Eli should have left last year. They talked him into returning for this past season, but he was unable to break the lineup. Nick W, Q, Lamar, and Tyson were just better at what they do than Eli was at what he does. I have mixed feelings about X. He will do one thing great and one thing horrible. He is the reason we came back in the Vanderbilt game, and the reason we lost too. He always gets a weird technical that hurts our team at the end of the game. But, he plays hard and can hit big shots. It's probably a good thing he is leaving since we are bringing in 2 guys that are better players. So, this is a weird good move for all parties involved.
News sites and sports sites are covering the story and drawing interest from readers. All he did was direct his retained lawyer to send a letter.
He is using the legal system to increase traffic to an already aired and completed product. This is a strategy to obtain views on his site from an unreached/unaware market. It's not about the copyright infringement. He's making money.
Let me share what is really going on as a marketer. This is simply a letter, so the news outlets will pick up the story and advertise for his online barber shop videos and uninterrupted site. It's kind of brilliant.
I actually think State and LSU should be about the same on the list wherever that may be. Both seem to have comparable teams coming back.
He's right, but you know who else has got to get better? Garrett!
Mississippi State vs. Penn State
And...we gave them the worst defensive coordinator in the business.
I considered betting on the game last night solely on the fact we were playing Louisville.
Blocking: Aeris Williams
Fun game! I've watched more women's basketball this season than I have up until this season and will watch in the future combined.
Maybe the name G league makes your statement "no one has ever bypassed college to go to the G league" true, but (obscure fact)...Latavious Williams was the first and did it when it was called the NBA D-League in 2009. Then he was drafted in 2010. He's from Starkville, MS.
I vote best knees.
Now they are in the Final Four (both teams.)
I take that back. Johnny Neumann! Only one season, but he averaged about 40 points per/gm.
I would have picked Ansu Sesay instead of Marshall.
Most talented lineup so far in all the SEC.
If I were to do an all-time Mississippi State starting 5, I would only keep two of those listed above.1. point guard - Derek Zimmerman or Darryl Wilson (Wilson is my first choice and was a shooting guard, but he and Marcus Bullard alternated bringing the ball up). 2. shooting guard - Jeff Malone (listed above). 3. small forward - Dontae Jones 4. power forward - Lawrence Roberts (2nd in Naismith player of the year in 2004). 5. center - Bailey Howell (listed above).
It's not the NCAA. But, they didn't pout about missing the tourney and kept playing hard.
Yeah. There are a lot of young, returning good teams.
We're still playing.
Nick Fitzgerald participates in Mississippi State’s first spring practice, Joe Moorhead shares latest on his recovery
I'm just glad they are making an effort to write about State.
Ole Miss, (honest question) Did the fanbase want Andy gone?
Joe Moorhead explains his ‘Chipotle’ offense, why RPOs work and most time-consuming aspect of installation
If I've read all of Moorehead's coaching articles correctly, his offense focuses on reading the linebacker and safeties in the RPO. Mullen's RPO was more about the DE and linebacker.
Biggie, I think your comment is about 10 years too old.