Gotcha, thanks for the insider information.
I must have missed that news. Any links or sources to confirm? Thanks in advance.
Difficult to give Miller the "Nod" when he hasn't thrown a ball with velocity in over a year. It's going to take some time to get back to game-playing shape. I would personally have to go with Jones. He has all the momentum, 3 - 0 in big games and is the healthiest of the 3 currently.
If we are going to show all the playoff mistakes and miscues of a certain player, somebody should upload a video of the countless times he was the first gunner down on kick and punt coverage. He made some spectacular plays on special teams. Obviously, this does nothing in support of your argument about his big-play WR ability - noting the few videos that were posted.
Maka, please provide quotes and articles in which he stated he was sick and tired of hearing from Buckeye fans on twitter. That is the first I've heard of it. Not to say it may not be true, but again I haven't heard anything directly said out of his mouth. Thanks.
Add in Joel Hale switching back to the D Line to add experience and toughness, specifically at the DT position.
Per LGHL, he will also have the title of "Assistant Head Coach" along with RB Coach. So I would have to disagree with the "taking of a lower job" here at OSU. Excellent hire by Meyer and Alford already has previous relationships with Weber and Walker.
The difference when UFM flips is kid is simple. The recruit was usually just offered a prestigious scholarship to tOSU. He wasn't sitting on a scholarship offer for months and then at the last minute decided to jump ship. Stump and Hamilton are two perfect examples. They flipped when they first received their OSU offer not after sitting on it for months. This is usually the case when it comes to UFM flips. The recruit has been waiting on their dream offer from tOSU and it finally came to fruition.
I still wish the kid good luck and a healthy college football career. As many have said this does open up other spots that can be taken by kids who really want to play for tOSU.
I believe a very similar situation occurred at OSU with Meyer and Bri'onte Dunn. A little different circumstances (visiting the school up North) but overall same message, visit = possible rescinding of offer. Maybe another poster can clarify the situation with Dunn's recruitment back in 2012.
I could be wrong but I thought the news was broke by a reporter on Alabama's 247 team page. Then others started to roll with it since it was already out there for public consumption.
I'd have to second OKIB12th. There is nothing to indicate he has committed to LSU. He is certainly not labeled as a commit on their 247 team page. He did visit this weekend but that is old news. He is under the "Hard Commits" section on OSU's 2015 recruiting class.
He was already mentioned in Birm's Original Hurry Up so it can't be him. The recruit was supposedly not a part of Birm's Hurry Up update and would be considered a "surprise". I would definitely welcome Hill with open arms. Could use another WR in this class.
Snelson decommitted from Miami in December and has opened things up again. Just an FYI....
I found it particularly interesting according to SB Nation and BuckeyeVet's post that there is not a single 5* rated college player on either Super Bowl team's roster. This just supports the excellent job Belichick and Carroll perform in their draft evaluation and overall player development.
Hasn't this been the first time he decommitted, not multiple times. Teenagers are allowed to change their minds.
Off topic but Scout just released their final 300 for 2015. I would of created a new forum topic but I do not have the required number of helmet stickers. They included a nice excerpt about Burrow and Denzel Ward. They commented on the outstanding seasons both had which resulted in a considerable jump in their rankings. The link provided gives you a summary and a few notes about the final rankings. At the bottom of the page is the link to their final 300 for 2015.
Miller graduated and is free to transfer to any school without having to sit out. This is in response to your "Did Miller enroll in classes" question. I did not hear anything about Miller furthering his education with grad courses (Masters).
Don't forget that Parris Campbell red shirted this year. His current size is reported at 6' 2'' and 200 lbs. He did play running back along with almost every other offensive position in high school. I don't believe he has a definitive position yet at OSU. With his size and Mick's strength program I could easily see him adding another 15 to 20 lbs. Again you mentioned TRUE RUNNING BACK but figured I would mention him since he is often overlooked in last years class.
Than Collier will have to step up and start building his Heisman Trophy resume. We are blessed with all our riches at QB.
You always need to consider injuries in that equation if he does indeed stay for another year. You also never know what the family situation is like back home. His family's financial situation could of been the primary reason he decided to enter the draft. To each his own. Personally being a Buckeye fan I would of loved to see him stay another year but I believe he made the right decision and now is getting paid for doing what he loves. In addition, the lifespan of a DT in the NFL is short-lived. Make the money while you can.
I'll throw you a bone. The class stays as is and Warinner is promoted to OC.
Well with Landers just committing, we already have our first DT of the class. I don't believe it will be an issue. With Bennett graduating, the shelf is getting pretty thin at DT (Washington does have the option to opt for the draft too). The more the merrier in my book. I definitely do like what I see from Landers' highlights though.
Is Cornell even playing today?
I agree, making the broadcast extremely difficult to watch. Figured after 10 minutes of this shit they would have solved the problem. Ridiculous.