Seems weird that he would want to go play behind Larry Hubbard for another 3 years.
Typically 25 due to attrition. 35 if you are Tennessee.
Yeah I think Corley is all MSU too, and also doubt that MSU adding another wideout will affect his decision
And add Nate Craig-Myers! AmIright?!?!
I agree. Having said that, my two best friends from Grad School went to Penn State. It took one football season with them to start hating Penn State. And then Franklin just made it worse.
Since you didn't understand, it is a joke to call someone's loss their best win. How about...Penn State bad. OSU good. Better?
This can't be real.
I think Perry is criminally overrated, and think Justin Hilliard is going to make a serious push for time. I think Perry racked up so many tackles because people were running away from Bosa, Bennett, and Lee. The strategy that will beat OSU this year will be to run at the left side of the defense.
Thanks, Birm. Great work, as always.
This is how I feel about 11w articles that don't pertain to football.
if I was unsure that this kid, the 1st to commit in 15' class, wasn't just straight booted, I'm not anymore.
I was unsure what this doesn't not never just mean, and Im not still never sure
As a huge kudos to 11w, the only thing that bothers me about this site is that the polls aren't put in alphabetical/numerical order.
I completely agree. I have heard this plenty of times in reference to building a skill set (and a resume) that exudes an ability to succeed at that which your are pursuing.
Dammit, you're right.
Head and shoulders might be an over statement. Showtime still kills it with Homeland, Veep, and the Affair (which won best drama at the Golden Globes)
What was the trolling?
FWIW, as an update, all of the post-season "Ranking Last Years Draft Picks" gave him an N/A because of his early season injury.
I'm not sure Tyvis is even that good. Unless he can improve his tackling, he will be a late round take.
Quin Blanding may disagree with you
I could see the Seahawks or someone else with a power run game taking him
Well, you have to admit Jeremy Hill was a very good late second round pick. I don't know why the Bengals keep taking tight ends with first or second day draft picks. That's what bothers me.
Not that he would necessarily be a first rounder, but no one is talking about Pat Elflein. The guy was 1st team all big ten in his first full season as a starter--his redshirt sophomore season mind you. Also, there were 4 interior lineman taken in the first two rounds, and I believe Elflein will have graduated by this time next year.
Also if you have a great quarterback and great coach, you dont need to use first round draft picks on wideouts