This article didn't include that Chris Clark has bsaically said that if Hoke gets fired, then he's leaving. It looks like he's leaving anyways but that's another huge loss.
I really feel that as a community, we should start referring to them as Sun, instead of blue. Just to remind them that when they were Maize things weren't this bad.
I doubt they will overlook it. Rutgers did beat Michigan and OSU already lost to Va Tech. I doubt they need anything else to keep them preparing and working hard.
Apparently, people don't like hard truths.
Once they've ventured onto ships they also like to massacre indigenous populations. I really think this is something that White people of all national origins can relate to.
If Brim says not to be worried about Hilliard going to Iowa, then I won't be. I'd also think it was weird if he and Jashon Cornell did all this relationship building and recruiting for him to bail at this point. I feel like he's a Buckeye, but what do I know.
Transitive property doesn't really work. That being said, I still think we could win the whole thing. No one looks great this year.
I wouldn't complain. I don't know what to do next year, but I'd like to see JT and Brax have a serious competition.
This is terribly frightening. He looks like Jack Nicholson in A Few Good Men. Do you think he's telling him, "You can't handle the truth!"
Agreed, I love that we can shut down the screens. Even if it did lead to us giving up a big TD against Cincy.
I agree and even MSU gave up a ton of points to Oregon and Bama just lost to Ole Miss giving up more than 20. It's hard to be very good against other teams that are also good. It's tough because the offense already has the advantages, they know the play, they know the snap count, defensive pass interference is much more common and the targeting/headshots have made it harder. I hope that the defense can simply be good enough to get us through. I'm liking what I'm seeing so far.
I think that it's a percentage of the season, but yes, that is what doomed CB. And he was in his 5th rather than 6th game.
Do the McDowell twins affect Harris at all? I figure they take up two scholarships and a RB spot from UK.
I'll disagree with the last touchdown not being a scheme problem. Only so far as it was the wrong scheme in the situation. Force them to play underneath. Otherwise, I agree. There's a lot of whining going on here and I'm getting a bit sick of it.
I don't think they failed. It seems to me like a solid C. You did something well but made some bad mistakes. We only gave up 130 yards in the without those plays. Mistakes are made and unfortunately, Keil didn't miss any of those receivers. I just wish we could know what would have happened if Bell had turned around not that first deep ball.
I disagree. They had them stopped until the offense screwed them. The offense couldn't stay on the field to help out the defense, at which point they started running on a tired D line and then could exploit the pass. Everything is connected. Until the end of the game the D played pretty well, especially considering the offense looked totally out of it. We'll have to see as the season goes.
They should have played off with two deep safeties. They can throw underneath with 80 yards to go in 40 seconds all they want. In fact, I welcome it. What cannot happen is leave your corner on an island with no safety help at the end of the half. There's no reason of it. Coaching mistake, but I anticipate it won't happen again. I'd rather have these breakdowns now rather than later in closer games.
They also struggled to bring down Virginia Tech's QB. They got pressure but couldn't bring him down. Bad throws are good too. Not as good, but I'm not going to complain.
I'd rather be here than where we were last year.
I disagree about Cook. I honestly just think that he's a game manager.
I agree. I'd rather have flawed execution than a flawed scheme. I didn't expect to go from last what we had last year back to the Silver Bullets.
I think it was just the play call and a bad play on the last one. He got burned off the line and we had no safety. It happens sometimes. If Vonn had turned around on the first one he would've picked it. I can't remember the middle one, but it was a problem. That being said, they played a much better game and didn't get dip and dunked like last year. They covered the screen and played a good game. Tighten up a few plays and if the offense didn't fumble and inexplicably stop catching the ball, it never would have been a game.
That is the most absurd thing I've ever heard.
I love this poster so much. Great work!!!
That Olbermann video is basically been what I've been saying all year. Does Jeter really deserve this?