He comes from a great high school, Olathe North is a powerhouse here in Kansas City. It is the same school that produced Darren Sproles.
Wow, that weird. I was just discussing Maurice Hall with a co-worker today. He is a Kansas State grad and we were comparing Craig Krenzel to Collin Klein. He pointed out similarities to the 2002 Buckeye team to this year's K-State team.
Anyway, I mentioned that K-State's biggest weakness is depth. Few people outside of Ohio remember that Ohio State had depth at the RB position in the form of Maurice Hall. I then told him about Hall's clutch performance in the Illinois game as well as the Michigan game.
I am a KU grad and season ticket holder (I would have been a Buckeye grad had the Air Force sent me to Wright Patterson AFB). However, I am and will always be a Buckeye fan first. I will probably shock those who sit near me at Allen Fieldhouse when I show up in my Buckeye gear on Saturday.
Mike and Mike on ESPN radio are citing sources in Orlando confirming that Urban Meyer is coming to Ohio State. They state their sources are also saying Fickell will remain on the staff.
I will be there. I will be the guy in the Buckeye shirt. Don't hesitate to say hi if you see me.
Notice the terminology. They are using "allegation." Back in December, it was noted in the comments section here that the term allegation was not being used, only violation.
Maybe it is something, maybe it is nothing.
I would argue that during the Hayes era, the Big 10 was much weaker than it has been during the Tressel era. Back then it was common knowledge that Woody did not even practice to play Northwestern.
During the week of the Northwestern game they would practice to play Michigan.
Wisconsin was a nobody until barry Alvarez arrived. There was no Penn State either. Woody also had a losing bowl record.
I love Woody and believe he put Ohio State on the map. But to think the B-10 was so much better during his era I think is wrong.
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