@AZmess thought Geno should have been ejected from a game this year for targeting. Can't remember which game it was though.For anyone who gives a shit about the future of the game and how tackling is changing, here is a good read from 2015.
A new form of tackling -- the rugby-style Hawk Tackle -- is all the rage at Ohio State and could spread across the country. Oklahoma, Nebrantska and others are hoping to learn more about it.www.cbssports.com
Iowa bought fully into this around the time of the article and it’s no coincidence that almost no Iowa players have been ejected for targeting in the last few years.
The OSU targeting call was a discipline breakdown. Period. He decided that the enjoyment of celebrating a big hit was more important than tackling using the technique he was taught. You can waste your time bitching about the rule, but he made the decision.
Morehouse “reported” like the day after the holiday bowl that two guys for sure were leaving early and they were “the two you would expect.” While I do think they both go it is a bit interesting that neither has announced yet if they really have known all along.Anyone holding out hope they're staying needs to wake up. They're gone and deservedly so. They were great while they were here
Hogan is a 4 star with 12 offers including Georgia, Tennessee, and Baylor. And he pretty much stopped getting offers when he committed super early.A pretty shitty FCS team too. They were one of his only offers coming out of high school though. Not to play the "we didn't want him anyway" game but he really wasn't much of a recruit. Petras, Padilla, and Hogan weren't necessarily all world recruits or anything but the difference in offer list is pretty stark. He was barely getting FBS interest much less P5.