No offensive chemistry, it's not been there all year.
I won't debate the wind, but the wind didn't decide why we ran JT more than we ran Elliott.
I was reading those. The person that made that comment is getting ripped pretty good, which is also hilarious.
I have a cousin on this ship. They have been on tour throughout the world for the past 9 months. They have been docked in different locations and even though they are on deployment they still have some down time. I'm guessing it happened during that down time.
Even if it is effective at noon, it still just isn't the same as a white out at night. I see the noon start hindering the concept, but I understand why they are doing it.
I know there are time tables for healing, but we all know everyone heals differently. In 2000 I tore everything, ACL, MCL, and cartilage damage. I was running on the treadmill at 3 months, on the elliptical at 4 months, and was running hard and cutting at 6. I had a friend who had a partial tear and it took him 6 months as well. I've had players I coached half complete tears and it take them 9-10 months, others it has been much quicker. My point in all of this is, Bosa could very well, could be ready, and probably will be ready to compete at fall camp. I tore mine in January, and played my senior year of football, and began practice in July. I wasn't a division 1 athlete with football as my future, so I'm sure Bosa will have all the best training and work extremely hard.
ESPN just said he was cooperative, but tried to name drop. They treated it like no big deal, so if they aren't pushing it hard, most other media outlets won't either. Nothing to see here is how I feel about it.
I don't see it as being that bad really. I understand what he means but, I don't think Smith has as much to work on to the extent of reading coverage's like he says, but I do think he is required to read more coverage's than when he was in college. I'm not saying Ohio State didn't teach him how, I just think a lot of times the coverage's are read for them from the sideline and then the play is changed. The NFL I would think just expects this to be done by the guys on field more or less, instead of from the sideline.
I laughed so hard at this, and then sent it on to about 20 people.
FWIW, I also have a buddy who played for Beamer and was on the team with Vick that got embarrassed buy Florida St. He has a lot of positive things to say about his time there and is still fairly connected to the program. He coaches high school football and obviously has made a lot of contacts. He has said all along this would be Beamer's last year. He thinks he will retire at the end of the season, and also said that he thought Beamer was a lot sicker than what was being let on by he and the university. He also is not sure, but feels like they will clean house even as good as Foster has been, unless the new head coach wants to keep him, which is probably a strong possibility. Don't hate me for the next part because it's not me, I am repeating him, but he feels they will make a push for Coach Tressel. The other name being floated in VA are Rich Rod. Obviously all rumor and speculation at this point, but for me anyway since I live close to Tech and have so many friends who root for them, it will be fun to watch how it plays out.
I agree with you, but also wanted to be your 100th UV.
Someone help me out here, I can't read things from twitter at work.
I agree with you, but just too and to what you are saying. I don't know if Tennessee can afford to fire Butch right now, at least this year. I think he gets one more year no matter what. Saturday's win makes it easier for the administration to justify, but they are still in a lot of debt paying other coaches that they relieved of duty.
When you are #1 and the defending National Champions with a lot of people back and a lot of hype, we have to remember you are going to take everyone's, and I mean everyone's best shot. They have nothing to lose, and the undefeated defending National Champions have everything to lose. Although I would like for them to win every game by at least 50, it's probably not going to happen. People are playing the Bucks loose and with a chip on their shoulder. Remember that chip? You're not good enough to beat so and so from last year? Well now it's on the other foot. I thing it comes with the territory and we need too, as other posters have said, enjoy the ride while it lasts. A win is a win. And all those other cliches.
UV to counteract the down vote that you didn't deserve. I believe someone is DV just because they don't like the unis.
I would actually prefer them as not the #1 seed. If they get it great, but UFM is a master motivator and can you imagine the kind of Psychology he will be able to use if they go undefeated and are not the #1 seed. I feel bad if that happens for the teams that they will play against.
For those of us that can't view this video at work, this should help.
I guess they also decided that 1/4 of the field didn't need fertilizer?
This thread has almost cost me my job. For some reason I couldn't stop reading it. It has been glorious.
Matt Millen aggravates me! He was extra annoying today I thought.
We just moved into a new facility about 4 weeks ago. We combined 3 high school into 1. They all used to have an open lunch policy. At this new facility it is closed. It was total chaos with parents going nuts and complaining for about a week, but it died down pretty quick. The kids have adjusted and it has been a lot easier to get them to class.
^ and disturbing, both at the same time!
Thanks to Cooper's Stupidity, what I believe gets left out in this article is the excitement at Houston. I may have missed someone saying this, but I will be obviously cheering whole-heartedly for the Buckeyes, but will also be cheering for Houston. That video got me pumped up and I wish nothing but the best for Coach Herman and his Cougars. Here's hoping he is ready to return to THE Ohio State University, whenever coach Meyer decides he is ready to hang it up.