The blocked punt in 2014
Exum game was peak TimeCop. Completely unbelievable how he figured icing Journell twice and going to overtime was preferable to keeping time on the clock for his team to try to score and win.
Holston and Gary maybe show up?
Motu with the scoop and score in Fuente's first year. 2016 52-10 bro.
New phones don't have to be that expensive if you're willing to compromise. We bought a Moto G6 (certainly not Motorola's flagship phone, but better than most budget handsets) about 2 months after it was released for $260 upfront, no installments. Our only regret 16 months later is that we just moved into a new apartment where we only get cell service if we hold our phones juuuuuuuuuust right, and for whatever reason the option for enabling WiFi calling doesn't appear where it's supposed to in the settings menu, so we'll probably end up getting something else here shortly. Preferably something else that's under $300, so I'll be scouring the Black Friday ads over the next few weeks.
I could see Nester redshirt next year. I think we keep Hudson at center and slide Hoffman over to RG in 2019. Nester would then be behind Hoffman and probably Cannon
Injured. Had surgery a few weeks ago
I personally would like to see some more of the human bowling ball known as Tahj Gary. The 4 carries for 24 yards he had against URI definitely left me wanting to see more of him on the field.
I think most teams are also facing pressure from both their conferences and fanbases, asking for more P5 OOC games. The CFP is certainly not the only factor in that decision.
Also it just sucks being in a crowded section. I remember going to games as a student and shit would get out of control in terms of people. Luckily, or unluckily depending how you view it, tons of students would leave by half so it opened up. I finally went back to a game this year for homecoming and it just so much nicer being in a non-student section area.
Hello, FBI? Yeah, this guy.
What side of the ball is he projected or was being recruited for just curious?
IMO there is 0 chance Hudson or Nester redshirt next year.... I don't even think Hudson was suppose to play C but because of no Hoffman this year, they pushed him to center.... I would think he moves over to G/T next year.
Don't we have a flow chart for this?
The fire marshal and the need to be able to safely evacuate NEZ strongly disagrees.
that could see us land our best recruiting class of all time.
I hope you're right, but how many times have we seen this? Almost every single year... I get it could be good momentum, but it's only 3 prospects who haven't committed yet.
Holy smokes...I thought McClease was a senior! What?? I had no idea we had him back next year. That is amazing. Shit RBs gonna be fire next year.
RIP Jolt Cola.
Not sure how you can claim downward slide with one class that is the smallest by >50% with 3 straight larger classes around top 25. Trajectory implies a trend. Most of the players playing are the young talent in previous classes.
The trajectory will be determined at how the 2017-2019 classes develop, how we do in 2020 with the small class and ultimately can we win and catapult that into a special 2021 class.
Thanks for the kind words. Spent a portion of the day hoisting a glass with a handful of fellow vets, as usual.