No offense to the experts who write for recruiting websites, but I trust Coaches Meyer and Herman in their evaluation that Gibson can be an elite QB over anybody at the ol' worldwide leader or any other site.
Well you asked...
I'm not sure why you both got down voted for expressing perfectly valid opinions.
Scottie McMullen, he's from my hometown, I know him and his family pretty well, hell he was the one who taught me how to throw a good spiral.
That being said though, Troy Smith was the greatest QB in OSU history.
Good call on ferentz, especially early 2000's. Just didn't think of him because I was like 12-15 during those seasons.
Disappointing, but not surprising. However, he stayed committed for a long time after Mike left. Any chance that maybe he was hoping his father's health would improve and decide to still be a Buckeye?
No, James Franklin will win. It's the "hey look, the new guys team didn't go 0-12!" award. If it actually went to the best coach in the Big Ten, on of the three of Jim Tressel, Mark Dantonio, and Urban Meyer would have won it every year since 2001.
In his defense, the first week of school last semester, when the wind chill was -25 or -30 I was seriously considering transfering as far south as I could, like Key West Community College south.
Well who pissed in your Cheerios, friend?
Which is more important to you when looking at a potential position coach: your relationship with the coach, or the results he gets in preparing you for the next level? As in, would you rather have a mean-as-a-rattlesnake coach who you knew would prepare you for the pros, or trade that certainty for a position coach you have a more amicable relationship with?
Wow, that really sucks...
You're right, my bad. That doesn't real change any of my other points.
He didn't hit the gas he downshifted which raises your RPMs. He downshifted because there was a caution flag out because of Ward's wreck.
On the "well lit track" part, have you ever been to a dirt track? There is dirt flying everywhere, you can hardly see, and the tracks are not well lit enough to really pierce the dirt when the race is going. Ward's almost entirely black fire suit also contributed making it that much harder to see him.
It is a terrible accident, and it really sucks that a 20 year old guy died last night. Thinking that Stewart would kill a guy on purpose over a low level sprint car race though is one of the silliest things I have ever heard.
Actually 3 don't forget Will Allen.
Marcus Hall. 100% for the double birds of death. That is my #1 buckeye moment of my lifetime and I honestly doubt something will ever top it.
Aww thanks man
Paper meaning rankings coming out of high school.
Now it's at 667 aka number of the neighbor of the beast.
On paper Sweat is better. On the other hand, it's hard to believe that Sweat would be able to top 7.5 sacks as a true freshman.
I was actually asking when was the last time he was at Notre Dame, I hadn't ever heard of him making a visit there. I figured I must have just missed it.
Haha beat me to it.
When was the last time he was at Notre Dame?
While I agree that 2014 could have been handled better, I.e. Kyle Allen, I'm definitely glad we have Stephen Collier. Kid seems to be working his ass off and who knows, Troy Smith wasn't a particularly highly ranked or lauded recruit, and he was as good as anyone ever was for Ohio State.