May have been shot. Best of luck to him on a speedy recovery. Hope to see him on the field in the fall.
Apparently he broke a parking garage gate and has been unreachable via mail resulting in the issuing of a bench warrant for his arrest. Hope this gets sorted out quickly and has minimal long-term consequences.
this is self evident, really. our schedule probably will be ranked as the hardest by the end of the year, or at least within the top 5. it's made more difficult b/c alabama at the jerry dome really is an away gave even though it counts as a neutral site game.
Was just driving down State, and noticed the ESPN bus barked in front of Schembechler Hall. Anyone have a clue as to why the ESPN football crew would be in town right now?
I didn't take a picture of the bus, but it was the same on as in this pic.
"All you've got to do is look at Oregon," Meyer said. "We're committed to it. We're still going to pop a huddle once in a while, but we're committed to it."
"I've never run the triple-option until this year," Miller said. "It's neat. There are a lot of things that go into it. I can't wait to run it."
We knew he was moving to the spread, but I thought some people predicted he wold run a hybrid for a while or mold his system to his players. Obviously, if he is fully committed to a full no-huddle spread with the triple option, there are a number of questions:
1. Does he have growing pains similar to RichRod? I know Miller can run, but the team overall is not designed for this.
2. What was all that talk to Bri'onte Dunn about using "big backs"? Doesn't that seem more unlikely in this type of offense? Is it possible Meyer wasn't up front with recruits?
3. I know Oregon had a pretty good defense one year and WVU too, but have any no-huddle spread teams ever consistantly had a good defense? Will the top defensive players in the midwest notice this?