I hear ya and agree. I'm just saying he has a bulldog isolationist personality. Lets be real, it'll never happen. Its far more likely that Lane Kiffen will be fired at FAU and Arkansas hires him as the OC.
I'd take that but I'm not sure Bobby is capable of being a subordinate.
If Starkel doesn't get the start this week, I'm off the Morris wagon.
Good! I got nervous every-time that guy stepped foot on court. He is a sloppy player notorious for turn overs.
Its about time we had an Athletic Director that actually listens to the fans! Now never change them again!
The Hogs will definitely have to rely on some Freshman but recruit wise, they seem more than capable. I'm hoping Catalon is a game changer, but we'll see. The Hogs will be asking a lot form 18 yr olds this fall.
Hazen has a population of 1,500. Its smaller than small. It should not speak for the quality of high school football in the state. I could name dozens of high caliber athletes from the state.
Hes by far a better pitcher than he was a quarterback at least so far in his freshman year. In high-school he was absolutely dominate in both sports, not to mention the 2018 Razorback offensive line wasn't exactly studs so we'll never really know how good he could have been in football.
Dude, Shaddy was a 23 yo kid. Nobody called it so nobody caught it. Its over and done with. OSU pitched lights-out and where clearly the better team. Also, it was last year. Get over it!
Going into the game, I had a gut feeling FSU was on a mission. Then in about the 5th inning when Campbell's pitch count was getting high, I knew. Arkansas did have some good hits that happened to fall as very catch-able flies. That's baseball. Going forward I dont think Arkansas has the bullpen to make a run. I see Vanderbilt and FSU meeting for the final.
Iowa graduate transfer Isaiah Moss announces he has re-opened his recruitment following pledge to join Arkansas
Ever think there was an issue with the roster already being maxed out?
Hes padding the roster thats for sure! Bright future!
This is fantastic news. He was extremely under utilized in the CBB offense. Hammonds in particular could absolutely shine under Morris.
Dan Mullen? What he did in Starkville is nothing short of remarkable and will turn Florida around quick. In 2-3 years, he'll have high high status among coaching elite I'd wager. At the very least it will be good to get the SEC east back to top form.
Almost all coaching contracts are written that way which played a big role in why Beilema took awhile before landing with the Patriots. It would not supirse me at all if Mizzou is paying this ahole in some unwritten agreement to skirt this.
About time! And to clear any confusion, Tahoma 31 is a cold tolerant Bermuda grass variety. Still Bermuda.
I think the only way to metric this is looking at national rankings over a certain time frame. In that case its close, but for football, the SEC has how many nattys or finished the season ranked #1? Alabama has won 5 of the last 10. Another interesting one to look at would be baseball. The SEC is very highly ranked across the conference year in year out on the diamond.
Almost every program plays music in practice. Except Saban at Alabama. Clemson I know does.
If you really think that, your not paying attention.
NCAA Rules Committee proposes stricter punishment for repeat targeting offenses, amended overtime rules
This rule was very inconsistent all year long and gave the power to the zebras to change the momentum of a game. Now they make the punishment harsher to effect potential outcomes of the following games as well? This is getting out of hand. There were numerous obvious targeting hits that weren't called and several that were called that weren't even close to targeting. It would be a mute point if it was consistent to officiate and therefore coach. Trouble is, its not at all.
London....I think you have a point here. Keep em coming! Football is a trench game and its certainly is in the SEC.
I guess Gainesville accounts for one of the fastest growing economies in the United States then? U of A is doing something right!
With recruiting on a huge upswing, they wont suck for long! Beilema ran the program into the ground.
Seems like bad press when an article headlines "commit list is down another prospect" when in actuality Morris dated a few prospects then upgraded before signing day. Yeah, its pretty wild to see early lower tier commits being pushed aside for higher quality. Don't know that I've ever seen a coach do that at Arkansas but is a necessary part of the process. Other schools do it all the time. Wish Brooks the best of luck.
Julian Edleman, Marshall Faulk, Wes Welker, Ty Law, Teddy Bruschi, Willie McGinest, Donta Hightower, Trow Brown, Adam Vinatieri to name a few. Could throw in Randy Moss as well. All the above will be mentioned as some of the best to play the game without mentioning TB12 or Gronk. No quite a dozen. But also considering the time frame it is incredible. You could argue that several key personnel or even Edleman or Welker are "elite" but they are as long as they play for Bill.
Cole Kelley is not an SEC caliber QB either, which is why almost no one wants him as a transfer. I was a fan of his at first, then realized hes really only good for team motivation and moral.I would have been curious to see Kelley play tight end. I also dont think Morris modified his offense hardly any for Storey, which played a role in the struggle this season. Next season I'm hoping we can snag a transfer like Shane Buechele from Texas or Ben Hill from SMU. So far we look like a favorite to land Buechele. If we can do that and continue to develop Noland and KJ, that would be ideal. At the moment, though Noland with Jefferson right in his heels.
Talk about douchebag comments...The guy almost lost a leg for sport that is entertainment! Get a grip gators. I get we are all tired of the UCF storyline, but give the guy a break.
Enos is a great coordinator...Beilema was the problem and he's gone and no longer coaching.
Agreed. In SEC play, if there is a questionable call, they seem to always go Alabama way...or as my dad says, they are reviewed in Birmingham. The Natty last year was slanted as well. But the thing I see the last 2 seasons in Saban has become somewhat complacent. He's been out coached by scheme in in critical games which is uncharacteristic of the Saban of 3-4 years ago.
I dont think the game had much to do with a young Alabama defense. Clemson would have scored one them regardless. This difference was Clemson both outcoached and outplayed Alabama. Clemson showed up prepared (in Saban fashion) and Alabama showed up thinking they were untouchable. Alabama complacency showed in a big way. First and foremost Bama abandoned the run game this season in lieu of Tua. Bama never had to sustain a drive this season and work for a score or manage the clock at all. So in essence, you forgot your roots all for the sake of Tua. Had you come to this game running the ball, Clemson was not gonna stop you. The interceptions and plays Clemson made are all because Saban put the game on Tua, which Clemson was expecting. I bet Saban doesnt make that mistake twice. I'd expect Enos to have a balanced attack next year.