Kid makes some nice grabs at WR at the end of that video...
Not sure what game but I vividly remember my dad complaining about Steve Bellisari as a young child.
I think the first full game I remember watching was '02 Penn State with the Chris Gamble return TD.
I think noon is perfect, favorite day of the year when I was in school. The tradition of waking up at 4am to drink for that game was unrivaled.
I'm guessing it's based off final FPI numbers, which we finished 4th in and were closer to #20 than #2.
Two of the criteria this number is based on in the preseason are coaching tenure and recruiting rankings, neither of which we scored high on after this offseason.
We also weren't rated super highly at the end of last season so I'm not at all surprised by this.
Meds and therapy. Fought with some depression and anxiety most of last year and kept denying to myself that I needed professional help. I'd been treated in college and sort of weaned off it all as I learned to manage it better, but it never went away completely.
I'd say see a therapist, and they'll probably be able to tell pretty quickly whether to recommend you to someone else to get drugs.
He seems very well spoken, especially considering he shied away from all the media hoopla. Great interview.
It's the last football game for like 7 months, how in the hell do you not watch it? What's wrong with ya'll?
"Old man yells at cloud"
Lots of comparisons in here to guys who take the top off a defense. Campbell didn't do much of that despite his speed. Just because he's fast doesn't make him great at catching deep balls.
I don't understand how Pryor wasn't a legit 1.0 watching his HS film
Yup. It's the first thing out of their mouth when I say I'm an OSU grad.
Apparently they rioted in the streets after that game. I think they lost to ECU like the next week too. These are fans who have watched their team lose to JMU and Old Dominion. A 3rd tier program who thinks they are on the brink of elite.
They are close by proximity so there's plenty of their fans around.
Notre dame an obvious one
Clemson still irks me
My new one is VT, moved to the DC area last year, and they all act like the one time they beat us was equivalent to winning a national title
My honest take if the programs are equal is to stay in state, whichever one that may be.
Cost is one factor, and not being too far from family is the other. Nice to get away for college but it's also nice to come home when you need it easily. School can be rough.
I mean yea if you're drinking it hot, gotta drink it ice cold
What's the source for Bill Davis?
This post sums up everything wrong with them:
Keeping LJ and getting Freeman as a co-DC/LB would be the homerun hire.
Replacing Davis is the only change I see happening, and outside of Freeman I don't know any other options.
Agree with Arkansas for the same reasons plus tat-gate was on going.
It was just an extremely cathartic win in terms of the media.
If the linebackers and secondary improve, they should definitely. Offense will still be good, even if the scheme is different than it has been with Haskins.
Still holding out some hope Haskins wants to play for a title.
I think you are misunderstanding the "pod" system.
Honestly just not ND
The noise matters sometimes. One of my favorite OSU wins personally was the Sugar Bowl vs Arky, specifically because of the on going scandal and the 'SEC Speed' narrative that had been shoved down our throat for 4 years.
That said, it isn't necessary. I barely watch ESPN outside of actual games these days, still enjoy everything just as much.
It's not even that I don't like Day or would be upset if he got the job, but I think they should at least look to open it up and see what comes of it. No point in just handing it over without shopping around.