Especially from a school like Wood that's been pumping out talent lately
I recall when Meyer was hired he asked the staff he was forming to give him three years together to do something special. I'm really hoping CJF is doing the same with this group (this being year 1). And as mentioned, a salary raise for the full staff wouldn't hurt.
So, now that it seems Thomas is in the picture more, will it come down Thomas OR Wade or can we do both?
I haven't followed enough of UM recruiting to know where they stand now with #'s, I just know they have a lot of commits. So, any idea their realistic numbers for class size and the guys they're chasing. Seems like they can't possibly take anymore at this point.
It's funny, every pass looked great...except for that fucking screen. Looking forward to watching this in the morning with a clear mind though
Did Saquon say "little kids sliding into your DMs" in a (semi?) national interview? I love what social media has done
Interesting, I didn't realize they even listed them separately and I didn't even bother to look. Oh well, I'll eat crow.
Gotta disagree with you on the safety positions, even if it's a minor detail. I'd pencil in Allen as the SS and the FS spot being open at the moment. Allen fits the SS position much better with his ability to attack the run and play more in the box. FS will be that guy playing center field, which Allen could probably due, but I think is better suited for a Golden or Apke type guy.
Now, if Koa somehow becomes the other starting safety, then I could see Allen moving to FS and Koa being the SS.
I'm 7th overall in my fantasy draft, I'm really hoping he's still there at that point.
He's an ultra douche and very full of himself. Hence, why he got knocked the hell out. He can be better once you get to know him more, but if the first impression is bad then you'd probably never like him.
Oh, I'm sure. I just love saying Jordan Norwood is a record holder
And Jordan Norwood still owns the record for the longest punt return in Super Bowl history
I'm the complete opposite. I feel if it's not Barkley, this team is flourishing in this offense.
Got it, thanks man. I'm a big fan of hockey, but admittedly I don't follow PSU or any other hocked outside of the Flyers. Definitely need to get into it more though.
What are you referring to when you say the "unstable future" of the program? I'd think it's pretty stable having a brand new arena. Are you just referring to the lack of senior leadership?
I get where you're coming from and you won't get a down vote from me, regardless of my feelings for Redd. However, I think the better argument would be that whole team didn't get a fair shake, whether they stayed or not. Had he stayed, Redd would have been the focal point of that offense. Hindsight is 20/20, but I think he screwed himself by leaving and going to a school that had a loaded backfield at the time.
It was something about Lilly being his spirit animal, I don't know. I saw the name and scrolled right through.
So, I'm reading through some Rio moments on Twitter this morning as I'm peeling myself out of bed. I watched the whole Lilly King finger wag go down live (can't wait for tonight), but wanted to catch up on Twitterverse thoughts. Of course, fucking Dokish pops up on the moment as a highlighted tweet.
I'm intrigued, please explain.
He was recruited as a DT, but he was also before Jones.
Agreed, keep this format. Without a version of the 'z' button to scroll through comments, this is much easier to go right from question to answer.
And there's a good chance that whole not getting drafted thing changes in 2017. Minnesota has a OT that is ranked as the #12 best tackle in the country right now for NFL draft prospects. Clearly, Limegrover made his mark there, even though he technically won't get credit if he does get drafted.
i mentioned it in another post, but I can't wait to see Hamilton in the slot. He won't be overly explosive, but he's got the size/route running ability to beat a nickel/dime corner and the speed to beat most LBs.
I don't know if it's "normal", but I think it happens more often than you'd think. A lot of people want to work close to home or "where they're from", so for coaching, it may not be their alma mater, but to work in their home state.