Probably because he didn't have shoulder surgery in July? Wait, that doesn't need a question mark either.
He may be insured in the same way that other players insure knees or shoulders or arms.
Maybe because there are some pretty damn good doctors at tOSU already, but this time it HAS to stay put. Another surgery where he misses another year pretty much ruins his chances in the NFL and makes for a substantial hit financially for him. Not that its life threatening, but it could be life changing.
Yeah, I mean who would want the 2 league offensive player of the year, Heisman candidate, former freshman of the year, fifth year senior quarterback who went 24-2 in his last 2 seasons back? GO TRY TO BE A RUNNING BACK IN THE NFL, LOSER!
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Good Lord! He didn't die!
There was seriously a dv for that?
I can't say anything bad about Kirk. And with that, I'd take sweat. I can't say anything bad about him either. I like the way he carries himself, the way he plays, and that type of athlete is extremely rare at that position. But in the words of Robert Frost, Kirk, "you, come too."
How exactly do you become the best ever for a year? I kid.
Which surgery would that be?
He got a little drip on him.
Great cause. My best friend died from ALS a few years ago. I always give whatever I can to them, which reminds me that I don't think I have this year. Gets me kinda choked up now thinking about it. He left behind an amazing wife and two awesome little kids.
It's definitely a tough disease to see someone you love suffer through. I encourage anyone who can give if you can.
I remember hearing a few years ago that Northwestern found a possible cause of the disease but haven't read up on it lately. Some props to the B1G there.
Just about, except you could replace "games" with "steps" and start the whole thing of with "Two-yard-loss"
It's pretty disgusting that you would place any blame on a woman for a man hitting her. I read what you wrote so you don't need to type it in caps to try to make me understand. You're dead wrong. DEAD WRONG.
That doesn't even look like a game of knockout. The receiver could see that one coming!
Tiger Woods was "fine" too, but the PT of the house called his re injury. If it was a rotator cuff I hope he took good care of it. He's still in the area for re injury, which is why I hope I'm wrong. It all seems to fit though. The type of injury, at least when and how I think it happened, how long it took before surgery fits the amount of time to try therapy before surgery, the recovery time after surgery. I assume he'll be good right around the season, which would also be about the correct timing for that type of injury. Obviously they don't talk about it so nobody outside the program really knows what it was exactly. I wasn't trying to be a complete prick just because i'm skeptical of everything being A-ok, I just know my wife is a damn good PT.
Well there's that too...
I respectfully think youre full of crap. They don't talk much specifics about injuries, but I get the feeling everything isn't hunky dory. I really hope I'm the one who is completely full of crap.
Good for him. I'm glad it worked out for the better. Could have ended much worse.
I wonder how often that policy has ever been needed in the past.
I did the same.
Personally, I like more than 2 games for being a pain in the ass to the cops alone, then add the bar brawl on top of it. I don't really think it matters too much since he wasn't really likely to get too much playing time anyway.
I agree entirely, but there have been done in the past that find social media a great place to get their name in the media. Thomas and Hyde both did it. Like you, I much prefer the type that understand that the role they are in is the the roll that they earned.
I also think some of the egos are already in check at osu because they know there are other great plays already there.
It is different in the south on Saturdays. I would say that she's right. They can be mean, but I think that comes from many people just being irrational or completely unreasonable there about the fact that it is COLLEGE FOOTBALL. There are more important things to life here. From what I saw in Southwestern Florida at a party with PSU, OSU, LSU, UF and Auburn fans, I almost got my ass kicked by everybody BUT the PSU fans for cheering on Malcolm Jenkins on his way to the endzone during the 2006 penn state game.
I think I can empty my 40 in 4.29 sec on my best day. Maybe field strip it too, but damn.