It's a whole new season, OSU56. Our defense as a whole was "meh at best" and I REALLY hope that's not going to be the case this year, too. It might not be the same for their O-line, either.
They also didn't commit a holding penalty the whole season from Game 3 onwards, if I remember correctly. That's pretty crazy in its own right, and even more so in light of our deplorable penalty rate the past few years.
Congrats to the young man. Glad to see this tradition is being carried on and they seem to actually be paying attention to it. Could be mistaken, but have we heard such consistent black stripe-related updates in recent camps?
I thought QBgeddon was going to mean we were going to have too much great QB play.
If the truth is not the same as what's in the best interest for the kid, you're in a hard spot. Recruits ought to take note.
A coach possibly lied to the media? I know one renegade reporter with incorruptible virtues who will definitely not stop until the truth is revealed.
How do you respect a rivalry? Not like this. He'll learn, though.
My wife's boss’s wife’s sister-in-law
I'm pretty sure someone submitted a topic exactly like this a month or so ago. I think he was also moving to Tuscarawas County, in fact. Might be smart to check there for other insights.
Haha no, I haven't watched daytime television in a long, long time. I gotta see this, though; might look it up on Youtube later.
From the part of the headline that was showing up in the sidebar, I thought you were going to ask us if we were affected by mesothelioma because we could be entitled to financial compensation.
I don't personally have anything against Tate, but man... that's why you don't tweet.
I'm sure he didn't see that coming, and honestly, neither did I. Fully expected him to be a capable starter after spending time here under Ryan Day and given his past accomplishments. It's Miami, though, and he might get a start sooner rather than later this season.
Wasn't immediately familiar with his name upon reading the headline, but I'm a fan of his bars.
If you needed more evidence that Antonio Pittman is underappreciated, he's the guy I meant to write, but I was drawing a blank and thought it was Jordan Hall...
I believe so
They're useful... for influencing strength of schedule debates. That's about it.
If someone give you 10,000:1 odds on anything, you take it. If John Mellencamp ever wins an Oscar, I am going to be a very rich dude.
Just realized how long it's been since I've seen news about Barrett getting waived and signed and waived and signed by the Saints. It's too bad he never found a roster spot there; it just seemed like such a great fit. Oh well, eyes on the future. Hoping for good things with Seattle.
I know, the part about it being on the ground was referring to how effective a mere line where the first down line is.
Because that line only means something if you're looking head-on at the field, but the camera is at an angle. So the first down "plane" isn't coming right at the camera, but rather headed slightly away from the camera. The line makes it look like the whole ball crossed the plane when actually only a small portion of it did. Does that make more sense?
It would only somewhat make sense if the ball is on the ground, but it's not.
Might explain why Day was talking about McCall as backup RB. Admittedly, I can never keep track of which position they want him at but it seems like Teague would have been the more logical choice in that role.
Go warm it up.