I KNOW I'm reading too much into it, but Dobbins (#2) had some extra pep in this steps, the head bounce, the stutter feet...
Great look at our "Board" and its approach. I remember seeing this segment on B10 channel on NSD
What's "worse" is UM just shared on his presser Browning had "tears" upon hearing the revenge prank call, per his mom. :D
A source close to the program tells me Ohio State "100 percent did not offer Lynn Bowden."— Andrew Lind (@AndrewMLind) February 1, 2017
PSU personally for me.
I still remember the one guy (45+ years old at least) arguing with a couple of college age WISC fans at this past B10 game, BEFORE the game even started, and most definitely not drunk. By the end of 10 min back and forth, he was getting nowhere so he decided to yell out "SUCK MY D$&^" while grabbing his crotch. It went on for good 2-3 minutes, and in that span, probably belted out that phrase at least 10 times at the top of his lungs. It was borderline psychotic. Everyone in the section was getting fed up and finally called the security on him, who showed up fairly quickly. There were at least half a dozen kids within the earshot of him, age range from 3 years old (mine) to young teens. Two young teens (if that, probably 10-12) sat literally in front of him and were chuckling nervously/sheepishly the whole time. He had zero reservations about his behavior around kids. I wish security had tossed him out but alas, he piped down by walking out to (pretend) to get some food/drinks, presumably the compromise security had offered him to not toss him. This is in addition to seeing unfortunately at least half dozen PSU fans pissing on the side of their RV lots FACING the road as we drove in. Publicly pissing after all day drinking at a college game normally is not a big issue (I've done it enough myself admittedly), but it was just weird and bizarre that not a single one of them even tried to hide themselves and their private parts from the busy street people were driving on, it was like a show for them. How do you act like that when you are visiting another city?! I've been to other B10 games, PSU fans just seem to take it to another level when it comes to game day antics. </RantOff>
Not saying OU=App State, but http://247sports.com/Player/Hunter-Renfrow-34305?Institution=19945
I remember reading a piece (might've been 11w) how Devin Smith used his high jump experiences to position his body in the most optimal mid-air posture for the actual catch itself as well as blocking out defenders. It's not just his vertical speed. Had that been the case, all the "speedsters" we'd be recruiting should've solved our issues by now. I would give the "height" here an advantage (in combination to the speed), though that's also a questionable differentiating benefit when you are running at 15-20mph for vertical threat purposes as opposed to red zone contested jump balls.
Not a cultural fit, simple as that, we dodged a bullet.
Someone get him a steak, stat.
Only 4.8 miles down the road from Erasmus Hall...
Harris ran a 4.52-second time in the 40-yard dash during a June 2015 camp at Ohio State. That's when the Buckeyes took notice, offering him a scholarship that day.
The Cruikshank kid has some Houdini jukes in him, how he got away from couple of those close quarter tacklers was amazing. Samuel 2.0 if he can get some poundage on him and keep those skills. Does need to learn how to hold the ball properly though.
I went and dug up his HS film, wow, talk about a "development" guy that worked out for MSU, 24/7 ranking, Natl Comp-1815, Pos RB-131, St OH-12, can't even fault for anyone missing on him looking at the film (there's literally nothing that stood out in that film), but kudos for Dantonio and that staff for taking a shot and then develop him.
Ty Jones' QB got an arm, slinging 50 yarders left and right.
Won't set the world on fire with his speed, but good hands, ball-hawking skills at those contested catches, good 5 practice series here against DBs on Day 1 (starts at 2:08 mark, youtube timeline embedding not working for some reason); His day 2 (start at 1:39 mark) however, not good.
With the Jamal Dean situation, then Kyle Berger, Nick Connor, Eric Smith, Lattimore, Hilliard, maybe the staff is finally getting worn out by our recruit's late HS-career injuries, especially with the immediate needs for WRs to step up next year. Just a guess, they probably want someone with the potential to realistically step in at the slot position in this September and don't feel he will be ready for at least a year if not more (injury plus the need to bulk up).
Good read, never followed UCLA much, but boy, is it a ticking time bomb the way biz sounds like it's conducted there.
More interestingly though, that thread led me to this clip of St John Bosco's Freshman QB, dood's like a Samoan 12 Gauge Cardale, chucks 40-50 yarders like breakfast cereal, trucking over defs, and once in a while, runs a nice read-option. Can we get Wyatt to put in some good words into his ear for the good guys before he comes on campus? Kid's got UCLA/USC offers already, class of '20.
I gave it a follow just for kicks and grins
Screen caps of the vid
I respectfully disagree. I enjoy all three,
- 11w for comprehensive, straightforward and highly organized reporting. Best website design of course! While podcast is great, it's getting a bit dated with the weekly frequency. Can't beat the Forum and dry-goods sections!
- Landof10 for hands-on, in-depth and johnny on the spot breaking recruiting reporting. Best App IMHO.
- Cleveland.com for off the cuff, opinion-driven and contrarian editorial and opinion pieces. Best podcast IMHO when it comes to sports radio style time wasting, in a good way.
We are definitely in the golden age of OSU football having all these "free" resources at our fingertips as fans.