Hmmm. Perhaps it would be wise to not get too emotionally invested in this verbal commitment. He hasn't even visited OSU yet? Really.
I finally and emphatically agree with D.J. on something.
Has the last Cleveland Browns fan finally given up hope and written off Johnny Football now? If so, god's curse may be nearing its end.
Are there any more Bosa's the Buckeyes can sign? GET THEM NOW.
Fickell photo is what would happen if Billy Madison and 'Risky Business' Tom Cruise had a baby.
Homey D. Clown is too hilarious.
That's what I thought. Little badass!
Whatever kind of dog that is, I want one.
Brotato chip put in that work, SON.
I wish I had the time and patience to read all of these expert opinions and prognostications.
I think it's great so many of these young guys are declaring early. It simply means there's more room for more great players.
Go chase your dreams young men! Ohio State will still be here with arms open to give you the opportunity to further your academic goals when your NFL career is over (if you haven't already received your degree). Your body will only be in peak physical condition for so long. Go get paid to play the game you love.
Best Buckeye personality of all time. Hilarious cat.
Maybe it's time for a resurgence of ska music?
I decided to just watch the movie again rather than read all that.
Mike Adams hasn't been cut yet, has he? (Shazier, Heyward, Allen, Grant, Adams)
Oops. My bad.
I believe he could have gone the graduate-transfer route and played for a FBS program in 2016.
Well, let's be honest... #DOLO did not raise his draft stock this year. With the Steelers having taken Landry Jones in the draft last year, they already have a significant investment in a back up. But, I think if they had the opportunity to take Cardale in the 6th round (and realistically they might) it would he a good get. And, he would be in a good position to compete for the role of heir apparent to Big Ben.
That said, I would love to see him drafted higher - even if it was by the sorry ass Browns.
I watched the entirety of the Peaky Blinders catalog in a week long binge and while it was entertaining it's far from the best thing on Netflix IMO.
I'm with you (Dasniksder). One has to remember the point of these documentaries first and foremost is to be compelling TV, not to actually prove anything.
Watching this series will lend credence to all of your lingering suspicions that Wisconsin is NOT a place you'd want to live. Ohio has its share of derelicts, but man, this is not a good look for Wisconsin.