i was really hoping to see J Gill wear #7. long list of ballin G7s needs to be continued.
yeah i didn’t say older and experienced coaches are not getting jobs. i was just stating that programs are more open to the idea of hiring coaches with less expirience but more enthusiasm.
the best fields will always be those of dreams.
i think there is a shift in the world of coaching going on, at the professional and collegiate levels. younger and more enthusiastic coaches are more desirable than the old carousel of guys who have been around the block and never stuck. this helps in recruiting and on game day and i’m all for it.
BOOMerang is the scientific term.
didn’t someone make a thread about this exact thing with WAYYYY more detail this morning? just wondering.
i can see your side. i personally like the playoff and the CCGs. every year you’ve set examples for there is atleast two teams i don’t think deserve to have a shot at a Natty.
BUT i will say that i loved reading this and i really like this forum post. i will be checking on this one to see what others think. Thank you for the time and thought you put into this! :)
Marcus Freeman plz ty
Ryan Timmons is on line 3...
I agree, and disagree with the “Alabama invitational” comment. Alabama is baptized as “dominant” year in and year out by the media, because they dominate their shit schedule. The committee has been pretty good in looking at resumes when choosing seeding.
I read all these comments waiting to see the one comparing McLaurins performance to the likes of Evan Spencer. Does all the little things for the team, what a great kid, you need sacrifice and hustle like that from your team to win big, close, tough games. Thank you Terry.
AND we’re having a gay ol’ time, so double Flinstone reference there.
Faster than Ginn, my dude.
The local team is projected to participate in the playoff, a little better odds than you winning the powerball my dude.
When I think of “best”, I don’t think we needed more than one year of said duo to qualify them as the best. My first thought was Troy to Ginn/Gonzo, but as far as true duos go I must say Hoying to Glenn. True number one receiver that was uncoverable and an accurate QB.
Knew I wouldn’t be the first to reference the Buckeye Sports Bulletin. I still have a box full of these from the 90s.
I see where you’re coming from. I just think for one game or one season, MJ was better. LeBron is playing at this level and going to continue to and own every single career record there is.
MJ - best NBA player of all time
LeBron - best NBA career of all time
Galloway - duh
Griffey Jr - double duh
Shaq - this man was a generational talent and he made the NBA better as a product.