Most intimidating sports

Harrison never shied away from a huge collision and always kept his mouth going.

It’s truly hard to fathom that Bennett entered the NFL as an undrafted free agent.

Even giving the scout team a sixth defender didn’t sufficiently imitate the difficulty of inbounding the ball, advancing it up court and trying to run set offense.“It’s honestly very, very hard for a team at our level to try to simulate the speed, the athletic ability and the relentlessness of their defense,” Herrion said. There’s nobody else in the country who does what they do.”Such are the concerns of every coach who has prepared for college basketball’s most intimidating defense so far this season.

Twelfth-ranked West Virginia has reeled off eight wins in its first nine games by unleashing a ball-hawking full-court press that’s more plunderous yet more disciplined than previous incarnations.

When you really think about it, the game of football is all about intimidation.

Quarterbacks try to intimidate opposing defenses with arm strength and precision, while middle linebackers go the more conventional route of intimidation by delivering crushing blows to running backs and wide receivers.


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