I feel it’s a pipe dream, when I saw BK’s article on Twitter I felt like it was click bait. We have most of the class locked up and a few weeks to kill before football starts. Would love to add him and be wrong, it’s truly hard to hit on so many prospects who live 1000+miles from campus with no Midwest connections.
Always thought he’d be a better DT
Georgia’s roster is more talented than ours, not considerably but has a 3rd year starting QB, better RB’s and O-line and overall défense. Coaching is a win for us.
I wonder what bonus's are included. You also have to keep in mind, its CC football in Kansas, it's not like you can pay assistants much of a livable wage. It's basically make it big or find another line of work.
I'm sure they'll down play this one too. Kid was too scared of competition LMAO
He was running some of the best HS defenses in Georgia littered with D1 guys each week so yea he's a freak for sure.
I got a speeding ticket when the cop was in front of me.
Washington State, I was behind in the fast lane for over 10 miles with no real option to change lanes and the speed he said I was at was way above what my odometer had and not accurate at all (claims 87 in a 70) was never over 80 and didn't claim reckless driving or that I was tailgating him. His words "You've been following me for awhile" I was upfront that I was probably at 75. Basically between Spokane and Seattle with no room in the right lane so I don't know what his issue was, he literally pulled over by an exit then took said exit to go where he "was in a rush to go"
The problem is you’ll have multiple threads discussing the same topics at the same time. The topic contains no information and is a comment disguised as a thread.
This is flawed though, Ohio isn’t producing top end talent like it used to and the south with more African-Americans moving back to the south is hurting in-state recruiting, if I had a dollar for every Georgia kid who was born in OH/PA or has a parent from there I’d be rich. The population overall is steady in Ohio, however Southeast Asians and Indians are aren’t exactly taking football by storm. PA and other midwestern states are having the same issues, Midwest will still produce good backers and lineman as caucasians can fill those roles and make up 70% of the populous, however skill players are littered all over the south.
This is being covered in the recruiting thread, I’d swing there for info.
But yes, 12-13 was some fun to watch.
Jan 3 2014 counts. 2011 Brax was so young.
- Tom Herman was great with his scripted opening series/hurry up offenses and so-so thereafter, Brax and that line made 2012-14.
- Urban was winning only off talent and with better coaches in the league it was becoming harder to put teams away.
- Mid-afternoon games don’t happen enough, IMO (Afternoon/Night/Day)
It's wild to me that Equifax is a billion dollar company for providing information that should be free to the general populous.
It's funny how a Canadian is better than any player from literally Michigan to play for UM.
(Couldn't resist /s)
Damn I stand corrected.
USC was hurting on defense, I know they had Brian Cushion (LB) start at DE as a true freshman in that game just how down they were with injuries.
Still an amazing game, just insanity and those USC teams did what I always loved!
STARTED THE BETTER MORE TALENTED PLAYER.
I like Bax but also agree that Duane Long is useless and I’m surprised he even gets a pay check.
Thomas Davis and Pollack were fun to watch on those old UGA teams.
Met him at Detroit’s airport and had a few beers, super nice guy and a great representative of OU football.
That Saturday night game where they upset Texas when both were 8-0. Just crazy, remember the fans all with joker masks and Crabtree tippy toeing into then end-zone.
Zeke going off for a TD on the next play on 4&1 to give us the lead. Championship changing moment
McFadden and Felix Jones running the wildcat was fun. I left work “sick” so I could watch the last half of the LSU upset.
Don’t leave out Owen Schmitt.