Youngpeople often say things in the heat of a moment that don't stand up well to time.
He really should stick to knowing next to nothing about basketball.
NFL coaches are arrogant.
Nailed it! And GMs, owners, etc...
TTUN has replaced Notre Dame as the most overrated team in preseason polls.
LSU, Florida and Auburn would like to have a word with you.
All I need is my helmet and shouldamapads!
I remember this guy, and this routine. Hilarious. +1 Scarlet!
But none of those guys were taken in the top 10. Joey went #3 because despite his lower numbers in 2015, he had spent 3 years demonstrating his dominance.
Chris Jones - 2nd round
Danielle Hunter - 3rd round
Frank Clark - 2nd round
Chandler Jones - 1st round, 21st pick
Jason Pierre Paul - 1st round, 15th pick
Cameron Jordan - 1st round, 24th pick
"We drafted Rashan Gary, but all we got was Rashan Gary."
Agreed 100%! In fact, Paris Campbell would have a better case for being the best offensive player in the country than Gary has for being the best defensive player.
The only O-linemen we have who have already proven to be solid are Munford, Davis, and Alabi
I would add Bowen to that list, he was a starter before he experienced a season-ending injury. So the question with him is 'can he stay healthy?' But he has shown that he's quite capable.
None of it SHOULD mean anything, but unfortunately, it does. Preseason rankings set teams up way higher in the rankings than they deserve, and if they should happen to lose to another overrated team, they don't fall very far (*cough* SEC *cough*).
The preseason rankings make it tough for a team ranked in the 20s to slowly creep up the rankings.
I’d post a bad pun but would get roasted over it.
Dry humor deserves to be dry roasted.
Yes, crystal clear! +100
I missed the story/ies about JM's off field life. Has he had some problems?
I don't know what's going on, but I like it!
Hey Knar, this sentence is really messing with my head this morning.
Indeed. In fact, to already be at 85 the day after NSD is unprecedented. Coaches always count on some attrition between spring practice and fall camp. We'll have room for one or two of those graduate transfers if they choose OSU.
Well, if that's the criteria you were looking for, it's still possible to add one of the transfer linemen. And I think those guys would be better additions, as they would come in ready to contribute right away.
I give them a B- for the Oline, considering Nester flew the coop and we were still able to replace him with the Hawaiian Punch.
I think we upgraded with the 2 guys we got. Since Nester was wavering on coming here, he SHOULD go somewhere else.
The coaches want guys who are 100% on board the train.
Getting one of those OL recruits and then adding one of the 2 solid OL transfers would fit the bill, too. In fact, I think getting the dude from Rutgers or the guy from Ga Tech might end up adding a starter-level linemen to the mix for 2019.
Bert is 3X the man that Kiffin is. Literally.
Although "sleep on it, I'll be over in 20 minutes with my sleeping bag" may have been
even betterhow that dork up north handled it.
EJ Liddell will be a PF and inside presence. He will get minutes alongside Kaleb and will probably man the middle when Kaleb is out.
And don't forget about Ledee. He just needs to get stronger and develop his game a little more. But he'll be a big contributor next season.
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