Discussion in 'Sports Bar' started by Captain Davis, Jun 1, 2020.
Seeing him smiling and happy brings me life
The happiest we’ve ever seen him
Mac Jones will do well in the NFL
Dickerson gets the final snap 2 weeks after tearing his ACL.
Devonta Smith has got that savant athletic ability. You can tell the way his brain is wired with the similar mannerism and jitteryness of a Lamar Jackson; like they are almost impossibly active. Absurd ability to manipulate one's body and move as needs with or after an object.
Carried Saban to mid field
It’s something else, man. It’s not like this guy is some Julio Jones-level one in a million athlete. He’s barley 6 ft and 175 lbs. There’s just something else going on.
@DW=HERO @RollSonnenRoll Still want Fields for Atlanta?
Mac for a year or two under Ryan
Trask could be good since he's already used to having no running game and a garbage OL.
From afar he seems to have one of those bodies with the reflexes of a featherweight with the length of a middleweight. Mixed with that Hopkins level ball tracking skill.
2021 title odds are out.
Ohio State +500
Texas A&M +2000
Notre Dame +2500
Penn State +4000
North Carolina +5000
Arizona State +6600
NC State +6600
Oklahoma State +6600
West Virginia +6600
This is a long way from panicking in August that we weren’t going to have a season at all. Another enjoyable season shit talking with y’all every Saturday. Roll Tide.
Yes to that
First of many listings tonight
Wait - wut? Surtain already has been a beast in the NFL.
Alabama kicked Ohio State's ass last night. Clearly the better team, congratulations and hats off to them.
Sarkisian called a great game, Smith wad a huge performance - what a stud. I'll be interested to see how he does in the NFL, my friends were saying that Waddle (sp) is probably the better NFL prospect and that the third WR (I forget his name, #8) would probably be picked in the first two round as well. Kerry Coombs' defensive plan was really not that good, but I am not really sure any of it would have made a difference. OSU didn't really generate much passrush, which gave the QB all day to throw.
On OSU side, a tough game. The injuries to Sermon/Davis certainly didn't help, and missing Togiai and the other defensive players was a big miss. Fields was clearly limited in throwing hte ball downfield, but once again it would not really have made a difference. What a great player, I feel very ucky to have seen him play at Ohio State.
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