Haha. It's true. I've learned that the hard way
Ten over the speed limit will almost always get you a ticket by the Ohio State Highway Patrol. They can be tough, but are pretty consistent.
Let's not forget Urban has a history of producing great college QB's no matter where he has gone, regardless of who the QB coach or OC was. The common denominator is Urban, himself. He's a coach's coach.
CAR-DALE JOOONES! CAR-DALE JOOONES!
That's exactly what jumped out at me, also. What a great young man he is!
I don't know, he must be doing something right. The kids that play there obviously love him or the seniors wouldn't have gone to him and asked him to coach them for the bowl game.
Urban is sly like a fox. He's playing the 'Whoa is us, a lowly B1G team that has to play the mighty Alabama SEC team'. He knows the Bama players will be listening and wants them to be as complacent as possible. One thing Meyer isn't is humble. One thing Meyer is, though, is a master psychologist.
Well, at least he is pro B1G and has been on the OSU bandwagon almost all year. Not 100%, but who has? There's a lot worse out there.
I think they are talking more about Wisconsin having a higher academic standard to get into the college, not their rankings. Some of the players they want can't qualify. The NCAA sets the base standard, but the schools can make it more stringent. I could be wrong, but that was my understanding.
I used to tell my sons something very similar. If guys would ask themselves two questions before they do anything crazy it would be 1. Do you want that woman to be the mother of your first child? and 2. Do you want to pay that person child support for the next 18-22 years?, I think the outcome would be a little different. I know that's the farthest thing from a
young man's mind, but at some point you have to look at the life implications to your actions.
As a mother of two boys, I can only imagine the ride he has taken you on. His brain seems to function in a way that is not in the same realm as most people. That's actually a compliment. The things I love most about him are his passion, wit and intelligence. I can tell he loves to read by the links in his WMD's. Good job, mom and a tip of the hat to you. Besides that, anyone born on my birthday can not be all that bad.
It makes sense to me. Oregon St. has a fan base and culture that has low expectations on the field. They realize that can't compete with USC, Oregon, etc for recruits, so they are looking for is a likeable coach who represents their university well and can mentor their players on and off the field. That is what they had in their previous coach. Hoke fits that model.
I had to chuckle when Urban said ".... and I know how they recruit".
That would be great. I never troll the other teams, but after a big win I do enjoy reading what everyone has to say. I also enjoy reading what their sportswriters have to say.
Thanks for your support. Now please beat Baylor. The B1G can start gaining some much needed national respect if we can only win some bowl games.
I guess the good news is Harris only tweeted once concerning Alabama and 4 times concerning the OSU. Grasping at Straws.
On Thanksgiving, my niece who has an adorable, beautiful daughter that is 6 years old went to her in-laws house for dinner. As is their custom, everyone has to say one thing they are thankful for. When it came to her, she gave the best response ever - "Dear Lord, I am thankful I am not a Michigan fan". Yes, they are raising her the right way. Love of God, love of family, love of country, and love of Buckeyes. I am so proud of her, especially because everyone there (except my niece) are PSU fans.