The linebackers are double challenged in this game.
Here's a good example: Mitch McGary. I know it was marijuana and not ecstasy but both of them got caught by archaic rules and given draconian punishments for things that have little to do with sport but rather personal behavior.
Said this up above, but Mitch McGary suspended for a full season for marijuana by the NCAA when he was out injured anyway was absolutely ridiculous.
Urbz after a bye week... oh ye of little faith. SHAME!
Are you the best of the best?
I've got a pretty awesome black with scarlet trim Nike breathable hoody. You would make an exception I think.
I said that in the first reply. Do you have me on ignore? Is that a premium lounge option? #hatersgonnahate
The Jim Ross wrestling surprise intro reference
No, but the B1G could add UNC and/or GT and allow the ACC room to add UC. Acronyms FTW.
Looks like the first pic is the 'under armor' (whatever adidas calls it) shirt.
I appreciate the sentiment, but not the visual. :)
In the first quarter. After that he was mostly shut down. That loss was on the offense and special teams WAY more than the defense.
The best thing about 2-1 is a chance to go 3-1?
He is the butt which farts not the fart that comes out of a butt.
I'm pretty sure Marion is always disqualified. That might be one of the words that comes up when you google "Marion, Ohio".
Hopefully Gibson's prospects of redshirting don't affect his decision process. QB's shouldn't really expect to start as true freshmen unless they are going into a bad situation anyway.
I'm not as negative as most of you about Braxton as a QB as I think he might be the best QB in OSU history if he gets the chance to have a full senior season. But pro scouts will definitely want to see some game tape with his surgically repaired throwing shoulder before putting their neck on the line along with team doctors. The Dolphins passed on pro bowl Drew Brees coming off of that type of shoulder surgery. It isn't far fetched to think Braxton would go undrafted unless he changed positions or had more game tape to prove he can still throw the ball with NFL velocity.
Redshirt is still in tact if they choose to use it. Guessing they will since he didn't play against Kent State and Jamarco Jones and Marcelys Jones did. If he starts dominating practice and wins a starting job they could change their minds but that seems far fetched at this point.
No I think the booing was more in support of the current players in their efforts to make the playoffs. Calvert got huge ovations for stepping up and fighting Nash. Also, I think it provided nice closure for both parties despite the heel turn.
I believe they did that against KSU.
He had a borderline all star type year which isn't by itself worth a crapton of money, until you add in that he is 22 and could still add strength to his large frame and get better at all aspects of his game. If the Jackets didn't have the leverage they have then he'd be getting higher offers than what was reported. But CBA's almost always favor the teams with young players (the veterans are the ones negotiating the CBA).
I agree the CBJ offers seem reasonable. He probably shouldn't take the long term offers though since his upside is much higher. I think the sticking point is the bridge offer. If he lives up to potential he could be worth a long term deal at 10+M per year but he wants enough guaranteed money in the meantime to be secure.
Also if you are siding 100% with management then you have fallen for their media games. I give the other side some benefit of the doubt since they weren't the ones badmouthing in the media.
I would suggest your post is ironic since one of the sub-definitions fits his usage perfectly. But then I might be misusing irony.
Wow, this is crazy. How do you get suspended for a half for saying dirty words? Regardless of his priors, this is ridiculous.
I think that is related to Samuel being a true freshman rather than the pecking order.