I was thinking the same thing. These in-state games can bite us. See Dayton upsetting the basketBucks. We have to show out and put Cincy in their place.
Are we sure that wasn't an old ECW wrestling match? It sure wasnt WWE quality.
It has been slow and frustrating to see us off to a slow start. I guess that is what happens when you recruit studs. Studs have more options, bigger egos, etc. I would love to see us with 10 commitments, but I will be happier when we have 10 of the nation's best commit just before signing day.
I had high hopes for Rod, but have accepted that his OSU career probably topped out 2 seasons ago when he received 5 carries a game behind Hyde. He may have the most potential, but I have a hard time believing he is the best back. He will probably play mop up duty behind EZE, Dunn, Dontre and Samuel. I would like to see him get some run to see if he can break out but time is ticking.
Stanford will lower their academic regulations because he plays Stanford football.
I got your back Route4. Fellow Cards fan. I guess someone forgot about all our recent division titles, playoff success, World Series appearances and victories. Oh yeah, and our rich history and fantastic fans.
The have had the event outside a handful of times, most recently wrestlemania 24 in Orlando, FL. Granted this is a warm weather state. The weather in Ohio could be 70 degrees or 14 degrees in early April. It has rained at multiple wrestlemania's, but I agree, too much of a risk to hold it in a midwest state.
Too lazy. But yes Unky I should indeed look into that.
He hasnt played a snap of his sophomore season, and the team hasnt played an actual down, and you are stating he will transfer. We dont even know who the starters will be for this season yet. Then you associate Mitchell's situation to Johnson's and say it will have an affect on recruiting out of state kids. I dont get any of that.
We have three LB positions wide open right now. Sure, Perry seems like a lock to start, but just three weeks ago most of us here had Johnson taking Perry's place. To me, Johnson has a job for the taking - if he works hard enough and plays well enough. He was in the 2-deep last year before getting hurt. If he doesnt play this year, he will still have two years of eligibility left and a good chance for playing time.