And he has a new baby. Working for Urbz and staying put might be good for his family.
UM seems unlikely, as they've been restructuring their roster to be more pro-style after Rich Rod left.
For example they've been drafting taller "jump ball" receivers, not the Dontre Wilson / Percy Harvin types that make Urbz offense go.
IMO Shelley's B1G vs. SEC comments are basically, "They're a bunch of crazy southern hicks. You don't understand how crazy southern hicks can be".
I think she's glad to be back in Ohio, where things are still intense, but more civil. Even at THE GAME we're able to not poison trees or tea-bag each other.
It's also enlightening that the MIGHTY SEC has only been mighty with coaches from Ohio or West Virginia (Meyer, Miles, Saban), or by acquiring lower-level teams from the Big 12 (Mizzou, A&M). I'm saving popcorn for the day that Saban retires, just to enjoy their tears.
It can always, always get worse. But those are the most dangerous OSU or UM teams: Those with nothing to lose in The Game.
I'm in favor of rotating in the backups as much as possible, in all position groups.
To win it all we'll have to play 15 games, topped off at the end by TTUN > B1G Championship > Playoff game > National championship.
The more games we play, the greater the risk of injuries. We need as many experienced players as possible heading into the home stretch.
I agree that Wisky fans will be pissed. And Nebraska fans.
However, in the long run, I think the re-alignment will be a good thing. Purdue, Illinois, Northwestern, Iowa and Minnesota will need to step up or it will be the "little 5 vs. the big 2". They will have to up their game instead of being mediocre and getting an upset against OSU/PSU/UM every few years.
Overall this could be the fastest team in Ohio State history. Can't wait.
This would be funnier if it turned out he actually got a degree from Alabama.
What is PSU bringing on October 25th?
A team full of walk-ons!
Terrelle was a kid who made mistakes that weren't crimes. Big #$%@^& deal. I did worse when I was his age.
He's also the QB that beat the SEC finally and owned TTUN. He made us all proud. He needs to have his seat at the family table.
It always touches my heart when an out-of-state kid shows love for The Ohio State University and commits.
Welcome to the biggest football family on earth, Tyler! May you exceed your expectations on the field and in the classroom!
Um, the vast majority of UM football grads major in "General Studies" -- to get around going to "real" college. So the UM degree argument doesn't hold water.
Jim Harbaugh even called UM out about this. Ohio State has a better record of getting players meaningful degrees recently. See: Craig Krenzel, molecular genetics. Ironic that he's from Michigan.
I might be wrong ... is Eddie employed by TOSU now?
In any case, congratulations to one of the best individuals to dawn the Scarlet and Gray.