SEC-ond to none
I mean he’s good and all, but you can’t go drafting a guy in the first round if he can’t dominate the three cone drill (sarcasm).
David Pollack suggests Ja’Marr Chase’s opt-out decision was made after evaluating LSU’s downgraded offense
Um... that theory is pointless since the NCAA approved blanket waivers for fall sports eligibility. This season is basically a free year for fall athletes. “The NCAA Board of Governors took a landmark step on Friday by approving a measure that will grant an extra year of eligibility to all fall sports athletes. Even athletes who compete this fall will be eligible for an extra year under the rule, which was recommended earlier this week by the Division I Council.“
I think the Steelers would be a dynamic fit for him. He can be that every down back like Bell was for them.
80 TD’s!? You might want to reevaluate that number. I think it’s closer to 30 than 80.
Reading comprehension must not be your strong suit. Those were listed as allegations. Totals are accounted based on what the NCAA estimates them (said couch sleeping was deemed as around a $350 benefit if I recall). There were no punishments for cash given to players by anyone except for Leo Lewis (who conveniently claims he got $10k from us and State, but could only account for a total of $10k). No charges in the punishment handed down equated pay for play. Go read the final list. It’s long, so it make take you a few years.
And for the record, the “sleeping on a couch” got us two level 1’s and a show cause. Also got a level 1 for a player getting a ride on a golf cart across campus.
And I still laugh when I challenge people to find any “pay for play” allegations, which was the whole basis for the investigation. Go ahead, I’ll wait.
Just be glad it wasn’t dragged out for nearly 5 years
Handing out cash to players: level 3. Letting a player sleep on a coach’s couch: level 1. What has more value: $2000 or one night on a defensive line coach’s couch? Must’ve been a really nice couch.
“At no time were allegations of physical or sexual assault brought against Derrius during his years as a student athlete at LSU,” “ The outlet reportedly found records of both women sharing their experiences with LSU — including informing two unnamed football coaches, an athletics administrator and a nurse.” Ok, so who’s lying? USA Today or Guice because apparently they have documents showing that they made it known. Did LSU try to cover it up?
The one thing that could let this one get away from State is if they can’t sustain drives. They are putting in a whole new high tempo offense and they lost a lot on defense. If they can sustain drives they can keep it close, but with so little practice Leach already said they will have to simplify the offense.
Florida also tends to play close games in SEC openers. Both teams could come out sloppy or both could come out and put up points. I like the under, but barely.
This spread only makes sense to me if you are talking history. Florida hasn’t won an SEC opener by more than 8 points since Kentucky in 2016. Ole Miss returns almost all of their offense. If Ole Miss gets any kind of defensive help this game could be a shootout and I could see a Florida win by 10 point or less.
Exactly. No draft eligible player would risk playing that close to the draft.
Let’s be real here, it’s not about what doctors are advising them. He’s full of it if he acts like there’s not a political pull to play or not play in the PAC 12 just like the SEC/ACC/Big 12. Red states want to play to prove Trump right and blue states want to keep the virus as relevant as possible until the election.
I don't see how a spring season is even possible. Draft eligible players will have no chance to play and you can't convince me that you will have schools playing 2 seasons in the same year. That sounds a bit out there for me. I would bet on a complete cancellation of football for the Big 10 and PAC 12 before a spring season.
My argument is that football is a dangerous game regardless. Every snap you play you risk life and limb. If you are more scared of a virus with a 99% recorvery rate than you are of dealing with lifetime injuries like knee pain, concussions or paralysis then you probably shouldn't be playing football to begin with.
I fail to see how wanting to play football is the same as "tucking tail and running" from the conference. If the B10 wanted to play, but Nebraska wanted to sit out, then I would consider that running. Nebraska never said they want to leave the B10, only that they want to play football regardless of what the rest of the conference does.
Some people hate Bama, some people hate LSU, some people hate every team but their own....everyone hates the thought of not having a football season and I can't help but agree with Saban.
smithdk4 I am stealing "feces spectacular" from you lol I've never heard that one.
But we have had a season in a swine flu outbreak. I think we are handling this 100x's better in terms of precautions and general awareness, but let's not go crazy and cancel the season for something like this. Wear masks, limit fans, do whatever it takes. Let's play ball.
Ole Miss players recently tried wearing the gaiter masks (sleeve type masks that you pull up from the neck over the nose and mouth). Almost every player said it was equivalent to being waterboarded once the sweat soaked into the masks.
You mean Chad Kelly's jersey?
Mississippi: Ole Miss had one positive student-athlete test, with nine others going into quarantine after contact with the positive case. One Rebels staff member also tested positive, as did one athlete who tested positive before arriving on campus.
Does the media even investigate a story anymore before they write this stuff? There were not “12 positive tests” last week. There were 12 athletes placed in quarantine awaiting test results. All came back negative.
boxster355 I suggest you google "stars and bars" before you claim to know what it is.
BamaTime are you simple or just have no knowledge of history like the rest of people these days? Georgia's flag is the original flag of the Confederacy. Try using Google before you start trying to teach a subject you don't know. Get a pencil and take notes little boy. Arkansas added the 4th star at the top of their flag to specifically represent their state belonging to the Confederacy. Georgia's flag is an exact match for the confederate flag (not the battle flag that is on Mississippi's flag that everyone confuses it with). Georgia's flag is the "stars and bars" with the state seal in the middle of the stars. GTFO of here with your no history know self.
I agree with you. I am just saying why are they focused on Mississippi's flag and nobody else's? Georgia's flag is literally the flag of the confederacy.
Did I miss the announcement where they banned games in Georgia or Arkansas, or half the other states for that matter?
Don't feel bad. I have a feeling that Ole Miss and Rebels will be out sooner than later. It won't take long for War Eagle and LSU's mascot to be on the chopping block.