Ranking the college football teams that looked the least like Arkansas on Saturday
1. Ohio State
Complete arrogance is a luxury, but when you got it, flaunt it. Ohio State can phone in a sloppy home performance against Hawaii, rotate two misfiring QBs ineffectively, waltz into halftime with a measly 14-0 lead, and still stride across the finish line with a 38-0 win over the Rainbow Warriors. (In their full rainbow throwbacks, no less.) The Buckeyes are like an elite marathon runner with a lead so big they can stop for a roadside donut, even if you want to fret over the two-QB system and make something out of nothing.
They got a nice political boost when every team openly questioning their strength of schedule did foolish things like losing to Toledo at home. Enjoy that donut, Brutus. It ain't flaunting if you got it.
There has been quite an upsurge of MSU fans saying, "this is our year"...
"Cardale Jones running is like a vending machine come to life"
"Cardale Jones: QuarterFullback."
"Emotionally, the closest thing to tackling Cardale Jones is carrying a heavy air conditioning unit up some creaky stairs."
"Oregon has a spy. Cardale runs over your spy."
"I cannot overstate how large and deliberate Cardale Jones is. He moves like he has treads."
"Awkward elusiveness" is great, too.
Cosmo, since you're registered at The Key Play, could you please do me a favor and PM an admin to approve my user account? I registered as "Tyler Morgan" over a week ago, but haven't received a confirmation email from them. Also haven't received a reply to a separate email I sent to an admin. Thanks.
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Mantooth, you may be right, but Warinner seemed to have trouble recruiting, too. A lot of mid-year concerns turned out to be unfounded on NSD.
Good question about no-huddle. Lauderback said he wouldn't expect "a platoon scenario where Jones and Barrett both consistently see snaps within a particular possession."
I think Barrett will win the job outright, and this will all be moot.
"I went through a lot when I was younger so therefore others should be punished more severely when they do something wrong." Did I summarize that correctly?
No, the point is not that he passively "went through" something. He is saying that, if a 17-yr-old can take on adult responsibilities with adult consequences, then we shouldn't treat 20-yr-olds as quasi-children.
I basically agree, but I don't see how it leads to the conclusion that the players deserve a 4-game suspension. 1 game "seems" right to me.
Please look like this:
From the Michigan State side of things, the talk about pulling Cupp's offer centers on him making the trip to Ohio State without advising the Spartans' staff first, or doing it without their consent. On our FNL visitors' list, Cupp was added on July 21st, so how Michigan State missed him making the trip I can't be sure.
"Hey coach, you could have learned I was going to FNL by reading 11w. Why would you expect me to personally tell you I'm visiting another school to earn an offer?" Ridiculous.
If you commit to a school and tie up a scholarship, it's not asking much for you to grant a coach the courtesy of a phone call prior to shopping around for a better spot. If that's why Dantonio pulled the offer, I don't understand the complaints.
Walker has been to Rutgers, Alabama and Auburn in recent months, and this trip to Arizona State – expected to run from this evening through Sunday – is another step in what's sure to be a long journey until signing day (or early enrollment in January, if Walker is able to do what he'd like to).
The Buckeyes know that they have to recruit every committed player as if they're not committed and Walker, along with Terrell Hall (who just visited Bama again with his good friend Abdul Adams) especially, fit that bill since they're from out of state.
When you recruit players like Ohio State recruits, especially – as I said – from out of state, there's going to be a challenge to keep them. The Buckeyes are better equipped than any team in the country to handle a recruiting "attack"
Stay the course, don't fret. Every little thing, is gonna be alright.
The last rep...was awarded the best play of The Opening
Have a link for that? I couldn't find it at 247.
Never mind is two words. Whatsoever is one word.
OSU fans turn into PSU fans whenever the Cavs lose.
Fisch slapped. Smith retorted:
I believe Urban Meyer told Shariff Flloyd he had a dream from god that said he should come play for him.
I can't find the link anymore since the 11w redesign killed old comments, but iirc Floyd himself debunked that in an interview.
The entire Michigan fanbase will excuse ANYTHING Harbaugh says or does...
...you don't find it inappropriate that an adult college coach, in the process of recruiting two HS students, asks them to get down in a 3 pt. stance in a public restaurant and make a spectacle of them?
This nontroversy is as stupid as Michigan fans attacking Meyer for his "butt obsession."
The following Sunday, June 7th, Mack will make his decision and things still seem to be trending towards Ohio State in his recruitment.
What. Does. This. Mean??
Mack gave OSU a silent commitment.
Birm gave us a silent confirmation.
Gray Box, 305, and GSW are the best. Thanks for all the updates, guys.
I love Laettner.