This School’s Recruiting Graphic Is Getting Crushed

Zach Mettenberge releases a pass against Arkansas.BATON ROUGE, LA – NOVEMBER 29: Quarterback Zach Mettenberger #8 of the LSU Tigers throws a a pass against the Arkansas Razorbacks at Tiger Stadium on November 29, 2013 in Baton Rouge, Louisiana. (Photo by Chris Graythen/Getty Images)Which college football program produces the best quarterback talent? USC takes the cake with the most quarterbacks drafted, with a few notable names such as Carson Palmer and Vince Evans.Let’s narrow that down to the SEC. One school believes it is “QBU” at least over the past 20 years.New LSU offensive coordinator and quarterbacks coach Steve Ensminger touted the program’s strength at the position.Check it out.“Competition breeds excellence.”Come compete to be the best right here at LSU #GeauxTigers— Steve Ensminger (@SteveEnsminger) May 15, 2018The graphic didn’t go over too well on Twitter, with people coming out of the woodwork to rip LSU for its recruiting tools.Each one more terrible than the last— Kelsi Hendrix ?? (@KelsiHendrix10) May 15, 2018This is just sad— A&E presents: A True Duck Story? (@JusGettinBetter) May 15, 2018Their marks on the NFL are undeniable…— Gator (@hgators85) May 15, 2018Matt Flynn has had the best NFL career and it’s been spent as a backup. Yes, Rohan Davey won two Super Bowls, but he wasn’t good enough to hold off Matt Cassell for the third-string spot on the New England Patriots.Perhaps the Tigers should stick to touting their defensive backs instead? Just a suggestion. read more

Constant communication helps Ohio State mens lacrosse to 1st win of 2015

In the classroom, Evan Mulchrone studies marketing, but on the lacrosse field, the senior defenseman credits communication for building success. That communication helped lead the Ohio State men’s lacrosse team to its first win of the season at home against Robert Morris on Tuesday, defeating the Colonials 10-6.“Communication is our No. 1 standard on defense,” Mulchrone said. “Talking to each other, knowing who’s hot. Constant communication is key for a successful defense.”And successful he was.Named the player of the game, Mulchrone accepted every shift in the second half of the game, coach Nick Myers said.“He was a warrior out there,” Myers said. “He played 60 minutes of Buckeye lacrosse.”In company with Mulchrone and the defense, a cast of star players emerged from the offense to lead the Buckeyes to their four-goal win against the Colonials, a redemption following a 9-8 loss to Detroit on Saturday.Freshman attackman Colin Chell tallied his first two goals as a Buckeye during the first half, immersing himself with the team both seamlessly and selflessly, something senior midfielder David Planning said is crucial.“Colin fit right into our system from day one,” Planning said. “He runs all around the field, with or without the ball. The key to our offense now is that we’re all sharing the ball.”Junior attackman Ryan Hunter chipped in with three goals against the Colonials, bringing his two-game point total to five and setting the tone for the offense, Myers said.“Ryan’s doing his job,” Myers said. “His job is to put the ball in the back of the net. He’s a finisher. And when the ball hits his stick, that’s what he’s supposed to do.”While the team in part owes its first victory of the season to individual efforts, Myers credited a selfless, organized attitude, along with setting and achieving goals, sealing the win for the Buckeyes.“We knew Robert Morris was capable of scoring in bunches, so we wanted to sent a tempo early,” Myers said. “We organized well. We shared the ball very unselfishly.”And it was that team effort that revived “Buckeye lacrosse” and gave the team its win, but Myers said this is just the beginning.“It’s a step in the right direction,” Myers said. “This is a humble group. They know what they need to do to get better.”OSU is scheduled to return to the field for its third game of the season against Delaware on Sunday at the Woody Hayes Athletic Center. read more