Bosa being out is a big deal, but it's not like they aren't deep at that position anyway. Still, one less guy is nice.
H8ers! Like you guys said the deadlift into an immediate box jump + all the other shit is what's impressive. Plus Saquon isn't a powerlifter, he's a football player! We've seen him power clean 405. I don't think it was implied that 315 is his max trap bar deadlift. He probably doesn't even know what it is because there'd be no point in him testing it. I think last year one of the coaches said they stopped him at the 405 power clean because he "proved his point". But you're right armchair athletes, you're totally equivalent. That's why you were also drafted no.2 overall and also make millions of dollars.
Looks like we have to convert DL to OL in this exercise. Luckily PSU has experience with that!
Probably because it's an appropriate response.
>One of best PSU Quarterbacks ever, if not the best.
That's what stinks so much. It's better for you to lose to crappy teams than good ones. I can't argue for it to be different, but I always feel like bad losses should count as much as good wins. For instance I think Clemson's bad loss to Syracuse should put them behind us.
I think I'm mostly disappointed because for a while, especially the 1st half, it really felt like Penn State was just kicking Ohio State's ass. I know yardage disparity or whatever, but you can't hold us not getting an offensive possession because we housed a KR against us, and you can't hold the short fields in the first half against us either. PSU was beating OSU as much as OSU was beating itself. And at the same time, OSU took over the game and won it in the fourth quarter. No flukes and no bullshit here, the better team won.
I guess I really poo poo the whole "Ohio State was doing what it wanted" narrative because we've won two other games where supposedly our opponent "did what it wanted" all game despite losing by 19 and 31 points (Pitt, Indiana). The only reason this doesn't fall in line with the trend on the year is that OSU came back and won it by the end. At some point you have to accept that PSU is good at returning kicks and creating turnovers and that it's not really a luck thing.
My favorite quote from him so far is "Trace McSorley is Very Good."
Yeah I still don't think it's a good argument. He's throwing checkdowns because they're open. Is that not good awareness and decision making? You still have to complete the pass (coughHackcough) I think that's part of being a quarterback. Last year he wasn't good because all he did was throw 50/50 balls, this year he isn't good because all he does is throw it to the open guy who then runs for 50 yards after the catch. My eyes are telling me that we're not taking unnecessary risks in blowout games and in close games, our star player is getting 300+ yards anyway.
Yes, here we are at 5-0 with an average margin of victory of 32 and the above stats to go with it. That guy sure knew what he was talking about.
I don't think a penalty after the play would make them have to redo it, would it? That's only if it's during, unless there's a new rule I don't know about.
Tommy Stevens has some tree trunk legs on him. Looks like someone's been squatting. I guess the days of dumpy, doughy quarterbacks are over pretty much. (This is all of football of course, not just Penn State)
Also not sure if he's in the above but Jason Cabinda looks like a monster this year. Was he always so big and shredded?
Why does this make me nervous?