No problem Hove!
A draft scout would know because the incident happened weeks ago and NFL teams have absurd security and investigative abilities. The draft scout isn't offering his opinion, so I don't get how you get fake news from any of it. But it is what it is.
2 teams tell me the Gareon Conley rape charge is bogus. 1 team feels disappointed in the lack of judgement to put himself in this situation.— Charlie Campbell (@DraftCampbell) April 25, 2017
This is from one of the larger draft people out there - connected to Walter Football's site. Definitely agree with the team disappointed in his judgement, even if innocent.
Easier to protect yourself as a Running QB than as a WR though was my point
Haha, and that dude definitely made the most of his touches Saturday!
He played both spots on Saturday, got a free rush off the edge on Haskins one play, I know I saw him with a practice jersey on playing DT for the Grey as well
I'd be fairly surprised if we put JT in that position to get hit in an actual game. They probably put it on tape just as a red herring for future opponents. But who knows, would be a fun play if it works!
Not a problem, I was confused sometimes too, because just looking at Bennett and Diesel you would have thought Bennett was the clogger, but for whatever reason that set up just didn't work well
Well Indiana was the SEC East champion...
If I recall correctly, it was Diesel playing the 1-technique (lane clogger) last year because our run defense was horrible when Bennett was playing it, so Bennett switched to the 3-technique and the run D improved somewhat. Now that Diesel is back where he belongs at the 3-technique, I think the biggest question mark by far is Schutt or someone else stepping up and being effective there. Still remember way too many yards being given up on the ground last year to EVERYONE except Melvin Gordon
Going into last season, I don't think many people would have had a major issue with that. Had a rough first portion of the season, because imo he was too set on their old offense. Towards the end of the season they modified it and Hogan and the rest of the team really took off.
Personally, outside of the Michigan 4th and 1 call, I thought the best play was our run game strategy in the National Championship game against Oregon. Everything we did in the first half set them up to make their corrections at the half. Here comes Zeke, though, with the counter that had not been shown all game and Oregon simply COULD NOT stop the remainder of the game. Trophies for all.
1. Ohio State (obviously)
2. Clemson (assuming a healthy DeShaun Watson, who was excellent last season when healthy)
3. Stanford (at the end of last season, Shaw modernized the offense; Hogan looked much better and playmakers made plays. Watch Christian McCaffery this season)
4. Auburn (obligatory SEC team, don't know who will come out of the pack, only LSU leaps off the page if they can get competent qb play)
Ohio State over Auburn
Clemson over Stanford
Ohio State shows Deshaun Watson where he should have gone to school
B10 Championship: Ohio State 52, Nebraska 10 (62)
or if Buford had passed it to the trailing Diebler, who was wide open as Buford was, I believe, being quadruple teamed. But having one guy who hasn't been performing well in that specific game dribble wildly up court and heaving up an ugly shot seems to be Matta's end of game strategy now, so who knows.
Maybe it's just me, but I wasn't impressed by most of those Maryland players when we played them last year, especially Melo Trimble. Keep him out of the driving lane and make him shoot, he's not a big threat.