Until 2009 NFL teams didn't come out of the locker rooms for the National Anthem. In 2009 the Army as part of their recruiting budget paid the NFL to make teams come out and stand in a display of fake nationalism in order to recruit more soldiers.
The OLine while far from perfect cannot be expected to hold blocks forever. Allen was holding on to the ball too long because the WR's weren't getting open and don't have an understanding of finding the holes in the zone. WR's gotta get open and when they don't Allen has to throw it away.
And Bielema set it up for Canaan to run for a touchdown in the Red White Game a few years ago. Check out that video.
My only problem with Stidham is that after half a season and not a single down played in the SEC there has been Heisman talk. He is obviously talented but Heisman talk???
Whatever...the consensus seems to be that A&M is the more important game it is not. TCU is the biggest game on the schedule because if we win that we have a shot at being 5-0 going into Bama. Lose n we are gonna have a long season. If we lose to TCU at home we probably lose to A&M and USCe and the season spirals from there.
I was watching but not listening to Hart. I prefer the Razorback network broadcast.
Arkansas fans completely agree on Cheney. We saw the same head scratching play calling and were happy Bielema asked him to leave. Bielema then brought in Enos who was Smarts first choice for OC.
I agree, if it was for recruits an assistant would have been used for plausible deniability. As it is Freeze was a rich horndog who employed other women to fulfill what his wife would not. He is a great Christian man...just made a mistake. Yeah...right
Geeze dude...Saban didn't look like the best coach in College Football while he was at Michigan State greatness doesn't always happen overnight but yeah go ahead and put down the best coach in Missouri history.One can make the argument that it was the move to the spread in '05 and Yost that created the jump in recruiting that made Pinkel successful but whatever.
Great coaches have three things in common, they are great with X's n O's, they are great recruiters and they are great motivators. Good coaches may have two of the three and you see this all the time in middle of the road coaches who have some success but never sustain that success.Missouri had a great coach in Pinkel and that was the reason for the sustained success in Columbia. Time will tell with Odom.
Then Bjork can say "Unfortunately I cannot comment on that right now. Have me on later after OM fires me and Ill tell all."
Well to be honest you are right. I used to go onto local radio Sports talk shows to promote my business and the local DJ would constantly interrupt me, it was quite annoying and a big reason I stopped. Finebaum may just be a DJ who interrupts folks.
I am no Finebaum fan but when he has a guest on his show who is being evasive with answers to legitimate questions he has every right to interrupt their pat answers and continue to ask the difficult questions. Bjork has gotten away with lies and evasion long enough.
I agree completely. Saban is hands down the best in the college game. Any coach who believes him overrated is sucking on sour grapes.I had a friend who was a HS coach for years and his take on college coaches was: There are good coaches and there are great coaches. It comes down to three things, being great recruiters, being great motivators and being great with X's n O's. Good coaches have two of the three, great coaches have all three and great coaches are rare. Saban has all three.
Look up the connection between Economics and Cognitive Science. There is nothing Mickey Mouse about it.
Try explaining that to your Bama brothers.
Watson earned a degree in Communications which is considered one of the easiest to obtai which is why so many athletes follow that path. Rosen was speaking of the fact that too many schools just want to keep athletes eligible to play. He was speaking of a broader subject not putting Bama down for having dumb athletes. You will of course disagree but even SDS has said that was what Rosen's argument.
Houston Nutt and that didn't go so well.
"His ability to throw the ball is very special and so is his gumbo and boudin balls those boudin balls are truly special."
Rosen's comments have been taken out of context. If you read the whole interview he says "Raise the SAT score and see what kind of team they have. You lose athletes and the quality on the field suffers" He was arguing a point that big time college football and real academics are incongruent. His point was that it should be about education not keeping an athlete eligible to play.The interview is on Bleacher Report.
You see this, I see this, most outside of Mississippi see this however the delusional Ole Miss fanbase just don't see it. I honestly wonder if they don't believe Freeze is going to come back after a year off and lead them to the promised land.
bmlock for the win.
Ole Miss should go after Skip Holtz, he won't cost a lot, will be able to guide you thru the coming storm and hand the reins to the next coach.Miles would be a complete failure, he has inherited good situations and then coasted. He built OSU into a .500 dynamo before taking over a program built by Saban and he then coasted to mediocrity.There is no way he will have the caliber athletes at OM he had at LSU and he didn't do much with that talent.Couple that with the fact that he is the biggest Quarterback Killa since Houston Nutt and OM should look elsewhere.
I honestly think Bielema makes the outlandish remarks so that the spotlight is on him, not because he loves the spotlight but because it takes the focus off the players who are then allowed to just work without the glare.For me if Bielema has us bowl eligible year in year out and challenges for the West (which will have NC implications) everyonce in a while while running a clean program and graduating players I will be good.More Nutt, Petrino or Lord forbid Freeze drama and I will just write off my Razorbacks. We as a fanbase have to understand, we play in tne most competetive half of the most competetive conference in the country. The turn around will take time, there are no shortcuts
From 2004 (the beginning of Houston Nutt's two year pass) until Bielema took over Arkansas fans endured a decade of turmoil and embarrassment. Even the Bobby Petrino era which seemed so promising ended up embarrassing and led to two seasons of more embarrassment on the field.Bielema has brought stability, players who graduate and stay out of trouble. There have been no embarrassing moments under Bielema. People don't realize how bad our APR was before Bielema. We were in danger of losing scholarships because our APR was so low under Petrino.We haven't had the success we all want under Bielema but we have gone to three bowls and won two bowls in a row (historic). Bielema is laying the foundation, the wins will come.
Yes sir...you are correct sir.
And on this we agree...
Weak case? Nutt doesn't care that his case is weak. The whole reason for the lawsuit is to embarrass Ole Miss and get a settlement of some sort. This is all a game of chicken and rarely does the party suing blink before the party being sued. Ole Miss will settle because in the long run it will be cheaper financially and will end the drama that is on top of the Freeze drama and the NCAA drama.