Oh, it would be the ultimate punch in the gut. It would be the equivalent of Jaelen Gill flipping to PSU. If it happens I wish I could be a fly on the wall in James Franklins office. Maintenance would be wise to go ahead and replace his windows with plexiglas any day now.
Don't have a problem with Harbaugh quietly voicing his politics. Anyways, would rather hear Harbaugh talking about a useful cause than bitching about Saban or the NCAA. He is truly a master of finding a way to get in the headlines every single week. If he isn't complaining about something he is appearing in a Planters peanuts commercial. I'm surprised Harbaugh understood any of the Fedealist Papers. Maybe he is only semi-nuts...... Nah.
Damn it! You caught me! Lol +1 for you sir!
Or just borrow common sense from the Browns fan that works at your local deli. Seriously, they let talent walk out the door even when they have massive cap room. They cut Taylor Gabriel and let the best center in football walk. Falcons pick them both up and ride them to the SB. Then this year they let Pryor walk. I know they are building through the draft, but that doesn't mean you can't spend just a little of your cap room to acquire actually proven talent. Oh well, lets see what they do with the draft......
Curtis Samuel would be a perfect fit in that offense. Mark Ingram is OK, but Samuel offers a lot more versatility. I think Samuel could also fit in with the Chargers as a super charged Danny Woodhead type. I would also say New England, but I don't want Samuel making Brady look good.
Gotta hand it to Buckeye Jack though, if JT has another poor showing this year he will have been dead right. It's a hard thing to continually argue against your QB in a place filled with scarlet glasses. I'm more optimistic that Kevin Wilson can fix him, but I also see a scenario where we get to a huge game and JT turns into a scattershot again. Long story short, we all make fun of him now but in 8 months he may look like a prophet. Only time will tell.
No, because I foolishly hold on to hopes that one day we can throw a pile of cash at Greg Marshall.
I have kind of pondered that as well. I'm just a little surprised there is no mention of mixing it up at right tackle. Guess they are really confident that Prince is going to turn the corner in a big way next year.
Would be curious to see how the analytics nerds in Vegas would determine the odds for each contestant.
Yep, as always. For me he is one of the few people on the planet that almost falls into the "beyond reproach" category. He represents the very best of what Buckeye nation is all about.
If you're non-committed in your 21 year old prime with gorgeous co-eds during MARDI GRAS...I mean hell, when in Rome right????
No no no. It's never ok to expose a woman without her consent! I don't care if you are young and in your prime, just be a decent human being and respect women. Also, if you are under NFL investigation then be smart and just stay away from Mardi Gras all together. He has a right to live his life, but the NFL can wreck his entire career in an instant. Just ask Ray Rice. Rice got the punishment he deserved and Zeke hasn't been found guilty of anything, but the point remains that he should be very careful right now.
Removing Loving should actually increase our odds of beating 17 wins next year. Thompson hurts though because now we don't have an enforcer under the rim. Hopefully the incoming Wesson will help with that but never pin your hopes on freshmen.
Solid choice or you could go with...
All valid points. Marc Loving gone will go a long way towards restoring proper leadership. Tate will be an effective leader, but one other guy needs step up and be the co-anchor. Also, maybe Matta should let his guys train with the football Bucks for awhile. Coach Mick and Coombs will set them straight real quick.
Poor leadership, body language, attitude, and hustle. Loving was a talented kid, but it's those qualities that will stick in my mind. Its ok to play poorly when you just don't have the God given talent, but a damn crime when you just throw in the towel. His final line in a Buckeye uniform as a senior was 36 minutes, 5 points, and 1 rebound. That about says it all. 1 rebound in 36 minutes for a guy who is 6'8". Glad he got his degree, but feel like he left a lot on the table.
You don't like em when they are coaching you, but later on in life you really appreciate those hard ass type coaches. Nothing like a good ole ass chewing when you fudge up.
I'm sure Vrabel did want to keep him, but all the GM thinks about is money money money.... moneyyy!
It would be a dumb move IF you were trying to be a contender. The Browns are going to go into next year with tons of unused salary cap. If they use that 2nd round pick wisely it could easily be worth more than $16 MM over 4 years. They are in a rebuild so they aren't going to blow all that cap on a bunch of high priced veterans. I like the strategy of getting a ton of young talent that will allow them to have a cost controlled roster for 4-5 years. Then when they get good they will have tons of cap to get the finishing pieces.
Not at all. They have some salary to waste and they won't be good any time soon. Smart move. Still funny though if they don't cut Brock and let him start a few games. Why not add another name to the QB graveyard?
Tate will. Not sure about anyone else. Loving mailed it in last night so he will just sort of chill and chuck up a three if the ball ever gets to him.
They don't deserve to be in the NIT, but let them go and give some serious minutes to the youngsters like Wesson. This team should be embarassed after last night, but the NIT is a chance to see which players still have some heart left.
Haha, but why not right? There is no heir apparent in New Orleans and they could groom Cardale for a couple more years. I don't like the situation in Buffalo for him. Also, Cardale proved he can ball out in the super dome!
Well, brandin cooks is gone for sure now. Ginn won't replace Cooks, but he is a deep ball specialist that will be effective with an ultra accurate passer like Brees. Couple that with Thomas/Snead and Cooks is definitely tradeable. I hate the Saints with a passion, but I might have to pull for the Air Buckeye show.
Marc Loving's final encore: 36 minutes, 5 points, 1 rebound, and 2-7 shooting. No words....