JT's shirt says, Eleven Against
I was part of a clunky fund raising interview, at a radio station, once upon a time. Talking to the host before we went on the air, everything was cool. Good rapport, and comfort level. However, the headset I was given at the last minute wasn't working, so I didn't hear the first question, and asked the host to repeat the question. The request seemed to unnerve the host, and unfortunately, the rest of the interview felt uncomfortable.
And thank goodness the guy didn't go off like Cowherd!
My take is the Harbaugh interview went south after Harbaugh confused the context of "buy" with "bye." Simple mistake but, I think when things like that happen to certain egotistical radio hosts, they may feel like the audience is going to hear it like it's their (radio host's) fault, so they start acting-out, so to speak.
In any case, Harbaugh is likely to get more press out of this, than if it went well, which may have been his aim in the first place. Crazy like a fox? Or just crazy?
Lil Wayne reference
Same could be said about modern country rock.
Work really hard on improving quicks, hands, and conditioning to make your dream come true.
DJ, loved your opening line: The trolls are going to go crazy when they hear this: Jim Tressel...
So true, and so frickin' funny! F-you! To each and every Tressel troll!
Wait! Either this phone, the server, the program, or operator error!
Take your pick. In any event, something tells me it's time for bed.
Thank God for smart phones!
Better leave it at that.
News-flash to clueless idiots: There is no age limit for students at any public university. Life happens, older men, and women go back to school to change careers. And yes, they are as random as you are. You know who I'm talking to.
Thinking about how tough it is to defend a National Championship. It's been long enough that most of our fans seem to forget we had a pretty good chance to defend the same thing 12 yrs ago. Then, the next thing you know, 12 yrs pass by in a flash before we do it again.
Its it's been tough for any team to repeat but, it sure seems like we have the pieces to do it again.
Having said that, I can't help but wonder how much different the culture is now, than it was then? And it was very good then too, wasn't it?
Finally getting some good looking bigs!
Not related to Lawrence.
Can catch and pass too!
Looks like he's ready to go to the next level, now. Nice moves with the ball, dribble, stop-n-pop, step outside, and protect the rim.
Complete package. Awesome now, more so in two more yrs!
Heck of a recruit!
The Auburn half-time show looked, and sounded, like a decent H. S. Band, which begs the question. How does their band director qualify as a finalist, or even for an interview?
No, unfortunately, I'm telling you there's no chance.
The above Proclamation is the absolute sum of what Jameis Winston, and the institution he represents, are not.
Well done Cardale, well done indeed!
It's not hard to imagine Tony Alford and Wilcher already met on previous recruiting trips to Cass Tech.
Antwaun Jackson's highlight's are extremely impressive. He's as explosive, and disruptive as any HS DL I've seen in yrs. Not sure about the level of competition he's up against but, he dominates.
I trust Coach Meyer and staff will sort things out, fair and square, as they develop. Here's a friendly reminder. Speculation on this development is irresistible fun, but it remains pure conjecture, and simply a matter of opinion, bearing no weight, or influence on the eventual outcome. Not sure everyone is aware of that. Just sayin.
Wouldn't it be nice to be able to count on the big Williams to step-up?
A warmer climate is a tempting mistress, indeed. However, we (Buckeye Nation) are glad you're staying closer to family, and friends. Time for a weather worn cliche, after all: Home is where the heart is. Besides, when it's really crappy outside, you get to practice in the WHAC.
That guy who switched from fullback to linebacker, for the team, was an all-state linebacker in high school. The switch for the "team" sounds like a selfless sacrifice but, linebacker was a natural position for him, which is why it showed sooner, rather than later, once he made the switch. More Borens please.
Coach Meyer was creative enough to win a N.C. with a two QB system at FL. I trust he has the creativity to win another one with three proven Bucks in Ohio.