Weis' idiocy just baffled me. If it wasn't for his boneheaded decision to bypass a 40-something yard field goal in a tied game to go for a 4th and 10, then this play never happens.
How is Beamer overrated? He made Virginia Tech a respectable team, and he did at least make it to a championship in 2000. I guess Bill Snyder is also overrated since he's never "won anything" with K-State, right?
How Can Pro Football Focus rank these kids while they're still in College? It's a conspiracy.
I would rather have Harbaugh as a neighbor than one of his recruits, because he'd spend more time sleeping at the recruit's house.
Tennessee and Washington are in the top 10...
As would this:
Buckeyes without question.
I mean not to take anything away from what the Cavs accomplished, but they played the same team in that 3-game stretch, and likely got familiar with their tendencies. OSU had to face the three Heisman finalists, and the team that had won three out of the last five championships, in a trilogy of games with a QB who had never started before. And not only did they win each game, they manhandled all of their opponents (Eliminate the turnovers against Bama and Oregon, and the scores are far more lopsided). To me, it is nearly impossible for that to be topped.
Meyer's formula for balance is around 60% run, but that doesn't mean running just one guy. They will have conventional runs up the middle with a power back, but they'll also rotate different backs in, have QB runs, outside sweeps, and jet sweeps and option with H-Backs and Receivers. Some people may not appreciate the ground and pound approach, but Meyer's been running this version of the spread throughout his career, and it's tough to argue with a coach who's won 85% of his games.
Born in Cincy. Raised in Middletown, home of Buckeyes Cris Carter and Jalin Marshall.
I'm not a basketball fan, but from what I've seen, the Warriors look like a bunch of assholes. I won't be watching the game tonight, but screw Golden State!
10. Matt Ryan
I wonder what they're looking at...
They won because their names are the "Lake Erie" Monsters. If they were named the "Cleveland" Monsters, they would've lost.
What slackers, that's only half the Buckeyes drafted to the NFL.
What's unpredictable about it? Buckeyes win, Michigan sucks. The end. Pretty straightforward.
Landon Collins must be thrilled they're not in the same division.
Brian Scalabrine (12x).
I bet that jersey made him a "Chic" magnet.
Clemson's the only team in that top 5 that deserves to be there.
Ali still has one more fight in him, and I hope he K.O.'s death with a right-handed uppercut.