Are you just looking at the star rankings or do you have another reason as to why you think '15 will be the least productive class? Honestly we won't be able to tell for a few more years. At this point the one thing that stands out about the '13 class is that there have been very few misses. Pretty much every "big time" player that came in with that class has produced and then even some of the lesser known commodities have too.
lolz at the last picture caption "This guy"
I think the answer is yes. This will be year three in the system, so he should be familiar with both routes out wide and in the slot. I see him sliding outside for some plays and lining up in the backfield for some too. I wouldn't be surprised if they move him around like bama moved cooper around this year. The only difference is that they won't force him the ball like bama did to cooper. But they will move him based on the personnel groupings they put on the field.
Hill and Beckner would be a great way to close out the class.
All I can say is "Wow!" when I read the list of Juniors that are going to be on hand.
I remember reading that too, I think it was said in between the bama and oregon games.
I think when he slides into the 3 tech for the entire season, he will be dominant
I had no idea that every player that attended the senior bowl last year was drafted.
I'm pretty sure they were sun and blue footballs that were massive. While I disagree on michigan having the most iconic helmet (Buckeye bias? maybe) they did clutter the mess out of the helmet. I kinda wish they still had them because they looked ridiculous.
I think Braxton and King Dolodale enter next year. Brax as an "offensive weapon" and Dolodale as a QB. I think JT is back for 2017 regardless of who starts this year.
I've noticed this before with pulling guards, but I have to wonder if it is as obvious that he is a little further back when you are lining up across from him. When watching the game on TV we are given the view down the line of scrimmage, which makes it stand out. I mean its only a few inches. Is it noticeable difference when you are looking at it head on? I'm guessing not, because otherwise it would be a dead giveaway that the guard is pulling.
I guess we can only hope that Blake Costanzo was one of the players that was not a fan of Harbaugh.
I agree, their growth and versatility during the post-season was a huge factor in our ability to significantly slow down the Oregon attack. The unit is only going to get better with returning starters and added experience in the 2-deep.
I can't stop watching this
Are we talking about Bama fans or Yankee fans?
I was underwhelmed by the interview. Props to Urban for handling those questions well.
I have no idea. My hope is that they will have a similar philosophy to what Fickell and Ash said at the beginning of the season. If they put the game plan together properly as a staff during the week, it shouldn't matter who is calling the plays because all the coaches are on the same page.
I saw that too. I don't think it will help with Kirk, however I do think it will help us in trying to get players from there in the future.
Half the list plays in the B1G
I agree to some extent, however the award usually goes to the highest profile player on the best team. At the time of voting, Mariotta was the highest profile player on one of the best teams. I think Zeke could win it because of Ohio State's profile. Melvin Gordon was never going to win it because Wisconsin lost too many games. Just like Darren McFadden, his team lost too many games. Ingram won it because he was more the focus than whoever was the QB for bama at that time.
I said Zeke, bc I think it depends on who is the starting qb. braxton and jt would be in the conversation, however I'm not sold that cardale would be. That is not a knock on his qb play and his effectiveness in running the offense, the other two seem to be a bit more flashy.
FYI - it was Corey Smith who fumbled, not Michael Thomas.
Edit: I guess someone beat me to it.
This forum: lolz
I was thinking the exact same thing. Hopefully this won't rain on people's parade too much.
Because Nebraska hasn't been relevant in college football since the early 2000s