No denying the SEC has the best defenses? Have you watched the SEC this year. Outside of Florida there is a lot of optional defense.
If it's an NCAA violation it has to be passed on to the NCAA. You can't just decide to "go through" the big ten office. It has to be a Big Ten rule that isn't an NCAA rule.
You can't pre-empt a violation of NCAA rules. The big ten and OSU have an obligation to report any violation to the NCAA and it would be an NCAA matter. The Big Ten can't just decide to take a matter instead and not tell the NCAA. It doesn't work that way.
I wouldn't, because improper benefits fall under NCAA jurisdiction.
Yup, i'm trying to figure out the differences in by laws but google hasn't been a lot of help. Plus i'm hungover.
Anyone know the differences between Big Ten rules and NCAA rules?
Most people believe Mosley, Mack, and Barr are the top 3 LBs with Shazier being a little outside of that group due to his size. My guess is that those three get 1st round grades and Shazier gets a second round but would be the first to go if any team 15-32 wants an OLB.
When everyone idolizes people for acting in a manner which is, inarguably, immature it sends a bad message to the middle school and high school kids that want to play at this level. It's a culture issue and it cultivates a culture that acts poorly. It looks bad on the institution and us fans in general that we take so much pride in actions that are immature and inappropriate. I'm not putting anything on you, but I'd wish all fans would hold themselves and their institution to a little higher standard then praising sideline temper tantrums.
But he doesn't always do so. And particularly he hasn't when it comes to the defense this year.
As if matchups mean nothing in college football.
Ohio State plays in NYC this year against Notre Dame on December 21st.