Landry Jones is terrible
— Dax Whittle (@DaxOMillion) August 17, 2014
A Pittburgh fan, speaks the truth.
@vipstrippers He's still third-string, and not really close to second-string at this point
— Bob Labriola (@BobLabriola) August 3, 2014
First off Paul Thompson and the 99 yard drive vs Nebraska on 2006
Landry Jones is at 6
Jones will draw inevitable comparisons to Sam Bradford (and other OU QBs with huge numbers). But he has good size, a strong arm, and has improved his accuracy. Major prospect.
Ronnell Lewis is at 17
A defensive end at Oklahoma, Lewis will take his elite athleticism to outside linebacker at the next level. Too quick for many offensive tackles, he should pile up sacks. Added here after eligibility issues cleared up.
No Ryan Broyles, yet.
Here’s a look at the schedule for Jones and Broyles:
8 a.m.: Year of the Quarterback (Jones only)
8:40 a.m.: SportsCenter (live together)
9 a.m.: ESPN RISE (football field)
9:25 a.m.: Social Media
9:50 a.m.: First Take (live together)
10:10 a.m.: Doug Gottlieb Show taping (with Mike Salk)
10:30 a.m.: Scott Van Pelt Show
10:50 a.m.: Podcast
11:20 p.m.: SportsCenter (live together)
12:15 p.m.: ESPN.com chat
12:45 p.m.-1:15 p.m.: College Football Live
1:30 p.m.: Digital Media
2 p.m.: SportsNation
2:30 p.m.: SportsCenter (live together)
3:10 p.m.: ESPN Radio Dallas