I miss the tear-away mesh jerseys (Earl Campbell)
no words can suffice
Belly Bouncing WWE style
All hail Coach Marotti
Life perspective 101
damn auto-correct to the rescue
Don't Mess with Texas
me thinks you're a traveler in reality, eschewing the march through the mirror portal to "Ann Arbor in WoolMittenLand"
drone? Spooky travels counter-clockwise at lower altitudes, IIRC
somewhere in all this is a message to the Ohio high school programs -- coach up "motor" and "character" and "football sense" to give your studs a shot at being a Buckeye
Maybe. Consider the possibility the home's occupant had a lethal back-up -- a Tennessee Toothpick, a Canine Commando, a wife with a loaded AK ...
that ND comment is a stretch
you say definitively it is "over signing" when it is not, because that is not possible. On the exact day the almighty ncaa dictates you must have a maximum 85 scholly players on roster, the Buckeyes have 85 players.
What we saw in the sec repeatedly was players who the year before saw the field in game situations, and where no reported injury in real time news reporting occurred, suddenly be gone from the program at the last hour for mysterious reasons.
Yes, there is a distinction with a difference. I'm willing to bet Coach Meyer would explain his methodology for roster management at his elite program, and it would be exactly this -- "We recruit an individual we and the recruit feels fit our program and our needs. The deal we make is the recruit has potential, and both of us work together to develop that potential. When that doesn't happen by year two (barring injury), we talk about our futures together."
I believe Coach Meyer sure the heck doesn't turn around one day and look to jettison somebody when he needs a spot for a 'shiny new 5* recruit'.
Just stop with all your thinky, smarty, wisdomy talk
What is "obvious?"
him, maybe not?
The Buck Guy
spot on example
some here still wax poetic about the 70's where Woody was able to hoard players -- usually 100+
Fact: Urban Meyer tells all recruits "I didn't come here to coach 'average'."
I applaud those who make a decision to leave to fit their desire and abilities to the right program
so why did Coach Meyer offer him
I might have missed it -- did you, along with your list, provide insight as to each player's failure(s)? And, did you categorize them as to whether they were "coaching, physical, or mental-toughness" related?
please feel free to tweet that to Lee and Perry
you mean, "too muscle-bound to have quick hips?"