I was actually joking but I'm not sure it was clear enough., thanks for the solid answer none the less.
Why do you think dads aren't liking the Buckeyes? If I remember correctly Hilliard's father isn't hung ho for the Bucks either. I say we open a cigar/whiskey/stripper/all things man father's club in the WHAC, we'd have the top class every year!
Assuming this is true I have to take a guess and say you're definitely referring to Torrance Gibson. In my perusing of ElevenWarriors I can say without a shadow of a doubt everyone on here loves that kid especially how good he is with media relations. The general consensus here is obviously skewed towards a desire for an athlete who can play quarterback.
Assuming that's true the dad should just let it go in my totally unbiased opinion. Happy wife, happy life.
Stone Cold Steve Austin, the glass shatters.
Ohh yeah, I forgot to mention (I don't know how to edit my post, I'm bad at internet-ing) The Black Keys were formed in Akron Ohio. Anyone want to guess where The White Stripes were formed?
That's right, Detroit Michigan...
I'd make a point to add Vernon Gholston to the list of "the bottom five", drafted 6th overall and played two seasons with the Jets and one each with the Bears and Rams practice squads before exiting the NFL. It's difficult to do worse than that.Edit: I'm a moron, totally glossed over the 2010 in the title
There's a guy at a school up north who's in hot water but I can't remember his name. I want to say its Joke, or Choke, or Broke or something like that. He's definitely on the hot seat.
Let's think about this logically for a second and look at two of our recruiting wins from last season. Raekwon McMillan and Johnnie Dixon were two highly valued recruits with a plethora of SEC offers, and if were going to take Bag Men as a factual take on the money involved in big time recruiting then we have to assume Johnnie Dixon and McMillan were spending their recruiting visits getting $1000 handshakes and promises to their family to set them up for life.
Now if, as you claim, its stupid and lazy to assume Ohio State participates in bribing recruits then by your logic Dixon and McMillan turned down tens of thousands of dollars, cars, and other goodies for them and their family to come to Ohio State for free and play for the love of the game? That's an easy B.S. call if I've ever seen one.
You said its stupid to think we participate, I think its naïve to think we don't.