I mentioned Withers as a possible weak link when everyone was calling for Fickell's head for the secondary sucking last year. If the spring game is any indication of what is to come, the secondary will be MUCH better than last season, even if only from lining up and a more aggressive style of play.
He's changing his name to Nomo Johnson.
I'm going to let this play out, but that didn't look anywhere near as bad as I heard earlier.
I'm also waiting for Mindy Drayer and her dog to tell us a bunch of lies...
I consider myself old school in a lot of ways, but I think they did a great job modernizing those pro combat jerseys and based them on tradition while updating them. Kind of like muscle cars, I LOVE the 60's-70's muscle cars, but the new ones that take styling cues from the old ones look great, too. You have to change with the times, I say do it while celebrating the past and tradition.
Well done sir.
Only works south of the Mason-Dixon. We're SOL.
I'd be willing to bet there will be way more than 26k people there. With the weather forecast, I'd guess 50k+, even with those ticket prices.
It's stuff like this that kills me about the NCAA. We all know this is common place in SEC country, and I'm sure it happens sometimes in other places. Yet we get hammered for a kid selling his own possessions and signing his own name on a few balls.
Urban's fault, obviously.
I believe the NCAA used to be for the STUDENT-athlete in many ways. But modern day, 2014? I just don't see it, their actions speak much louder than their words. And the way they come in and carpet bomb an entire program for the minor faults of a few people or an individual is unacceptable.
I don't know what the answer is, but I hope it's the end of the NCAA soon. The NCAA no longer stands for what it's declared mission is, no longer applies the rules evenly, and is one of the most haphazard and hypocritical organizations in America today. I think if the NCAA was more open to change, more consistent in its rulings, and had great leadership (Mark Emmert is TERRIBLE), the organization could have found a way to make things work. As it stands now, I hope the NCAA burns to the ground, as long as whatever system replaces it applies whatever rules are made in a fair manner.
They messed up bad on mine. It charged $111,111.11 on my credit card. I'd like the money back in cash please.
My emotions during this post...
He's already bigger/stronger, is still a burner, has some meaningful game experience, and now more knowledge of the playbook. Your future is still VERY bright young Dontre. Big things are coming!
I'm REALLY looking forward to watching Dontre, Eze, and Curtis Samuel.
Sweet. In case a school or 9 screws up his recruiting, we're RIGHT there.
Beating Florida or scUM? Yes, troll away. If OSU beat Cincy, Xavier, or Dayton? Not really.
I'm not a tax guy or lawyer, but I would think there are so many legal and tax implications to this that it's a GIANT can of worms that the players don't have a clue about.
Will they be taxed on their tuition, books, tutors, medical support and supplies, free food, travel, tickets for family to games, etc.???
I don't understand the short man syndrome in the SW part of the state (Cincy/Dayton). I grew up in NW Ohio, we were under no impression that Toledo or Bowling Green were better in major sports than OSU. Sure, they might have beaten an OSU team once in a blue moon, but to even compare the programs is a joke. I personally cheer for any team from Ohio that makes in in bball or football (Dayton, Cincy, Toledo, BG, OSU, OU, whoever). I think it's good for the state.
I love Urban recruiting Vonn Bell and similar players. Good people, good students, well spoken, and great football players! OSU and the world in general need more people like this.
What are your goals? Strength, weight loss, gain weight, or what?
General supplements I'd recommend are multi-vitamins and fish oil. Other than that, depends what you want to do, if you have any deficiencies or other health issues to address, such as joint pain, etc.