He is a 5-star according to 247 sports. However, I believe he is still a 4-star according to the composite rankings which are the rankings most often used.
I’m pretty sure it was Clemson’s compliance who shut it down trying to follow the NCAA standards. But regardless, the NCAA made a statement saying they’re allowing it to continue.
1. He is expected to be fully recovered by next month to resume all normal activities. That gives him 4 full months of full activity to get ready for the season.
2. Oklahoma didn’t let him go. They weren’t expecting him to transfer. They wanted him to stay, but he wanted to be the starting rb somewhere so he transferred out.
Clarification I’ve always wanted but next asked for from people who says they always believe women when they come forward: Do you always believe them as in you would call a man a rapist that was accused by a women without evidence? Or do you believe in that it is always a credible allegation worthy of investigation? Because those are 2 very different things.
Think I remembered reading somewhere that an insider said Hafley wasn’t as high on him as he was on the other DB targets.
If you plan to procrastinate, are you still procrastinating?
This question caused a riff in my cross country team during high school.
Trevor Lawrence is also 30 pounds lighter than Browning so he should be able to outrun him. Dobbins is 4 pounds lighter than Lawrence for a weight reference. That being said, I am in agreement about the exaggeration about how much Borland’s lack of speed hurt would hurt us.
34-31 Buckeyes. 4 touchdowns each, 2 field goals by the good guys and 1 by Clemson.
We just need 1 other guy to step up along the d-line. If 1 other guy can consistently get pressure, the d-line becomes unblockable because then you can’t double 2 people.
Also, luckily for Clemson, according to their fans we don’t have depth at d-line. Do you think they’ll still feel ignorant when they see that we’ve played 8 d-lineman by the end of the first quarter?
Georgia has had an average at best offense all year. Now imagine missing your #1 receiver for the whole game. #2 for the 1st half. #3 basically the whole game after being injured in the 1st Q. Oh wait, your best RB? Only 2 carries because he’s injured and can’t play as much either.
LSU’s offense was very impressive yesterday. Their D proved absolutely nothing though in that game.
If you’re basing your seeding off of 1 game (yesterday), I kindly point you to LSU’s 7 point win versus 7-5 Texas. By far the worst game for either team. 2nd worst? LSU’s 3 point win vs Auburn. What about when they gave up 600 yards of offense to 4-8 Ole Miss?
LSU has 3-single digit wins. OSU has 0.
Ohio State has more ranked wins. More top 10 wins. Higher MOV in those games. Higher ranked scoring offense. Higher ranked scoring defense. #1 in EVERY computer poll.
If you think LSU is #1 because they’re the best team, that’s cool with me. But they do not have an argument for a full season of work by any metric.
Well I don’t know about us always doing the right thing, but I will say it’s frustrating seeing info come out saying LSU’s boosters stole money from a hospital, gave it to players, and the media said NOTHING.
Yep. That’s my only complaint. I wouldn’t be shocked if 25% of our offensive data comes from the backups, and besides the Miami game, the backups provided nothing offensively. Defensively, the percentage of the data from the backups is even higher. I know we rotate a ton of DL, but there was at least 1 drive in the 2nd quarter where we had 5 or 6 backups playing including the entire d-line. The opposite side is that Nebraska has had to play their starters the entire game for 3 of the 4 games. Should be fun though and I do think nebraska is better than most people think, but I got 48-21 Bucks.
Going to the game tomorrow. First game in 5 years. The last season I went to a game, we won the national championship. It’s time again.
He didn’t get obliterated as he wasn’t their DC. He coached their d-line. That’d be like saying Larry Johnson got obliterated last year. Our d-line was quite good. The reason they couldn’t stop up is because Brown’s refusal to play anything but man piled on top of the fact that we have better athletes and a QB that can consistently get them the ball accurately and on time.
In regards to Pete Werner, maybe he is playing better? We have no idea. Do you remember how bad Gareon Conley was a few years ago against MSU a few years ago? Players improve. Let’s find out.
There was definitely helmet to helmet contact. I actually have a picture saved from November that shows helmet to helmet contact without a doubt. I would post it here, but to be honest I’m too stupid to know how to imbed a picture on here lol.
Why couldn’t Tua beat out a QB (Jalen Hurts) he was clearly better than until he got yanked in the last game of the season? Because you’re not benching an incumbent QB that you’ve had tremendous success with. It just doesn’t happen.
Dwayne Haskins couldn’t beat out JT Barrett. Tua Tagovailoa couldn’t beat out Jalen Hurts. It’s REALLY difficult to make the choice to start an inexperienced QB over one who has had great success as the starting QB in your program. Georgia was an overtime away from being a national champion with Fromm starting. There would have to a tremendous gap between the two to make that QB change.
Well his wife already said she didn’t want him coaching again, so I don’t share your confidence but it’s possible.
People around the Bama program said he was actually 3rd in line behind Locksley and Enos even though he was officially the co-OC. Apparently he’s a great recruiter though. Harbaugh hiring a guy who’s never called plays before sounds an awful lot like he wants to control the offense, but wants to get input from a guy with a different philosophy to try to adjust their offense.
I personally think he will win his appeal. There's a stipulation added in the last few years that says you can get immediate eligibility in the event the athlete was a victim of a documented aggregious behavior by a staff member or student of the previous institution. Telling a young black man that him being called the most disgusting/degrading word he can be called in a documented case is not aggregious is not likely a path the NCAA wants to go down.
LET THE GAMES BEGIN
Giving up a lot of points is not an argument to use against Ohio State considering the team they’re being compared to is worse in every relevant stat involved with giving up points. The Purdue loss is the only argument against Ohio State (and it’s a good argument).
Texas beat a crap Kansas team by one score and moves up a spot. Northwestern beat a crap Illinois team by one score and drops 2 spots. Wonder why that is?
Must be my long lost twin. I graduated from WVU (in state tuition was significantly cheaper), but Ohio State is #1 and quite frankly I don’t have a #2.