You need your drop to TD ratio to lower than 1:1, so he'd need quite a few TDs to without any drops to get there.
Not only brave but super difficult to accurately put that ball in the correct place for a crossing route sidearm with a defender in your face.
Very interesting comment, thanks.
That only make sense if they didn't practice that play from the wildcat.
Worked out ok for the team, too :)
I was right that the offensive line had the players and coaching to likely be a + for the team.
I was wrong about how good Fields would be in his first season as a starter.
I was right that Okudah and Wade would be monsters this year.
I was wrong in doubting that Arnette would also be a stud this year
I was right that Werner would have a good season
Every single example shown was from the first half against our first stringers. That said, I'm also looking fwd to watching our second-stringers in the 2nd half :)
White (#25) was actually covering on that play.
Did you notice it was Hilliard who blew the edge contain that Kyle showed above (where Wade bailed them out)?
Great analysis as always, Kyle, thanks!
Ha, logged in to upvote you.
Don’t sleep on Tyreke, he’s going to be a beast, too.
What if Bama, Clemson and Oklahoma all go undefeated, and LSU’s only loss is to Bama (after beating Texas out of conference), or Georgia beats ND and only loses the SEC championship game? I’d be surprised if a one-loss BTen team hops in ahead of them.
I get the feeling that they’d like Dobbins to put up big numbers to help with recruiting. Otherwise, I’d expect even more carries from MT3.
I could be wrong, time should tell.
Is something else supposed to be in this sentence?:
"Studrawa said Wyatt Davis "About halfway through the year last year."
I did catch left guard Jackson (#73) get beat twice in these highlights (though he’s on the right of your photo ;) )
Either the P12 or B12 would probably stay home in favor of the SEC champ.
Clemson recruiting has improved recently in case you hadn’t noticed.
i highly doubt FAU mop-up duty will tell the coaches more than they already know from practice and scrimmages. Unless you mean so we can get see more of the boys ourselves, in which case I agree to a point. Cincinnati and Indiana's defenses would tell us considerably more, hopefully we'll get that same chance ;)
I find it VERY hard to believe McCall will be able to get much in the way of inside yards/YAC, and therefore will be very limited in effectiveness; almost certainly not an effective full backup to Dobbins.
Bucks really need Teague to get healthy fast if they want quality depth, imo.
Before you go after me too hard, I'd love to be proven wrong, let's see what happens and check back in here after November.
Do the players only vote on the players they play against directly? Bc otherwise these are even more worthless than other rankings.
Got you fam. Not sure how accurate pro day times are, but... https://www.silverandblackpride.com/2013/3/6/4072812/oakland-raiders-terrelle-pryor-thinks-hes-second-fastest-nfl-qb-but-is-he
Remind me on how effective Tim Tebow was in college vs the NFL? This is coming from a Haskins guy, but I unlike you apparently can at least see the other side had some plausible rationale.
Doctor: Eat these beets for dinner and you'll feel better by mid-morning.
"not necessarily the worst judgement ever by tOSU players."
Not the highest bar you set there, haha.