"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."
- Member for
- 7 years 2 weeks
|43 weeks 5 days ago||WTF? If you drive a stake||
Say it ...let them know your here! APOLOGIZE!? How about apologizing for failing to develop the young men into football players. They lack basic fundamentals and it shows in every game!
|1 year 38 weeks ago||Reaction to loss||
It is easy to throw the coaching staff under the bus, venting our frustrations for their schemes, play calling, etc. However, we have to take the simple fact that it’s another loss to Ohio, has difficult as it is. Taking this loss out of the equation allows us to focus on the positives and the future;
1. The coaching staff has some great coaches on it.
2. This staff has produced big wins in the past 3 years.
3. The Team is young.
4. The Team played an outstanding game Saturday, displaying pride, fortitude and great athleticism.
5. The recruiting seems to be on track.
Therefore, the totality suggests that we need to stay optimistic and let the Ohio grudge gnaw at our souls until we rejoice in the inevitable victory. Hopefully sooner than later
|1 year 41 weeks ago||predictable formations||
I agree the formations are predictable. He needs to implement some motions, exchanges and trades to disguise the formation. Get the LB and safeties moving around and out of position, thus getting more blockers in positions and catching the LBs and safeties in broken coverage. Just a thought…
|1 year 41 weeks ago||Changing jersey # bad luck!||
Since switching from #12 to #98 it has been going down hil! Just saying....l
|5 years 21 weeks ago||3-3-5||
A great coach once said, “There’s no substitute for speed of the football field.” Let the kids run and make plays.