Good afternoon! I think it is safe to say we all know more about Dwayne Haskins than Stephen A. Smith.
In which Stephen A. Smith says that Dwayne Haskins is more of a runner than a thrower. pic.twitter.com/Gtowi8y0Pp— Barrett Sallee (@BarrettSallee) February 8, 2019
To makes things worse, he doubled down:
Haskins is bigtime. I know this. And Im not saying he CANT pass. But I view him the way I view him. Just an eye-test thing. Im not talking statistically. Make of it what you will. https://t.co/9u6GZxnuYg— Stephen A Smith (@stephenasmith) February 8, 2019
Moving on, congratulations to the men's tennis team, who is traveling to Chicago for the ITA National Indoor Championships today. They beat No. 5 USC on Tuesday and celebrated accordingly:
Ohio State's baseball team opens its season tonight.
Cornerback Jeffrey Okudah officially welcomed Justin Fields.
Ohio State's coaching staff was on their phone all week, highlighted by Matt Barnes, the newly crowned Special Teams Coordinator and Assistant to the Secondary Coach.
Hoping to clarify some of the questions from Wednesdays press conference... @CoachJeffHafley #assistantsecondarycoach? #assistantTOTHEsecondarycoach #gettingusedtothewholeextremelylonghashtagthingbutalsolovingit pic.twitter.com/2fwEhPNJSp— Matt Barnes (@CoachMattBarnes) February 9, 2019
Brian Hartline continued his streak.
And Larry Johnson got into the holiday spirit.
Zeke got some love from the Cowboys.
And Michael Thomas caught a Valentine of his own.
In basketball, D'Angelo Russell reached a new milestone.
D.J. Carton became his high school's all-time leading scorer.
I am happy to say I am the leading scorer in bettendorf history!!! Thank you teammates for pushing me. Thank you coaches for teaching me and guiding me. This team is special. Time to give this city what they deserve— DJ Carton (@DJCarton) February 9, 2019
And this determined fan became a national hero.
This Texas A&M fan was determined to save his nachos -- no matter the cost. pic.twitter.com/hSIDENWihJ— Ben Baby (@Ben_Baby) February 13, 2019
Tweet of the Week:
I don't think UMBC will ever let the nation forget the time a No. 16 seed took down the nation's top team.
We did a Valentines Day card thing pic.twitter.com/g5QncQl2Zp— UMBC Athletics (@UMBCAthletics) February 13, 2019
. Nor should they.