Probably makes more money at Clemson than he would on a rookie contract.
Georgia was running a spread-ish offense this past season, with some I-formation still mixed in. I don't think it'll matter who their OC is as long as Kirby keeps handcuffing them.
Without, he lost the QB battle to Haskins and wasn’t that great his year with LSU.
Tom Brady got beat out by Drew Henson at Michigan. Guess the Patriots wasted a draft pick on him.
I agree. That Auburn team had about the worst roster I've seen from a championship squad. Newton carried that team for the entire season, just like Burrow carried LSU this season.
Matt Rhule is a defensive-minded coach that completely revamped Baylor from high-flying offense to tough, physical defense. Baylor is probably the only team in the Big 12 that has a defense worth a damn.
The smart thing is to stay put and draft Burrow. If they trade back and acquire say 3 first round picks, I have zero hope they'll be able to nail every single one of them, or even two of them.
Bengals are not trading out of the first pick. Mike Brown turned down an entire draft's worth of picks, plus a 1st and a 3rd the following year, to draft Akili Smith. He's about as anti-draft trade as you can find.
I'm expecting to wait two more weeks after this one. I think the Titans beat Kansas City.
This is the first time I've ever seen this picture colorized. It makes it even more badass.
And if I had to make a bet on it, I'd say either Chase Young or Jeff Okudah makes it 4 out of 5 next season.
3 of the last 4 years a Buckeye's won Defensive Rookie of the Year. Joey Bosa in 2016, Marshon Lattimore in 2017, and now Nick.
If Burrow was the starter last season, he would've went pro last season. Day would've turned him into a 1st rounder without Burrow needing to stay this season.
If he was better than Haskins last year, Urban would've started him.
Stealing signs to help win the World Series only gets you a one-year suspension, but betting on baseball games results in a lifetime ban and barring from entry into the Hall of Fame.
I just love baseball's consistency.
Did he think Burrow transferred to Florida?
You couldn't pay me to watch this game.
Not only that, they traded up to pass on both these guys.
I've never been a basketball fan. I always found it irritating how the last 2 minutes of a game could take half an hour with all the intentional fouls and reviews to get the clock exactly right.
I like baseball. I understand that a lot of people find it boring, but it's a nice change-up (no pun intended) from the intensity of football. It's way more laid back.
What's most impressive is that they've had three different head coaches in this nine-year span. One guy leaves, they promote from within, and the formula remains the same.
Coombs just helped the Titans hold Tom Brady and Lamar Jackson to 25 points combined in two playoff games, with a chance to take down either Deshaun Watson or Patrick Mahomes, and potentially Aaron Rodgers or Russell Wilson in the Super Bowl. I don't see how this could hurt recruiting.
Tannehill's a better passer. The threat of him going play action does open up some more running lanes for Henry.
I can wait another week (or three) for Coombs if it means Tennessee knocks Baltimore out.
And now he gets to watch Haskins carve his secondary up twice a year.
Urban is the new Jon Gruden. He'll stay out of coaching, and for the next decade, he'll be rumored for every major coaching vacancy.