What did you expect? That's just Alvie being Alvie.
Thanks, Remy. I appreciate your work.
Try RB for Samuel. Only "proven" RB on the team.
I'm with you on the offense, BP, and I'm basically very conservative in my outlook.
Truly appreciative for your "articles"and input on the site. A non-paid (I think) contributor.
Well done, Silver.
Whatever happened to that little girl in Pee Wee football who was running circles around the boys a couple of years ago, and scoring a bushel of TD's?
Thanks, Aubrey. Appreciate your fine and timely work.
Jim Parker was a guard. Became the prototype for the modern-day guard.
All this is assuming Smith and Brown will be the same players they were before the broken legs. I hope they are, but nothing is guaranteed.
Great article, Vico. On point all the way. You've got big-time chops for writing these articles. That's why I never miss your stuff.
Where's the italics?
Ahh yes, the Hippy Dippy Weatherman. My personal favorite. Nice reference.
I think Tommy Henrich was referred to as "Old Reliable".
I'm seeing the same thing. Really quick, pro-type release. And some zip on the ball, also.
Two jerseys I would hang up there: 1. Johnny Miner, Ohio State's first All-American, led Ohio State to it's first Big Ten Championship, put Ohio State basketball on the map. Played in the old Fairgrounds Coliseum to SRO crowds.
2. Robin Freeman, 2 time All-American, 28 ppg career avg, tops at OSU. 31.5 ppg Jr year, 32.9 ppg Sr year. Forced OSU to build St. John Arena, at the time called "The house that Freeman built" due to SRO crowds every game at the Fairgrounds Coliseum. And, by the way there was no 3pt line. 5-11, and probably 150 pounds dripping wet. Most exciting player I ever saw play in person at every home game.
Well done, Remy.
Thanks for that info, Andrew.
Can you say Barry Sanders?
Steve Miller was a 5 star coming out of high school.
I'm not sure that I would agree that this is a demotion for Hinton. I think his new position is more important in the overall picture than Tight Ends Coach.
Great share, Hetuck. Todd Porter appears to be well above average in the journalistic world.
Upvote for a Joe Don Looney mention, Hove. You must be getting up there to remember him.