I'm talking about video game people who haven't played/coached sports in real life being hired as some kind of coach-like Iowa asked, not athletes who happen to enjoy video games.
Tagavailoa is a camp QB-he is great at throwing to predetermined spots, but if he is forced to adjust his throws due to coverage, or the receiver is forced to make an adjustment-not so good-see the NC game last year. And say what you will, Fields showed a helluva lot more as a true freshman than Tagavailoa or Justin Fields or Kyler Murray.........
Spot on about City of God. Menace II Society in Portuguese.
Shugarts being the glaring outlier...............................
Trevor Lawrence, b/c Clemson would be screwed and we would have the best QB in a long time-sorry Fields............
"Outskirts of Paris"=banlieus=projects/ghettos in the American context......
This is PC pot stirring for no good reason. Plenty of touted white QBs-Tate Martell, scUM starters-can't read defenses worth a rat's ass-or at least worse than Fields.
To answer your question-NO-b/c video game geeks don't understand the physical realities of sports. You can't simulate on a video game what the tOSU defense did to DaU in the Fiesta Bowl-they physically destroyed them to win the game. Ever notice how the running game in video games isn't like the real thing, grinding and controlling when done right, with the OL imposing their will?
I'll take Malik Harrison or Robert Landers all day, every day over Joe Bachie. Josh Meyers too..................
I saw tOSU play PSU in St. John when I was a frosh at tOSU. Greg Simpson, Killer Macon, all of Ayers rascals................
The girl-woman now-was very open and matter of fact about the affair-she wasn’t trying to gain anything financially or retribution wise.
Lol, DV trolls are a fact of life on 11W. Thanks. Hoops insiders are probably more reliable/better connected than football types, in my opinion, but, as I said, the environment is much more fluid.
Hoops recruiting is incredibly fluid at the highest level, with prospects switching classes and HSs regularly, and top rosters changing overnight. It’s not like football where recruits A-can read the roster for the next few years, and B-have to mentally picture themselves at a school for 3-4 years. Decommits don’t happen as much b/c players take their recruiting to the last minute and coaches have to roll with this. Making predictions 6 months out is almost a guessing game with all the variables at play-many of which have little to do with a player loving the actual school for academics and overall fit.
Matta had that going about 10-11 years ago, classes filled up 3 years out.
I think Braxton would be better suited to play RB, but he couldn’t take the hits consistently.
People in Cincinnati don’t exactly share your sentiment any more. Everyone still loves Pete b/c of his legacy, but after the revelation of his affairs with underage girls in the 70s, no one wants to bang the drum for the HoF for Pete-that was the straw that broke the camel’s back for many in the community, including the longtime media.
Speaking of records, Aquino just extended his!
It’s his reaction to adults twitter-stalking him........
Oregon is also one of the “it” schools for recruits out West. Utah and Nevada-not so much.
I think you overestimate the pockets of the boosters. Some kind of fraudulent SUV lease, or helping out grandma with bills every month-absolutely. Financing a high six figure income under the table for assistants or star players-the boosters who do that kind of stuff don’t have that kind of cash.
The coaches disagree w/ starhanderouters? Say it ain't so!!!!!!!!!!!!
You are correct, Sonny is his uncle, not his dad. The whole family is big in the NE Ohio hoops scene.
His brother signed w/ Oregon last year, so anyone but the Ducks would appear to be a long shot at the moment. tOSU probably as much of a chance as anyone outside Eugene.
Bo (and everyone else) knows that Jim Brown is the GOAT and it isn’t close. As for Brown’s thoughts on the matter, he said, “Next to me Earl Campbell is the second best RB ever and I don’t really care about it beyond that!”
Adidas Sambas and Stan Smith’s will be iconic forever. Fashion is fleeting, style is eternal.