No, but like, genetically engineered mutant pale horses that have teeth on their hooves. This article is coming up in the next issue of SI, but you need to see it now, for its flawless headline victory and for the belligerence of Bret Bielema and for the oh hell, just read this:
The key to this blue-collar slugfest will be which team controls the line of scrimmage. All five starters on the Wisconsin O-line -- left tackle Ricky Wagner, left guard Travis Frederick, Peter Konz, right guard Kevin Zeitler and right tackle Josh Oglesby (who didn't play in last Saturday's 59-10 destruction of South Dakota and was replaced by Rob Havenstein) -- grew up in the Badger State. Collectively they are the third-largest unit in the nation, averaging 322 pounds. Only two NFL teams, Cincinnati and San Diego, have more heft up front than Wisconsin.
We got us a game this weekend, is the point.
Damn good Dawg does not begin to cover it. When he's not wrecking shop against my alma mater, Bacarri Rambo is one of my absolute favorite players to watch. Rambo recorded two interceptions and a broken pass against Ole Miss this weekend, a performance fueled by heartbreaking motivation: The game, as it turns out, fell squarely between the Thursday death of and Monday funeral for Rambo's unborn son.
“It was very emotional, a tough time for me,” said Rambo, who was named National Defensive Back of the Week by the College Football Performance Award. “I just said a little prayer every time before I went on the field. And I could hear his voice say, ‘I’m watching you, Daddy. Go Daddy. Make me proud.’ It just motivated me.”
They might not feel like much right now, but if you're a thinking or praying type, please join me in sending thoughts and prayers of support to Rambo, his family and the Georgia football community.
Is "because these sanctions are somehow stupider than the infractions, which is REALLY STUPID" a valid legal argument? Boise State is appealing the most ridiculous NCAA decision of 2011, which is a designation of some distinction.
Giveth, taketh. Kenny Stills' head is better, although he might not let on if it wasn't. Vanderbilt's extremely Vanderbiltly-named Tristan Strong will miss the remainder of the season with an unspecified leg injury (reportedly a torn ACL).Mike Gundy dance this video options on the table tiny violin plays Orange get compensated like this these helmets and gloves Eleven Warriors commenter you monsters