I admire both coaches. Spurrier is trying to get his assistant a good chance to take over the helm by stepping down early.
Chris Gamble, great Buckeye and Carolina Panther
Shoot I don't like her either, who is this fine gentleman? She needs to eat more...just looks unhealthy.
Buckswinitall I surely can imagine it, but very unlikely. At this point I would settle for either of the Lawrences or Jackson to go along with the kid from IMG.
Nice post...but not seeing the field doesn't really preserve one's body. Practices can be pretty rough and injury laden.
You might look up what "liability" means....I think you meant something else.
Just looking forward to next Saturday and the normal unis.
Scenario 4: Herman takes over at AtM after Sumlin leaves for USC or the NFL (after AtM makes the playoff next season). I don't think Tom will do one and done.
I live in Austin, Charlie is loved by everyone I know. The only people calling for his head were the idiot 2% of the fan base, the same ones who cried to fire Fickell at tOSU. I think Charlie will be coaching here for a long time, people appreciated how he cleaned house with the "bad" eggs last year and realize he is working without a full deck. The radio talk show hosts agree he should get at least another year after this season.
As to Herman, I would bet he will be at UH for at least 2 years. He is not a one and done type of guy that lacks character, he came to do a job at UH and I believe he won't leave till he has them in the top 10 (like Sumlin). He is a Texas guy and I don't believe he has any interest in leaving anytime soon. Maybe he leaves after a year if Sumlin leaves for USC but that is only to take a spot at AtM.
Agreed Michigain does look good...but I don't know if I take them over this team yet. I am assuming they Bucks beat Maryland somewhat easily, but will be curious to see how they handle PSU. Need to see some offensive growth from the passing game in order to believe this team goes undefeated. If Zeke and company struggle against PSU then I will be worried about TTUN.
Compare the TEs to a program like ND and you can see how TEs might perceive a lack of development.
Couldn"t agree more, I have been saying this hoping some of the people on here with scarlet colored glasses might better understand why a recruit might take their time. Afterall, they only get treated this way 1x in their careers.
Strong will turn it around. He just needs a line to block for whatever poor soul gets to play in the backfield. They had to boot two of their best OL last year and were thin at the position to begin with after Charlie was hired near signing day and had to try to hold onto Mack's leftovers. Now they have two true freshmen starting at OL, one at left tackle. Their line is a siv and consequently it is really hard to pass anything other than 5-10 yard routes. The new O coordinator fixed the deep route play calling and they now put Heard in at QB (after saving him from Sheldon Day and ND's line). This year will be rough but the OL should be good by next season when Charlie's recruits start to mature.
Notre Dame looked pretty damn good. Zaire was really strong and the DL looked great. Granted it was against Texas who has been terrible but their OL should have been improved from last year and didn't look to be against ND. We will see if the Irish are for real against Georgia Tech. If they win there it wouldn't be too much of a reach to think they could be a playoff team.
Anthony Thompson was pretty damn good back in the 80-90s, I believe he took home some serious hardware too.
Indiana, Illinois, Purdue, Minnesota, Wiscy need to step it up.