If we're being technical, I'd add Cam Newton to this list
I'll take any bet if the odds are right. However, the odds I'd give on that bet would not be favorable...at all.
Bosa isn't going?
Can also play defense, post up and is very durable.
I think that first gif you posted is actually an example of Bosa being great. He disrupted the entire play. Lee finished, but that play doesn't happen without Bosa.
I was fully expecting a video with Brady Hoke. But, I guess he didn't really inspire anyone.
No. From what Urban has said Curtis has just been moved there so that he can be on the field with Zeke. If something happened to Zeke, pretty sure that Samuel would get the call.
I highly doubt Kareem Walker expects Zeke to be ahead of him on the depth chart when he gets to campus...Zeke is widely expected to go pro.
"I can make good decisions"
^^^He's already made one great decision
"Jones has no road wins"
^^^Mostly true (not as a starter but he has finished off blowout road games), but last I checked neither Braxton nor JT have any: (1) conference championship wins; (2) playoff game wins; (3) national championship wins; (4) wins against the SEC (especially against Bama); (5) wins against #1 (or top 5) team; (6) wins against an OOC champion.
I'd rather have (1)-(6) than road wins...
"finally going to see a scary Buckeyes Team in all phases of the game."
I take it you missed last season?
I'd rather have Larry Sanders just for the upside.
Dontre didn't play - he was hurt. Huereman was hobbled. Spence was suspended. Peppers was enrolled at TTUN. Etc.
Other key components to making a playoff run:
- offensive line
- wide receivers
- defensive ends
- (other) defensive tackle
- quality coaches
i guess if Rutgers somehow manages to find this you'll be in the playoffs, but it's highly unlikely. There's a reason Rutgers has only had one good year in the last 20...
Oden and I don't think it's close. Sometimes his nba failures make people forget his ncaa brilliance. He single handily tore apart Joakim Noah and Al Horford (when they were juniors). Oden was amazing all year and in the final game, the rest of the team just couldn't do anything...including Conley.
These parents and kids just don't get it...its a business!
If it were my son this wouldn't have been an issue because he would have committed to Auburn and I'd have $180,000 in my pocket. Then, he'd immediately transfer to tOSU. If Auburn said "we aren't gonna release him" I'd say "either you release him or I release the pictures of you handing us $180,000 for my sons commitment."
Another part of what set the SEC apart from the B1G was winning national championships. I'll take the national championships. We're definitely cleaner than the last couple of National Champions and undisputed too!
The violation would be if the University or it's affiliates were impermissably communicating with the recruit. A HS coach unilaterally communicating with a fanbase with the goal of eventually reaching the coaching staff is not a violation. Schools can't control what some HS coach does.
1) I completely agree with you
2) Obviously star ratings aren't everything, but another way to look at this might be:
- Assume Carlton Davis were uncommitted
- The targets left on the board are Isaiah Prince, Terry Beckner Jr., Porter Gustin, KJ Hill, Arnette, etc.
- We have limited spots
--> Although the sentiment of being dissapointed with lower rated players committing over higher rated players is discouraged, it's real. I think the general 11W community would much rather fill a spot with Prince, Beckner or Gustin than Davis. I feel like we're likely to land at least one of those studs and Davis decommitting means we don't have to do any shady roster maneuvering to make room.
Kinda seems like the 2017 class will be the best (star rating wise). Starting off the class by plucking the top talent in Florida, having a class leader (Clark) at QB so far in advance and having a top 3 overall player from Ohio (that lineman that's visiting) I think it will be epic.
Plus, the relationship building is starting on the heels of a national championship with a chance to repeat and sell that we're a blossoming dynasty.
Then again, 2016 does have a Bosa...and how great can a class be if there isn't a Bosa in it.
I think we should give the Amari Cooper thing a rest. He still had 2 TDs - wouldn't exactly say we completely shut him down. Really was more that Blake Sims sucked - if any one of our QBs were under center for them he'd have shredded us. That kid is a monster.
Mariotta did everything he could and played very well. And was very graceful in defeat.
Gordon...he played horrible, isn't half the man that Zeke is and still talked trash after the game about how they'd have beat OSU if they played again. I think we should focus all of our trolling on that piece of garbage.
$85,000 + benefits
Apparently they don't.
FSU has a higher ceiling. They have more NFL talent on their roster. When focused they are way better than Oregon. Jameis, for all of his faults, has been playing on two bum ankles most of the year and having a month off will go a long way to helping him get better and play better.
Add in that Oregon just lost a 1st round draft pick CB and FSU is scarier. Losing a shutdown corner makes a huge difference when facing an elite receiver. Personally, I think we would have beat Clemson if we had Roby playing.