Can anyon explain the process behind the hardship waiver process? What is the likelihood that he gets or doesn't get it and how long does the process usually take?
Here's all I could find for clips featuring Ty Isaac last year. Not a lot but better than nothing.
Vs. Fresno State (bowl game)
According to The Star Ledger Jabrill Peppers plans on running track at UM after becoming the second boy ever to win both the 100 and 200 meter races.
The amazing part is:
The 6-1, 210-pound Peppers — brawny and chiseled with muscle — cuts an imposing figure on the track, looking like a freight train next to mostly smaller opponents. He says he is still only starting to learn proper technique when it comes to sprinting, but he is such an extraordinary athlete it has not mattered.
“I’m just running on sheer strength,” he said.
Congratulations to Schofield. Lots of hard work is paying off for the young man.
According to the Denver Post, Schofield "has been impressive early, getting some reps with the second-team offense during the Broncos' organized team activities this week."
We have our QB and don't think he was on our radar, but hopefully he stays out west.