Old Spice? I expect a Crews/Zeke ab-off.
RB coach Tony Alford. Couldn't tell if he was flipping someone off or trying to beckon them over for the circle drill.
Nike has done full rebrands of entire athletic departments...Illinois, Washington, etc.
The banners are only a bit jarring because it's an italicized stencil font right next to a common typeface.
That said, look at some of the baseball or hockey uniforms vs the football or hoops uniforms. Multiple fonts and numbers and scripts. No big deal, but could be better.
Williams looks like a bruiser.
Mike Thomas sounds like he's about 16 years old.
What's the final banner say, "9 Strong"?
This is nitpicking, but I wish the Athletic Department was more consistent with their branding. Pick a typeface and stick to it!
Glen Mason is picking Ahia State.
I don't disagree with you on that...the eight 'healthy' guys practicing this spring have one career catch so things can change quickly. Major (Clark, Brown, Smith) and chronic injuries (Wilson, Dixon) abound.
Personally, I like Victor and Mack the most long-term. They actually know how to play the position and are healthy (knocks on wood).
Smith and Brown are exceptions because I don't think they're even cleared yet. Both will be in the rotation if healthy, I'd think.
That said, I've not heard Stump's name mentioned at all, and McLaurin very little. Hill is behind due to injury and Gibson due to inexperience, but the fact of the matter is some guys will be left behind. At the moment, it seems Clark, Dixon, Mack and Campbell are the top 4 at WR, with Samuel/Wilson at H.
Weber is the only scholarship back on his team. Dunn has to split carries with Antonio Williams, who Coach Meyer has been talking up all spring.
Dunn's realistic ceiling this year is special teams star. There is value in those spots, but Dunn shouldn't be looked at as a RB anymore than Fada/Burger at LB.
This should give you a pretty clear indication of where guys stand right now. Scarlet has the whole starting offense and top subs, Grey with the starting defense and subs. I'm thinking Scarlet's second OL is the third line when the team is all together.
Nobody's getting shot in Grant Park on a normal weekend, let alone when the NFL in town. Having worked this event last year, the police presence was noticeable. For all the cuts he's made to the force, Rahm Al-Ghul has them show out at Draft Town. He wants the Draft here permanently, though I think it may rotate between LA/Chi/NYC.
90% of the bodies are dropped S and W Side, and there's no reason to go there unless you're a resident.
Since Harbaugh is such a history buff...
Grain Elevators is such a better name than Twin Towers for Lincoln/Morrill.
Kirksey = Larry Kirksey, who is coaching the Ohio team. Due to their publicly traded status, there are certain time periods to release information on team locations, names, etc. Why they're six weeks from opening day and none of this has been announced, I swear I don't know.
Last I heard, the plan was to play at UAkron's stadium this spring and move to Fawcett in 2017.
Has Thompson-Robinson even played much varsity behind Martell? I like the soph better but mostly because Tate seems like a huge d-bag.
Roger da GAWDell? Good exposure for our athletes.
Damn thing drank itself to death.
One man Wolfpack?
Yikes, he's coming into year three with no appearances.
Per the roster, looks like Cam Burrows got a redshirt for last year. Listed as RS Jr rather than true senior.
Is Dylan Thompson around at all?
More like SOURdan Lewis, amirite?
I'll see myself out.
Henry is on his Ne-Yo shit, he's gonna keep that hairline hidden constantly.
The older Browning played for Dadbaughd at Stanford, not TSUN. Love Marchiol but wouldn't be surprised to see OSU simply walk down a safety a la Worley.