Not a fan at all of the new rules. I understand why they did it "somewhat" but I don't think it will grow the game as much because its' so different.
It's actually the closest part of your BODY that is closest to where the ball goes out of bounds. A lot of players use their stick because that is what is in their hand naturally and I guess makes them feel "farther" but they actually could stick out their arm. lol
Plus one, for the A-A-Ron, reference.
Bolden's first day in the WHAC: "Sooooo, there are actual film study, playbooks and stuff? Coach Harbaugh usually demonstrates what he wants us to do with some of his old GI Joe figures, he thinks once he recruits Snake Eyes he'll win a Natty"
Oregon and their new oline, new qb and new OC will be treading water by the 2nd quarter.
Think he was referencing Shea's golf game.
I'm with you. The 2021 game is going to be a close one. This year I expect tOSU to lap them.
If I recall right, Oregon lost 75% of their Oline as well. A team with a new QB, a new Center (important for communication) and new players on either side and a new offensive coordinator is going to have some problems facing elite defenses.
Bron would have played WR. How scary is that?
If he was a terrible teammate he wouldn't have any trade value. No one picks up a malcontent.
Simple reasons why he got traded. Lakers: cleaned the entire roster including coaches and GM plus he was immature paired with even more immature vets and management (think Tom Herman & Smith as your vets, lol), Brooklyn: Cleared house for two max contracts (Irving, Durant), Warriors: picked up some draft picks while they complete their tank job hoping to reload with a healthy roster next year. They probably think Wiggins can be a younger do it all Iggy since he won't have to carry the burden.
Kid puts up numbers, is still young and can bring excitement so he'll always be up for trade talks.
If tOSU can get ONE of these Ohio 1 and Done kids to sign it would open up the program to new heights.
I get your point but this was paid for by bball so why not?
I get goosebumps watching the Olympics at home, can only imagine being there in person.
Yep, Olympic's and then maybe the NCAA Final Four. I've been to the early rounds and had fun figured it would be even better as the stakes get higher.
Exactly Undisputed, Day has already stated that the base won't change but they will make some modifications based on last season's results. I think based on that comment that tOSU will mix up the coverages a slightly higher percentage than last season to catch teams off guard trying to run counters to the one high/3 look. So Wisky and TTUN 1st quarter tricks probably won't be as effective next season as they won't know what we'll be in as much.
Navy, that is an urban legend tOSU fans have created that tOSU DB's never looked at the ball. There are certain schemes teams run that require the DB to NOT turn around and locate the ball because they should be targeting the receiver's action. Locating the ball means you could lose the WR's location and give up a big play. EVERY team has those concepts and use them depending on the situation. It's no different than planing inside technique or outside technique on a WR. Sometimes you play inside depending on the goals of the coverage and sometimes you play outside. The same goes for locating the ball there are times you should and times you shouldn't. Look at this clip of Xavier Roades, he's a high-level pro corner. There are a couple of times he doesn't look for the ball and just performs the defensive rip on the wr's arm by design. It's just a technique the DB's have in their tool bag and apparently the NFL loves our DB's who have this tool.
I use "I'm your huckleberry" quite often when someone is talking about betting and of course, "say when" & "your no daisy".