He's come a long way. I remember reading some tweets of his as a recruit and I wished the staff would pass. Plus he kicked a kid in the head during a game (televised on ESPN) so he was a little rough around the edges to say the least. He should be proud of his progress and I hope he has a great future.
I think it was more in defiance than anything. It deserved a penalty, sure, but not a targeting penalty with an ejection. Total bullshit.
That's probably my favorite intro to a skull session ever. I really hope the Buckeyes, hell the B1G, doesn't make the playoffs. Shut out the last two times it made it and I doubt it would be any different this year, no I'm not buying into Wisconsin. As for Harvey Weinstein I'm glad it's blowing up in his face. That guy was completely out of control......err completely in control for too long.
I saw the same thing. Borland looked almost as lost as the others, which really surprised me.
I quit Twitter for the same reasons I quit Facebook and I haven't looked back. Highly recommended.
Well, at least the 8-4 coach won't be making 7 million per year. I don't see why people get bent out of shape for fans having big expectations for a coaching staff that makes as much as a small country (and recruits as well as Alabama). The bad losses are becoming more frequent and harder to explain. A 31 point loss to Clemson was inexcusable but at least they were an awesome team. Iowa? Fucking Iowa?
Half a trophy.
Meyer's teams have much more potential than Tressel's teams did. The coaches have to step up, though, or it doesn't matter. Doesn't matter the players are from, but what they are being taught.
What did Michigan do with those Ohio kids besides beat OSU? Cooper treating The Game like just any other game was the problem, not having "outsiders". Urban needs to scrutinize some of his hires because they don't seem to be doing their jobs.
Bullllllshit. You get the best players around the country, like Saban and most other elite coaches. Our problem is with coaching, or the lack thereof.
I agree that it took away our most dangerous offensive weapon but Ginn couldn't have blocked Carlos Dunlap or the other mutants on that defense. The offense and defense were both in over their heads and the score could have been much worse.
I hate this picture honestly. No fault of Kirk's but I think this was after the Michigan (1vs.1) game and they had all but won the championship. Team got fat and happy, farted in Florida's general direction and got housed, creating the SEC narrative. Maybe it's just me.
Wrapped up like a douche another boner in the night.....
Man, Baron Browning looks like he's going to be a great one eventually. Tuff might have the best instincts on the entire defense and is very athletic himself. Chase Young.....duuuude. Penn State will tell us a lot about how this team has grown but right now it's pretty fun watching these guys ball out and dominate.
It didn't against elite competition. Urb's offense is reminding me of it.
Great post. Reminds me that things could be much worse. #nopelini
Time will tell.
- Still seeing uncreative play calling like the last two years. Oklahoma had wrinkles that were simple and clever. Out coached!
- Still seeing receivers not getting separation or dropping sure catches and JT over/under throwing them when they are open. Out played!
- We don't want Bama.
Scent of a Woman.
I'm not even mad but we better skull f#ck them next time.
I always thought that about Weber.
Noel Devine was sick: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GkvhIDsCJck
Before Ramzy stated the fact that UA is white, he referred to it as an elephant in the room. Fact.
Definition of elephant in the room
: an obvious major problem or issue that people avoid discussing or acknowledging
From Mirriam-Webster's website.
Trouble just seems to "follow" Lee around lately.