What were the records of the teams those guys played for?
Haha really? If you ask us what school we went to we would say our high school instead of our college. Does that make us insular. Sorry that we are proud of our city. Yes, it is us having pride in our city. We don't have disdain for the state. Hell most of the people here say they want to move out of Cincy.
And lose in the first round.
I'm a Patriots fan.
I have no problem with my weight. I just tried it with my wife so that she would push herself to diet. I workout four times a week. Also about your food comment. We eat whatever we want we just don't drown ourselves in it. If I have to give up pizza, burgers, and bread I don't want to live anymore. Ha
Advocare products do actually work. I did the 24-day challenge and I lost 19 pounds. I even became a distributor just like Braxton is. Sadly I am not built like Braxton though.
According to the depth chart on buckeyegrove.com between the offense and defense there were 13 true sophomores or freshmen(not counting RS Soph) in the two deep out of a total of 44 spots. According to that it was not mainly freshmen and sophomores.
Won four, lost two for a total of 6. They have played in 6 out of the last 13 super bowls. Quite frankly it does not look like there is a team that can keep them from getting to the Super Bowl next year either.
Better hope Urban Meyer doesn't see that post.
I watched him in HIGH SCHOOL......
So he is not being a drama queen but Torrance Gibson is?
I'm going to get pissed off that a teenager loves the attention he is getting from the top schools in the country? However I am going to praise my head coach for trying to flip kids close to signing day? However if he does sign with the Buckeyes I'm going to talk non stop on the endless possibilities with him and how he can help us...... /s
Go Patriots! Sorry. I'm a Pats fan.
LSU & USC
Wasn't he the 49ers strength coach?
They do but I'm pretty sure they would like to have two great tight ends like they did before Aaron Hernandez decided to become Scarface.
"Others see his perceived lack of knowledge of the entire route tree and he's a #3-4 WR. I think he goes mid-late 2nd rd."
How does what you just said make New England one of the best fits for him. WR's with a lack of knowledge do not last long with the Patriots. Then when you talk about Jeff Heurman being and ultra-athletic tight end and you don't mention New England.
Just inquiring since I am a Patriots fan. :)
Up vote for info and link. Thank you.
I feel like if that was Braxton many of you would be singing a different tune.
Kirk Ferentz agrees.
Probably the same people who didn't think Nathan Williams would start at defensive end after having knee surgery a couple years ago.