Any idea if Cardale is expected to start? I don't know what other QBs are on that roster.
I'm so excited for Olave next year. That guy plays with so much finesse, it makes others look like they're new to the game.
I'm keeping an eye out on Cameron Brown. I don't think I've seen enough this year to say I really trust him but he's in good hands so we'll see what he develops into during the offseason. He's got the swagger, though, and that's a critical part.
First of all, cashews are the goat. Second of all, peanuts are straight overrated. I used to hate almonds but they've been growing on me. Pistachios are also solid. The rest are meh and that includes macadamia. (unless these macadamia nuts are in a cookie with white chocolate and possibly cranberries)
That game was 99% frustration and 1% one of the most glorious moments I've ever witnessed. Worth it.
Well, we keep talking about Harbaugh's trips to France and Italy...
I'm over 2015. That team was asking to drop a game all season long and then they went and did it against a team they couldn't afford to lose to. The 2019 team did everything they were supposed to do and they did it well until a single person decided they wanted to change some things about the game and then went and did that.
Why did I even read this article? I knew what was coming.
FG and PAT attempts back then were insanely wonky back then, if I remember correctly, because they'd kick it straight-on like a punter. Like people could be kicking a 50% average and be the best kicker in the league.
Or the Predator and Dutch... finally making peace and in the middle of an unsuspecting bromance.
Not sure how much money they've got when they can't even upgrade the layout out of the early 00's.
Everyone in the room Marcus Hall's Middle Fingers just cropdusted.
Based on recent history, that still makes it at least a 2-game suspension...
As long as he also handed out cash to a student who was not an athlete, there's nothing wrong. Thanks, UNC!
How does this guy answer every single question the right way? It's so freaking good to be a Buckeye.
I don't know who Lasch is, but if I'm him or his family, I would probably want my/our name off of it...
If they think that's enough to make LSU's resume better than OSU's, then they're dumber than I thought.
Saying it's expected doesn't exactly seem groundbreaking... I feel like that's more or less where everyone is at: "expecting."
I know Columbus will tune in, but there are definitely a lot of people who won't bother watching. Too bitter. I know I won't be. Not to protest or boycott ESPN, but knowing we should have been there will just make me angry.
And yet it's still better than baseball.
Oregon is an overrated team in the Pac 12, which is an overrated conference. We've seen better Oregon teams get stomped and OSU will be as good as the other 8-9 teams that played Oregon and never lost. Not sure how Wisconsin let that game go but I don't think that happens without Justin Herbert. Oregon will be a good opponent, but I'm not scared at all.
Time is running out on USC; they've got to turn it around or their abysmal 2020 class is going to wreck them. If they can make a splash during the 2020 season and get recruiting back on track, then they'll probably get saved but if not, then it's a tough hill to climb.
Crimson Tide would probably wreck the Commodores. Unless, you know, the Commodores were on land.
Well, to be fair, Fickell's intensity face also looks like an "uh-oh that fart was more than a fart" face.
Maybe, but if I were in that room as a human being, I'd desperately be looking for ways to get out of there.
I don't think I've seen a level of play from Mack that I would consider equal to McLaurin, but I do agree that he has the potential to provide much more value to a team than wherever he's drafted at.