Totally agree. I also like hearing how Urban and the administration were on the same page when it came to the suspensions. There is clearly certain expectations set in place for those who choose to play football in Columbus, and if those expectations aren't met, there will be consequences.
More so Dontre than anyone else. He had already been surpassed by Jalin, and still had a ways to go to prove that he was an every down impact player. This will only hamper his progress. He's a junior already. If he doesn't watch it, he may never reach his full potential while in Columbus.
I think the biggest problem people have is that it wasn't so much the "violations" themselves, but the fact that these 4 individuals chose to break rules that they knew were in place, thus putting their entire team and coaching staff in a bind. For lack of a better way to put it, it was selfish.
Urban talks all the time about the culture within the program being a good one. These guys made a choice that clearly went against that culture. If it was academics, I'm assuming they could've reached out for help.
And I finally watched "The U Part 2" yesterday. The segment on the Fiesta Bowl and their whiny tears made me all warm and fuzzy inside.
Lets leave it there.
With no ragrets.
Meanwhile, TSUN is still stuck in 1969, apparently.
Any of the plays in the destruction of Penn State in 2013. That was a long-overdue payback for the '94 game.
Braxton's TD run against Cal in 2012. Then the very next season, the Smooth Sensation tossed a bomb to Devin Smith to the delight of the very pro-Buckeye Cali audience.
He only wanted to go after Braxton after a team vote.
I think we'll have to wait and see how 2015 plays out, but remember:
Jerry Kill was the best coach in the B1G last year.
Before moving on to the day's business as president of YSU, Senator Tressel takes another sip of his coffee and ever so slightly chuckles to himself, knowing he completely wrecked that program.
Landon Collins played not to get hurt? Yeah, well how'd that work out for him?
with less desire to stop them
I sure hope the "osu" you mentioned is the team from Oklahoma.
I am 93% sure Terrelle Pryor is already the Browns' best receiver.
He's also their best QB.
If that were a miniature cat, it'd be spot on.
Other than the Barrett one, they have the wrong guys holding the football like a QB.
Get your #QBgeddon facts right, Russia!
I, for one, would not want another team joining the CFP alongside our Buckeyes. The possibility of having a post-season rematch (in addition to that possibility already existing with the B1G championship game) is just not appealing at all. I really enjoy getting to play teams from other conferences that we would normally not get to play.
Shirtless Harbaugh is jealous of that header pic.
and won 22 (can't give him full credit for SDSU really) straight games as a starter.
Didn't Kenny G start the Cal and Florida A&M games in 2013 b/c of Brax's injury against SDSU? Also a big assist to Kenny G for rescuing us against Purdue in 2012.
I didn't even catch the 189 yards for a single game.
Big ups to you, Remy. These articles are great, and are very much appreciated for stats junkies like myself.
Has 2nd- and 6th-highest single season rushing totals
I'm assuming this is for QBs only?
He scored despite the defender yanking his facemask at the end. It was in AA, so of course it wasn't called.
Longest rush by a QB (81 vs. Indiana; 2012)
I believe Mr. Barrett topped this one last year.
Ohio State has three quarterbacks that could legitimately start for either of the state's professional football clubs.
And since Boomer and Bernie, you could have said that pretty much every season.