Should be a good 1-year stint before whatever's happening to QBs in College Station happens to him. All kidding aside, best of luck to him.
They voted to lose so they could start and be in control of their own tournament.
Can a man get a summary?
His reaction to Haskell Garrett's commitment and his responses to when other commits talk about him joining them at OSU. I'm sure there are also encouraging signs for each dubious tweet. His frequent trips to Lincoln are not really worrying but some of Andrew's comments on Tyjon make me think our 2017 will not have him in it. "Clearer" is pretty relative considering how unpredictable the mind of a teenager is and just what recruits say during the process in general.
Would I put any money on it? No, not really. But I'm getting the feeling he's leaning elsewhere.
There have always been people who think that those who did not attend should not be fans. They are called "douchebags" and you should terminate any associations of the sort you may have. The southern Ohio thing is new to me, though. I suggest you take the same approach.
I don't know if this affects DPJ's thinking, but it's becoming clearer that Tyjon Lindsey is likely headed elsewhere. Our limited spots are filling up rapidly so if he's going to be a Buckeye, it's not going to take until February. Been really hard to get a read on who he's feeling, though.
He's going to graduate with a bacherlor's before even starting his freshman year.
It's a list of current recruiting targets sorted in order of likelihood of committing. Which is a pretty darn handy way to present the information, IMO.
+1 to offset the downvoters. People are getting temperamental around here.
Lol. Let's revisit this in 2019.
Darrell Hazel. He's got a really big drum and I'd hate to be hearing that in the middle of the night.
Look, he does a great job with what he's got!
I only looked for OSU. Honestly, that's not bad. We are a huge unknown to everyone that's not a Buckeye. And he didn't put UM higher than us, so that puts him above way too many other sports writers.
Ask him a stupid question. Trigger the 1000-yard stare. There it is.
Man, Matthew Burrell really got fit.
Never mind, I was gonna make a vaguely political, non-partisan comment here but decided not to, but after I hit "save."
Why is UM higher than App St.?
Seriously. When I was younger, I used to think the Olympics were grand and almost a paragon of global community. Now it's a economy-killing event controlled by corrupt snakes. The preparation has been such a disaster that I wouldn't even be confident that a building isn't going to collapse at some point.
There are just so many things that could go wrong. What a disastrous decision the IOC made to allow them to host it. Terrible for the athletes and terrible for Brazil. The Olympics COST money and Brazil doesn't exactly have a lot to spare.
I don't know who would really be the best choice but suggesting Desmond Howard for doing the Heisman pose modeled after Ed Smith is pretty freaking stupid.
Us waiting to post BOOM gifs:
Wow, that's an incredibly scummy thing to do. Not really much stopping him, either. Are there even laws that would prevent this abuse?
snip snip, boyyyys
Thank you sir. For the record, I'm not trying at all to say that the Cavs won because the NBA is rigged.
It has already been an effect. Will it increase? Not unless they majorly play it up somehow. Should it increase? No, I mean would it be a difference maker for you to know that a famous NBA athlete is a fan of a university he never attended and lives/plays 150 miles away from said university? The influence is minimal, if there at all.