Hard to miss Bert.
You're in the "deleted thread" matrix...far out.
I'm sure he's bound by contract there.
Which works in your favor if he does win - DRINKS ON HIM.
That's cool - good luck to Lenny!
This better than what I had in mind (bumping a troll protocol thread for the umpteenth time).
Since we asked, since it's game day, and I know better to test the waters here than over at 1OB...
LET'S GO CAPS.
Well, I can't root for them, but clear they found something from that experience.
Upvote for a constructive post, so we have that going for us.
Thanks for sharing, Blu.
"It could change and new linebackers coach Billy Davis expects Worley to be ready to play all three linebacker spots. Ohio State requires that of all players at the position."
Don't recall reading/hearing this before, but all for it. Can only make the unit stronger.
While I don't think Worley will have as many 'wow' moments as Baker/Booker, I do think he'll be solid in the middle (and bringing that whole experience/leadership thing to the table).
Good catch, Blu...
...the downvotes were attracted to a recent forum post (rightfully, I should add).
Smart kid - put academics first, but love that he got the itch to play again.
Interested in learning more about Goins myself.
Is he a guy that showed up at student day, ran a 40, and earned an walk-on invite?
EDIT - Looks like he was a pretty good player out of NC, walked on in early 2015:
It's good to have an earnest, constructive (non-redundant) thread in the forum every now and then...;)
Appreciate the kind words, good sir.
Good deal - we received some snippets on this earlier in the week, speed kills.
Thanks for posting, D.
Appreciate the follow up, BP (excellent lax reference as well).
"...this is a program in flux that needs to step it up before performance, attendance and interest in Ohio State basketball depletes any further. "
Sure is. It's just shame things have recessed to this point.
I don't think Jester Weah is hyped enough - with a name like that?
Throw it way down Jester Weah...
It's just where one may get tired of the mob mentality - the knee jerk response can catch on quickly and then wear out it's welcome.
Herman did good things in Columbus, and he was in the right place at the right time (also with the right players).
That said, his time at Ohio State has passed (for now...?).
No Penn State?
Sure they deserve respect, but I really think they could take a step back this season. They lost talent on defense and at wide receiver.
An injury (and not mentioning this because I wish this to happen) at QB or RB would be crippling to the Nits.
Applaud the attention given to Tom Herman here.
I like that Ohio State is in the running for Houston Griffith, but is he even considering the Illini - or maybe the question is more of Illinois even trying there?
Good for Ohio State, Notre Dame, Northwestern even, I just remember the days where Illinois prospects stayed home.
Seek, and you shall find.
I had to verify before throwing shade.