That bus must have smelled good.
"Rodrick Williams Jr.'s 10-month old, 2-foot-long savannah monitor named "Kill" gets the RB some strange looks when they go for walks together."
Round Two of roundtable interviews. Previously: Troy Woolfolk drops bombs. Up next: Stephen Schilling.
Personnel & Schemes
That bus must have smelled good.
It's good to hear Pace is playing well. He could be a great center.
That's what I'm thinking. Plus, with a strong class including some nice o-line recruits next year, I think we will be in decent shape.
"The run up State Street last week was the senior-led run for the last workout of the year. It's a team bonding experience. Everyone had a fun time running up to the Diag, but a few guys took the bus back when the run was over."
What is it, like a 1.5 miles to the Diag? They couldn't run back? Plus it's downhill coming back to the practice facility. Ah, kids.
Give me a break! I'm 50 now and still run 3 miles daily. I can't believe 18-20 year olds can't jog (or even walk) that small distance.
Barwis needs to have them work on endurance training!
Having said all that, if they win 8 or 9 games this year, they can take the bus from the field to the locker room for all I care!
Can Barwis also take Fat Albert out of Redskins camp and work him so hard he comes out a 6'6 300lb cornerback?
The body of Redskins fandom would appreciate that.
It's not even 1.5 miles, more like a bit under a mile if googlemaps is correct. At that distance its faster to walk anyway than it is to take the bus.
Nice, uneventful press conference. Well done by Schilling. Troy, love ya and all, but that is the proper way to speak to the media. Just talk about people "buying in" a "sense of urgency" and drop a few names of players who might emerge.
And feel free to employ the phrase "I'm not really gonna to talk about [that]."
Woo Hoo, something I did is featured on the front page again within a week. I'm on an MgoBlog-roll.
Barwis still has some work to do, it appears. I can't imagine that this will make him all warm and fuzzy inside.
Barwis, dressed in a bus driver's uniform, picks up tired players, drives them to middle of nowhere, unloads players, fills bus with water, makes players take turns pushing bus back to Schembechler Hall.
will have them pick up the bus and take it back down to Crisler; four guys to a bus.
looks like the prediction that pace would be a great fit despite his relative lack of guru approval is going to be right.
Looks like he's telling someone they're in for a world of hurt (I'm sure what he'd really say would be censored)!
I hope he has a really good year. Everything I see/hear about him suggests he's a really good guy, a hard worker, and a leader in the offensive line. I'd really like to see him have a lot of success this year not only for our team, but hopefully for a bright future for him in the NFL.
There's a sense of urgency among the seniors, and they have a few special things planned for camp "that I'm not really gonna talk about."
I want to know what they have planned
that run to the Diag and subsequent bus ride after a full work out? If it were after a work out or 7 on 7 or other unobserved practice that may explain the bus ride for some.
This is the closest thing I've seen to sticking up for Tate I've seen in a while.
Can't wait to watch this O line in 2010
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