Darby's Holmes ran a 4.32 40. Very impressive
The ladies would hold their own against the boys. That would be fun to watch!
Oh for sure
I'm being a little tuff on him for sure cause I think he is more special than what I have seen, and specifically his subpar play in last years Penn State game. Barkley made most players look bad, so that's not fare, but it concerned me. I just see a superior nose for the ball in Baker. I hope Booker proves me wrong. His pick 6 in Nikes the opening is the player I thought he would consistently be. Potential star, just not yet.
PHI I saw Baker take on blockers with more success than Booker and believe Baker has more natural smarts all around on the field putting himself in the best position to succeed. Booker seems to be a step slow when processing what to do causing him to be a tad late to commit the run or pass. Recognition is a problem.
Watching Weber live over the past couple of years in freezing inclement weather, this kid is sure footed and built for the winter run. I've said in the past that I rarely saw Mike get caught from behind, so it would be nice to see him get past those shoe string trip ups and see what he's really got for wheels. Got to get those knees up. Boom Herron finally learned how, so no worries here.
Damn that was a great game in 06. I was proud of our D they were almost flawless. That loss was easier to swallow than that USC pounding
Simmons, Jones and White rotating in as a group for the next couple years. So many different combos of superior athletic linebackers for years to come keeps me smiling.
I was impressed by Hlliards run stopping prowess but his angle pursuit shows he's not up to college game speed quite yet. Could easily start in the middle of the season or before. In that scenario I see McMillan, Baker and Hilliard tearing it up.
Sure hope I'm wrong and you're right but I just believe you cannot teach instincts. Webb dominated in the games I went to at Tech so I'm very surprised he hasn't improved this far.
Webb is going to get exposed tomorrow by Tulsa. I can't believe he's a starter. Bad angles and late to the ball, looked lost all game. Consistent poor play dating back to the UM game. I'm extremely worried. E. Smith please, Baker, Burger and McMillan.
I beg to differ, we're stacked at the other positions so personally I believe we need Tufele in a bad way but Okuda and Browning would be explicit. Still smiling.
I'm soo numb, warm and fuzzy. If this is entitlement , I'm in !
And probably 3 times in the middle of the night like Joe Theisman.
An awful lot of pressure for sure.
Honestly I didn't know he was able to take the top off the defense. Good to hear it from the horses mouth. Confident talk excites me.
I believe LSU had some decent linemen under Stud. Pretty sure indeed...awesome hire!
JEEPERS CREEPERS comes to mind when anything crow is mentioned. Enjoy your bird
I've never been more moved all year as Rashod moved me with his mind set. Feel the love.
I love JT's attributes, but I am excited to see life without the stud, for there is better talent seemingly every year from Pryor to the present and I don't see it coming to an end anytime soon. Keep Rollin!
"John" would've been perfect for Baylors offense. Petty throwing talent and wheels to boot. Higher ceiling than JT in the touch dept. Pure arm talent. Seems to be the future trend for the Buckeyes. Distribute the ball through the air. Evolution sure has taken a long time, but it will be worth it. They'll be an even better team year in and year out because of it.
OMG BEDHEAD, I was lmao as well with the lead blocker just trying to get in someone's way while trying not to get run over by Booth. Beasty is intriguing, hope he's a BUCKEYE.
Webb must have improved from last year cause if you watch last years -ichigan game he was lost on every play. I don't know how EGW isn't in the conversation with his superior ball skills. I guess it's strictly his size cause it isn't a lack of talent.
I really liked the way EGW balled in the spring game. Think he's better than Webb and Burrows.