You are spot on. He admits that he is in the entertainment business and that he get paid to have listeners so of course he has to say some outlandish things to keep people interested.
Agreed, Cauley-Stein is a rim protector that does it relatively cleanly. He is on the 1st team because of his defense.
I was thinking the same thing. I remember reading that they were just trying him out at RB and then Urban was surprised with how well he did and how hard he was running in between the tackles. So he just kept him there. At that time he didn't exactly know what he had in Elliot (had an idea, but Elliot hadn't fully blossomed yet) and had Wilson and Marshall at the H.
It didn't look like Decker was trying that hard...
I'm pretty sure that is Conley
Bingo! I'm guessing the order of the list that Birm produced of potential WRs for this year is very similar to OSUs big board. IIRC Layne was lower on the list.
Would you like your salad tossed with syrup or jelly?
If Bonner can get a little faster with the top end speed, he'll get the offer he wants. He got caught from behind a few times but his vision and cuts were impressive.
I feel like that's what Bama built during 09-12 and then we are the Rebels that blew it up for the first time.
I agree. My hope is that Booker closes the gap and is able to see significant snaps. By significant snaps I don't mean quantity, I mean quality. It's one thing to get on the field during garbage time, it is another to get on the field for a series or two in the first half. We know what we have with Perry. If Booker or any other players are getting PT that is incredibly encouraging to me, because that means we have true depth.
You get out of here with your logic and facts.
I'm just going to leave this here
I have no idea what you just said but it sounds smart
That's the first I've heard that one. I like it hahahaha.
I don't understand why everyone is offended by what Stephen A. Smith said. Please tell me why in a manner that is coherent, thoughtful, and not demeaning to him.
Thank you SoulBuck, I agree with everything you wrote.
There is no point in speculating who will leave. Attrition happens and it is always sad when it does, but that is part of it.
Watching Eli Stove's film reminded me of watching Sammie Watkins. Absolute burner that can take WR screens and make house calls on any given play.
Another name for DT help is Joel Hale. IIRC he is coming back and switching back to the d-line.
Which do you prefer run-blocking or pass protection and which do you think you need to improve the most?
I second this opinion
As Scarlet said, there are multiple Juniors that will probably declare for the NFL draft. I can think of at least two (Bosa and Elliot, plus maybe a few others)
Purdue is 13-11 (0.541) against Northwester in that span. Ouch, this is embarrassing for entire state of Indiana.
Penn St's THON is it's on separate beast that is similar to Dance Marathon. Campuses that hold a Dance Marathon give the money raised to children's hospitals. The THON gives money to different organizations each year because they raise soooo much money each and in some ways want to "share the wealth" among various health research organizations.
In college I was highly involved with Dance Marathon on my campus and was one of the directors my senior year. I know that all the money we raised went directly to the children's hospital. The money we raised did not go directly to the families and help with their medical bills. It went to help fund the Child Life Specialists who's job is to make the children in the hospital feel as normal as possible while they are receiving treatment.