Staff - any indications when you will get some more of the wiskey glasses? I would love to support 11W while simultaneously drinking wiskey.
Thanks guys... I have not had Litte Ceasar's in probably 4 years. Due to this thread, I just picked one up on my lunch break.
^ I've never wanted to upvote a staff's comment more...
"I'm ready to win some championships and get Michigan back to the top,"
"Especially starting to beat Ohio State, that's going to be big. I want to make sure that in my four years I don't lose to Ohio State once."
This confirms my thoughts that a breakout season for Dontre Wilson is inevitable this year.
Dynamite drop in BD.
We could know alot going into our visit. If he has not committed yet after the UGA and VTech visits, we will have a great opportunity to be the last visit on his mind.
Great work as always Ross.
Couple things I noticed for the first time watching these videos.
1. In the play against Sparty in the B1G game, Hyde had one hell of a block. So did Spencer. If Jeff makes that block, Brax gets to the sideline and may score on the play.
2. I may have the understanding of the rules wrong, but in the video @ MSU, at the .11 second mark, it looks like we get away with an illegal chop block. (and dang near blows Hall's knee out)
Edit: Looks like Codeez thought the same as me, just a few seconds sooner.
Guys, Danny Clark is a phenom. I think we somewhat forget about him since he is a few years away still, but this kid can do it all. Watching his videos, you would assume he is an early enrollee, not a SO in high school.
That just made me, a grown man, cry at my desk at work.
And gave me chill bumps. Not just the normal ones on your arm. No, it gave me the big ones, the ones you can feel on the top of your head.
First thing I noticed was he doesn't interlock (over even overlap for that matter) his two hands. For someone who preaches fundamentals so much, he has himself in a touch position to start. Every instructional video out there says it all starts with your grip!
Man, it seems like Hilliard is a huge domino for the class. He pulls the trigger for OSU, and Harris and Cornell could be quick to follow. Once Harris pulls the trigger, Gipson follows, then Kirk. And so on...
Don't blink now, because before you know it OSU could have about 4-5 5*s committed.
I don't think there is too much confusion on what Butch is selling TG.
"Come here and you will start from day 1." Simple as that for Butch.
Man, I went back and forth between Anderson and Fitz. Both seem to have a good head on their shoulders, and I think both could be pretty succesful with OSU talent.
+ 1 soley for the Let Em Live reference.
Talent for talent, I think OSU will be better than Sparty this year. MSU lost so much on the defensive side of the ball, I find it hard to believe they will be as stout as they were last year. With that being said, we are a young team, and playing on the road in November in a hostile environment will certianly be a challange. Almost everyone agrees the winner of this game controls their own destiny into the 4 team playoff, and it will be interesting to see how the young Buckeyes respond to such a pressure situation game, seeing as how they struggled in the big games last year.
Worst thing about this is Clay Travis and Mike Bianchi are busting at the seems to write an article about how Urban only recruits trouble makers...
So this means you think we are getting Gibson? Sweet!
With Bama / LSU being on CBS, it is very likely ABC will pick up the OSU / Sparty game with their primetime slot to compete.
It may be a little quick to judge Devin based on the Spring Game. No Braxton, and half the starting OLine not playing, the offense was not much to look at. Braxton has shown he will look for Devin on some deep balls, and normally that is successful. Devin may not have as many catches this year, due to the number of players wanting the ball, but I still think he will have 7-8 TDs due to his speed on deep balls.
“Every single snap of spring football we have lined up in press coverage, and that’s the way we’re going to learn it. "
This makes me a little tingly inside. And I like it. Alot.
The kid will certainly need some polishing, but I do not think the staff is looking for him to come in and play from day 1. We have a pretty good QB coach, and I think some time learning the game and working on mechanics with Herman will help alot. His upside, in my opinion, far outweighs his "flaws". Not to mention the fact he is such a highly rated player, other recruits will be drawn to play with him.