It's the most wonderful tiiiiiiime of the yeeeeeeeaaaaaarrrrr!!! I'm channeling my inner Andy Williams on this glorious morning and I don't care who hears it.
ESPN's headlines are hilarious. It mentions the TAMU "rout" but doesn't say who they beat. It mentions how good Kenny Hill looked and the records they broke but no mention about the awful South Carolina defense.
Come on Badgers, I'm tired of hearing about the SEC.
I love Meyer's leadership style: If you make a mistake that's fine, just make it going full speed. Mistakes are on the coaches.
You go to a lot of Missouri games?
Awesome insight as always. I'm worried about defenses confusing a young QB and being in places he doesn't expect. Don't crossing routes and reads like that open a young QB up for more turnovers?
I feel a 3rd down at Ohio Stadium and Hell's BELLs ringing zinger in here somewhere, but can't find it.
Jalin's still considered a freshman
2014 Buckeyes will be without their 2013 top passer, rusher, receiver, and tackler. How could anyone possibly predict anything at this point? We should all know better than to sleep on Coach Meyer no matter what the situation. I'm just not sold that we still can't have a great season and contend. If we go 2-0 you'll hear tones change quickly.
Wasn't it the longest touchdown pass in OSU history?
Did anyone else hear Mark May's voice for the Get in the Hole Guy?
Some folks need to read the commenting policy. Downvotes are for trolls, not someone with whom you disagree.
That upvote was for the Billy Cunningham avatar
I'm ok with Georgia being highly ranked until someone figures out how to tackle (a healthy) Todd Gurley. That dude is an absolute monster.
Offensive line technique, espeically zone run blocking, is one of the components of the game that I know least about, so this was incredibly helpful.
Thanks Kyle, this was awesome.
Some kids have to learn lessons the hard way. Hopefully he takes advantage of all the resources in front of him and gets back on track.
I respectfully disagree. QB's are taught if a receiver is that wide open, throw it right at him. Don't give yourself a chance of over-leading him and blowing the play.
I can't look away from this.
Ditto. I go to one home game each year, and cherish every second. It is rather nice, however, to watch the November games in shorts.
Wouldn't you say, though, that B1G refs are still a little better than the other conferences? It seems like all the worst officiating I've seen in CFB over the years has been elsewhere.
If I were putting Jeter's dating history onto a baseball diamond, Mariah Carey would be playing catcher right now. Put her in full pads. Woof. Hats off to him, though. That is an MVP list if I've ever seen one.
I live in Tampa not far from his neighborhood. So stories get around. I've heard from multiple people that when he does one night stands with random girls, he sends them home with gift baskets of autographed baseballs, chocolates, etc.
The key to 3rd down conversions will always rely on what is done on 1st and 2nd downs. No matter how well they improve on 3rd and extra long, it still won't yield sustainable success. Not many scoring drives are built by converting multiple 3rd and longs. That being said, I'm just glad we're not in 2011 anymore seeing play action on 3rd and 12.
Who would downvote this? I guess some people just want to watch the world burn...
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