Considering the coaches know who they want to see get playing time, I assume they're assigned. Otherwise it would be too dependant on popularity.
Troy Smith. After dominating the halftime show he's asked to replace Collier in the second half.
I think our issue is on the interior, not the end. If he was a DT he might get playing time.
We're hosting about 50 recruits today and tomorrow. I'm sure it's just a total coincidence that these arrived today...
All BTN. ESPN has the NBA playoffs tomorrow afternoon.
...I STILL can't believe how much Gholston sucked as a pro. He was crazy good at OSU.
I assume the eight diamonds are for our 8* championships.
*Six of them are no brainers, '61 and '70 are a little Bama-esque.
Probably just had a bunch of helmets lying around the WHAC and they grabbed some. I think the black stripe coming off is more of a summercamp tradition.
That's the reporter's name, not the kicker's.
Not a ringing endorsement for Neuernberger.
The only thing dumber than FPI is Total QBR.
Saw the headline and assumed you were saying "we got to enjoy him while he was here". Whew. No news is good news.
Unless you think he's beating out Barrett next year, he could be sitting for more than just one year.
This is a bad look.
Paying players isn't illegal. You could make a case that telling players to lie to the police is witness tampering or obstruction of justice, but if you went down that road you'd a) have to try the players themselves as well and b) there was never much doubt at all that the roommate was the murderer, so it didn't really obstruct much. Still a scumbag though.
Haha this is such a power move by Wallace to make sure Guarantno heads elsewhere. I love it.
Nah, sadly NLIs are a standard template. Here's what it looks like if you're interested:
Good for him. Hope he's happy wherever he winds up.
Note to would-be directors out there: please stop with the 800 clips of guys slowly putting their gloves on. I feel like it's supposed to get me excited but it's just....boring. Same goes for shots of guys staring straight ahead in the locker room.
You're assuming that the coach looks at literally no other kid at the camp other than the 5* guy. Which is silly. There are plenty of 3* guys who would have the chance to make an impression on a coach at these camps that they otherwise wouldn't have had.
So you're against them paying $25 to send their kid to a camp down the road because he might not get the attention that some of the star players would, but you're cool with oncampus camps 1000 miles away that he likely wouldnt attend? Wouldn't that player have a 10% chance of getting noticed in the first scenario and a 0% chance of getting noticed in the second?