Net yardage is very important. It reflects punt yardage net of return yards, so the effect of hang time is incorporated in net yardage.
Per CFBstats.com he averaged 41.42 yards per punt, or 6th best in the PAC 12. Not sure where they got the 75 yard punt thing from. Said that...
You’re wrong. Ohio State WR Olave made Jack Tuttle a 4* QB in HS. Tuttle performed well at Elite 11, committed to Utah and when he ended up 3rd...
Slovis was a 3-star, but his 5-star receivers made him look like a low 4-star.
The USC receivers make Slovis, not the other way around.
Keystone is about as lightweight on the steeps as you can get in Colorado.
I went to an all boys prep school (Servite) where getting dumped was a badge of honor.
Oh kinda like she did at UNC where their athletes were enrolled in bogus classes? At least at USC they’ve got players like Sears doing grad...
Keep the WRs in front of you and make the tackles vs defending the ball to prevent YAC. If it’s a long 50/50 jump ball, take the sacrificial PI...
Bro you need to check the legacy asshat. Those days are long gone and the Helton insurance policy makes it certain it will stay that way.
Jaylon Johnson, DB Utah leaves for NFL. Graduates this month, but played as a Jr this year. Projected 1st or 2nd round.
I don’t think the CFP wants to see OK lose 4 in a row.
Won the zero waste challenge, but lost the PAC-12. What a freaking stooge. Add a Braid and she’s Greta Thunberg.
So long to the gimmick offense.
Ironically, Utah would have been better off not taking out Slovis on the 2nd play. Slovis was good for an easy 3 INTs.
You live in Arizona and you’re lecturing me on blue bloods. Ain’t that rich......err probably not.
That’s it, you’ve really hurt my feelings now.
Keep digging. You’re good for a belly laugh.
The irony in that statement is just rich.
Vegas line for the PAC CCG opened at Utah -6.5