Wasn't there some injuries to um last season? I believe they had a bunch.
Still the best fast food going. FWIW, you aren't forced to take the rice. I never do.
Good! It's time to replace the gator Percy Harvin role with the Buckeye Curtis Samuel Role
Their brand died in the B12, after Osborne retired. They are making now, more money than ever. They're not moving anywhere.
Yep, I never cared about anything he wrote.
No shame in #4. I should add, my list is more of a top head coaching job list than my own personal preference.
Texas has even deeper pockets than OSU. They are in a state with tremendously more recruits than Ohio. They share those recruits with A&M, but Texas is the premier school in that state. They have their own network and play in a conference a lot easier then the B1G East.
Alabama is on a run that will never be duplicated. I believe it could only have happened at 'bama. Whatever a coach needs, the admin and boosters will make sure he gets it. They also sit less than a 9 hour drive from the vast majority of top recruits in the nation. No school recruits itself, but 'bama comes the closest.
Florida State has become the top program in the most talent-laden state in the country. They play in an easier conference than the B1G East. Their success in the 90's shows you can win and win big.
Yeah, Georgia probably is a sleeping giant. The problem is, they haven't been successful in so long that it is hard to argue for them
That was good. Thanks for sharing.
Archie, Cooper and Tressel hopefully get to dot the i
3. Florida State
4. Ohio State
11. Notre Dame
No, and it isn't close. penn state is the flagship University of PA. It has a larger following across the country, and a much larger footprint in the NE. It also brings in more research dollars than pitt.
I think it is fine. They can't say, "Wisconsin Is Back". Back from what? 11 years ago Tx won the NC and in '08 they should have been in the NC game.
LSU did look bad.
Based on size, he is absolutely correct. Other than that,.....
Urban Meyer took over for Gary Blackney, a former assistant at Ohio State. Blackney, by all accounts was a fantastic assist coach and he started out hot at BG. In his first 2 seasons at BG he went 21-3 overall, 16-0 in conference and 2-0 in bowls. At that time there were rumors of John Cooper getting fired and bringing in Blackney. The success didn't last, however, and he eventually was replaced by Meyer.
Yeah, Earle's S&C program was stuck in the 1940's. Cooper had to completely overhaul the conditioning program, and form a relationship with the Ohio HS coaches. Earle seemed to be of the mistaken believe that Ohio State recruited itself, and he didn't have to work at it.
There was a rumor to that effect, and how he and Ed Jennings didn't get along. However, when Glen Mason (OC) and Jim Tressel (QB) took different jobs after the '85 season and Earle insisted on calling the offense, the handwriting was on the wall. Our offense went from not very good to downright bad. It was time for Earle to leave. The timing gave the University a black eye, but it did serve for motivation for a win over um.
He'll show class, and take the high road by not saying anything.
Think about this for a minute. Paterno knew his assistant coach was raping boys when this game was played, and he didn't do anything...EVER. And if that wasn't bad enough, Paterno promoted him the following season to defensive coordinator.
3. State Penn
Grill it over indirect heat until it reaches 150 degrees. Then carefully brown it, trying not to split it. If grilled properly the casing will keep it's integrity, and the brat will snap, and the juices explode when you bite into it.
Both of my boys did it and they had a great time. The more you and your son put into it the more both of you will get out of it.
Tony Accardo was more than a capo under Al Capone. Accardo ran the Chicago Mafia for about 50 years.
"Summing up the late Tony Accardo's leadership abilities, a veteran Chicago mob figure once confided to Chicago American columnist George Murray that "...Accardo has more brains before breakfast than Al Capone ever had all day." Possessing a nimble mind and a canny instinct for survival, Accardo boasted of having never spent a night in jail. though he was picked up in Miami Beach in 1929 on vagrancy charges while playing golf with Al Capone and Jack McGurn. But he was released on his own recognizance. Accardo's closest brush with the slammer came on Feb. 24, 1945, when he was forced to suffer the indignity of appearing in a police lineup at the Chicago Detective Bureau during a murder investigation. But that too, was only a mere formality."
Tony Accardo still looms as the most powerful mob figure of this era; the boss of bosses who helped shape policy on a national level.
Woody, Paul Brown, Boyd Cherry, Chic Harley, Jim Parker