Huh, and here I was just making a tongue-in-cheek comment about being too old to understand fashion these days (or any days). You have a lot of rage, my friend. I hope you're able to channel it into something a bit more productive.
Whatever happened to good 'ole hoodies and jeans? Then again, I literally tell people to get off my lawn every summer (I'm growing grass here!).
All WR's for women in the sprints up to and including the 800m still stand, and all were from the 80's. Also makes you wonder what the PED policy was in the 80's as well.
And they thought they'd fill their need by drafting Ball. How's that working for them?
At 33% from the field, looks like he can't finish near the rim either. I know his minutes weren't a lot, but he couldn't even crack a single assist a game. On paper alone, seems like a waste of a PG to me.
When was the last time we had an OSU basketball team capable of going 12 deep? I'm not saying it's going to happen regularly, but if we see development in LeDee and Ahrens, and the freshmen (Diallo or not) acclimate well enough, it could happen. We just need a wing and a guard to step up and be reliable scoring options.
We also have a bunch of length at the wings, could zone be an option to keep Kaleb out of foul trouble?
The transitive property of bracketology.
There's now speculation that IMG Academy is involved somehow as well.
Maybe even trade down a bit with that new first-round pick and snagging one Parris Campbell. Would be a nice way to provide some comfort to their young QB while also getting some more picks out of the deal.
He should be a first ballot HOF'er just for putting up with all that for 11 years, nevermind his on the field accomplishments.
Say what you want about Olympic sprinters, but if he can catch a ball I'll send Bolt on go routes all day. At the very least it's going to force the safeties wayyyy back.
I think his problem is that he played too fast. I don't know how many times I saw him meet someone in the backfield, only to miss the tackle or have an arm tackle broken because his speed and angle allowed the offensive player to simply sidestep him.
Tyjon Lindsey transferring too. Lesson learned, don't recruit from Bishop Gorman if you value a long-term commitment.
It's not a matter of his draft stock against DE's or OT's, it's his draft stock against other QBs and right now, he's #1. Next year's class will most likely include Tua, Fromm, and Herbert. Current mock drafts have those 3 all going in the Top 5 or 10. If Haskins waits another year, the draft class gets very crowded.
Meh, 1 spot in rankings that ultimately don't mean much until the very end. The front half of our post-NYE BIG schedule is a tough one, with 5 of our next 7 games against likely tourney teams (and a bubble team in Purdue), so that will really show where we are as a team.
God forbid you ever have to make a decision in the best interest of your own career.
We've ruined the 3rd string QB argument forever.
To be completely unbiased, one thing is for sure with Styles' offer list -- he's going to get a good education to go along with his football.
Preach. As someone just north of 30, I'm amazed at how many of my peers, even those established in their professional careers, are so careless and clueless about their own finances.
So, High Point is the low point of the remaining TV schedule?
I'll see myself out now...
I guess it was just a mirage when we continued the next week by beating NW by 3 touchdowns (instead of only 3 points).
List of successful NFL QB's over the last couple of decades that never won the Heisman:
1.) ALMOST EVERYONE
Let's not forget Holtmann got his T in the first half. And it was totally justified on his part -- I think he started to become as sick of the officiating as we were. Just shows he has the composure when it's called for but can unleash hell when necessary.
And Ontario and Atlantic City from the looks of it.