Ohio State football and basketball recruiting.
Does this in any way, shape or form, help us with our chances landing Christian Kirk?
Beat me to it JSS! I'm thinking this has to improve the odds of it happening, particularly with them having Kemah Siverand on board as well.
Great point I would think this helps us drastically
I wonder if the fact we play 3 wr's and run 60% of the time and they play 4/5 wr's and throw 70% of the time will be used against us. For the record I think we open it up with a ton more passing this year and hopefully it will benefit us the same way Meyer getting his first 1,000 yard running back put a stop to the negative recruitment of RB's
Mark my words..I don't need acceptance. I'm catching interceptions on you innocent pedestrians.
Good point Groveport; Meyer just playing hands dealt (and future cards taken) - - we can't assume that what he's done in the past will be what he does in the future.
I put this in the other Christian Kirk thread but I think it should be mentioned here...
A&M now has 3 WRs in this class
4 WRs from 2014 class and 7 WR from 2013 class. How many more WR can a team take?
When you run 4 and 5 receiver sets every play, and assume a transfer or 2, plus an injury or 2, only counting those classes you're down to around 10 for those 3 classes. That's a 2-deep for a true spread passing team.
It will be interesting to see how that team performs this year without Johnny Football slinging it around.
Or Mike Evans
Or that top 10 left tackle. None of those incredible players grow on trees.
Actually, the guy replacing Matthews played RT last year and he's moving to LT, he's projected to go in the top 10 as well.
When I walked in this morning and saw the flag was at half mast I thought, "Alright, another bureaucrat ate it." but then I saw it was Li'l Sebastian. Half mast is too high. Show some damn respect.