That's a valid point, but he also had 27 games with over 200 yards passing, and while JT was not the most skilled quarterback, I think his leadership and toughness which are encapsulated in that 2017 PSU game warrant inclusion in the best QB convo.
I always like playing the full game. I can't stand it when I'm playing D only (I like to play MLB in 4-2-5 or 4-3 Under) and you make a good stop and all of a sudden you're back on the field on your own 5 after an interception or big return. That Defensive Coordinator mode is too real for me.
I haven't been spending any time on video games lately but I think it might be time to start the ritual offseason dynasty!
Man I should start doing that on recruiting! I just skip all the recruiting but it makes dynasties less fun after 5 seasons when I don't really know the players or have any control over who I get. But all that scouting and note-taking and shit... I guess it's just not the fun part for me lol. I think next dynasty I'll just edit the roster after auto-recruiting so make the recruits however I want lol.
Higher difficulty leads to infuriating drops, infuriating blocking, and infuriating ballhawk DBs.
This is the kind of brilliant innovation we need in college football nowadays. Shaun Wade could absolutely get 45 sacks next season with this.
I don't think I ever got to 90 but I often had 60+ sacks NCAA 2009 LOLB, I think Andrew Sweat or Ross Homan, running Over Storm Blitz out of 4-3 every single play. I try to resist using the same play every time but you do that and you get about -50 rush yds allowed per game.
Nice to meet you, Floyd.
Thanks for the mod help on the title :)
Sad to see him go because I loved to watch him play, but I wish him all the best!
They still haven't chopped up targeting penalties into voluntary/involuntary manslaughter charges, but removing the awkward perp walk is...a good start?
I do sense the sarcasm, but I still feel compelled to say this is NOT a good start, it's a meaningless gesture that does nothing to fix the problem, and in fact may serve to minimize it going forwards.
marking the only time in the decade other than 2011 that Ohio State lost two straight games.
God, we're a spoiled fanbase. I agree with the list, but I will say 2019 is really neck and neck with 2014 for me. Crap end but that was the most fun I've ever had watching football on a week to week basis.
I totally agree. I can't imagine the pressure a gay football or basketball player would feel to remain closeted. I was proud to be a Sun Devil around the time Sarafin came out.
I really did like how the documentary included competing perspectives on this and other issues. You certainly can't have it both ways, but there are two sides who each think their way is the way it was.
My bad on that one, and thanks to who moved it.
Did Sanzenbacher actually commit a penalty blocking for Boom? I watched the clip, thought "Wow what an amazing block to help finish the run," then read the snippet.
This is a fun article for a Friday afternoon. Go Bucks :)
Speaking of Dobbins, I think having his foot nearly ripped off in the pile was a HUGE factor in this game. Teague couldn't fill in at the same elite level, so Dobbins had to play clearly hurt, and he just wasn't quite as good after the injury. That's more in line with "dealing with the natural consequences of football" but it really felt to me like if we could run the ball at 100% in that second half we STILL would have won the game even with that litany of forces stacked against us.
That long ass replay only needed to be 10 seconds to see that his hand was down and it completely killed our momentum. It would have been better if they just moved on without replay. Buckeyes offense was churning and would have made the yards up with a better chance at the end zone. Replay is seriously broken and is having huge consequences on games.