What is not transparent about it? He's said all along he's coming back. His dad said he was coming back. Urban said he was coming back. JT said he was coming back. It's everyone else that has said and speculated otherwise. Braxton literally just said we got another year to do it.
What exactly is telling about that? The fact that without Amir we barely beat a bottom feeder in the Big 10?
Don't forget 2005. Only team that held Texas that year under 40. And we did it under 30.
I think the real question is the opposite.
I would guess he's playing zone to the boundary. There's no wideout over there, so he'll have one of those TEs, the FB, or Gordon. So when both TEs stay in and block he still has nothing. He's probably the outside contain on the run so he can't commit into the hole like a LB would. But that's seriously just a guess.
Did you watch the game? Scott was terrible. 1-7 with 0 assists and 5 turnovers. Most if not all of those turnovers unforced.
You must not be watching the same special teams as the rest of us.
#1 in starting field position. #2 in opponent starting field position. #2 in short field starts (at the 50 or closer to opponent's endzone). #9 in opponents long field starts (inside their own 20). #1 in own long field starts.
Spencer is the best blocking WR on the team. When they're trying to be a good running team you need WRs who can block.
According to ESPN we're at 40 and Alabama has 47. I think this counts everyone on a roster right now though. So those numbers will drop in a week when final cuts are made.
I think they meant the best they've ever coached. Pretty sure Ken was not coaching Navy in the 60's.
It doesn't really change anything. OSU has had plenty of players from NJ with a spattering of Philly and Baltimore guys. The "local" games covered in basically all of New England are Penn State games and have been for awhile.
I still don't understand how these work. Didn't Indiana have 2 guys leave early last year? How is their basketball score perfect?
Just watch his official highlight video. The one they showed on ESPN was relatively bad. First play was hands to the face. Last play he tackled a dude then spent 10 seconds driving his forearm/elbow into the guy's throat.
Gholston was drafted in 2008. This list is 2010+
I agree. I don't agree with the sentiment that it's the only business like that. I helped my company make over $100k last week. Guess how much of that I saw?
Where are you getting that number? I see out of state + r&b at 36,500.
Payne walks every move he takes.
I'd say it's more likely that it's the more stringent requirements on obtaining a driver's license. How many accidents have you seen due to oil on the road?
So I didn't get to watch any - did we really end up with only 7 assist on 24 made baskets? What's up with that?
I think ADV's time will drop more significantly. His level of D just isn't quite there. McDonald we'll need to give Amir a break.
You're the worst.
Probably not going to work if he's a freshman.
Ugh. Craft's form doesn't look any better.