I'm a bandwagon. Last year I was an Ohio State fan. This year I'm a fan of the only undisputed national champions in college football history.
Bad news - you suck at picking NFL teams.
Good news - it is impossible to call you a bandwagon.
Glad to see he's down to 410 though.
Amir reached his potential a long time ago. Tall <> Great.
The frustrating thing is that it doesn't look like he's even trying at times. I wish him well in life, but he's not a basketball player.
Jalin might not have the speed Devin has, but he reminds me of Hines Ward - physical, gets open, and is tough to tackle.
I'd rather see guys like Jalin continue to work the middle so defenses can't just double up on our speedsters. Plus with our running game and guys coming out of the backfield.... seriously, if you had to gameplan for this offense, what do you do?
His arrest is basically forgotten now, but I still think of regular Rob Lowe as creepy Rob Lowe.
Plus I basically think of his dad as part of the staff now. Great family.
I'm in Massillon all the time for business. If you don't know what you're talking about, don't comment.
Stagnant population growth and schools that can't pass levies are found all over the state.
Not sure I see the reason for the cheap shot against one of our own.
Oh man, Massillon is about to go into a deep depression.
I'd say late first, but yes.
Santonio was a 1st round pick, and went on to be a Super Bowl MVP.
Look at Smith's OSU stats compared to his - they show a similar progression.
It will be close. This isn't exactly a great year for the B1G, so it will be interesting to see how many teams make it.
Optimist: 3 of last 4 at home, and Matta's teams usually do well in the B1G Tournament.
Realist: We stink.
Are we sure Cardale meant the Knicks, and not basketbucks?
Player development was hindered by Craft's hard work???
Look back at the talent OSU had for Craft's first three seasons. The talent level was much higher then. Also, everyone bangs on Craft for his jump shot, but he also had abnormally quick hands and feet. Yes, he was a tireless worker, but he was also blessed with skills that directly translate to the court. I don't see anything like that for Scott, and Thompson's jumping ability really doesn't come into play very often.
The last two years have been disappointing, but the talent is not there right now.
Coombs is so awesome, he gets a pass for this.
However, that isn't beer. No one should insult beer by suggesting products like that are in the same category.
Wait a second - are you suggesting actual game play should be valued higher than proving yourself in front of a broom, with d-lineman on one knee?
It's funny you used that picture. When he was just sitting there like that, you could tell something wasn't right. I think that's the point where he was injured much worse than he/staff realized.
By the end of the game his arm was gone. Staff has been genius obviously, but Kenny G should have stepped in at some point that night.
Agree. Calling it a pipeline is a stretch. Glenville is a pipeline, and needs to be maintained.
But now that staff has poached a few Cass Tech, it's probably important to steal one on occasion just to keep Michigan in their place. This staff has proven that any area of the country is on watch.
On the plus side, in a few years they'll claim a 2014 National Championship.
The best thing about raiding the Irish is I can now ask ND fans things like "How's our minor league team looking this year? Got any more good coaches coming our way?"
They're so pretentious - it's killing them that their best leave for OSU. It's like they're the MAC.
Literally dozens of teams? I've watched over the same timeline, you're way overestimating there.
But the point is valid - this team had zero luck and won it all anyway. It's a testament to the players, staff, and culture.
Well, I guess there was some luck, in that Urban was available when we needed him.
Good luck getting ND and Texas to leave their current TV arrangements for BTN. Plus, are those programs upgrades at this point? Two years running for academic scandals at ND, and Texas is the fourth-best team in their own state.
The conference just had their most successful football season in decades, and we don't have to worry about making the playoffs anymore. I'm good.
Nice to give a link for the Rob Fee tweet. That guy is a great Twitter follow.
And the Oompa Loompas are more talented.
Not sure if you noticed with our QB's last year, but you can never have too much talent at one position.
Some of the names you mention have unfortunately never shown anything at OSU. You're assuming they can fill the void based on star rating, not actual production.
Staff felt Weber was special. We should probably be trusting them these days.
It's Ohio State. They're all quarterbacks.