Wasn't he the Big Recruiting Win they counted over Meyer?
btw: We are here in Columbus, Ohio so our readers know all about that flat and cold you mentioned, but where are you from in the Midwest?
VV: I was just at the game there in Columbus! I went to the game two weeks ago against USC. I was there with my father and his brother. I’ve always been a Buckeye fan. All of my family is from Ohio, I’m the only one that wasn’t born there. Both of my sisters were born there. My dad grew up in Zanesville, Ohio. My grandfather was a farmer in a little town called Brewster, Ohio. Both my sisters and my parents lived in Columbus before I was born, and I was raised in Illinois. My dad has always been such a big football fan that I was born into Ohio State, and I’ve always been a fan of them.
I love his Ohio State mancave in The Watch too.
Lethal Weapon 3, which is tough because Lethal Weapon is so good.
Terminator 2: Judgment Day
I believe he's also a Buckeye Fan.
The Dark Knight
Its amazing how much he regressed when O'Brien left for Houston.
I heard somewhere that she was a hip, hip lady.
He's still overpaid.
I thought it was pretty good up until the way they decided to end it, I really hope this show isn't falling into that same mold.
Well that sucks, they have a pretty good opportunity to follow the True Detective route with this show and make each season centric on a different case in a different location.
I really hope the writers don't try to get cute and not reveal who the killer is and/or end the season on a cliffhanger. That exact strategy killed the AMC show The Killing after 1 season, hopefully HBO is smarter than that.
Ryan Timmons and Sam Bruce are slotted at H Back I believe....
I fully expect to see him this year when the Piranhas are on the field.
I don't think Urban really didn't recognize him, I think he wanted to encourage Bruce to look elsewhere.
Yeah, he looks like he's already been working with Marotti for 2 years. I agree, doesn't seem like he could bulk up without sacrificing athleticism. Thanks for the updates.
Thats not the only point that was attempted to be made about Smith in this thread.
Pryor will be a monster at SS if that's his ultimate path. He's listed at 6-2 195 now, not out of the question to see him get to 6-3 and 215-220 ish once he gets into the weight room with Coach Mick. I can't wait to see him punishing people dumb enough to cross paths with him back there if he lines up at Safety.
Don't Pryor and White project as LB's in Columbus? That makes a Secondary projection of Wade and Williamson at Corner and Riep and Okudah at Safety, which is ridiculous and completely feasible.
In essence, all I'm saying is Smith's getting "credit" shouldn't be mutually exclusive to which category were talking about, which in my opinion, is what I tend to see.
Just curious, who's development has he stunted in your opinion?
I'd give Thomas as much if not more credit for his own development as I would Smith.
This is some MRON level stuff, wow.
Hyde was exhonerated by video evidence, but punished by Meyer for being in a situation that shined a negative light on the program. 4 games is a steep price to pay for basically getting falsely accused. Williams, otoh, just got his 3rd DUI and blew over a .15 which I read could be prosecuted as a felony in Nebraska. For that he is docked 2 weeks pay and gets paid time off for 4 Saturdays this fall. He's still allowed to coach up to the games mind you, just not allowed to be on the sidelines during game time. If this were his 1st offense I wouldn't see that as lenient, but given he's failed to learn his lesson after being caught doing this two times before I would think a stronger message needs to be sent about the severity of his dumbass behavior.
Not when you compare the offenses Hyde and Williams committed.
I hope that PoS blows out both his knees.