I get it. Rutgers football depresses me too.
The improvement up front, from all four guys, has been very noticeable of late. Seems like Miller moves on to try his hand at the next level after this year, but they return everyone else, which seems promising.
All indications are a combination of a minor injury, and some problems holding onto the ball in practice.
Using the MSU-PSU logic, they were lucky to even be in the game since the TD was on a long play.
Not to mention, like you said initially, the entire goal of the read is to take advantage of what the end does. Have they been beat at times? Sure, but focusing on the issues at DE is no higher than like sixth on the list of concerns on that side of the ball.
If you want coaches fired and don't mention the guy overseeing the wide receivers room, I have questions.
I am referring to our new Brandon Smith. He's very good, but watch Dixon's highlight tape against pretty good Michigan competition. The guy is a freak athlete.
Kinda. Pretty much you'd get a lot of the games that are now on BTN on "ESPN+" which was just some fancy branding for regional telecasts. You'd get games on a random local affiliate (NBC, ABC, etc.).
The ACC Network isn't its own station like BTN or the SEC Network. It's like the old ESPN+ days where regional affiliates pick up games. I actually get the ACC Network noon game in Michigan most weeks on one of the local stations.
I believe they are starting their own stand alone network next year, however.
It's just the way Audrey worded it. They had wanted to redshirt him this year, but he will play the rest of the year.
As good as guys like Parsons and Smith are, Lance Dixon is the guy that I might be most excited about in the recent group of LB recruits. The guy's potential is so high.
I thought he got his foot tangled up with #28.
Hard to overlook a home loss to Akron, and a thoroughly listless home loss to Duke.
He is definitely injured.
It's something I want to get in a little bit this week. But PSU has recovered just 4 of 18 fumbles this year. You'd expect that to be right around 50 percent as a huge part of fumble recovery is luck based.
However, since the start of 2016, PSU is actually 30 of 60. They were an absurd 15 of 20 in 2017 alone.