They won't say it but this does not bother the NFL much. They will get significant fines from both sides and the ratings they will get next season from the first match up will be huge especially when it is played in Prime Time. This is an intense rivalry that just went to another level after Saturday night. It's good for the NFL's bottom line
Just shows he is more suited to the college level plus Meyer still calls the shots
Who knows. He may stay longer than 2 seasons for the right compensation.
Great Hire. Might this put Rashan Gary back on the radar?
Season is not over . Bucks still have another game
Get real. Meyer is hiring guys who WANT to be a head coach. They are more motivated to be the best they can be and that benefits the Buckeyes.
Jim Harbaugh is on the Ohio 5 yard line in the closing seconds the game tied 21-21 and prays for inspiration. He looks to the heavens and says "God what play should I call." God answers "throw a flat pass to the right". Harbaugh calls the play and it is intercepted and returned all the way for a touchdown giving Ohio State the win. Harbaugh once again looks to the heavens and says "God why did you call that play". God pauses and says "Hey Woody why did we call that play?"
See, God is an OSU fan!
I have a source who would likely have good inside knowledge of this. Pete's attorneys and baseball's attorneys have been talking. If Pete gets in it will not be until next year as he does not want to distract the The Big Red Machine 40th Anniversary this summer or the All Star Game in Cincy. He probably is allowed in next year.
Well stated. People are getting entirely too wound up over this.
2 Questions: Who is Cnote? 2. Do we actually know when the pic was taken? Could have been taken 3 months ago and is now being posted. People really need to lighten up on the Weber issue.
He would be a good choice. He enjoyed some success at Rutgers (not exactly a powerhouse) and won a few bowl games there. Obviously he struggled in the NFL but I seem to remember another coach who struggled as a head coach there and came back to college and has won a few national championships recently.
If he ever plays for the Buckeyes again it will largely be up to him. He obviously needs to go through rehab and get himself straightened out. Once he gets passed that point, if he want to plays for the Buckeyes, I am sure Urban and Ohio State can exert considerable influence on the Big 10 to reconsider his ineligibility. I seem to remember reading that there may be an appeal option. I think the rule needs to be modified as it's original intent was probably to go after PED's. As far as I know, ecstasy is not. I think after they test positive for a second time, consider the kid ineligible but allow them an avenue to get reinstated on a case by case basis.
Obviously a very high character guy and any of the schools football programs would be lucky to have him
No he is not
It sounds like the mother has some legitimate concerns regarding MSU. It sound as if the MSU coaches screwed up when she addressed her concerns to them. As a parent, it is her responsibility to try and guide her son on what she believes to be the right path regardless of what a lot of people who do not know the entire situation think. She and the father know what is best for their son not anyone else. She also knows that if he is determined to go to MSU that he will he will just go there without her blessing. Will he hold some resentment toward her? Sure. He is a 17 year old. Hopefully her reasoning for doing this will cause him to prove her wrong by putting his nose to the grindstone, get his degree and maybe become an NFL caliber player. If that occurrs, than she will have done her job and been a good parent to her son