Played at Bishop Rosecrans in Zanesville. Played college ball at Defiance. Coached at Clarion University. Football is high end impact. In college you see guys who never saw the field but could hit like a freight train. Football is the ultimate team sport. If it were easy, there wouldn’t be a band, no offense to band members, but everyone would play football if it was easy. I had several concussions in college, 4 of them. They are not fun and the night in the hospital is worse.
Hey Brutus, I really didn't care for the comment: That would be pathetic at DI level, but I kinda get it D3, where it’s basically just like intramurals. Did you ever play college ball? If no, then you have no idea how hard it is. It is not intramural ball. If you did play college, then you must not have seen the field or worked very hard. I get so sick of tired of people thinking D3 is easy and anyone can do it. That is really a slap in the face and I don't appreciate it and I am sure others on here that played D3 ball don't appreciate it either.
The reasons guys dropped balls when JT threw it was because receivers didn’t trust JT to place the consistently where it needed to be.
I was a QB in high school and 3 year starting WR in college... I can tell you this, Zach Smith didn’t teach receivers how to get open and work a DB. You could see it in press coverage, no freeze step, no problem Punch and rip, no “TopGun”(run straight vertically and hit the breaks for DB to go by and receiver comes underneath, running an out route and lining up 10 from hash instead of 3 yards outside when ball is on opposite hash. Little things, getting DB to turn hips, stalk block and go. The DBs knew when we were throwing and running the ball. With the athletes we have at WR, there is no team that has that many DBs to cover them. Zach could recruit but couldn’t coach the position.
I’m going to protect my very good inside source but I heard some good news today. I believe Franklin is coming tomorrow for Tyreke’s game and Urban is definitely coming to Friday’s game.
How about players not doing a 1 hour workout 2 hours before game time. Another option is don't sit out games, the star players play only the first and third quarter. That way, people who paid hard earned dollars to watch them still get to see them play. I understand from a player side that they care about championships but what they fail to see is that if the fans didn't show up, they wouldn't even have a game to play. The fans pay their salary.
Now that is what I call, RELAXED MUSCLES
Magic Johnson did the same thing. As a rookie, he started at center in the NBA Championships for one game and scored 42. I don't think either could do that.