Also glad they met the Coach Mick "IT....IS...TIIIIIIIIIIIME!!!" quota for this video as well. Pretty impressive streak.
I only list Mack because, by all accounts, he is a freak. Being in the building for almost 6 months, getting winter conditioning and spring ball under his belt and losing his black stripe gives him a huge leg up on anyone enrolling in August. I am in no way attempting to dimish Victor and his skillset, but that is a lot of ground to have to make up, especially in order to jump some guys who already have years in the program.
I just can't see him jumping Brown, Smith, Campbell, Mack, McLaurin, Clark, Gibson, or Hill to get meaningful snaps as a true freshman. He could see the field in garbage time...maybe, but why burn the redshirt for a few snaps against Tulsa.
Considering their ongoing pursuit of higher ranked RBs, I'm assuming it does not.
Bill Rabinowitz just tweeted that the expectation is Felder will "eventually enroll".
Best of luck to Grant and hope whatever issues are going on with Kareem get resolved.
Have at it, conspiracy theorists!
He made it down to Houston after-all.
She would get all my upvotes ifyouknowwhatImsayin.
Someone check on DJ, please. I fear the illicit Four Loko keg has officially been tapped.
Um...more longform please?
Observation from the photo accompanying the story - no protective brace on the left knee like JT, Cardale or Joe B wear/wore. I know it doesn't guarantee an injury won't occur, but worth noting. Unfortunate injury and wish him a speedy recovery.
COD 4 came out right when I was finishing grad school. I think I put in 17 days worth of multiplayer time, which probably isn't much by today's standards - but seems insane in hindsight. For nostalgia purposes, I'll probably be buying this game. To this day, I still haven't beaten the bonus plane level on Veteran difficulty.
Exactly. I'm went by that house the last time I was on campus and I am still shocked that it is even standing, let alone housing 4-5 people.
Transferring out is not the answer for everyone. By all accounts, he loves Ohio State, he's probably made lifelong friends, he will graduate with a degree from a great university, has won a CFB National Title and gets to go to work with one of the greatest coaches to ever walk the sideline.
There comes a point for all athletes -whether it happens in grade school, high school, or college - when you realize your skillset isn't going to make you money as a professional athlete. Stephen has likely realized this and has accepted it. Why not enjoy the rest of your time at a university we all love and use the connections and benefits available to set up a career after football? That all sounds much more appealing to me then getting some run in the Sun Belt.
As much as I hate reading about "mixed-use developments", I must say that I wish I had the opportunity to actually live in a semi decent place that close to campus. As late as the mid 2000s, you really had to commute to campus to get a good place to live. I used to live a block away from Out-R-Inn on Frambes and the tradeoff was rats, water coming through my ceiling everytime it rained, HVAC that sometimes worked and an independent landlord who couldn't give 2 shits about fixing any of it.
That said, it still sucks to see some campus landmarks taken down in favor of nondescript, cookie cutter buildings.
Good to see Coach Tressel and "so forth" back on campus.
Spring Game Breakout Stars = Obligatory Albert Dukes, Bam Childress and Taurian Washington mentions.
Bonus Points: Scarlet beats Gray, 30-17
Double Bonus: A kicker will miss 2-3 consecutive kicks with Urban standing 1 inch from the holder.