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Comment 20 Mar 2017
The thought experiment I had that bothers me: how many B1G programs would right now trade their head coach for Thad? Is it 4... max? And if Indiana brings in Alford? Hoping I'm wrong, but don't see this ending well.
Comment 20 Mar 2017
Think he'll immediately be a special teams standout and find his permanent position before next spring. And I'm thinking he'll end up on D.
Comment 19 Mar 2017
At this point, "on life support" is a fairly optimistic viewpoint. Seems to me the hoops program has entered "reanimating a corpse" territory.
Comment 07 Mar 2017

Australia & New Zealand are both winners; hopefully you have the time & budget to do them both. Australia has more interesting critters and Melbourne & Sydney are as good as it gets for big cosmopolitan areas. Melbourne might be my favorite big city in the world. New Zealand is even more laid back & friendly than Australia. All sorts of adventuring to be done there; striking landscape changes within short distances. Wellington is charming & very walk-able; Aukland didn't do anything for me though. Bonus with southern hemisphere (or close to the equator) is that you can visit when it's winter here & get bonus warm days in your year.

Comment 07 Mar 2017

Haven't read up on projections, but I'd be happy with TJ Watt learning under Harrison. I definitely like your choice in the 1st rd; still need secondary help. I'm hoping they snag the rb from Toledo to replace Williams.

Comment 24 Feb 2017

I'm not convinced Parris Campbell has been put in the best position to succeed to this point. Regardless, it's now or never for him. I think he and McCall would be a lethal 1-2 punch at HB; I'd be more excited about the potential there than any other aspect of the offense.

Comment 23 Feb 2017

Whenever people bring up Ohio State not being a blue blood in hoops and suggest the program has done as well as can be expected, I point to the Badgers and ask why our Buckeyes aren't even on par with them. And this success has continued through a coaching change no less. How can it be that hard to field a team that at least makes the big dance every year? Apparently it's harder than I feel it should be, but Wisconsin has some how figured it out while not even needing top recruiting classes to pull it off. Thankfully I'm much more invested in the football team, which is as good as it gets right now. But it's frustrating to not even have the opportunity be the one guy in the office pool who has Ohio State in the Final Four every year.

Comment 22 Feb 2017

Everyone knows that jambalaya weight is good weight...