Today's may be a stretch. Yesterday was blatant.
Love DJ's writing, but the bias gets tiresome for many.
I can recall a couple blocks springing Zeke open for big yards.
Yesterday - "JT is a Myth."
Today - "Is Braxton even the best H-back?" and "What third down woes?"
Nope, no "King Cardale" bias here.
The point of the article (or my writing) wasn't to tear down J.T. Barrett
Let's be honest: there's no chance in hades you would ever post those stats on Cardale.
You're "King Cardale" biased, whether you want to admit it or not.
After my morning Skully routine, I sometimes wonder if we are rooting for the Ohio State Buckeyes or for "Cardale!!!1111!!1"
Could've done without seeing that.
There are plenty of jokes with this. At the end of the day though, switching from Adidas to Nike and the Jordan brand - which is still very relevant to today's recruits - is a smart (not stupid?) move.
Lol, guy is mind blown.
Play clocks that continue to run even after the player gets out-of-bounds. Crazy how much this happens - happened a couple of times at Indiana.
Obviously I'm no guru, but I will concede Jones seems clunky and disjointed at times. Part of that is due to Tom Herman coaching Houston now.
That's not meant as a slight to Tim Beck either....
Jones has seemed clunky...partly due to the new OC. The other part is due to...
...folks, this is as close as we'll see DJ ever come to saying Cardale has made a few bad decisions.
Not via the wildcat, but Miller for sure. He's shown he can catch and we all know what he can do with the ball in his hands. And he's a good blocker (the penalty was pretty iffy).
He's obviously not watching their commercials.
Yep, my down votes (sticker removals?) have skyrocketed with the all the fringe users. 11W deserves better.
Play calling, fumbles, no Devin Smith, mediocre WR blocking, new coaches gelling, penalties, locking down on receivers, poor option reads, wild snaps, defenses that have adjusted, teams calling more aggressive games to shock the number one team...
Or Qb is struggling, but there's so much more going on.
Sounds like he's been reading Mr. Jones's write-ups.
Nike may be out of ideas regarding Oregon uniforms
That was my immediate thought, too - thought this might have been an Onion piece.
Overall, they do look cool, though.
Over 5 games:
2.6 turnovers per game.
70 yards in penalties per game.
(And 34% third-down efficiency.)
That's what I said...I thought.
Yeah, the way it was thrown, I think anyone would've tried to catch it.
Cardale's passing numbers at halftime are a perfect example of how statistics can be misleading. A huge chunk of them were in the last series, which I believe was when e were basically running the two minute drill and Indiana was playing conservative defense.
I take some satisfaction in knowing Indiana gave it their all, and we still won in their home stadium
U serious Clark?
These "We won didn't we?" threads are almost as bad as the "Fire Coach X" threads. Players all the time are happy with victories but disappointed in their performance. Just because you win doesn't mean you played the way you wanted to play. The same principle can apply to fans.
Really not liking Cardale's reaction / convo with Samuel.