And to think I used to live on Harley Drive...
Logged in to say great Skully today. #fulloffuncontent
Jack Sawyer. So far, a great guy around which to build a class.
How about national champion, Craig Krenzel?
Heal up, big fella.
Probably not, don't care. ;)
Your points are relevant until you stack them against a player's loyalty to himself and his family. In reality the 2nd best QB in the country could ride the bench if the best QB in the country is on his team. By your logic, that player should do nothing but fail in a batte he can't win in the name of loyalty to his school? Granted, that exact scenario will not happen, but to a lesser degree, it does happen. Joe Burrow, case in point. In a capitalistic economy, how could you ever come down on someone for improving his chances? Our loyalty to school has very different roots than these young men who are using a very limited window as a job interview. Their window is not indefinite. People can go back to school, get a new degree, and work in the field of their dreams at almost any point in their lives. Anyone looking to go to the NFL has such a short time period in which to make that opportunity present itself, that I could not look down upon anyone in a bad set of circumstances for the propagation of that opportunity for doing something that would exponentially increase that time frame of turning a dream into a reality.
We're closer! It may actually take a year of on-field results for us to lure top talent to the LB room again. Just my $.02
With all due respect...
Seems to throw the ball well into tight windows. Nice video.
What a great article. Easy to write when you have a great subject?
Andy, thanks! A comprehensive review, look at incoming talent, and that way-too-early lineup projection for next year! Just what I wanted!
Thank you, Andy! When can we expect a way-too-early prediction article for next year's lineup?
Great respect for a great wrestler and Buckeye. We are proud of you, Myles!
Congrats to Joey, Micah, and Kollin. Good luck this morning to Luke and Myles. Still feeling a bit stunned after Martin's loss, but I think the familiarity helped Dean more than it did Myles last night.
Thank you. And I try not to be too hard on the guys either. I have no idea what they go through, or even if they're going through something personally. Just felt off watching him yesterday.
Andy, can you please give some insight to the effort of Hayes's final match? He appeared listless and disinterested. I felt bad for him, wondering what might be wrong...
To the rest, keep it up, guys! 5 finalists would be sublime!
It's funny how so many things are cyclical. As a kid, I remember being in a shotgun formation was the exception, never the rule. Even shotgun formations started with the quarterback being under center, then moving back, indicating a "for sure" passing play. I can't see how a mix would hurt, so long as all the exchanges are done well.
Only dopes... use dope.
Caught my attention, too. Nice vocabulary!
Your points are all valid. However, you're being a little over the top with your assertion that the 11W writers have anything to do with who starts and who does not. The point that there should be a QB competition is not being challenged.
While still wrestling, looking to folks off the mat while sticking out your tongue and nodding your head? Call me old, but that is cocky. I have taught my son never to be that way and to always respect your opponent.
Mark Stall. Oh my word. That is glorious. Is there a word that rhymes with Mark that is synonymous with cocky/arrogant? Then we'd have it nailed.
Just wondering? That was a little direct.