If he was interested in Nebraska wouldn't we have heard of it before now? He's been committed for a while and he will be a Buckeye!
It can show on paper that we haven't won the Big 10 but in fact we know we won it twice. I couldn't care less what the haters say, only that we know we were champions those 2 years. On Saturday we have nothing to lose. I believe everyone thinks we will lose, that's good, because of J.T.'s injury. Again, who care about everyone else?
Up here in Toledo SCUM was running ads for football tickets to Saturdays game. All you had to do was buy two cokes and you received 2 tickets to Saturdays's game. So I bought 2 cokes but told them to keep the tickets!
Wow, the author spent a lot of time on this article. He did get one thing correct, the Big 10 does stink. But adding more staff isn't the answer. All the staff will do is find the great players and lose them to the southern schools. There are reasons the Big 10 is poor in football this year.
1. Ohio State lost their best player, Braxton Miller, two weeks before the first game!
2. PSU is coming off probation.
3. Michigan is a below average team, just a down cycle.
4. Football is religion in the south! They have spring football. They over recruit meaning they will get rid of a player to make room for a better one. The weather is better. They have more speed in the south. The Big 10 has to have bigger but slower lineman because if the weather in the fall. When do teams from the south ever come up north to play, especially after October 1. What are the co-eds wearing in Columbus in November? Or December, January, February, March...you get the picture, it helps in recruiting. If you don't think college football isn't big in the south listen to college football shows in the radio. 90% of the calls come from the South!
Don't ya love Coach D!
I was thinking the same thing. But he made his decision, let him stay at Penn St.