Yeah I was at Texas as well - those 2 were the definitely the loudest I attended and I was also at 02 and 06 Michigan. No comparison.
i was there and it was even louder than it sounds on the tape.
"....these kids are playing their hearts out and THE COACHES ARE SCREWIN' IT UP!!"
I was literally in the 2nd row on the press box side right about the goal line - this play was right in front of our face. Same with Vince Young's game winning TD pass. Double whammy.
To go the opposite way - Ryan Hamby.
Texas kicks a field goal to get within 3. Teddy Ginn returns the ensuing kickoff 64 yards so we start on the Texas side of the field. Pittman rips off a big run to start the possession. Roy Hall makes a big play. Drive fizzles with 2 incompletions to Hamby - the latter being the most infamous.
Catch the ball and it's a 10 point 3rd quarter league in an insane environment. Instead you settle for 3 and DON'T SCORE THE REST OF THE GAME.
Definitely like the idea of some 50/50 balls. If we find ourselves in 3rd and long, I'd rather attempt to make a play and give those dudes a chance to make a play instead of tucking and running when a 3-4 yard gain is the only realistic option.
Love me some Buffs.
I just don't get the approach. Everyone knows who is on the team, just post the damn roster. No one is asking to see the playbook. I get it if a player is injured and you want to keep a gameplanning opponent guessing. It's funny that he is also saying that Speight isn't necessarily the starter. Dude played well all year for a team that was ranked in the top 5 most of the year - he's the starter.
He'd definitely be the first Barnett.
But he's for sure the 4th Joe Thomas Barrett.
Harbaugh hiding the roster like they are the nuclear codes is funny and stupid. Does he think he gives him some sort of a..dare I say.. decided strategic advantage? Just release your roster like every other person in the known universe and quit being a d-bag.
Bad post, again
Seafus this time
He has held his own on the camp circuit against elite competition - so everyone worried that he looks like crap squashing little kids shouldn't be too worried.
Have you been to Alabama?
Triv has the right idea. I think anytime a truly elite recruit gets injured, prognosis is key. The Grimes example is spot on. He just got back to normal activities and still isn't in contact drills I don't believe, but the staff absolutely were going to honor his comittment.
Now, a Jaylon Smith type injury - where there is extensive ligament damage, nerve damage, etc. - might give them reason to pause because they might not ever be medically qualified. But I'd think if its a torn ACL, Urban will still recruit him just as hard as he would before the injury.
Unless career ending, he is still a 100% take.
Few things are certain in this world. The sun will rise and set, the tides will rise and Jack will come out of his hole in August to troll the forums about quarterbacks.
2 - Ohio State vs. Maryland tickets - Sec 14C Row 39 - $200 for the pair
Yup, whatevs. Not really our issue.
Grand jury just came back with "no bill" - no charges. Conley exonerated.
See ya in the comments, Tim.
Thanks for all of your hard work and the #content.
No better time in your life as young man to have a regimented conditioning program and being able to see results than what these guys are in right now. Can I turn back to clock (and my metabolism and T levels) and enter Coach Mick's dojo for 12 months please?
The commenters on this article are definitely some of the best I've been around and they all are going to definitely get helmet stickers from me.
Ron Howard voice: They won't.