At least in the top 5
but Harry Hiestand needs to quit getting a pass. The offensive line is full of highly touted players, and players that are "projected" to be high draft picks. When are they going to play like it?
I'm tired of watching our line struggle to garner a push to get a yard when needed against vaunted defenses like Navy. Not to mention all of the false starts(Stanley and McGlinchey, I'm looking at you) that show up every single game. I know these men are versed on the back pedal, but when all of that beef up front can't blow off the ball and move the Leprechaun back a yard or two in the run game, it needs to be explained.
been a great source of frustration around here. There was no reason we shouldn't have had one of the best lines in the country last season, and that alone would have been good for 5 more wins than we got last year.
Maybe Long will take a better approach. Maybe Kelly will let him. Maybe I'll start dating Scarlett Johansson.
we should at the very least question every facet of the program.
We had some outliers here that questioned our S&C from the very beginning. Turns out
they were right. Similarly, it is absolutely fair to question HH's coaching.
made them weaker. Sounds like a great OL strategy
the line might actually be better than he left side. Immediately.
Lots to be excited about, if it doesn't get all fvcked up.
FVCK IT UP.
It doesn't matter if the ball is snapped with 1 second on the play clock or 35 seconds on the play clock.
Allow me to answer for you. Even if most of the recruiting services did not rank a recruit so highly, but you scrounged and found one outlier that did, you consider such a recruit a "four star" if it suits your present purposes, subject to later denial.
in the thread about it, then the kid is a 4 or 5 star.
If your handle does show up, must be a 3 star.
Disjunctive companion "Or four star." It really rains 5 stars around here.