NW did the same this year as far as needing season tickets to get this game. I'm in Chicago this weekend and thought about going, but DAAAMN the prices on the secondary market are more than I want to spend. That, and an 8:30 start time means not getting back to downtown Chicago til like... 1:30 or so. I'm too old for that shit.
That's still fewer than play for New Orleans.
No one get arrested/suspended
They only beat the Hoosiers by 9 at home. We’ve got this. Bucks by 30+
Should have put my comment in italics. Seems like every game thus far has been called a trap game by at least one person.
It's not a trap game
Fields finally lets the cannon loose tomorrow.
They don't currently have a QB named Zander who might run for damn near 100, so I'm not worried at all.
I'm sorry, Alabama is -55 against New Mexico State. That's crazy and I still wouldn't touch that line either way.
I take issue with "Great B/R Story."
the Buffalo Bills?
I get a real kick out of looking at ranking by pollster. As always, Jon Wilner sucks. He has us at 12, TTUN at 4, and Iowa State at 8.
Mark Whicker is another beauty with us at 14 and Florida at 3.
I don't hold it against him, was just providing one option for why this topic has gotten so much traction so quickly.
I think it was this quote “Why would I leave for someone who hasn’t put in a single second into this program?” followed by transferring a few weeks later.
Those people were drunk
Jarren Williams is ass my dude
It is a fact we make the playoffs if Michigan beat ND last year.
Not so sure about that science.
I'm really not. Here are the 2x finalists: Tebow, Winston, Watson. That's three (3), right?
Here are guys who were a finalist (or won) once: Murray, Tua.
Here are the ones who never were finalists: Taylor, Pryor, Shepard, Bell, Driskel, Woolard, Guarantano. That's seven (7) by my count.
How is 3/12 almost as likely at 7/12?
Riiiiight. 4/12 were 2x finalists. 8/12 weren't. Those aren't nearly as likely. I'm excited for Fields, but if we're talking likelihoods based on this article, we're *MORE* likely to get Jeff Driskel than Tua.
Counting Tebow 3x as a Heisman finalist is accurate, but not making a good faith argument. Saying "Of the 12, there have been five All-Americans, three Heisman Trophy winners, and nine Heisman finalists" as the article does implies that nine of the 12 players were Heisman finalists when only five were.
#1 Dual Threat QBs from 2006-17 (per 247 composite):
2006: Tebow (Heisman AND a finalist)
2007: Tyrod Taylor (LOL)
2008: Terrelle Pryor (try not to think about what might have been)
2009: Russell Shepard (nope, nothing here)
2010: Blake Bell (results not found)
2011: Jeff Driskel (I believe he watched a Heisman ceremony on TV, but that doesn't count)
2012: Jameis Winston (Heisman and crab legs)
2013: Asiantii Woolard (who?)
2014: Deshaun Watson (He was a decent player, I heard)
2015: Kyler Murray (Yep, another Heisman)
2016: Jarrett Guarantano (dodged that one)
2017: Tua Tagovailoa (decent player)
Heisman wins: 3 (Tebow, Murray, Winston)
Heisman finalists: 4 (Tua, Watson (x2), Tebow)
Consensus All-Americans: 4 (Tua, Watson, Winston, Tebow)
So yeah, that research, at least using 247's data is wrong as hell.
Correct, this is way too early. Doesn't mean I don't love thinking about beating the shit out of michigan though.
Which QB do you take him over? The one who won the Heisman or the one who broke almost every record?
I'll take the Meyer team and for shiggles, by a score of 41-14.
I just hate that Ginn didn't play here when high def was a thing. His highlights on YouTube almost look finger painted.