The moment he asked for vodka and condoms is the moment I would have told him to take a hike. I cannot believe they acquiesced. Ridiculous.
Only reason for that was because McShay loves Eze. I know some people don't care for him but always liked McShay. Seems very knowledgeable.
That moron Kiper thinks he shouldn't be drafted until the 2nd round. That's mind boggling. Really can't stand that guy, as far as talent evaluators go, not personally.
Wasn't Turner charged with Murder? I read it somewhere on the Internet.
Curious. What are you doing with Jon Jones? Just curious because I'm a HUGE fan.
Wow. Not sure I'd want anything remember bring me. Although it could of motivate too.
Haha! True. Just made my heart drop when I read it. I get that many knew he wasn't really charged but I'd prefer not to have the chance to think it literal if only for a moment.
I respect your view but going to agree to disagree. A buckeye was just murdered. For many of us our heart dropped when we read it. Not the end of the world but also not necessary for a headline. Could have used it in the body or first sentence.
I don't disagree with you. I posted my thoughts about it first. But it was a simple mistake. Discipline seems heavy handed. It was just a poor choice of words. I could see myself saying it to a buddy while we were watching the game. Just not appropriate for a headline.
Even though I disagreed with the headline, disciplined? Don't you think that's a little much? Subjectively a simple mistake easily corrected, and was. Let's not go overboard.
What's to get over? You need to get over yourself because people feel the original headline was in poor taste. Who are you to tell others what to think?
Your post is beyond ridiculous. So because for a split second I thought the worst there's something wrong with me? To make that judgment clearly shows who has something wrong with them. Your analogies are pretty poor, btw.
So had it been a real homicide what picture of a former Ohio State basketball player would you expect? Mug shot? Bloody knife?
I wouldn't normally think what I thought but after Will getting killed my first thought was oh no.
Nothing to lighten up about. It originally said, "Turner charged with murder". Apparently they agreed with me because they changed it.
That headline needs to be changed. Not funny.
That's what SHE said.
Oxys. Guarantee. Took them for back surgery. They are BAD news.
I've taken bashing on here for saying I think Mel Kiper is the WORST.
Well, his latest mock has Zeke going in round 2. ROUND TWO! He makes a disclaimer that it won't likely happen but it's what he THINKS should happen. That's even worse! You're saying you think a top 10 talent (I personally think he's the top talent) should go in the second round!
I just don't understand what everyone sees in Weber. To me he looked like a huge drop from Ezekiel. He seemed to lack the lateral movement/quick feet. I thought Williams showed more potential.
ANYONE, living in or out of state, that dreams of being a Buckeye is not the same as those that chose it because it's in their best interest. Only talking initially. Yes, they all love the Buckeyes. But if you can't see the difference and what it means to someone that dreams of it then I don't know what the point is in continuing this conversation.
I don't think gray shirts should be used except for unique circumstances created by the recruit, not the coaches.
Wow, I remember someone posting something just like this already. I guess it needs to be said more than once?
These are completely different situations and yes specialists ARE different. Most aren't even scholarship players at other schools. The fact they are offered scholarships to begin with makes even a gray shirt a better offer.
Sibley was given a commitable offer when they knew this would be a small class. It isn't the end of the world but don't expect all of us to toe the line and act like it doesn't bother us. We aren't Harbaughiens.
What part of "once they are on the team" is so hard to understand? Can you not say that your enthusiasm for an Ohio State offer would be greater than some kid that grew up in Tuscaloosa? Ridiculous.
Oh please. Completely different situations.
That may be the case once they are on the team. But to compare an out of state kid to one that grew up in Ohio and spent countless hours dreaming of scoring in the Shoe? Are you new here?