$100 wasn't his punishment, Schlegel already handled that
On second-and-3, Kiel stares down Morrison, who breaks from the inside to the sideline on a go route, causing OSU safety Isaiah Williams to follow when Kiel pump fakes.
Best part is, 68-67 in College is actually a better resume than the last guy they hired.
Laughing at TTUN will never get old.
I hear Schlegel is currently interviewing with the Secret Service for the White House Protection Detail.
POTUS would sleep like a baby knowing that Schlegel is patrolling the lawn.
Really? Stoneburner and Mewhort lost their schollies for peeing in an alley outside a bar, basically the same punishment this guy got.
When you say "You hit a sacred cow the Carlos Hyde reference/example so I understand the downvotes even though your point is very valid. I guess trying to mesh emotions and logic don't always work.", does hit the sacred cow somehow mean make the worst possible correlation you could? I'm struggling to understand how any rational person could draw a parallel between the actions of Wunder and Hyde given the evidence.
Is actually sad to me that there are people out there who still believe Hyde hit that girl. I'd expect that from a scUM fan, but a Buckeye fan should have a higher level of intelligence than that.
Except there's video of both offenses, and only Wunder's shows a crime being committed. Unless I missed actual evidence of Hyde committing a crime? Can you help a brother out and show me said proof?
I didn't know Mindy Drayer was an 11W member.
How's your dog these days Mindy?
I read he is in year 4 of a 5 year Mech Engineering program. So that means he has to foot the bill for 3 semesters right?
I bet he'd like to take that decision back right about now.
All the time, most NFL 3-4 OLB's were DE's in college.
Spence as a 34 OLB in the 3rd round would be a steal. Make it happen Farmer.
Yeah, whoever is in charge of their programming needs to step it up. There's not much worth watching on there outside of the actual games. The Journey is pretty good, as is Big 10's Best but there should be ALOT more given the access to the teams they have. Why they don't do their own version of Training Days is a mystery to me. Seems like a no brainer.
Normally, I use it as an indication of how the young guys are developing. We usually know who the starters are because they are static throughout the season, but not so true among the backups. Its gives a good look into who's making the most noise in the up an d comers group.
This year, however, I'm really looking forward to seeing who won all the tight position battles we had in camp.
Dinardo also said scUM was the best team in the B1G last year at this time, so it seems he really has no idea what he's talking about.
Not just scUM history, thats the most embarassing loss in CFB history. They were a Top 5 team that lost to an FCS at home, it doesn't get lower than that.
Hoke said he couldn't remember exactly where he was when Michigan lost its opener to Appalachian State in 2007
I'd put good money on Old Country Buffet.
It was always on Direct TV, wasn't it? Or are they offering it without the sports package now?
Wow, this Bruce Wolfe guy needs to get a clue. I'd bet my mortgage he never played organized tackle football in his life. I shutter to think what my coach would have done to me had I attacked and ripped the helmet off an opposing player after the whistle.
He should, but since he's the coach at Ohio state he won't win it. They'll probably give it to James Franklin because he had early recruiting success, ignoring the fact that he went 7-5.
Everyone I know, including myself, dumped the water AND donated to the cause.
Its a marketing ploy, then people donate via their website.
Pretty brilliant idea too.
Here's more info:
UCLA's Brett Hundley wasn't as efficient executing read options, but he was a terrific athlete on par with Braxton Miller as a runner
Umm, is this guy serious?
BTN should do one, would be the highest rated show they have.
Meyer didn't technically boot Cam, though he also didn't technically boot Se'von Pittman either. I'd venture to guess the 2 had very similar conversations with Urban before they decided to request release.
The fact that he plead guilty to a felony doesn't just go away when his record gets wiped by some BS deal. Like I said, he doesn't have a felony record. He's still a man that admitted committing a felony in a court of law, hence he's a felon. Just because he doesn't have to disclose that fact when he finally gets around to putting his Degree in General Studies to use doesn't change that. Pretty easy to spin opinions one way or the other, but the fact at the center is always the fact that he plead guilty of committing a felony. If it makes some scUM fans feel better about him that their sorry state has some BS legislature in place to give him a 2nd chanc, thats their deal but it doesn't change the fact that he's an admitted felon.