Blueberry pancakes are more likely. Just sayin'
Looks like Greg developed some volleyball skill during his stay in Miami, that was a very nice facial.
Solid as a rock. Cornerstone lineman. Excellent addition to the line, team, and school. Welcome to Buckeye Nation, Grant.
Clark's recruiting history makes him a good fit for tsun. He obviously doesn't fit the profile most Buckeye fans want to cheer for. Next man up, or wait 'til next yr.
I'm sensing Burrow could be something special as well. Calm under-fire is a special attribute for a young QB.
Feel it too.
Wow, DJ! Impressive writing in defense of The Vest. A subject as polarizing to many sports fans, on a national level, as religion or politics.
Never really felt this way before, about being a YSU grad. In a word, pride.
Thanks for the support DJ.
Yes, Lindsay is a Bama grad. Based on NCAA regulation, Lindsay is eligible to play, on scholarship, for four yrs. Right now, it should be safe to assume, Lindsay is playing his final year of eligibility, with an Ohio State scholarship. It doesn't matter if he earned his undergraduate degree in less than four yrs, or if he sat out a yr with a redshirt, he still has four yrs to play football at any NCAA school, or schools, that offer scholarships to play a sport.
Marcus Marek vs AJ Hawk, two big, intense, tough-ass, Ohio State linebackers!
A 15 lb difference in wt is not much to write home about.
Tressel recruited an OL from Nordonia by the name of Rob Simms, who, in spite of the knocks against his position coach (the Walrus) turned into a drafted NFL lineman, just like his dad. Rob played at OSU from 2003-2005. Google his name for more details, if you like.
This agent, and his remarks, seem to be on the same page as the TP we grew to know during his time at TOSU. Seems they got their heads together and agreed on the spin of the boss. I'd like to think I'm wrong on this take but, it feels like vintage TP to me.
Whenever you get to read this. Congratulations on your marriage and best of luck in your career. You are already an exemplary role model.
Great to hear you're doing well!
Go Tyson and Go Bucks!
I struggle with having to listen to a woman call a football game, at any level but, I don't think Rice should be disrespected, or underestimated, for being able to make an informed, and intelligent decision as a member of the College Football Playoff Section Committee.
Pollack obviously doesn't agree with this line of thinking, but I don't see where it's a big deal if he shares his honest opinion on the air...he's just being Frank, instead of David.
Coach Vrabel: "Listen Jamal! Can you hear me?!"
Jamal: "Yes sir."
Vrabel: "That's what I'm talkin' about!"
"That's Ohio State Football!"
"That's how we play at the next level!"
"I'm so proud of you!"
Why not? It's worth a look. If the camera gets Brax to do, or even nearly do, what Herman has in mind, it would be a useful tool.
Does it account for peripheral vision, probably not, unless the lens is wide-angle, but it's certainly worth an experiment.
I'm in the 1 percent that voted for Other, as I find all the above of equally, intriguing interest at the start of camp.
Another sports viewing option at this time of year is tennis. Who knows, Buckeye Fans might be cheering for Blaz Rola in the French Open sometime in the not too distant future.
Thank you Ramzy, for giving us a peek at the life of a wonderful gentleman.
Dr. Gordon Gee's humorous aggressiveness, reflects the relentless, aggressive style of the Ohio State University head football coach. You're damn straight it's appropriate! Go Bucks!
Dez, it sure looks like you will make your Dad, Cleveland, and Buckeye Nation proud!
When most of us listen to President Gee in person, the tendency is to believe everything he has to say sounds appropriate for that moment in time... and it usually is. Too bad he often has to apologize to all the haters for being funny and charismatic.
"...with Wisconsin, Nebraska and perhaps Northwestern in contention in the East." Good article Michael, but I believe you meant to say (West) at the end of the above sentence.
The end of the US Civil War was 1861. Add the 31 years later when the conference was formed for the year 1892, minus today's year of 2013 and you get 121 years of the league's existence.
Kyle, you said, "...carrying cachet that few in college sports have matched spanning the three centuries it’s been in existence."
This is the best example of hyperbole I've seen since the last millennium!