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BrutusB


MEMBER SINCE   August 26, 2014

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Comment 15 hours ago

I agree.  He is actually really athletic, so if he had swallowed his pride a few years ago I think he'd be a good slot WR right now. But he cost himself the chance to ever make money doing that.

Comment 19 hours ago

QB remains the most important, so he could possibly drop if other teams want Tua or something like that. I know he wants to be close to home, but it wouldn’t be the worst thing for his career to not play for the Redskins or Lions. 
 

That said, I still find it very unlikely he’s any lower than third. 

Comment 07 Apr 2020

Neither Schiano nor Bosa had anything to do with the offense that year.  Haskins put up huge numbers, but our running game was broken.  In our lone loss that year Dobbins had 11 attempts for 24 yards (and we know full well what he's ACTUALLY capable of).

That team was very, very flawed and if not for an absolutely ridiculous QB we wouldn't have been anywhere near 13-1.

Comment 07 Apr 2020

I haven't seen anyone attack Luther personally for doing what he thinks is best for him (if they have, I would agree that this is wrong).  But fans complaining that their basketball team is losing its best defender is perfectly reasonable. The team is better with him than without him, so it's fair to not like it.

Comment 06 Apr 2020

There are around 35,000-40,000 people there every day, and tickets average a few thousand each (secondary market). They're only $325 at face value for four days, but no matter which way you look at it theres at least $10m in revenue to be lost with no fans.

Now if they REALLY wanted to be creative they could have played it this week with no fans and put it on PPV.  A very bored America would have have paid through the nose to watch that.

Comment 05 Apr 2020

I’m not as interested in what it means for next years team as I am for what it means for the program overall. I know transfers are a part of life now, but there seems to be some type of rot going on. 
 

Didn’t the S&C coach get a poor performance review last year? Obviously there’s more to it than just that, but could be a symptom of a larger problem. 

Comment 05 Apr 2020

The past few years they’ve been that low until later in the summer. He can basically wait until camps to let kids know which ones he wants and then just handpicks his class. 

Comment 03 Apr 2020

Any changes or "improvements" might mean simply downsizing the college sports experience in a way that asks fans to give up on qualify of life improvements like better seating or WiFi, deems an increasing amount of support staff and media as "nonessential," and centralizes broadcasting power even more than it already has been.

I mean, none of that seems too bad.  Would I still watch if college football if teams no longer had 15 quality control coaches and the coaches only made $2m instead of $7m?  Yes, yes I would.