No problem. :-)
Best returning QB? Sure, ok. Lol.
Wow, this doesn't seem possible, even for Iowa.
but Iowa only threw 199 times all season
Edit: I looked at Iowa's stats for last year and they had 199 completions, not 199 attempts. https://hawkeyesports.com/cumestats.aspx?path=football
Amani Hooker looks like the new stud in that secondary. The safety was fantastic in his first year as a starter...
Thankfully he was just short of fantastic on JJ's TD catch.
Hey, come on. DoubleLion0408 obviously knows waaaaaay more about football and QBs than any of those guys you mentioned.
I believe the word you're looking for is "rationale." I love guys like you who think you have some higher level of understanding of the game. Let me clue you in on something: you don't.
I'd be even more excited about Michael Johnson Jr. if he was the son of former Olympic sprinter and world record holder Michael Johnson.
This might be one of the dumbest statements I've seen on this topic.
Through two years, he isn't even in the conversation during the Big Ten era of Penn State football.
It still amazes me that there's a 5-star WR from Southern Columbia HS. They must pass a lot more than they used to, judging by Fleming's stats.
The most idiotic statement here might be that Barkley "is basically a straight line runner." Does this person have eyes?
Yeah, but I think they ultimately made the right call on the Haley near-interception.
I used to defend him on this point, but that was back when we had a shitty offense (and even then it was probably the wrong take).
They had like 200 yards of total offense in last year's game (and we had 600). I don't think making a couple of 4th downs would've made much of a difference.
According to everything I've read and heard from recruiting guys on this site and others, Fields is pretty solid in his commitment. That doesn't mean I won't be nervous that he'll commit elsewhere until he actually signs, though. Ah, the worries that come along with big time recruiting...
Matt, I see that your prediction for Butts is "foggy" as of this morning and a Bleacher Report guy CB'd him to Florida yesterday. More worrisome to me, though, is that the Clemson and FSU 247 guys just CB'd Justin Fields to Florida. Am I too concerned about this at this point?
That guy's all like
See, I don't think MSU will bounce back (at least not in a big way) this year. I will concede that they could beat Michigan - I just don't think that they will.
You really think Michigan will have at least two losses before we play them? I could see them possibly losing to Florida, if Florida somehow has a pulse on offense this year. They aren't losing to Cincinnati, Air Force, or Purdue, and they're still better than Michigan State or Indiana. I mean, it's certainly not out of the realm of possibility that they could be 4-2 or even 3-3 going into our game, but I think they're more likely to be 5-1 (6-0 if they win the Florida game).
I don't agree that Oregon vs Nebraska is a "bigger" game than Penn State vs Pitt. The biggest games that day are Stanford at USC and Oklahoma at Ohio State, so the Gameday crew will most likely be in Los Angeles or Columbus.
Edit: Auburn at Clemson is also an option that I'd put above Nebraska-Oregon.
I assume Mushin Muhammad is the son of former Michigan State and Panthers WR Mushin Muhammad?
What were the comments? I've heard a few recruiting gurus on various radio shows/podcasts who seem to think he's pretty solid with Penn State.
the No. 1 player from West Coast Florida
West Coast Florida?
How would you rate the recruiting services? Seems like 247 is considered to be the best of them (which I agree with) and ESPN the worst. Where do Rivals and Scout fit into the equation?
Sounds like a corrupt southern judge character in a movie like Walking Tall.
His one-handed catch against Temple should be in this, too.