Not sure we want to replicate the defensive scheme that got shredded for nearly 550 yards.
Yeah, Underwood is a good choice as well.
Gotta be between him and Peikell (sp?)
I think when it's all over, OSU will climb out. Not sure about Michigan. My guess is IU or Wisc fade.
Cackling at the clip for the 900th time.
I say it is just because of what it represents. Beating an elite team on the road in a place where they simply do not lose in the best season of PSU hoops in a generation.
If he maintains his 16.7/game average, he'll get the mark around the second game of the BTT. He's at 1,994 and Battle has 2,213.
Yup. it all counts.
That was a solid SDSU team!
It figures Penn State would have it's best team in 25 years in the same year the big ten is amazing.
I don't want to overstate because it's just one game, but the way the conference is shaking up, you almost have to win every "home" game. Winning on the road is so so so difficult.
Carter had 156 on 21 carries. Just 3.65 yards/carry after that opening run. What a bum! Oregon's QB threw for 456 in that one.
Sorry, that’s not “quite a few” that’s 3 teams over the last 10 years. You can’t consistently recruit for a 3-4 because tracking player growth and development isn’t feasible. 15 nfl teams run it, which means there are maybe 30 capable NT in the entire league. It’s just not something you can commit to at the collegiate level when you get maybe 2 years of production out of a DT.
Serious question, because you say it all the time. Does anyone in college football run a 3-4? Like a single successful example would be great.