beat scum and penn state. don't lose more than 1 game otherwise. that's literally the entire season in a nutshell.
buckeye skill demolishing b1g competition. buckeye linemen demolishing pac12 competition. rinse and repeat.
qb is not as important as offensive and defensive lines. that's where the issue continues to be. they've had two first-round QBs in the last 5 years and have zero trophies.
KJ's hands are smaller than mine! makes his catches over the years even more impressive.
the tackles we lose going into next year were absolutely fantastic. the awesome thing is, aside from cornell, they weren't heralded recruits. these guys ARE heralded recruits. if they can absorb the LJ juice as well as the guys in the past, this interior line will be something to behold. i'm not worried about the turnover, at least on the dline.
jk caught it. i have no idea why he took the second hand off the ball when he went to ground. he has to make that play. i will miss his running like crazy, but i worry about his draft status with the poor blocking and drops he's put on film. tough to take a two-down back before the third round.
yep, absolutely true. but as we know, it never should have come to that...if wade is still in that game, clemson doesn't sniff 20 points.
i hope so. muhammad seems like the kind of guy that wouldn't get suspended for something else.
beware a michigan state team that everyone says is going to suck
waiting for the line of SDSU polo shirts with an inch of white t-shirt sleeve sticking out
darboh. not a single running back.
this led me to look at michigan's nfl players. they have two (yes, two) offensive skill players (RB or WR) in the entire league.
anyone want to try to name them? i would have gotten one but not the other.
it's coombs unless he gets a DC offer in the nfl. we'd be hearing other names floated otherwise.
this times a million. all kinds of diva red flags if a lesser-regarded (until he blows up next season) kid does all that hulabaloo to announce he's leaving when guys like okudah and young just did it over twitter. i never thought wade was leaving given the medium of his announcement; he's too smart for that.
we are going to score points if we avoid turnovers. the only way we lose, imo, is if we turn it over or if our pass rush can't get home with any consistency. no more fumbles going in to score please!
tough thing is, there are many people., including most of mr. wolken's industry, that consider any success whatsoever to be unfair and based solely on luck or fortune.
yeah what drives money to programs is people caring about said program - butts in seats and eyeballs on TVs. the market dictates that the star at osu will make more off his likeness than the star at purdue. unless they cap or normalize what a guy can make, in which case it would be almost as bad as the current system.
i continue to think the biggest difference in this game is in the trenches and the fact that clemson has faced literally no good competition this year. if we can keep slugging them up front, i think we pull ahead for good late in the 3rd and could force some mistakes late in the game as well.
if they think they're blocking chase one-on-one, hoo boy. i could see them having some success in the short passing game early, but as soon as hafley sees the singles on young, he will take away the short tosses and give the line time to get home. could result in a couple big plays downfield, but could also result in a couple turnovers.
love this and hoping like heck they get stroud too. would have two guys that arent afraid to compete. some legit competition in the qb room will get one of them (or both) ready to take over for fields in 21.
glad he's officially still on board - now just need to secure the rest of the secondary guys
for his sake i hope not
if they read him every play, i hope he blasts lawrence every play.