but he didn't improve his draft stock in any way. His numbers are very similar to what they were here in 2017. His rushing numbers are actually worse.
Feaster made a business decision too but even his numbers didn't improve.
I hope nothing but the best for them, but I don't think either of them helped their draft stock with their new respective teams. Their numbers look to be about the same as they were here and as of right now it doesn't look like either of them will be playing in a postseason game.
Not a chance. I love college football, but I spend most of my Saturdays watching Clemson win and the coots lose. Found out I could be a fan of App State this year.
I also make it a point to watch the big matchups like Penn State and Ohio State. However, I simply cannot watch teams like Missouri play even with our former players on the team.
I can watch football all day on rivalry weekend or conference championship Saturday as those tend to be some good games. Otherwise, I am getting crap done around the house in time to be in front of the TV when the Tigers kickoff.