The Ultimate Warrior
1) Michigan probably won't be able to pay more than Oakland
2) Not sure what the offers would end up at, but lets say TTUN offered $8 and Oakland offered $6...I would definitely give up 25% of my income to live in Northern California instead of AA. No matter how rich you are in AA, you can't buy nice weather or things to do...you can in NorCal. Bay Area has a lot of cool things in close proximity...AA doesn't.
3) I'm sure she would go to a lot of places other than Cali for an extra $2M. But, who wouldn't rather go to Miami (who is expected to be interested as well) over AA?
Or if Aaron Hernandez played his senior year
X and O wise, he is easily a top 5 NFL coach. He quickly turned around Stanford and the 49ers. He scares me.
All that said, he likes the bay area and he reportedly likes the NFL. I think Oakland is very likely because he wouldn't have to uproot his family.
Considering that we had the best performance of the Urban with Cardale Jones as the starting QB, I'm not sure that we need a healthy JT to roll them like Oregon did...
FSU is loaded with talent. They have way more talent on their roster than Oregon. I'd much rather play Oregon than Bama or FSU.
People seem to forget this, but if you give Jameis a couple weeks to get his ankle healthy, he will be a monster. I think he is going to rest up and tear apart Oregon's D. FSU just hasn't seemed to care about any of the crap ACC teams they've played all season until the end of the game.
Speaking of commit/players FL WR HS teammates, do we have a shot at Sam Bruce? I'd think between the Bosa Bros getting in his ear (hopefully) and getting to play with JT Barrett for 2 years, we'd look pretty attractive to him.
It's warmer in the booth. It has nothing to do with football or coaching.
How can we safely eliminate Urban? He has strong Midwest ties...
I fear Bollman. I'm terrified that Warnier leaves and Bollman replaces him.
He will piss maze regardless.
Don't be so narrow minded. The B1G is bigger than football. The competitive dance squads would absolutely enhance their performance by taking ecstasy.
I'd rather have FSU and end the longest win streak in football. Also, there's less risk involved...
More to do with us losing the entire offensive line, star RB and now star QB...that's a lot too lose. On top of that, we had a horrendus defense last year so I think it's not really bias, it's pretty reasonable to call us a long shot. We need to prove ourselves first. Alabama has consisently reloaded and been in the title picture every year. We haven't proven anything since beating Oregon in the Rose Bowl. Arguably beating Arkansas was something...but they weren't that great and the win was vacated.
We need to win a playoff game before we can say that we are being treated unfairly.
I'm pretty sure he didn't drink a drop of either of those beers. First, he pours out half of the beers and the slams them together so it's only foam and then just pours it on his chin and neck. Wow, everything in WWF is fake haha.
Who would you rather have play RECEIVER for the Buckeyes - Christian Kirk or Torrance Gibson. I know that Gibson would be coming in with the goal of playing QB, just curious as to pure ability as a WR.
I don't think you can dismiss Auburn that quickly. They may lose less games, but they also play a much tougher schedule. They won a national championship 4 years ago and were in the title game last year...they have a strong argument that they give the best chance of winning, though I think our path to the playoffs and coach should tip the odds in our favor. Gus did lead them to a national championship game in his first year. They will be a strong team going forward.
Tennessee is a dumpster fire though.
It doesn't matter how weak their OOC schedule is...that's the point. Their in conference schedule is much harder.
They played: Texas A&M, LSU, Ole Miss, LSU and Auburn. And, their marquee OOC was VaTech...which happens to be the same one that we are playing this year. VaTech is also better than Cal.
Compare that to us playing: Wisconsin and Northwestern (TTUN, despite the close game, was just too crappy to list on here). We didn't play MSU until the conference championship.
Or maybe it had something to do with the performance at the Opening. Hilliard performed very well and Cornell performed okay. Cornell wasn't dominating OLs there, but I think he is also considered "raw" and is ranked based on his high ceiling. Actual performance probably accounts for more of a recruit's ranking the closer they get to college so it makes sense the more polished player rises and the raw player falls.
Is it just me or does Josh Sweat not look very interested in the Buckeye hat? I get the feeling that he is one player that only the coaches will be able effectively to recruit.
He isn't just physically a man among boys, I feel like his like a grown man in every way. Doesn't seem interested in twitter, the recruiting game or basing his decision off of other recruits. Luckily, we have one of the best defensive line coach (especially in terms of putting talent in the NFL) and I feel like that is what Sweat will care about more than anything.
Could you take Jashon in the circle drill?
I think we have a better chance at Sweat than we do Kirk. I feel like Sweat loves LJ and values substantive coaching.
Our receivers haven't exactly looked dominant lately and our QB recruiting hasn't been very strong (from a ranking perspective) either. A&M/UCLA has had much better QB recruiting and passing games.
In the past you've also said that Gibson, if he decided to play receiver, would be the best receiver in the country. So out of pure curiosity, if Gibson decided to play receiver how would he stack up next to Kirk?
Burrell might earn a 5th star just by cutting his hair.
Pretty rare to see a guy run a 4.4 forty and then in an interview say he usually runs slower. I can't tell if he is just extremely honest or extremely humble (or both).