Curt Schilling and James Harrison
It's because before that moment he hadn't cried for 16 years or so. His tear ducts had a huge, high pressure reserve just waiting to be released.
I've read he's basically down to South Carolina and Georgia. Regardless, it seems he wants to be closer to home (Myrtle Beach, SC).
I was thinking the exact same thing. Bball Bucks could use a physical player like that.
Damn though, what an athlete!
Watching that Cardale video just reminded me how damn good our offensive line was. Barrett and Jones played awesome, but the SLOBS made it happen. #TeamSlobs
I intercepted Tim Couch's cousin in High School.....unfortunately I was then also tackled by said cousin.
^^^^^^ This. A well-compensated beer taster of any sort would be a dream.
Just spit water all over my keyboard when I scrolled across this one. upvote a million.
It's been said a hundred times before, but the younger Bosa is totally LEGIT. In my eyes, a must-get. I know the point of a highlight video is to show HIGHLIGHTS, but in the video above, and all others I've seen, not only was young Bosa never effectively blocked, he was never even slowed down or contained for even small portions of time. His spacing and the way his uses his hands is ridiculous.
I disagree that Delany is the worst, but I'm on board for tOSU independence!
The best part of that play occurs right after that gif ends. It's when you see the total and utter disappointment/bewilderment by #90 (guy who originally creamed El Guapo). It's worth watching.
That's just a bucket of smiles all in one comment post. Well done, sir.
After watching portions of all their highlights, I like Haskins and Barrett. Does appear that most of those guys would be awesome to see in scarlet and gray though!
Old balls replacing even older balls
Absolute clown with that salmoning. Love it!
Also very true. I, like many others I am sure, get caught up in the NSD spectacle and forget it's the first day not the last day allowed for signing.
Yeah, I recognize that, but this seems a bit different, no? It was reported that Drayton was on the phone with Weber to the wee hours of NSD morning, then they secure Weber, then shortly thereafter Drayton is NFL bound. it's not the act that bothers me, it's the timeline. If a coach instrumental to a player's recruitment leaves before the player commits, they can just re-evaluate and send their LOI somewhere else. I just hope that Drayton had told him that night before that this was a possibility and that Weber is just saying he is hurt because it materialized and because of the relationship he had built w/Drayton in general, not because he felt lied to. We will never truly know though.
I hope you're right. That seems to be the right thing to have done, but who knows. We will likely never really know.
Feel sorry for Weber. He got stuck in a bad spot with all this. guess it's the perils of big time college football though.
Why does this comment by Laishley15 get downvoted so much? I agree 100% that after hearing reports that Drayton was instrumental into the wee hours of NSD to keep Weber, that if Weber wasn't made aware of at least a potential departure, then that's kinda shitty. Hopefully that isn't the case.
In any event, hate to see a great coach and recruiter go, but GOOD LUCK COACH! Buckeye Forever!
EDIT: site driven double-post
Amid all this incessant bickering and squabbling, YOU SIR HAVE HIT THE NAIL ON THE HEAD.
It's not about the numbers, but it's about how you get to the prescribed limit. If it is not done in a morally skewed manor a la Saban example above, and is part of preparation for known upcoming attrition to injuries and transfers, then it is not morally reprehensible, and different from what some of us have complained about the SEC doing in the past.
Probably a downvote hangover from another Gibson thread from a while ago when someone brought up Gibson to another position and EVERY person who mentioned him as a WR got DV'd