Dunn graduated in the spring so he would have been gone anyway. Being ineligible doesn't mean Thompson is not on scholarship.
I don't think you tease a name without follow through.
Fully agree it comes down to what players and parents think. At some point, Harbaugh's act will wear thin.
Did anyone ask Franklin to name the schools negatively recruiting?
I won't say all SEC schools because I don't know. LSU, however, has an athletic foundation. They funded the stadium expansions that are free-standing structures. Because they aren't connected, they've sold alcohol for years. They were ready to pay Les Miles millions to leave, but the school and state are nearly bankrupt. They built the rec center with the lazy water feature that spells LSU. This is why the SEC crossed the million (and in the case of Chavous, two million) dollar barrier for assistants long ago. Clearly different priorities.
The ball has to go between the uprights, not over them. That's why IU lost to Duke.
I don't think either Hines or Browning come to OSU. White and Pryor grow into the "Darron Lee position" ( If we can have a Harvin position, why not?) Hopefully that creates a space for Tufele, a more critical need.
Sounds like he got caught in the Southwest computer snafu. Displaying a Gunny Highway attitude of "Survive, adapt, and overcome" says a lot.
BYU, UC and UCF/USF. WVU needs a travel partner for sports other than football. Provo and Ames aren't geographically neighbors, but the national following trumps. UCF/USF natural pair.
Welcome to the Sharks first. I hope the NCAA doesn't take this advantage away.
ESPN needs to learn Spellcheck won't save you. Phased isn't fazed.
I forgot about the Tulane addition. Sorry.
French's or Heinz? For special occasions, they could go to Guldens.
One interesting uniform point-Woody was a proponent of the foam pad outside the helmet. When he couldn't get other teams to adopt it, he went to the lighter helmet, although if you look at Otis, it looks like the pad was painted over.
Matt Snell gave Jim Otis his chin strap. Otis taped them under his shoulder pad. That chin strap crossed Michigan's goal line eight times.
Double-barrelled happiness: 1. Good works by the Buckeyes. 2. Cordle still around as a GA. He did yeoman's work when Warriner went to the press box.
Need DL depth if the offense wants to go uptempo - as it should with the depth at RB and WR. It's a killer if an uptempo team goes three and out.
Ole Miss is going to be an interesting test of the new NCAA standards for infractions. Pete Thamel wrote a good article on the situation. Apparently Tunsil's stepfather can back up at least some of his allegations with documentation.
Ole Miss opens with FSU and has Bama and Georgia in weeks three and four. If they lose at least two of those games, look for them to self-impose a one-year bowl ban. That way Chad Kelly and other seniors can't leave before the season starts, but they will hopefully escape additional years.
OSU couldn't have a team vote. There is an athletic dept. policy for violations. It applies to players, managers, etc. For a second and subsequent violations, there is mandatory suspensions or dismissals.
This is correct. Truth is OSU's center was hurt and the back up center was the kicker. Centers were the snappers back then.
Future throwback jersey - like next year against TTUN?
IIRC, there is a ten-player limit per team to get the current NFL evaluation. Granted, that's a nice problem to have and only impacts schools like OSU, but it's an issue, regardless.
Timing is the big challenge I see. Also funding to get to the combine. How does the NCAA treat it for basketball?
Don't forget Srecko Zizakovic.
B deck seats 1-20 are safe. Anything above row 5 can't see the scoreboards. The club seats in front of B deck have chair backs and overhang protection.