As an offensive line coach here is my analysis: Obviously he has a great build. His footwork could use some work, but he can freaking move. He plays a little upright but he makes up for it with very violent hands. These problems are very fixable and I have the utmost confidence coach Warinner can work them out. I know my opinion means jack, but as a person who does nothing but analyze the front 7, I like what I see.
Uhoh, you _ay need to re_ove your title te_porarily for this week (_OD). And this whole typing thing without acknowledging a certain letter isn't as easy as it looks.
midwest team in the playoff = more viewers = more money for the tv contract holders of the playoffs (ESPN)
That's terrible leadership. One of the ideas I took away most from hearing Urban speak this spring: "It's easy to blame, the real challenge is fixing the problem."
Just goes to show how quickly offenses in college football have evolved.
Might as well get em all in. As you can tell from my profile pic, I love me some Beanie stiff arm...
James Franklin doesn't know who Nick Bosa is...
Just like Fickell's time here
If Hilliard leaves I think it's time we #firefickell
I don't think seven is all that bad if you really think about it. There are 22 starters on a team. If you split that into 3 groups (seniors, juniors, and sophomores/freshmen), you're looking at a little over seven for each group on average. You tend to want to have more seniors starting so that there's some experience on the field. However, when it is distributed like this, it's easier to reload and avoid rebuilding.
It's disappointing that we can't go back and get the excitement of him committing to us on TV... but the Gator butthurt will more than make up for it.
I gained a lot of respect for him and his program after seeing how he handled the Gurley situation. They were proactive as a opposed to reactive to the opinion of the public.