as good as vrabel was, i'll take johnson any day. interior d line recruiting has been fine imo. keep in mind that johnson was hired in 2014 and with only a month going into signing day. granted we missed out on players such as holley, wilkins, and gallimore, i don't believe DTs were a true necessity as hill, munger, and sprinkle were just freshmen at the time. 2015 we got landers, alabi, and hamilton, with all having a lot of potential, especially landers considering he has had his black stripe removed so early. gary or jackson are critical to the class, but barrow has proved to be quite the playmaker. i think we're okay under johnson
nah went on a saturday during a non football weekend..not sure how old you are, but it was a mix of an older crowd(40-60) and the younger crowd..lots of beers on tap..and i mentioned the drive because i'll be drinking and if i'm in seattle, i can just uber it.
yea, i've been to the taven hall and it's a cool place, but just the drive back is troublesome.
@seattle linga..i live in wallingford, just looking for options for viewing the game. although packed bars are enjoyable, it's nice to be able to sit down
nice..what's the game environment like? my brother gets tickets every now and then, and just might have to catch a game.
i like jalyn holmes..often times last year when he got in i always felt he was either a step away from a play or simply not big enough yet to shed the blocks. with another year in the program, i'm expecting big things from him this upcoming year. however, there are so many players that are potential breakout stars just like last year (really, it's quite amazing how many new players showed up).
Breakside Wanderlust..just the perfect beer after a day at work
you're underage..just befriend some people and watch it at a house.
In no order
1. Shaq when he was on the lakers..he was unstoppable
2. Tiger in his prime..i've started to play golf, and the amount of intensity required is just ridiculous and to do what he did on the course is mind boggling
3. Messi-he's just an absolute wizard on the field..theres a reason why he's the biggest sports star in the world
i'm very excited about pryors transition to a wr because if he puts it together and continues to grow into the position, he could be scary good. his basketball background will definitely help make the transition easier, case and point the ridiculous one handed catch. im not even a browns fan, but i'm excited to see this guy play.
that's awesome..would love to watch the games with other buckeyes in the pnw. just moved up here a couple of months ago and loving it so far.
One more here
watching lebron take over against the pistons game 5
yea..honestly, i was confused why henry just didn't get the ball the entire time because he was killin us every time. oh well
did i just watch someone die?
Within twenty years, Cleveland will be one of the largest cities within the US due to its location to a large body of freshwater..california is out of water, coastal cities will be under water, and ohio will be back on the map in a big way.
he targeted the wide receivers i believe two years ago, the linebackers last year, and every single group responded very positively from having the light shown on them. if the trend is correct, i think this year the young guys on the DL will step up in a big way.
i definitely agree..although he has progressed, i feel like jalin marshall would be more adept as a punt returner from what i've seen so far.
*grammer nazi alert*..honestly, i dont understand how one spells a person's last name wrong when it's in the article.
Live in St. Helena, but it looks like I will be going to Pedro's for the game.
Elysian Immortal IPA is quite tasty, however I have not seen it in Columbus. CBC Sohio Stout is damn delicious, but I haven't seen that anywhere.
Graduated in 2010, but I wish I were a student still. Live it up you undergrads, but do some school stuff as well!