OMG, this made me LOL literally!!
This has to be the return of the FLIP!!!!!!!!! 2012 revisited, go Coombs!!!!!!!!!!!!! Land this prize.
First, I want to say, that my beloved Eleven Warriors and the official university website are the only two sites to have made any effort to put out a 2014 roster. I have been keeping a roster in an excel format and have 25 athletes in a different class heading into next year. Please excuse me if it is premature to point out that 21 redshirted in 2013, . This included 16 freshmen, 3 sophomores and 2 juniors. The other 4, include Dontre Wilson (played in 2013), Tyvis Powell (redshirted in 2012), Frank Epitropoulos (redshirted in 2012)and Jeff Greene. I thought Jeff Greene, the GT transfer, would have 2 years of eligibility left after sitting the mandatory year. I thought I saw where someone posted that the redshirt isn't applied until the senior year. However, most of the previous classes redshirts are currently listed in the correct class, including 4 from 2012, 6 from 2011 and 3 from the 2010 class. I love the site, appreciate the content and hope this helps.
Have to go with Withers. He was interim with UNC before we got him. He seems the most logical to make the jump first.
DT is such an un-orthodox player and after three years of cringing almost every time he shoots I have learned to live with it. When I play basketball, my shooting declines when my legs start to get tired. Maybe it is a conditioning issue?
Urban is really kicking our @$$, shouldn't we be on the phone?
I love "The elevenwarriors.com" and appreciate all the dedication it takes from all of you to pull this off. I have voiced this appreciation to the staff before. Equally, I have voiced my displeasure to that other site for making everything, even forum posts VIP. Having formally frequented that other site daily, I can't express enough my disappointment for the "corporate" path they have chosen. I must say I am encouraged that I can share my opinions with other buckeye fans and get timely updates about my bucks without having to buy in to the "corporate" VIP model. I for one have every intention of supporting this site financially and encourage everyone who appreciates the efforts of the staff to do the same. The articles are better quality, more in depth, more timely and best of all they aren't VIP. "The elevenwarriors.com" will be the site I turn to the most for my buckeye news and I just want to say thank you not only to the staff, but also the fellow posters who bring their unique insights on a daily basis.