Look, he told us twice and been inferring even more. He is coming back. He told us when he first got injured and at the championship celebration. HE IS COMING BACK. So enough with the Braxton Miller threads unless you have real news. (Nothing personal Bass, this rant is for all the Braxton Miller threads).
If I remember correctly, the cup is to be hosted in North America in 2026. Canada and the United States are supposed to bid for that. Both supposedly voted against Blatter. So if hosts are voted on during Blatter's reign, he cannot hold a grudge without showing he is corrupt, and if he does say no to both Canada and the U.S., he will be out for sure (I hope).
Not surprised but I hoped Prince Ali would win. The only way to change FIFA is to get Blatter out. Since that is not happening any time soon, FIFA will continue to be the corrupt organization it has been all these years.
Great List. I would add 2014 TTUN and 2012 vs Purdue. TTUN games are always important, while the rise of Kenny G took place vs Purdue. Someone else said it best earlier in the comments: that is when the backup QB showed up and played like he was the starter (not word for word but you get the idea). However, I cannot say which of the above you should swap with these. The games you picked are the top 10 most important Ohio State games under Urban Meyer.
I would much rather have Thad Matta and a few down years (and he still wins more that 20 games and makes the NCAA tournament) than have John Calipari.
Just wondering, does he relate in any way to Khalil Mack? Yes or no, he would be a great addition to our team.
King 12 Gauge.
I kinda hope so. He could be Kobe's replacement. But, I think they need a big man, and by Magic Johnson's tweets last night, I think they are going after a big man.
The Promise. Enough said.
There was also another article about the 2002 national championship game (was that Ramzy?). I liked that one too.
All of them including the ones you did not name.
I think Cameron Johnston. I do not think he would be easy to replace, and had big plays in the last 3 games (and the season).
Umm...The 2014 roster link that you provided does not include seniors. So, one of the Grants WAS #14, he, like all the other seniors, are just not listed.
I think Ohio State can win the B1G title and get an NCAA berth. If last years freshman can be the leaders, and if Loving and Williams find out how to shoot again, this will be a dark horse team.
I vote Remy. (But if I must vote for the candidates on the list, DJ)
JT Barrett and here is why. I understand that Cardale is the one who one 3/4 most important games of the season, but without JT throwing it to the open (or sometimes not so open) receiver, or his running, the Buckeyes would not have been in the playoff. Take away JT's stats and some of those games would not have been won. He gave the rest of the team confidence and he was on the leadership council as a true freshman. Take all that away, and I don't want to take anything away from the rest of the team, the Buckeyes have at least 3 losses if not more.
By the way, before I started reading the comments, I thought Urban Meyer. I don't even want to think about what would have been if Fickell was still the coach.
How about getting him to transfer to Ohio State?
Seriously though, I think athlethes should be able to transfer where they want. I guess this is Notre Lame being lame again (I know other schools do this too).
I don't particularly like softball, but that first inning was a thing of beauty. I could watch it all day.
Ramzy vs M Man. I don't even think it is close. By the way, the 9 route link leads back to this page (at least for me).
It is a close one between The Slobs and Devin Smith. Without Devin Smith, we don't have that deep threat that opened the running game for Elliot. However, my vote is The Slobs, and to see why, look at the difference from the VT game to the NC.
I think so. We have depth at RB/QB/WR so put any of them in and I am sure it will work.
I think you are forgetting they are playing the Bulls. Going down 0-2 against the Bulls spells disaster, especially going on the road for games 3-4.
WR U? No, not yet. Being drafted is not enough. Those WR's would have to consistently perform at a high level, and so far, only Holmes, Ginn, and Hartline have done that. Philly Brown is a wait and see, Posey has been dealing with injuries, and Devin Smith and Spencer have not played yet. So the performance is not there yet. It is one thing to be drafted, another to perform. Maybe in 2-3 years, Ohio State might be WR U. But not now.
I have a question: if a team (in any sport) over signs, could they just redshirt players, or is that against NCAA law?