Having seen nothing happen to Ole Miss or Alabama with all of the evidence that shows they pay their recruits/players makes me completely unsurprised by the NCAA's unwillingness to punish them this time around. The evidence includes pictures of recruits and players holding thousands of dollars in cash. Odd isn't it, that you dont see those types of pictures at other programs, just those that everyone knows pays their players.
If smart, they throw a ton of money at Tom Herman before he bolts Houston for Texas next year.
have to give it to MSU, they are OSU's kryptonite when it comes to mutual recruits. They seem to land more than they lose to us and Meyer has yet to really shut the door on Dantonio, which may cause some major problems in MSU/OSU match ups down the line. Our class is #1 and full of talent but to see top tier talent spurn OSU for MSU is not something I have enjoyed.
Why is this dude newsworthy anymore? His person life problems are really his business and his public antics are nothing but another representation of how this generation (my generation kind of) has further popularised an idea that to get rich, be stupid.
Please someone just photoshop the score of the OSU/Michigan game over the scoreboard he is on and on the screen have Bosa killing Ruddock.
Cal CB's for Martell now. Going to be a back and forth recruitment for him (at least with regards to CBs) over the next 9-10 months.
Pedro Martinez and Randy Johnson, but in this new generation of pitchers: Cant go wrong with Kershaw or Syndergaard right now. Yet, Arriteta may be the best pitcher in baseball this season (and the 2nd half of last year). As a staff, I think the Mets starters this year can and will be better than the Braves staff of the early-to-mid 90s with Glavine, Maddux, and Smoltz.
Whats funny is the firings at bama for paying recruits and the Tunsil situation wont lead to anything for either of those schools. If OSU were involved, the media wouldn't stop talking about it and would ensure that Meyer et al. were punished.
I dont think its free...link only got me to the forum bit and its all VIP only.
I think it can be viewed as disrespectful but I dont think its something to get overly upset about. Its not a good look and its not something I would support, but at the same time his focus is 100% on winning a basketball game and so I can see why he may have had a lapse in judgement. I dont think Wade deliberately aimed to disrespect Canadians, just think he wanted to get more prep in for the game and figured the minute or so during the anthem was enough time to do it. Or, maybe he just hates Canada.
Sharing this assclowns work is part of the reason this assclown is still getting paid to be an assclown.
Its rather rare to see an UDFA make a teams roster. Getting drafted means that team wanted to spend one of only a few opportunities they have to choose who they want on you, which at least theoretically means you have a much greater chance to make the team. Often the UDFAs are brought in to make sure the team didn't miss anything and to give the UDFA a look at a position on the practice squad, if anything. Id much rather get drafted because not only do you get a little bit more money for signing, the teams have effectively said that you are a guy they would like to have on their roster in the future. I mean no matter if you are a 1st rounder or UDFA, you still have to make the team, but being drafted in the 6th/7th round gives you a leg up on UDFAs, at least in theory.
Well it makes sense. You are seeing the tail end of the Kiffin/Dooley disasters.
Powell and Marshall undrafted? I figured Powell would get picked late and I still think Marshall doesnt and then the big question: why did he leave early?
This would please me.
Was predicted a while ago. His commitment was pretty much only for show. Seems Bama has been the favorite to land him for a long time now and I expect UF to also make a play before he signs his LOI; not going to be a buckeye and thats cool, plenty of great options out there.
Well, it has to be about a school that is competing with OSU for WRs so Im gonna guess, since its not Michigan, its Michigan State. Im not sure that MSU would participate in negative recruiting in such a way that would provoke Smith's response but the 2017 WR group has a number of them that are considering both OSU and MSU. Although, Penn State is the king of negative recruiting so it may be them more so than MSU, but Ill go with MSU.
You didn't do this at all, but just in general, I'm not a fan of fans trying to get some sort of inside scoop by twitter-stalking recruits in addition to being against tweeting recruits (even positive tweets to them). Kind of creepy.
Not sure this does much for any OSU draft prospects but it definitely has a chance to spice things up for the Browns. IMO, the Browns shouldn't go for a QB at #2, the crop is pretty bad I think. Go after Tunsil and start building the trenches.
Was an assistant the last time we were any good at basketball. Ill take it.
Amazing how a sport with a comparatively low volume of fans gets the amount of publicity and coverage that it does. Would be cool to see the map super imposed on a map of MLB, NFL, NASCAR, etc. fans (I didn't see any other maps on that website but maybe i just missed them).
Guess the "on" he chooses will not be OSU.
He looked fast and ready to go. Seemed much more athletic in his pro day than he was at OSU.
Still wayyyy early in the process so this is an understandable step for what could be the best skill player in the country. Im sure he will have a top 5 type of deal by summer.