Discussion in 'College Football Forum' started by SUBuddha, Oct 15, 2017.
All those folks working at Adidas in Beaverton thank you.
They aren't good enough for you?
Is he out of prison now?
Wasn't WestCoastCFB the guy that tweeted untruths???
The link to the article is in the tweet I posted.
so i'm right then.
Take a lap
i'll do the lap while mommy puts you down for a nap kid...
I've heard him a few times on the Dan Patrick show and I have to say I'm impressed with how he's doing now.He's come to terms with he being the one who created his problems and he's doing some positive work these days.
Never like seeing that. A kid without a degree who could have had one is a shame. Hopefully he gets his life in order and ends up on a good path. Mind you I have no idea what he did. There are a few things people can do where I say fuckm I'm glad he's gone. Hopefully it's none of those.
Oregon's 5* Kayvon Thibodeaux vs Washington's Myles Murao (who happens to be a year younger than Thibodeaux.)
Clemson's 5* Bryan Bresee (class of 2019) vs Washington's Myles Murao (class of 2020).
I wish they'd say what the kid did to warrant being booted from the team. He was a local kid from Puyallup, WA.
We @ State get a shot or two at football elite about every 50+/- years and we need to go back to the 1 time i can remember and regurgitate the recipe for success we had…thee "Dennis Erickson regime" that used the correct amount of juncos, in staters and key position studs, then toss in a squirt w/ a heart at QB. Defense has to be a top 10 as well.
WE GOT IT!
Meanwhile @ Oregon ...
Instant classic from my home board talking about SOS:
"Well at least the zoobs can brag that they have a stronger opponent on their schedule than we do. Bad news is that opponent is us."
“Get outta here you queer Californians with your bullshit politics and uppity attitudes!! Oh wait, you’re a 5 star commit? Let’s hug!”
No One Will Ever Break These College Football Records
Most all-purpose yards gained in a quarter
Record-holder: 305 yards, Corey Dillon, Washington vs. San Jose State (1996)
The incredible part of this record isn’t just the total, but it’s the fact that it’s not inflated by a couple of long kick or punt returns. Plus, it came in the first quarter, so Dillon was sitting at 222 rushing yards and 83 receiving yards entering the second quarter.
At that point, what do you even tell your unit if you’re a defensive coordinator?
So if this record is ever to be broken, it would probably be accomplished by a player (likely a running back who’s also a returner on special teams) running back a kickoff 90-plus yards and having another one or two return opportunities — on top of having a really productive quarter as a rusher and receiver.
Essentially, it would take three explosive plays of at least 50 yards and probably 10 to 15 touches in the quarter to surpass Dillon’s mark. That’s why we don’t think it’ll be broken.
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