And now for a Friday Night Lights clip involving everyone's favorite character, Tim Riggins. A little something something to help us all through the long offseason. Another way to get through it would be to watch the show to help stave off cancellation...
Monday, February 25, 2008
23. Boise State BroncosWe'll take the respect wherever we can get it. Oh, I'm also grateful that he figured out our starting quarterback for us. Kudos, Mitch Harper.
RB Ian Johnson returns for what seems to be his 10th year in Boise and the Broncos will be breaking in new QB, Michael Coughlin. You would think Boise is gonna stop producing after all these years but I don't think it happens this year. Boise has 13starters returning and their hungry to regain the WAC title again.
2008 Pre-Spring Top 25 Poll [Mitch Harper's College Football Blog]
Ryan Clady suffered a pectoral injury during the bench press and was forced to sit out the rest of the drills during the NFL Combine on Saturday. He was able to bench 225 pounds 24 times, which didn't even place him in the top 10 of linemen. Michigan's Jake Long had the highest number at 37.
Will his performance hurt his draft stock? Not if Brian Murphy has anything to say about it!
That is quite some eisegesis he put on that quote.
He probably doesn't have enough time to pass Long on draft charts, but Clady's status as the second-best tackle in the draft should not change much - even in a draft teeming with quality offensive tackles.
"There are six offensive tackles that might go in the first round," NFL Network analyst Mike Mayock said. "Eight offensive tackles might go in the first two rounds. I've never seen that kind of depth."
Clady's spot in the first round should be secure. His million-dollar future should be OK.
Pectoral injury costs Clady a chance to shine... [Idaho Statesman]
We had a good time watching the Oscars last night, although we were a little disappointed that there was a complete lack of sports throughout the entire four-plus hours. Couldn't we at least have had Will Ferrell do something in short basketball shorts? We will never understand Hollywood.
Here is what we see happening in the nex
- Orlando Scandrick blows everyone away at the Combine on Tuesday, prompting scouts to wonder: "If Scandrick is this good, then Marty Tadman must be great!"
- Academy Award voters go see Into the Blue, declare it the finest documentary ever made, and reverse their decision to give the Oscar to some foreign flick instead.
- Ryan Clady's disappointing Combine performance will be overshadowed when, at BSU's Pro Day, he runs the 40 in 4.3, drags an airplane across the field with his teeth, deadlifts a live horse, jumps from midfield to the top of the new press box and walks on the Boise River.