Im watching this game right now but Sam Hou State had an equally as rediculous play when the ball was tipped and he turned to dodge one defender, then he ran into 2 defenders and bounced off them for the TD. But still that was a dope catch.
Well, people want karma because it makes their e-penis longer, and if you have a John Holmes e-penis your pretty awesome. Am I wrong?
Do you think pros have fun when they are training so they can win comps and put food on the table to support their baby momma? Fuck fun its all about the Cash serious people need to eating and eating is not always fun
"half of ns isn't old enough to care about this shit and the other half is too high to do anything about it"
this. i mean come on, no matter what league you play in that catch could be called ridiculous. just to have the awareness in such a short amount of time to keep the ball off the ground like that is impressive in itself.
its natural instinct...has nothing to do with awareness.
He actually tried to hotdog the catch by holding it in one hand, realized that it would be jarred loose on contact with the ground so then trapped it against his helmet for a second.
No one will deny that it was a sick looking catch but it wasnt a super difficult catch to make. Thats what people dont realize - most of the "ridiculous" catches that are on youtube, are just balls thrown perfectly for the reciever to make an athletic play. Has anyone ever watched a good D1, or NFL teams practice? you see rediculous plays on the regular.
catching the ball on a slant with a db drapped on you hacking at your hands, knowing a LB is about to blow you up is a much harder catch to make, but doesnt look nearly as cool.
But i also thought david tyree's superbowl catch wasnt all that sick except for the fact that it was super clutch.
If i fall, If i die, Know i lived it to the fullest
If i fall, If i die, Know i lived and missed some bullets
natural instinct is awareness, bro.. thats what sets "average receivers" apart from great ones. There is great talk about this guy going pro. We live in Montana, cheering for a team that hasn't won an FCS Division I championship game for over 30 years. Chill out bro, its giving us something to cheer about. Take your sass somewhere else.
Opening day at my home mountain was December 9th. It was then that I got first chair all by myself on opening day. I am very stoked on this. Good talk.