I tweeted him to ask how much the SEC bagman offered him. I'm sure it had to be a huge offer, Harbaugh-like.
The choice is between the champs and the chumps. I know what I would choose.
We talkin bout practice?
I can't help it, their music is freaking catchy.
I've been looking on Aliexpress. The picture doesn't seem to have the Nike swoosh on the jersey...did your jersey have one?
Auburn making one last big cash offer.
Yeah, pretty good stuff.
They put an asterisk beside 1961 but not 1970. So they think 7 titles? Did I count that right? Happy medium?
From 2002: Southern California: Dunkel, Matthews, Sagarin
Are they fucking serious? Wow
In slow mo, it looked like it should be a penalty. In realtime, it looked fine. We operate in realtime, so it was fine.
It could've been worse...
In the words of Wisconsin coach Bo Ryan and/or former WWE champion Dave Batista, DEAL WITH IT!
They could just call a technical foul on someone who flops. I'd say a suspension is pretty harsh unless a player becomes a repeat offender.
Of the 8 that the Bengals needed, how many of those needs were created as a result of injuries?
No knock on Braxton, as for me, it's more health-related than anything else. That is if he doesn't change positions. If he does, well, then I guess Collier will be 3rd string, though look out for Burrow and Gibson.
OSU doesn't play anyone of note at home other than Sparty. If Sparty is good then they might be there.
That was good stuff today. Another slow start but they shot their way right out of it. Loved not just the shooting, but the offensive sets, the execution, the shot selection. If they played offense like that every game, they'd probably be undefeated or maybe just one loss right now.
Paying tribute to Braxton/Jeff Heuerman/Raekwon McMillan (who wore #5 before changing to #2)
Recency bias maybe...but I think Cardale has all of the tools to be a great QB here and in the NFL. Imagine what a year of offseason camps could do for him.
That being said, JT Barrett was also amazing all year long, and I would be perfectly happy with him getting the nod.
And I feel bad for Braxton...I don't think his arm will ever be quite the same, either.
The butthurt that still exists down there is pathetic. Their fanbase competes with Penn State's for the most pathetic fans in college football. It wasn't even a bad call, guys. You could've called any one of three penalties on that play.
FBS cause they still have like 328947328 bowls for every mediocre and up team.
Outside of Russell, I was not impressed. It kind of went down like games that OSU lost this year (especially with the slow start)...it's just that Northwestern is so bad that OSU could still find a way to win. And to be up 11 well into the second half and have it come down to the end...they missed the front end of every goddamn one-and-one possible between NW foul #7 and NW foul #9. One more front end miss and they'd be the Mike Hart of one-and-ones. FFS guys.
Russell is becoming a bonafide star, though.
It's getting to a now or never point. I'm wondering if the team simply is what it is at this point, or can they get it figured out soon.
I bet 14 of the 20 come from a certain conference that hasn't won a title in a couple of years now.
I can't imagine a scenario where JT wins the starting job and Cardale's NFL Draft stock maintains its current level.
The way I see this thing playing out - Cardale wins the job, kicks ass, is at least a Heisman finalist in NYC and may even win (or EZE might win), and probably leads OSU to a 2nd straight title. He gone to the draft. JT starts for 2016 and maybe 2017, though if he kicks enough ass and OSU 3-peats in 2016, then he may be gone, too. Then we have Stephen Collier or Joe Burrow or Torrance Gibson or whoever else for 2017 and beyond.
It's a good thing Baylor lost to Michigan State in the Cotton Bowl to make all this confusion moot.
It would've been moot even if Baylor had won. Ohio State showed in the playoff that they are the best team in CFB. Baylor would've lost by 3 TDs to Bama.
It makes me happy that Miami sucks and we don't.