For those of you who want to see Kris Frost and Marquise Williams along with other notable players.
Peppers at 10, which seems low.
The players for each team are all wearing different helmets. Looks crazy.
Whew....thanks. I've been hitting the Dogfish 90s for the past hour or so and thought it was me.
FACT: That stuff is delicious
You sir are 100% correct and will get upvotes from me whenever I see you on line. Rated #1 beer in America by like three different beer judging panels. I've been seeking the elusive Dogfish 120 for some time with no luck.
Sort of like the Great White Buffalo i think.......
The 120 is a real treat. Buy it whenever you see it. A few thoughts/warnings: (1) Don't even think twice about buying it (despite the price - it isn't cheap). (2) You are a real trooper if you are still enjoying it by the time you get to the end of the bottle. (3) The high hops content has a really interesting side effect the next day.
What are the qualifications to play in special HS bowl games like this, i.e. the Army All-American Bowl and things like that? I bet high-profile recruits get preference, but is the Shrine Bowl for players from the South or something?
Also, how much coaching do the players get before they play the game? I bet they keep scheme pretty basic for sure.
Did you miss where it says "NC/SC Shrine Bowl?"
Player selection process: http://www.shrine-bowl.com/Histories/decisions_decisions.htm
Clowney looks like a beast out there.
There is good reason for that. He's a monster
Clowney was certainly part of the reason why.
Frost made some plays. The had him playing OLB in a 3-4 set. He was switching back and forth as to which side he was coming from. Coaching staff must have had confidence in him as HE was deciding which side he was gonna play when switching up. He did OK staying with the TE in coverage. He still needs some coaching up. At least in this game, he was tackling too high. A lot of head and shoulder tackling. Should have had a horse-collar penalty once.
Overall, Frost had a good game. Hope he comes to Ann Arbor.