On a side note, I'm interested to see how Tosh Lupoi does with Bama. He's a crazy good recruiter and brings serious West Coast connections to the SEC, but has baggage as well from recruiting violation allegations.
It also may be the first team GPA ever recorded for Ole Miss.
I would be surprised if it weren't commitable, actually, given the lack of confidence in Corley and seeming lack of trust in Mitchell as a polished WR (as opposed to an athlete).
Good reminder, as well, of how much time these men put in for Buckeye functions. And they always look happy as hell.
Don't rule that out.
Respect your post and would have agreed with you until the Corley ship seemingly sailed. With Mack committed and Corley MSU-bound, that leaves only Craig-Myers and Victor ahead of Mitchell on our board and we'd take either, regardless.
I'm hoping (as are you) that the Mitchell slow-play has seemingly worked itself out in our favor.
So true. The recruiting title only means anything to the guys at Rivals, 247, etc. I like their work, but the obsession with #1 is silly.
I, for one, thought this was funny.
"Mr. Mitchell, your table is ready."
We take about 25 kids a year for 85 spots, total. It's not always going to work out, for a variety of reasons. Though it's certainly good to know why kids leave, everybody playing private eye sometimes brings out the worst in us as a site. Wish him well and carry on.
Could Cooper be our top recruit this year? Nobody has had a better spring and established such crazy momentum heading into the fall.
A few of them just did their re-evals recently, so I think they wait until one time and then do a class overhaul.
Seems to be no doubt that Cooper will be a 5*.
C'mon, not the "they're not even that good" argument. GS won 67 games this year. Sixty-seven! A team does not have to dominate every team or series, they just have to win four out of seven and GS did that. This is a broke-ass argument.
No worries. It's easier to detect with longer sentences.
Gill, who has not committed to Ohio State, said today that he'd like to wait until his junior year before making a decision.
"I don't even need full-time right away, Urban. I'll break down film, I'll clean up after meetings...."
To avoid any appearance of impropriety, Hayes broke off all social contact with the elder Otis during the son's college career. Dr. Otis lived and operated a medical practice in Celina, Ohio.
Yeah, that would happen today.
Great question. I was going to ask it, but your version is much better.
If there's a trip to work about, it's the one to Tennessee.
Better at chasing guys than stopping them from catching balls.
And ends the same way- untouched.
Stefon Diggs would have been insane in our offense and on special teams. We'll see with Robert Foster; he's only a RS soph, but I suspect with the amount of young talent Bama always has, he had better step up quickly or they'll move on to a player with more time left.
Same story for me. The best analogy that I can think of is an infestation. I still have family and friends there, but the infestation of the addicts is like a house being invaded by rodents or cockroaches; can't enjoy it even if you don't see it.
Fred Hoiberg will be the Bulls next coach. Book it.
I hate Isiah Thomas and even I agree with this assessment.