Whether he played poorly or not, booing your own team, namely the guy who stepped in and gave us that postseason to remember forever, is selfish and classless.
There was plenty of booing to do in that game but it was for the guys wearing the stripes (calling Conley and then ignoring the hit on JT out of bounds, Darron Lee was getting held all night).
You may have also noticed we blitzed the A gap quite a bit, which will leave the short middle open. If the blitz is effective (which I think it was for the most part), the QB is forced to look laterally to get rid of the ball (which he did), while also forcing a downhill RB (which Maryland has) outside as well. The game plan was perfect against a QB who cannot run as well as Hills. It seems like we prepared to play against Caleb Rowe and never adjusted to Hills.
Likely that Weber redshirts?
I'm almost certain that is Gus Malzahn, not Hugh Freeze.
Pretty sure out of market you'll be able to see it on ESPN2. That's where it is broadcasting here in Tampa.
Username is obviously after the buckeye defense. Avatar is me from the national championship in Dallas. I got free all access pass in exchange for selling programs before the game for a couple hours. Any open seat was mine for the taking and I ended up in section 120. Most badass day of my life.
Jalin if he doesn't go pro by then.
The Confederate flag waivers
Freudian slip eh?
I think you're confusing the close score with Herman and the offense's performance over Bama's defense. Over 40 points and 500 years of balanced offense against a top 10 defense averaging just 17 points/gm against them all season is statistical dominance.
He already redshirted. I think that would require some sort of NCAA waiver.
I love this
Pretty sure we were #10 or #11. Likely just a typo.
I see where you're coming from. Its just seems like we are spinning our wheels trying to make the case for one of three right answers. It makes it less fun to bask in the bliss that situation really is. People always ask me, "Who do you think is going to be the starter?" My response is, "I don't know but they're all capable and fun to watch for their own reasons, so I'm not going to worry about it."
All in favor of a moratorium on QBgeddon takes until fall practice starts?
Having three QB's capable of winning a championship is quickly turning from awesome into annoying.
how does no. 97 not have a bid?
P.K. Subban (Dirty, dirty dude)
Jameis Winston (he may or may not be a rapist, but he's definitely an entitled kid with no sense of humility)
Tom Brady (If Matt Cassel can go 11-5, I think it is Bill Belichick that makes the Pats good)
He always showed love for Jalin on the sidelines after a score. I'm pulling for him because I still think he's one of the biggest weapons we have no matter where he is on the field.