Came on to ask that same question. I like Action's answer.
From what little I know, her saliva would be recognizable in the sample.
I think the DNA matters because, if present, it would contradict his and the others' story that they did not have sex. If he's lying about that, it gets pretty murky.
Wow. Surprise boom indeed.
It's a Mitchell thing.
Probably helps in that it dampens any theory that she is trying to make money off of him. The DNA should be the crucial evidence here. No, it does not necessarily mean rape if DNA is found, but it completely blows up Conley's and the other witnesses' story that nothing happened and he did not have sex with her. No DNA and I think this will blow over quickly, if not quickly enough.
that was sarcasm.
If you're tracking these things, a whole bunch of CB's are rolling in for Cox to Buckeyes. I mean, if you like that sort of thing.
True. Seems like a large leap from "didn't have sex with her" to "OK, had sex with her, but it was consensual" if DNA is found. I think that would be pretty hard to overcome, however, if found. It would sure color my thinking, anyway. But we're not there yet.
he was friendly and smiled the entire time even though he said little
You and your wife got off easy. It's not pretty. I met him years ago and conversation (like coordinating nouns, verbs, and adjectives into sensible chunks) was quite a challenge for him.
Anybody have an update on when he may announce, or are we on "hold your horses" mode? Seems like we are on the cusp of finding out some really big answers to our 2018 D recruiting with Cox, Gant, and, suddenly, Parsons all on the clock to some degree.
Michigan fans will still argue that he went high in the draft.
Thank you. Dude is a fucking clown. Yes, he can coach a little, but the hijinks are so tiresome.
The posts on the 247 site did seem very pro-Irish in regards to Gant's visit. It seems like when guys are going to go ND, they do it at the end of the trip; they've completely guzzled the Kool-Aid. Any time that passes after his visit ends would seem to be in our favor. I feel the same way about out-of-state guys who visit Columbus.
I'm dubbing it Crappy Valley.
This is so true. I actually think the 2003 Cubs had a more fervent following and you could actually afford to go to games back then (I would suggest a correlation here). I think there's been a big turnover in fans since then, with a healthy dolloping of both new and bandwagon fans. In reality, though, I suspect Theo Epstein and Tom Ricketts have not a fuck to give.
Thanks, Matt. I was watching this transpire yesterday. Maryland had a great day by anyone's standards.
Not that it matters, but I suspect his rankings will dip slightly due to him being a non-story for the recruiting websites, while kids who play to the spotlight and release all of their lists will get more pub. To each his own.
I watched the video again after reading your comment. I think it's the lack of finishing plays that sticks out; he's in the right spot, but doesn't seem to compete for balls very hard or sell out for balls not on his hands. That's concerning.
Not even in the same conversation. Terrible. They have, like, three guys.
Not sure you're familiar with how it all works...
The same narratives, Buck68, that we once spun about our D (the Everett Withers years) and are currently spinning about our passing game? I agree. In the previous two narratives, big changes were made.
I find it all telling that he had a disagreement with medical staff at the combine and was ultimately thrown out of the combine. Do we know if they do the hair test for drugs there? Perhaps he did the urine test, and when they informed him of the follicle test (which will detect any drugs in the system for up to 90 days) he lost it and freaked. No source on that, just a theory of what may have happened.
Dick Fucking Tracy. That is outstanding.
While cynics may suggest that shady shit happens in every program, mothers of recruits are generally not cynics and will take note of MSU's run of general douchebaggery.
I love how the NFL teams throw shade on players, hoping that they drop far enough in the draft so that said team can draft them.
I think it's partly that and partly just too much time between NCG and the draft. They talk themselves out of the players they want and go for trendy players that shoot up the board in the last couple of weeks. The consensus on Hooker seems to be No. 7 to the Chargers. It may be the safest bet outside of Garrett at #1.
Not that #17 is some sort of disgrace.
With all of his free time...
My experience with boards is that they're oftentimes looking for your $$ input as much or moreso than your wise counsel.