eddie g.....it's ok.....i'd take nicky satan any day over bert......there is no comparison...it is like taking a flag football's best water boy and comparing to bear bryant......i hated to say that too...but bielema has nothing but at least saban has championships(even though we don't like the way he got them)
so let me get this right.....if you are on offense.....you have to let ten seconds drop off the clock before you snap the ball? Did they think about when you are in close game. For Example, lets say you are the Arkansas Razorhacks and Bert's team is down by 4 against Prairie View A & M and they need a touchdown. It is the last 21 seconds of the game.......they snap the ball get close to the end zone (maybe it's second and 5)but there is 10 seconds left and no time outs.....does the game end at 10 seconds? I haven't read anything that says that they are allowing a 2 minute offense, but if they don't.....old bert might lose it because of his own stupidity.
Stop waiting....get this gentleman a scholly!
You cannot replace game experience, this guy is not our starter but he has experience playing in a major D-1 Conference. Our QB "gets hit too much", or least that is what he thinks. So why not have a guy who has played against some good teams on our bench to back him up......who do we have that has experience........no one.....If Tim Tebow can flourish in Urban's system....anyone can....everyone roll their eyes now.....
bend don't break is usually synomous with zone or prevent defenses....to keep offense in front of you so you don't get beat.....however, the spread exposes that type of scheme.....i think it would be more effect to employ man to man coverage or a bump and run to disrupt the timing of the short pass and allow the athletes on the d line to penetrate
Calm Down People....he has does a big leg. The problem that I notice is that he is taking too long to get the punt off. Hopefully, we can get him up to speed for the college game because he will only get 1.5 seconds to get the punt off if he is lucky. Speeding up his steps could compromise his power and accuracy, so let's hope he can still get these bombs off with a rush on.
You cannot compare last year to this year.....we have 4 returning starters and a questionable linebacking corps....except Ryan Damn Shazier. If Curtis Grant or the incoming freshman perform, then yes SEC caliber, but there are going to be mistakes. I would say 2014 would be a safer guess as to when we will be SEC caliber.
Frank "the tank" Epitropoulus will be punting for the Bucks....so I would not even put him on the list.