Elliott is young, fresh, and tough as nails. Urban won't hold him back. Early season blowouts? 'Zeke stays in the game throughout the third Q. Gaudy stats Elliott will amass as the runaway Heisman favorite all season long.
As we all know, Urban LOVES competition. Stacking up 4 and 5 star RBs can only lead to one conclusion, a damn good player is going to start (Elliott), and a damn good backup will be available as well. Dunn and Ball know their way around the offense by now, Samuel is a beast if we need him in there, and I think Webber will be given a clear shot to compete for a backup role as a true freshman.
The fact of the matter is, Oho State is head and shoulders above the rest of the CFB world going into the 2015 season. IF TCU makes it to play us, they'll get smoked even worse than Oregon did.
Alabama, I believe is rolling out a new QB as well. At least a competition with Jeff Blake.
Matta will make the PERFECT WWE manager one day.
Joining OSU in the coveted top four -- which would assure them a spot in the College Football Playoff -- are TCU, Oregon and Auburn.
TCU? We'll whoop that ass and they probably know that.
Oregon? We already did whip that ass more than once and will do it again.
Auburn? We'll whoop that ass and whoop that ass good just like their brethren Alabama, only worse.
Haha. That 'history' is fast becoming more and more 'historical'.
Man, I hope people remember where this joke is from.
UV anyway for the thought of multiple women going braless.
Speaking of which, how about Lil' Bow-Wow and Master-P's son Lil' Romeo?
I wonder if them kids ever panned out?
Damn Macke, how much $$$ did you have on this fight?
It's like the Princeton offense or North Carolina's four corners. Sucks.
Sucks for the fans but as a participant, wouldn't you employ the strategy that gives you the best chance of winning?
Does the word 'Tresselball' mean anything to you?
Perfect analogy Wayward!
Just like your humble narrator Alex DeBarge wants to vomit any time he feels the urge for the old 'in-out, in-out' or he gets a listen about his good old 'Ludwig Von'.
Conversely, I get a good feeling in my gollywogs every time I hear something from Beethoven's 9th. It brings me back to a specific scene from 'A Clockwork Orange'.
I think he meant several illegitmate bastards out of wedlock. Regardless, its an unfair stereotype on DTs. (even from the South)
I don't know. Is it pronounced 'Bow-cher' or the more eloquent 'Boo-shay'?
I see it as being a perfect balance between the Banks, OTR, and Fountain Square/5th street nestled right in between. All three destinations are very walkable between each other. I don't understand why Cincinnatians have to make a big fight out of EVERYTHING. If one location tries to get something nice, two or three others try to cock-block it because they think it negatively affects them. I guess that's the ass-backwards 'Cincinnati way' its always been. Fight about EVERYTHING so nobody gets ANYTHING.
I've been in Columbus for over 17 years and we've had great, likable mayors who tend to advance and enhance Columbus every single year. Columbus' city council members must be doing something right because you never hear about them. They do their jobs and back the mayor so Columbus continues to thrive.
Cincinnati on the other hand has this giant cold, Gotham City style City Hall that houses the mayor and a bunch of hate-mongering council members who always fight and bicker about everything with each other and the mayor. Its like one mayor, a vice mayor, and a council full of wannabe mayors who think their job is only to oppose anybody else's ideas.
I was born and raised in CIncy and I love it to death but the it has historically been excruciatingly slow to progress and it's leadership has and always will be the main reason for that.
The Banks in Cincinnati. OTR, Mt. Adams are some suggestions.
Ejuan Price never even made it to campus after signing. Tatgate scared him away.
Dorian Bell, Scott McVey, David Durham, Jamel Turner, Conner Crowell, David Perkins, Luke Roberts, Mike Mitchell and Trey Johnson either never played or barely played before leaving.
That's 10 coveted linebackers between 2010 and 2013 who didn't pan out. Ten. At Ohio State!
This is absolutely AMAZING! We are talking about some high powered recruits who could have gone most anywhere. It's been a curse for sure. Injuries, tatgate repercussions, Mitchell's dad, etc.,etc. Under Urban, it seems the curse is finally lifting.
"This glass needs washed" Coming directly from Columbus Ohio on the map. Being from Cincinnati, I never understood that kind of talk from my wife and her hillbilly family from the Columbus area. EVERYBODY from Columbus seems to do it too.
Oh, the Bosa's just might have kangaroo in their blood.
Nice pick Seattle but while we are on LBS, I'll be Captain Obvious here and pencil in Nick Conner. As an early enrollee who got a jump start on Marotti's Winter conditioning, all the Spring practices and was an absolute STANDOUT in the Spring Game, he's my dawg!
Talk about a can't miss recruit now!!!
Baker, Hilliard, EGW, et al MIGHT be dawgs too but Conner already PROVED it!