Seperate the men from the boys of our two potential qBs. Isn't gonna happen, was just blowing hot air
The smartest, most prepared, hardest working, fundamently sound, with the vision to see things before they unfold, ability to lead and help others with their responsibilities because they know ever facet of the offense. Is your QB. All of those are self controlled by hard work and dedication to the team and his craft. This begins probably entering high school.
I dare that NJ private school that recruits play wallace's public school. DeSoto with 10 times the D1 talent will stomp them by 40+.
He's 16 years old in the photo and 6'3 225 llbs. Whatcha want?
Just in seniors to be between Wallace and Guarantano's district/leagues they play in there is over 10 times as many eventual or at least offered D1 prospects in Wallace's. He is playing against men. If it's even questionable of which QB to lean towards, to me it's the one the has performed against the country's best competition and isn't just a big fish in a little pond. This dude is tough!!
Hackenberg will not play a senior season at PSU. I see the first team beating the Ohio State Buckeyes, being the Ohio State Buckeyes, in the Spring game.
Absolutely. But that weather and the River Walk area before and after that game in San Antonio, were sweet.
it works great on College Football 2014 on Playstation. Lol.
Yeah, did OSU- Memphis at the Alamo, when Oden punked Dorsey. It was very impersonal. Not sure why they're having in in gigantic NRG Field in Houston. Of course it can't be in next door, smaller Astrodome as it needs renovation. But it could be in also next door NRG Arena. It'd be cool if they opened the roof of NRG field though, it's beautiful out. Could also be in smaller and maybe more personable Minute Maid Park. Again, they'd have option of roof open or close. Or next to that the brand new Wacovia soccer stadium, which looks like a UFO. Or shoot, keep it outdoors in Rice's stadium (it's one of 3 places in Hoyston to host a Super Bowl), or at UofH's new place. Shoot have it at Katy high school's $73 million dollar facility or Cy Fair's Berry Center $83 million dollar facility. I guess, it doesn't matter it's in Htown so it will be top knotch. Or there's always the Rocket's Toyota Center (a very nice arena despite it's name).
I was not a fan before a friend took me the first time. Now I've seen them a dozen times, and will see them every time they come nearby . I highly recomend
First: Gatlin Brothers
Brooks and Dunn put on a great show. I used to see them every year at Houston Livestock show and Rodeo.
With Zeke, we don't need our QB to rush for 1,000 yards anymore. We just need him to be a viable threat passing to keep the D from stacking the box. I can't beliee JT put up those numbers in one season, with just barely a week of starter's practice reps before the season and then not finishing the scUM game or having benefit of playing at least one post season game. Braxton had those, and his passing partial accumulated in 3 years of starter's reps could be passed in 1.5 years. And haven't even mentioned Cardale ,yet and what he did in 3 games. I think this air attack potential has been there, we've just needed to go through progression, know where each guy will be, throw receivers open at times, and be accurate. Now, I dont wanna complete destroy Braxton with this. He was our best hand dealt at the time. He is still possibly our best athlete and will have a chance to be an additional cog THAT REALLY opens this offense up, but not at QB. That's not a bad thing. We he gets utilized and the press gets wind of his impact throughout the season, his draft stock will skyrocket.
Why post this poll and give the Hokies bulliten board material in spring practice?
No SEC, at all this year. Bad QB play is their Achilles heel, right now. We maybe looking at an MSU-OSU rematch, in January.
Holy smokes. And I thought I burned through a lot of cars. Very cool
All I know is things are cyclical. Currently though, the best football district in the state of Texas and probably the country is the one Desoto high school plays in. So I'd give him the edge of the Jersey kid, but that's sight unseen of each. The Dallas schools used to trail the Houston schools. I dont live in the Dallas area but know of the ball and how they've flipped the tide in football on Houston in the 5 years or so. He plays for Dontre's alma mater and if he's excelling against all that D1 talent you're getting a pretty good barometer of the player he is rather than a program that only sends a half dozen kids a year to D1 and playing weekly against schools alike sending double digit kids every year to D1 schools.
I cringe in movies when a nice car gets messed up. I just did the same reading your response. But hey, our experiences make us who we are. I'm sure you wouldn't trade those days. I'm the same about similar stuff from the younger years.
We were trailing by our own fault in that one, not because we were underdogs. I think we had 3 future first round picks on the court.
Man, where's that car, now?
Where's is the GTO, now? Both of those are great collectables, today.
Where's that Mustang, now?
You had a 302 Boss? Any clue where it is now?
"Regular." My apologies for that. Yeah, mine was the "C" code, not the "K" code. But you're right. The 289 was one of Ford's best engines ever. It was light and had some pep. It was also Carroll Shelby's favorite engine. No coincidence my daughter's name is Shelby. I smoked many of heavy 350's back in the day in that little car.
1965 Mustang . Just the regular 2bbl 289. Took me and my dad 2 years to restore. I do not advise letting a 16 year old drive a classic. As fast as we fixed stuff, I'd burn it up again. I gained what knowledge I do have of cars from those times and would never change them. Black pony interior with no AC in Houston Texas meant the only way to keep cool was to haul ass. I still love mustangs and have 2 in my current collection.