The problem with the well he might have not been good enough theory is that He ran a 4.3 WITH a double sports hernia at the combine. What do u imagine he ran pre hernia or if he had gotten healthy. When you are that fast you will have an NFL career.
Haha Stx.... I don't see how you are blind to the fact that coaches put pressure on players with injuries... It happens EVERYWHERE. OSU I'm sure is no different. I work on professional athletes here in Buffalo and I can for sure tell you there is immense pressure on guys to return before they are ready. You think it doesn't happen at the college level as well. This is exactly what was going on at Indiana. Coaches put pressure on medical staffs and players.
I actually know Listenbee. He is telling the truth. I knew him from his time in Buffalo. What a nice humble guy. He's been bouncing around practice squads. Most recently with Miami and Indy. Most players with a sports hernia are kept out and if they need surgery its a non mesh plated surgery but because he continued to play with the injury he had to have a mesh plate put in and that is very difficult to return to a high level with. Many high level athletes actually go to Germany for a procedure with a famous sports hernia doc there. Similar to James Andrews but she specializes in sports hernias.
Different Areas of the State... IMG is Tampa/St Pete/Clearwater. STA is South Florida (where a lot of the big dogs are)
I'd love to see him land on Fox Sports 1 maybe get a radio segment to compliment Colin
I played H-Back/Tight end.... think Chris Cooley Our coach was Jim Collins who coached at Capital for years...
Played college ball with Janis at Saginaw Valley.... He is special
Different strokes for different folks..... but he brings material thats valued and mods at both Rivals and now Scout, respect him but they must be dumb. All the people that left Rivals and went to Scout, are idiots. 11W or die. Ammirte!
Nevada is very accurate lot of haters because he doesn't contribute to 11W but he's got a finger on the OSU pulse
Dos Equis! TWO TIMES!!! TWO STRAIGHT..... BACK TO BACK!!!!! See what I did there...
Move to the Burbs then
Gaston Technique is useful for tendonitis as it clears inflammation from joints and muscle bellies. It is a technique derived from a chinese medicine technique called gua sha. If your having tendonitis and want to try some alternatives I would recommend, acupuncture, heat, rest, and when you return to physical activity start in the pool with running and rehabbing. I am an New York and nationally certified acupuncturist and specialize in sports medicine.
He looks like Joffery from Game of Thrones.... Cant root for that face...
I am an acupuncturist living in New York. I played college football and after breaking my leg my senior year started using acupuncture to recover. My healing rate increased 10 fold. So I decided to move to NY when I graduated and pursue a masters in Acupuncture instead of attending OSU for a masters in strength and conditioning. Acupuncture treats back injuries very well. Acupuncture treats bulging discs in a few ways. 1. when a needle is inserted into a muscle is can release said muscle which if you have a bulging disc is typically spasmed. 2. It increases blood flow which helps to push out inflammations. 3. It releases endorphins in the blood stream, which are the bodies natural pain killers. 8-10 treatments over the 5-6 weeks should calm your symptoms and have you back to living a normal life.
Steve Kerr/Steph Curry taught him a few things.
No sign of Big Meech!
This happens all the time. I don't understand why its a big deal. What about Notre Dames RBs they just lost their coach. You commit to the school, the teammates. This is a part of the game.
Eddie George would be a nice hire as the Running Back Coach....
What that tells me is he can throw the 18 yard out to the other hash with ease. NFL throws are deep outs, you need a strong arm to do that. Velocity helps, you don't see very many elite quarterbacks with pea shooters for an arm.
The NFL does allow development when you get drafted by a good team. Since he is a "project" no team with an immediate need will draft him. He's more than likely going to a good team with an established qb. Which does allow him the chance to develop, just like Ryan Mallett did in New England.
Honestly I'd rather play a few years in the league vs risking not starting for the next two years. He won a national championship at Ohio State. He will always have a job in Columbus when his playing time is done.
Stop taking his post literally. He's joking but Mia isn't hard to look at... I don't think there is a guy in this world that would argue that FSU attracts more 5 star girls each year then The Ohio State. They also don't walk around in Parkas for 5 months like they do in Ohio. Pretty tempting offer if you ask me!
Hes visiting Florida.