Smart Links – 10/6/2011

Advice from Steve Jobs.

The tire juke drill for runningbacks.

Texas defensive coordinator Manny Diaz has no qualms about taking risks.

History of the Erhardt-Perkins offense.

Love the fullback pop pass.

Re-conceptualizing the strong safety in the 46.

Celtics great Bill Russell joins the lawsuit against the NCAA regarding the use of former players’ likenesses.

Civil Rights leader Fred Shuttlesworth has passed away.

Seth Davis, an intelligent guy, fails economics.

Closing the book on Bryce Brown.

A mixed bag, but a couple of these deleted scenes really are great.

  • guesti

    doesnt look too good for diaz tonight

  • John Phamlore

    Texas’s problems vs Oklahoma that made the game not even competitive fall squarely on the head coach Mack Brown who refused to make a decision about who is the quarterback of the team.  Everyone knows that when healthy a quarterback such as Peyton Manning demands all of the reps during practice, not out of selfishness, but because a quarterback and his receivers need all of the repetitions they can get so that in a game they can execute plays properly.

    A team with two quarterbacks is a team with zero quarterbacks.  It astonishes me that teams keep repeating the mistake of trying to alternate quarterbacks in a game who do not have defined and distinct roles.

    Tebow as a freshman running into the game to run a designed quarterback run is acceptable.  Tebow being asked to run the passing game similar to Leak would have been a travesty.