In this article, The Statesman highlights our young (except for Old Man Williams-Rhodes) corps of receivers, and how WR Coach Junior Adams is shaping them into the offensive weapons we need them to be with a new QB. I must admit, I was worried when Matt Miller went down last season, and Sperbeck stepped up to fill his shoes in a hurry. I feel like even I could be quarterback and Sperbeck would find a way to catch the wobbly ducks I put into the air! And I really like Chaz Anderson as our deep threat! If Finley can learn a Casey Pachall pump fake (*Gag, sorry), Anderson could get really open on a double move.
Like a bug.
This is a big man, as Casey could testify after standing in his shade on the sidelines during the scrimmage. Odhiambo has been working with his veteran line to create more cohesion, and I can't wait to see them create a wall of protection against P5 opponents!
This article requires Insider access, but you can at least catch a sniff of the first paragraph.
You know, I was talking to my cousin at a reunion recently, and he said he'd been watching baseball on an app that required a subscription. He got the password from a friend who got it from a friend who got it from a friend, etc. Nobody knew whose account it was originally, but they've been using it for years. Every once in a while, they'd toast Foxyguy13 for his selflessness. I don't know why I share this.
The ball's in Baylor's court now: I think these emails absolve Boise State in the Baylor/Ukwuachu scandal, so I applaud our program for being honest and holding their players to a higher standard. In light of this, I think Finley's alleged infraction must be minor enough to necessitate minor punishment from the program, and I trust Harsin made the right decision.
OMGosh, this made me LOLoud! Cat Hospital; the only soap opera you need to see today. (My favorite parts are the bad kitty and unplug.)