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Comment 19 Jul 2016

I thought it was a brilliant idea when it was first brought up.. then I saw it and was underwhelmed.

It needs to have more rhythm. Keep the same idea but put an actual *beat* into it that you can learn. Something like this should be catchy - it shouldn't be something that feels like work to memorize.

Comment 06 May 2016

The only thing that makes me think Gorilla is the history of monkey baiting.

You stick a pit bull and a monkey in a pit, who do you think wins? The monkey kicks the shit out of the dog 9 times out of 10. They jump up on the dog's back and beat their skulls in.

Lions are bigger than dogs, but gorillas are pretty huge, too. I don't know if they're agile enough, though.

Comment 02 Jan 2016

Man... the parallels to the 2009 Florida gators are uncanny. Early loss catalyzes a team the year before to a championship run. Returns the next year as prohibitive favorites. Middling play through the first half of the season. Loss at the end of the season to a conference foe, who goes on to the championship game. Blows out an overachieving bowl opponent that was coached all year by Brian Kelly. Loses a ton of starters.

Let's just hope 2010 doesn't repeat as well. So far so good on Meyer not nearly dying, at least.

Comment 30 Nov 2015

I think they have a tougher schedule than OSU... but when you're talking about top 4 teams, you *can't* just look at overall win/loss.

An 8-4 team has maybe a 10% chance of being a top 4 team. If you're not playing other contenders, I don't care if you beat them or a 5-7 team. If you're Alabama or OSU, *either* of those games should be a cakewalk.

For ranking the top teams, one win against a 10-win team is worth three against an 8-4 team, easily. Seriously -- would you rather play Wisconsin twice, or MSU once?

OU has wins against other contenders. So does MSU. That's what should matter for a "tough" schedule for a playoff contender.

Comment 19 Oct 2015

The injuries/personnel at wide receiver are really hurting Jones. Aside from Thomas, we don't have a strong "true" receiving corps that can get open on deep and intermediate routes. We have a bunch of guys who can take a swing pass to the house.

The examples few shots I saw of the game from the QB's position... there wasn't anyone for him to throw to. I'm a little worried that our passing offense is not complex/complete enough to support the kind of style that really works to Jones' strength.

Comment 15 Oct 2015

I was at the game, and I was pretty sure that ball was just going to float out of the stadium it hung in the air so long.

Comment 11 Sep 2015

I still remember reading a couple OSU recruiting gurus who thought that Cardale was going to be a better long-term prospect than Braxton Miller. Man that was a long time ago. Still can't believe we got both of them.

Comment 26 Aug 2015

Oh definitely. But it's a fine line between pushing yourself and hurting yourself. Of course, that's the difference between a quality strength trainer and the idiots at your local gym.

Comment 26 Aug 2015

Damn, some of those quotes sound like an amazing way to injure yourself. But he seems to know what he's doing.

Comment 19 Aug 2015

I feel like the PSU game had much more to do with JT's injury than anything else. We were moving the ball well enough considering the defense we were facing up until that point. With a sprained knee the defense could key off of Zeke, AND JT wasn't as confident stepping into his throws.

We won that game once he and the coaching staff said "screw the injury, I'm running it."

Comment 19 Aug 2015

We opened with the Wisconsin game with a few of our standard read option runs -- Cardale looked pretty awful. If he's got room in front of him, he's fast and a load to bring down. But if the hole wasn't there he kind of panicked instead of getting the 2-3 yards that there actually available.

Comment 13 Aug 2015

That was something that showed up in the championship run -- we were suddenly settling for field goals inside the ten.

Some of that was obviously just Jones being a little out of practice - see the bobbled snap in the Sugar Bowl. But Barrett was absolutely lethal there.