Hmmm...I wonder if either the Boren family or the Bosa family have any females...and if so, can we work out some introductions?
The cycle will continue to swing. All the auto industry factories gave the Big Ten a lot of people raising families last century. The jobs have moved, first south, and now the trend is moving south and west. When state governments wake up and welcome more industry back into their states in the Rust Belt, the trend will turn again.
Maybe not, but some of those idiots would still figure out a way to claim another championship banner.
The problem with that train of thought is that in the early days, they didn't track defensive stats like they do now. In fact, into the 30s (at least, maybe later) they didn't even track an offensive & defensive All America team. Boyd Cherry, Wes Fesler & Merle Wendt were all three-time AA at the end position, & Wendt especially was noted for his play on the D side of the ball. We have a tendency to look at MOSTLY just the players we have seen play, and forget the old timers. That's always a problem, both because no one still alive saw a lot of those guys, and because the game has changed so much.
Exactly...in the running, & I'm hoping it stays to play alongside his brother, but if he leaves early, I don't think so...
Dabbled with this a few years ago. The media guide had a link to the all time list of assistant coaches at Ohio State. Woody had 41 assistants just in Columbus. I'm having a more difficult time with information from Miami, Denison, or his High School coaching days. I'm thinking that would require a personal visit to the school and a look at the program's archives.
CUFM LOVES that stuff too...(& gotta make up for the raw deal he got on this play)
I liked scarlet better, and being in Phoenix, I'd only get to wear the black for a couple months out of the year...NEXT year, with NINE, the shirt would be dated... : )
I'm a little disappointed in the Alumni Association for this...I pulled out my old laptop, and this pic is at least five years old...I saved it on my old 'puter on 22 Jun 2010.
woops, hit save too soon. But do not underestimate revenge as a factor on Labor Day evening...those guys are going to be looking for blood, and VA Tech will be providing it....
I don't think there's going to be a BAD bet this whole year, no matter who we're playing. The talent runs too deep, and CUFM is a master motivator, and if the first team is too lackadaisical and not getting the job done, I can see him firing up the B squad, or even C squad to come out and kick some butt. And what is going to fire up the A Team more than being set down for a series or quarter for being a slug?
I won't WATCH it...but I will probably tune it for the first couple selections to see who is going to make DAR a multi-millionaire...
I voted no; as in IMHO...but we old farts won't be here all that much longer, and when all the kids have are stories from Grandpa, & Grandpa is gone...how do you think they'll feel about it then? Convince your grandkids...
COULD?!?! Sure, providing everything from chemistry to biology goes right...we can but hope.
3-4? I'd say 15 times...
On the PLUS side, the Buckeyes are very accustomed to having a target on their backs...EVERY year.
I wondered that myself. This kid is from up by Cleveland, Lawrence was raised in Columbus, and AFAIK, lives in the Columbus area. Related? Maybe...BUT...
Exactly...how many points would I need to take VA Tech...I'm NOT taking the Hokies.
Indeed...the Fencing team is also competing for the championships this weekend and are in 2nd place at the moment.
Wow...reading some of the above, I'm modestly offering these two accomplishments:
Best accomplishment was finishing 4th in the old Northern Lakes League wrestling tournament. Biggest bragging point was an unassisted tackle of Rick Upchurch in HS FB.
I voted W, creating an 82-82 tie. I see it going the same way in the actual game. Depends on which team shows up, with X-amount of intensity. Something seems to be missing this year, ??? who knows what?
You've watched a lot more basketball in general than I have this season.
You're obviously one heck of a roundball fan... or did you repeat what you heard from one of the talking heads? : )
"...at the level OSU needs him to play" is a bit ambiguous. We all HOPE he exceeds expectations and turns into a stud. He's shown flashes, and, regardless of reason, has disappointed as well. But with a name like Schutt...even non-Buckeyes should be rooting for the kid to be a football stud.