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BlackKeys


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Comment 08 Dec 2014
I think its a double edged sword....Jones looked sick of course and had a great game, but I think it also said alot about how complete the team is and that its looking more and more like any kid good enough to get a scholarship to Ohio State who steps into that huddle could shine. That being said, I think some of the shine was taken off JT when Cardale went off.
Comment 21 Nov 2014
This could get some attention because its looking like the beginning of a lucrative deal for Top Athletes designing "custom shoes" exclusively for a college team. Shoes are POWERFUL in society. What a recruiting tool for the teams to have contracted superstars creating and "gifting" limited edition basketball shoes. Talk about paying your student athletes in plain site. What do you think a player could get for a 1 in 25 pairs, LeBron James pair of shoes? I bet it either gets shut down or it becomes a huge recruiting battle tool with North Carolina having custom Jordan's to lure recruits and so on.
Comment 25 Sep 2014
I don't think ESPN is so much a PR Firm as I think they are whores. They run with the cool kids and as of late its very cool to be going into the draft as an SEC. football player. If the big ten wants to be cool they need to have teams that walk the walk instead of making their "analysts" look stupid when the product they have been hyping all year turns out to lose 41-14 in the championship.
Comment 03 Sep 2014
That being said, where does the "shady area" begin?
Comment 03 Sep 2014
Just a question guys, but I'd like your thoughts..... what constitutes "improper benefits" when talking about Lebron "Recruiting" for Ohio State. Could he say that he would STAY friends with anybody who came to The... Ohio State University and became a star? Is that improper? Just from my standpoint, if a 100+millionaire was being my buddy because I played at his college of choice I might look at that as an insurance policy all its own.