Ohio State 43
Ohio State 43
Damn, seemed like Lattimore had something a lot of DB prospects don't have -- had been hearing he might return kicks or punts. Hope he's healthy for spring football and next season. No more bad news before the season, come on!
The Skull Session link from the main Eleven Warriors page doesn't seem to be working. I almost had a heart attack before I was brilliant enough to try the "Full Archives" button at the bottom of the page. Crisis averted...
So adjusted for inflation (everyone getting good at taking standardized tests), you'd probably be getting a 32 or 33 today.
I agree with this -- we can still win every game, but the margin for error is going to be a lot smaller than it would be with Miller.
Fair point, I still don't think we have confirmation on what exactly happened.
Dislocated on a non-contact play? That does not sound good at all...
I'm excited to see the development of the receivers, and I hope that in the near future we'll be seeing Noah Brown or another big receiver push some corners around when they're trying to press him.
Yeah I'm sure there's no way they could have Mirror Lake filled in time for the jump during Michigan Week -- filling a small lake twice in three months is surely impossible.
More accurately, Indians will be going for the split.
Good luck Kyle! Thanks for the great coverage!
The way that part of the article was written threw me off at first too, but I think it's trying to say that Wedding Crashers is a "mainstream weakness" compared to the more obscure indie comedies they usually watch.
“We know we don’t have the option to not get better" -- that is a very Kyle Kalis way to say something.
I got UM too.
You are a good boss.
I agree. Outside runs get blown up for losses more than inside runs, and Miller would have had to run a total of about 10 yards because of the shotgun and lateral part of the run.
I just hope there aren't any defenses in the NFL that are as good as LSU's, or else Manziel could be in trouble...
As a Browns fan, I know it's a tradition for Steelers to concuss and batter Browns quarterbacks. I'd rather it be Shazier than James Harrison or some other dirty Steeler bastard.
Woo-hoo! It's exciting to get guys who can shoot the ball well.
I'm excited to see more pass break-ups and interceptions. There may be more long pass plays given up, but it's not like last year's softer scheme eliminated those completely anyway.
Some people need to read the helmet sticker voting policy and/or develop a sense of humor.
In 4th grade CYO basketball, I made a game-winning buzzer beater for a thrilling victory (score was something like 16-14). There was no full-court pressing allowed, and the clock didn't start after a dead ball until someone passed one-quarter court (makes going the length of the court in 2 seconds just a little bit easier). I took the inbound pass with 2 seconds left, dribbled without any real urgency up court since the clock wouldn't start, and then sped up as I passed the half-court line, dribbled off a pick on the right wing, and nailed a shot at the buzzer.
Other "shining moment" was making a game-saving diving catch down the left field line for the last out of my team's Co-Rec B Intramural Softball championship game during my junior year.