I forgot about his recent raise. In the scheme of things, he probably makes more than I would even know how to spend.
Boise St 49 Hawaii 0 - 4 seconds left in the first half.
Hawaii is getting obliterated.
I also tweeted him congratulating him on his 8th consecutive win as a starter.
I thought I had read everything Twain wrote - I don't remember that, but it sounds exactly like what he'd write. Twain is awesome.
I'd like to see any one of these people actually play QB at any level.
i played one game at QB in a fraternity league in college and ran plays from a flip pad I had in my pocket of plays that I designed myself.
i my team mates kept coming back to the huddle telling me the plays were awesome & they were wide open but I missed even seeing 90% of them because of the defensive pressure & I DESIGNED THE PLAYS.
i moved myself out to WR about halfway thru the game because I just couldn't handle the pressure.
Also, I kind of want JT starting also, if Miller can't, but I think Urban makes around $4 million a year more than I do - so I'm giving him the benefit of the doubt.
True. I'm pretty sure he's forgotten more about football than I'll ever know & I know more than the average bear.
i understand the frustrations, though.
Still, that was an amazing game that I won't hate the ending to when BTN replays it over the years in off seasons.
Nice pics. I was reminded of Berger's huge play on the fake punt when I saw his pic.
And he got tackled by the facemask. Uncalled.
I'm kind of loyal to the coach on an 18 game winning streak who won a NC last year.
Also - what is with people complaining about running Zeke to the edges? A 7 yd edge run to the right followed by a 55 yd TD run around the left edge is what broke Indiana's defense.
I thought I saw Indiana switch from a 3-4 to a 4-3 after halftime.
I think some of our fans might be insane. Especially a friend of mine (not on here, that I know of).
I kinda wanted them to sub Samuel in at that point. He had to have been gassed. Thankfully he made it out unhurt. I hope Smith is OK. seemed like a broken leg.
One of these years, hopefully decades from now, we're gonna have a bad season.
maybe during a game in that season some young running back will rip off a 45 yd TD run, outrunning the entire defense.
on that day I'll say - Meh! I once saw Ezekiel Elliott go for a 55, 65, and 75 yard TD all in the same HALF!
You mean a team like Ole Miss?
Conley did start. He injured his shoulder & went to the locker room at some point. I was relieved to see him back in the game.
i don't know about The chef. He may have worn down - I thought I heard them say he had 11 tackles in the first quarter.
He meant 7-9 wins.
That was entertaining. Reminds me of the Minnesota game last year.
i posted a photo of Indiana's #81 Fuchs on Facebook - someone edited it to but the word "Holy" in front of it.
1974? I think there are photos of my dad that look like this (the guy w/ the beer).
I remember an NFL player predicting that the targeting rule would result in more injuries because players would start going for the legs to avoid being penalized.
When I played DB I also tried to wrap the legs of running backs - I think I weighed 165#.
I know how it will end - I've seen this one before. The Astros will make it look like they have it miraculously won & then blow it in the most inconceivable, heart wrenching way possible.