coach knows nothing about Texas and the high school coaches hold it against him just like they did John Macovich. He sells the freedom of Austin and its compelling young and vibrant culture but once there.... you better not experience the life you were sold on. He's had a hypocritical approach. Show them the life and beauty of Austin to get them there and then bam, don't touch it for the next 4 years or else.
"The world needs ditch diggers, too."
Hurts to lose an athlete like this, but they're championship aspirations don't exist until they learn football is won and lost in the trenches, become willing to take on lead blockers and defensively be able to read run play development.
Funny posts by you all. Dang auto correct on iPhone. I deserve all of the above. Big buckeyes, I don't agree Manziel escaped the ncaa by the color of his skin. His family oil money made everything he was doing/driving plausible. The schools let ncaa due their investigations. However, in doing so our coach got caught up in a lie. From that point forward, things did not turn out well for our boys and how they will be remembered. What might have been a quick looksy investigation turned into looking in every closet, under every mat ect , once they were caught in a lie
Some TX high schools have the indoor practice bubbles partially for this reason.
"We're talkin bout
practicemichigan? Practicemichigan ? Seriously, we talkin bout practicemichigan?"
Props to Boren. His is the American vehicle.
That's a 6.7 liter diesel and will easily last 300,000 miles before any initial problems of minor concerns begin. It's only an f250 though so he's getting probably closer to 20 mpg. Which leads me to ask the young Boren, his older brother spent time with the Texans so he should know....Why by an f250 when they make an f350?
He will not except the arm bar on that big right arm.
Not a chance in the world Bob McNair will allow his GM to sign Ray Rice. The culture and ethics the Texans preach, no chance. The Cowboys, Now there's a chance.
I saw that tour. It was 2001. I know this because the show I went to was just a few days after 9/11. It was bizarre but as always they pulled it off. My wife has only gone to one of the shows with me over the years. It's not her cup of tea as far as music. However, she ended up being suprisingly shocked with the show and enjoyed it immensely.
I had to read this week's post, because I love TOOL!!!. I've seen them over a dozen times. When I was younger I'd see them in Houston and each somewhat nearby show I could muster on those tours (San Antonio/Austin, Dalas/Ft. Worth, even up to Shreveport, LA). I don't necessarily agree with all the lyrics but appriciate how unique the music is. No one sounds like Tool and the complexity of the music and the skill it would take to mimic keeps them safe from anyone duplicating their vibe. Hands down the best Live band out there and I go to all kinds of genres of concerts. And great tunes for a high intensity workout on days you don't feel like pushing it. My favorite track is "Jambi".
We could end up with no options that have ever returned a college punt, though.
He caught a deep ball in the NCG and then fumbled it away.
We could potentially have no one available that has ever fielded a collegiant punt in a game. In a prime time game. Is this tue?? Get them reps in, Brax.
I'm dissappointed in these guys if it was the rummored weed. However, I remind myself they are still learning. I hope they learn how much their decisions effect their future and others around them. I'll stop with the Bosa to JJ Watt comparisions until we see if Joey learns from this. The comparable would never be selfish enough to jepordize his team or his self for drugs. Wake up, Guys. It's still early enough in your journey.
That middle one would be sweet once the bill is molded to look like a cap.
One play I found interesting was a young Austin Spitler roughing the center on 4th and 13 extending a killed drive. He turns around and does the same thing just over a year later vs LSU on 4th and 23. Who was the special teams coach? Why was the same player allowed to commit the same bizarre penalty? Lessons from mistakes weren't being taught. That's a penalty you commit once and never do it again in a career. This staff would never let that happen with their attention to even the smallest details.
Is MSU insecure? Obviously so.
apperently they're not masters of their own domain.
Yeah but JT is all QB. You can watch a batter or golfers practice swings and know they can play. JT's the same way. He's so polished. And this doesn't even show how he goes through progressions and if all covered will even start reading backwards through them. I've seen maybe 3 pro QBs do this and this dude was a freshman.