Also glad to see Tom Byers get his recognition. He was very impressive as a runner and a person. 3:50 miler after college. Very few humans have run that fast. Fun fact: he was paid to rabbit a race in Europe and the rest of the filed lagged behind. Tom stole that race.
In my respectful, whisper voice Davis coaches the LBs - Day has the QBs.
Have a feeling that Tressel's rehearsal is coming back to us this fall in the Jim Tressel's least favorite moment segment.
"Was the wrong man convicted?"
Nah! We get this story in the local paper every five years or so.
Since Iowa is the "trap" game, I vote for ramzy's cocaine whites in Kinnick.
I'll go in a different direction. The crowd's reaction when Tommy Armstrong was carted away and then when he returned. I was amongst 100K+ classy fans.
At least we got to hear the story that preceded Zeke's erasing of the Purdue kick returner.
Ditto, Robert Smith was a National Class 400 meter sprinter. None of the other RBs in that category. Zeke is close.
You sure about Thompson? I swear I saw him in uniform walking down the tunnel for the Clemson game - I did a double take.
not a good idea. if Grayson sees him coming, he'll sweep Evan's legs.
Assuming that JT is taking classes this semester (in pursuit of a graduate degree), I would let the process run its course. The new QB coach will be tasked with evaluating the QBs from film and spring practice. Once spring ball has concluded, Urban and the staff will make a decision on who the QB is in the fall. If JT is it, stay. If he's not it, does he have another position and does he want said position? If so, stay. If not, have Urban make some calls to other schools to see where he can fit.
Confidence level that there will be a new QB coach = 98%.
I cannot even fathom how a D-I athlete graduates in 3 years. Kudos to Mr. Collier!!!
When does an autographed book of Ramzy's bests make it to the Dry Goods?
You're giving them one too many. The century began in 2001, so I only count two (2003 and 2011). Am I missing one?
Didn't expect the Rick Ankiel reference - well played. Credit to Rick for doing the TP Sr. thing and finding another way onto the field.
Part of the problem playing Sparty and Ped State is that they believe they can win against the good guys and play way above their normal level. Need a couple of Husker games to take that away from them.
Anybody see the irony in Pat getting called for an illegal snap that drew the defense offside? Seems like the MSU center did that 3 times last year (twice with Bosa). I think I heard Urban say to the ref "you're a year late!".
Sparty dumps PSU next week. Good guys win against the fugly helmets and life will be all good.
That's better news than I thought it was. I was fearing the achilles. He could be back by MSU then.
Are the slobs tipping off the defense (run vs. pass) based on their stances (e.g., Prince is usually moving in reverse prior to the snap on pass plays)? Do our coaches self-scout these "tells"?
Took my 8 year old (at the time) to the game. Had no idea he was actually listening to the radio on the way up. He turns to me and says "I thought it was supposed to be a close game." Best part was when Joe pulled his 11 defensive starters in the middle of the drive. (Wish he knew when to take action on other things). Worst part were the PSU fans standing on the bleachers seats down below A deck. Made it tough for my little guy to see.
I am confused. The *ichigan pick that everyone is celebrating was a bone headed play. It was fourth down. Knock the ball down and you take over inside their 10 yard line. Seemed to be a "me-me-me" play instead of the smart play.
Rod Jones? :)
Uh, what's an SEC graduate? SouthEast Carolina? If they use "SEC graduate" does that apply to graduate transfer students from Auburn, AlabamaR, etc. Tis' truly odd to graduate from a conference.
Looks like Chelimo back in. I suspect they could not uphold the DQ since they did not have the curb present. I believe these Olympics set a world record for most disqualifications.
Thanks for the Ginn show. My favorite part of the video is hearing the crowd erupt when they see (in unison) that it's over. He's at his own 25 and it's only green grass and a punter to Valhalla. That one never gets old.