I remember that like yesterday. Really one of the all-time greatest sports moments I've seen.
But then this guy might need a pay cut
He's earning that, but the real question is what is he making? I'm sure he returns in the several 100% range.
Agreed. There's even a next step for those like Aaron Hernandez or Rae Carruth
Plenty of Buckeyes would make this list on other team's forums and I love it.
DJ Byrnes.... as evidenced this morning.
Carolina could use a third stringer.
I don't see this as a reason to knock on their program. They just dont touch the tradition of ours.
Five power conferences, 64 teams within those conferences. It would be nice to see the bottom half be better than just making the cut in terms of recruiting rankings. I will admit a team like Iowa pulls a lot out of a 50th ranked class, but it would still be good to see our bottom half stepping up the competition with better raw talent coming in as well.
The Falcons will have a shiny new stadium by then
My take away was Braxton Miller will get drafted by someone based on his speed alone. The rest can be figured out later. (not the first time I've come to this conclusion, but a pleasant reminder)
Luke Fickell should recruit Luke Farrell
Have we ever rioted after a loss? I was out after the Florida '07 and LSU '08 games and there wasn't a soul. Arizona last week and now Kentucky is just surprising. I couldn't see my friends and I having that kind of energy after a loss. I usually want to curl up into the fetal position and begin a 5 day hangover.
One loss, F this UK shirt I'm burning it!
The only downside to this team is there won't be enough plays in the season to feature each great talent.
One round KO for $100. That's how it always seems to work out.
My guess is the fact that OSU owns the, relatively new, Schott for outright basketball use has a lot to do with our placing. Rupp Arena is owned by the local govt. Syracuse might be as well or they split the value with football. Indiana has an old arena, but more importantly Tom Crean.
I feel like the exposure the SEC is getting with a 24/7 network, Paul Finebaum, and other general obsession by ESPN will cause problems for some of those schools down the road. This Saban issue is just the first of many to come that would have been swept under the rug otherwise. Even with the favorable light those media outlets put on the conference it will be hard to hide a warehouse of skeletons.
Check out the 0:55 second mark. He's ready to be a Buckeye
This should help some of you join me in dreaming for a final four in Vegas.
I was hoping this would be about Luigi Vilain
but at least they have a good deal on tickets
D'Angelo missing the shot after breaking ankles reminds of this would be all time highlight