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|1 week 4 days ago||Stiff hips||
The biggest/most consistent knock on Peppers I've seen is scouts saying that he was "stiff hips," which plays into his percieved weakness in coverage. I honestly don't know if that is an easy habit to change or not, but I can definitely see why it is a concern.
|2 weeks 5 days ago||Amazing...||
Matty Ice to Jones... money.
|2 weeks 5 days ago||What the what?||
What was that pass?
|2 weeks 5 days ago||8 feet tall receivers...||
A lot of Brady's passes are kind of high tonight, I don't know if that's a by-product of the lack of time or what
|3 weeks 2 days ago||Brad Robbins?||
Was P Brad Robbins (0.7297) excluded from Michigan's data set? Just curious because it looks like K Blake Haubeil (0.8321) was included in Ohio State's data.
|4 weeks 1 day ago||Why?||
I don't understand why the automatic response to Kirby Smart killing the recruiting trail is "BAGMEN!!!!$$$$$$"
Sure, UGA went 8-5 this season, but Smart can easily play that off to recruits as a "transition year." The vast majority (17/23) of Smart's current class is homegrown talent from GA. Richt failed to lock up the state during his tenure there, but Smart has made it a priority to keep in-state kids close to home. Plus, a lot of recruits are probably going to be easily enamored by Smart's history and 4 rings from 'Bama.
|4 weeks 2 days ago||Also, Kevin Wilson's former co-OC||
I'm honestly more excited that Frey was Wilson's co-OC at Indiana. It should give Harbaugh great insight into OSU's upcoming offense. Harbaugh is going all-out to prevent a 0-3 start.
|5 weeks 20 hours ago||Floor vs. Ceiling||
From what I've read, many of the coaches and scout see Walker Little as the most game-ready OL in the class. As in Little could start and perform at a high level (All-Conference) from Day 1, but guys Foster and Leatherwood have more potential/higher ceiling.
|5 weeks 2 days ago||"Flamed out"||
Harvin when healthy was a rising star/electric athlete, but the combination of his migraines and hip giving out on him never let him reach this potential.
|5 weeks 2 days ago||Recruiting||
Oh great... more recruiting firepower for Urban. I was really hoping that Jalen Ramsey would win the DPoY, so that Ohio State wouldn't sweep all 3 Rookie of the Year awards.
Only makes it worst that 4 of them made the All-Rookie team too.
|5 weeks 4 days ago||Kyle Kalis||
When Kalis committed I thought we were in for a new era in Michigan recruiting, and Hoke finally broke down the wall around Ohio that Tressel built.
#1 OH recruit, #4 OT and #22 overall... plus after he made the "there will be blood" comment, I was convinced we got a top-tier athlete who was also hungry to pound on "Ohio."
|6 weeks 3 days ago||2 wrongs = 1 right?||
I remember how incredulous MGoBlog was years ago when Saban was "processing" players by withdrawing scholarships at the last minute, not renewing 5th year seniors, "medically retiring" non-contributors, and etc...
Now we're to the point were we are justifying it because "everyone is doing it!"
|6 weeks 3 days ago||Thanks for the info... A different era I guess||
Thanks, but it still kind of falls in line with what I was hearing from Indiana fans, and "insiders" on blogs. That Kevin Wilson was an head coach like those from the era of Bear/Bo/Woody that liked to get in your face and scream.
In the new age of being PC, and putting a premium on player safety, I don't think IU wanted to hitch their wagon to a coach like that anymore that could put their program in a negative light. Nick Saban and Bill Belichick are in the same vein of coaching style in terms of being of no fun, all work, yelling grouches. They get away with it by winning Championships, but it looks like IU didn't think 6-8 wins was worth all the trouble.
|6 weeks 3 days ago||Shitty human being||
I've asked this before, but didn't really find an answer.
Has Indiana officially announced why Wilson was fired? I know the rumors were player mistreatment, but since then I've seen some current and past Indiana players come out to support Wilson. Some Indiana blogs sources are saying that the allegations were way worse than what actually happened, and the university administration decided to cut their losses instead of deal with the potential bad publicity. So is this like the Mike Leach/Texas Tech situation where a helicopter parent blew up what actually happened?
|6 weeks 4 days ago||Nick Saban||
Psh, Nick Saban only 4 NCs in 8 years, what a trash coach lololol!
|6 weeks 4 days ago||Jesus...||
Can Alabama ever be stopped...
|6 weeks 4 days ago||Offensive stars?||
Are Jake Butt (4*), and Amara Darboh (4*) not "offensive stars?"
|6 weeks 4 days ago||$1,431,250||
Brent Venables is earning every penny of his $1.43 million salary this game.
|6 weeks 4 days ago||Butt stuff||
|6 weeks 4 days ago||Indiana?||
Has IU released anything official regarding what happened?
I saw that a bunch of current and past Indiana players came out on social media to defend Kevin Wilson, and said that he was tough, but never abusive. It sounds a lot like the Mike Leach situation at Texas Tech where the allegations were much worse than what actually happened, but the university cut their losses anyways to avoid bad publicity.
|6 weeks 4 days ago||"...they'll have another guy just as good right behind him."||
Right now Samuel's natural replacement is Demario McCall. As a backup in garbage time, McCall had 270 rushing yards (5.51 ypc), 4 receptions for 81 receving yards, and 4 total TDs.
Samuel will definitely be hard to replace regardless though.
|6 weeks 6 days ago||Based on Business School rankings...||
I was curious, so I Google'd it. The business school rankings of Okudah's top 3 choices:
|7 weeks 1 day ago||I disagree||
I'd argue that OSU's biggest strength this year was their defense (especially secondary) over the offense. I think them losing star power on their defense will make a bigger the impact than if they lost someone on offense. Their secondary is already pretty ravaged with losing Hooker and Conley.
|7 weeks 1 day ago||Net loss||
Tyquan Lewis returning is relatively huge for them, but still think they have a net loss from losing an unanimous All-American in Malik Hooker, another All-American in Raekwon McMillian, and All-B1G 2nd team Gareon Conley.
|7 weeks 3 days ago||Not just Ohio State||
The NCAA is set to meet in April, and is heavily leaning towards approving a 10th asst. coach position for all teams. So until then, all Urban has to do is hired one of them as an "offensive analyst" until the rule changes.
|7 weeks 3 days ago||Stanford v. Oregon?||
If you're talking about Stanford v. Oregon when Chip and Harbaugh were there, Stanford went 1-3 with 2 of them being blowouts favoring Oregon.
|7 weeks 4 days ago||NFC North||
Being a sad Browns fan, I have to say that Maurkice Pouncey, Marcus Gilbert, Carlos Dunlap and Joe Haden aren't too shabby.
|7 weeks 4 days ago||Classy as hell||
Say what you want about the program and its fans. Penn State's players themselves deserve this game, and were classy as hell rallying around an injured Adoree' Jackson.
|7 weeks 4 days ago||Good||
Hooker was a certified beast in the secondary. Unanimous All-American, 84 tackles, 5.5 TFLs, 7 INTs, 3 pick-6s, 4 PBUs, and 0.5 sacks. I will not miss him.
|7 weeks 4 days ago||Benefit of the doubt||
Considering that Penn State has outscored opponents 325-108 in the 2nd half this season, I'm willing to give him the benefit of the doubt.