Just look at the step forward the entire WR corps made last season with just part of the off season under Hartline. I believe that we'll see the veterans take another step forward. Wilson might have the highest ceiling of them all, but I don't think he'll be able to surpass the others on a consistent ability just yet. I do believe he'll show a lot of promise and make some great plays and he'll be ready to be WR1 next season.
edit, someone already caught it
I think there's at least three Ls to MSU that took us out of the running for a NC/NCG
Anyone know where I can watch a replay of the game or at least some of the highlights?
Thanks for the link, it was a great read. I'm not a fan of Ash leaving. Although I've come to terms with losing great assistants. Hopefully Schiano will take some of the sting out of losing Ash.
Does anyone know if he'll be at the bowl game? And if so, what duties he might have?
I think it's supposed to be San Jose State. I too did a double take and thought to myself, "How have I not heard about this college!"
Tyler Ervin actually put together a pretty decent season, 1800 total yards & 15 TDs.
I'm 29 and honestly don't remember the Irish ever being elite—my lasting image is Brady Hoke getting split in half by A.J. Hawk—and yet people talk about them like they're a 21st century blueblood.
I didn't even realize Hoke played for the Domers.
Everything is bigger in Texas.
UM just out Sparty'd the Spartans.
Know what I'm saying?
At this point in the season it really doesn't matter what the polls do. If the Bucks take care of business, there's absolutely no way they get left out. Once we're in, it's just a matter of settling it all on the field. Besides, we do play MSU. The better they're ranked, the better off the Bucks will be after the game.
Three QBs down and it'd STILL be an even game? That's not a position you want your team to be in with your opponent down their top 3 QBs and still having a good shot at a W.
I read it more like life support for the Vtech game due to the suspensions, injuries, and lack of proved/experienced depth. At least this year we have cohesion at the Oline with a great backfield to lean on. But it does hurt OSU's chances.