If OSU was unbeaten, then they'd be in damn near every year. Just win, was more over my point.
Hey Boom! What so wrong with that? Go unbeaten and play for a NC after playing cupcakes for OCC opponents. It makes perfect sense. Evolve or get left behind by playoff committee after losing to teams like Oklahoma.
Let's just hope Day doesn't allow let down games like Purdue and Iowa. Yeah....that be great (in my best Bill Lumberg voice).
Nuke this thread, please. Bad mojo/karma, or whatever you want to call it.
Something tells me this wasn't his first problem. It's just the one that broke the camel's back. Day will likely not reach on many questionable recruits like this.
Funny how things have a way of working themselves out.
Don't look into it too much. It will inevitably change because Day is not about to try Einstein's theory of insanity. (Doing the same thing over and over again expecting a different result.)
He'll start bc he's fast and works his ass off. Bank on it!
This is completely and utterly ridiculous
To the haters who only see stars on the recruiting websites, you would be the same individuals who would be fighting for Tress with the likes of Hawk, Krenzel, and many many other 3 star guys back in the day.
Let the kid get into Mickey's do jo and see where his career goes before we call this poor kid a wash or feet in cement BS comments. Just look at Juwan... Who's to say those two at 6'8 at both RT and LT would be a bad thing if they get in great shape and perfect their craft? GTFOH!!!!
Let's wait until fall camp starts...long way to go until 8/31 (believe it or not).
Pay these men their money (in my best KGB voice)
This from Eph97..
Exactly! Why worry??? Thank you kind sir for having common sense!
Fear not my 11W brothers and sisters, this will be Harbaugh's last year in AA. This OC and "new" style of offense will work fantastically until that second to last week in November. Where the skunk weasels will lose triumphantly once again. The actual worry from a few gave me a nice morning laugh...
The line will be the anchor and may be addition by subtraction this year (no offense to Prince or whomever). For some like Davis and Myers, sitting and waiting gives them something to work towards. Not to mention, the experience of Bowen, Munford and Johnson will help them out as well (assuming JJ wins out at guard*).
Day's in his infancy as a HC, but I have a feeling he's going to be a damn good coach.
My predictions by the end of camp...
Harrison Mitchell Browning
Pete Borland Gant
You beat me to it...
Sounds like a starting right or left tackle. I'll take right, considering how hard working Thayer Munford is at left tackle.
Nebraska and Nerdwestern are concerning bc of the aforementioned Purdue or Iowa effect ( i.e. eye f@$king event that just seems to go on all night long, similarly the Clemson game. But I digress...) is a very real concern. Until Day and company show us all those are no longer concerns by not taking any opponent lightly or for granted.
I missed this before posting...
Agree with all here who say Neb. and NW are very, very scary...
Not to mention he was only on campus since January. So I thought Fields did pretty well in the Spring game with limited practice with a new offense, playbook and limited reps with the ones. IMHO, I agree with many who want to pump the brakes a bit. However, once things start clicking, look out B1G.
I predicted your last one to a buddy just the other day. OSU loses to Bama or GA giving way to a year of hearing OSU can't hang. All to come back and win it in 2020. Or...could OSU shock the world and win a NC two years in a row? That's the cool thing about predicting shit...no one really knows anyway ;)
Let's just pump the brakes and see how the season looks after OSU's trip to Ann Arbor. Then we can make a much more intellectual and factual determination...