What makes MSU a better job? In fact, I would tend to argue CU is a BETTER job than MSU, but to be nice I said lateral.
I'd think Wilson would be a bigger target than Alford, but Colorado will go for a up and comer at a smaller school like Josh Heupel.
Lateral move with more expectations and a much harder schedule. $_$
IMO they should schedule Boston College, UCONN, Syracuse regularly they are rivals and would fill up the stadium and they have a good chance to beat them regularly
Rutgers has a real rivalry with PSU and kinda with Maryland, UCONN, and Syracuse.
Only thing I remember from that game is Braxton struggling being injured.
PR: Philly Brown, I still remember that huge TD return vs Wisconsin in 2012?
Lattimore over Okudah
Big opportunity for Matt Barnes
You would think they would have went through senior day ceremonies if that was the case?
Really should win this year with his stats, but there is a definite southern bias and since they just discovered the forward pass in Louisiana, all the hillbillies will vote for Burrow. I guess that makes it easier to not care about it.
That is true, but there is also only 1 good team in that conference.
From the interview with Hilliard it seems like he isn't 100% sure he will be here next season. He said he has to have a conversation with the coaches at the end of the year. So he could be a grad transfer.
Can't really put any stock into stats this early into the season
Shazier, McMillan, Lee, Baker all high draft picks at LB so it has continued, just not as many tackles as the past when the dline is much more dominant.
I think that is a bit unfair. I think it is more fair to say he encouraged hurt players to play, not injured players. There is a difference between the two.
Does this take into account that several stadiums have reduced seating capacity during upgrades?
Hopefully he doesn't have to run at all and we get out to a huge lead and run out the clock. What we did vs PSU will be okay this game to keep Fields healthy. 60 rushes with Dobbins and Teague.
Tuf Borland is going to get torn up on passes to the FB out of the backfield, but Wisconsin can't stop JK Dobbins.
No, I'm quite sure the other coaches taught fundamentals too. I think Arnette is just a better zone corner and that skill translates well to the NFL, so good for him.
If we paid players, the whole 2010 thing wouldn't have happened and Chase Young wouldn't have to borrow money to bring his girlfriend to a bowl game, which should have been free anyways.
He doesn't take all his classes online and the online classes have labs and tests in person so there isn't much room for abuse. Athletes have tutors anyways that help them with everything.
I think scheme helped him a lot. If he was playing in the same coverage last year I think he would look the same. After 3-4 years of starting, you are what you are.
So did Cardale Jones on the Beanie & Boom podcast
Herman should hire Chris Ash