I was too busy trying to put back together my astronomy notes.
I agree, although its still not a criminal act like what Art has done since graduating.
The Bobby D stuff was the final straw that lead to the LOIC penalties. But there is a flip side to that, where the NCAA refused to review any of Posey's documents that he presented in his defense.
And I still recall Gene Smith's press conference emphatically stating that they investigated the football team and there is nothing else to report, right before the Bobby D information came out. Fans forget what a buffoon Gene was through that entire process.
This is some kind of fan fiction...
He's correct...don't forget, we wasted half of his junior year watching Stanley Jackson split time. Someone on the coaching staff must not have liked him.
I also happened to suck at Mortal Kombat, at least when facing Pantelones Gordo.
But he is on the B1G Ten network as an analyst, so he should qualify under Herbie logic.
Graham was in the league for 10 years. And where was Tom Tupa and Mike Tomczak, since clearly how you played while at OSU didn't matter for the list?
Yep, TP was an Anderson Russell tackle away from being a 3 time BCS game MVP. He is one of the best ever at OSU.
BTW, great job on this series.
I know it was made after the fact, which is kind of my point. I don't hate on him for decommitting when he did. Those who stuck with the university were rewarded greatly. If he didn't turn into an ass after the fact, I doubt he would receive the vitriol he does from this fanbase.
I also think there could have been a regret/jealousy behind his comments about UM, or he is just an ass. Nevertheless, he made his decision, and if he is lucky enough to be on an NFL practice squad, hopefully a recent OSU grad can show him their ring.
Maybe...or maybe Ed Warriner could have turned him into something (he has done more with less). Kyle made his decision. If he wasn't an ass about the blood on the field thing, I'm not sure anyone would really care about it, as a 17 year old cannot see into the future that Urban Meyer would decide one year of retirement was long enough.
I guess it was quality over quantity. A record 92 yard pass for a td. Then the game winner in the final minute on a 3rd and 9.
He also whiffed on Dalvin Cook's monstrous run in the 4th quarter on 3rd and 22. But he did make a tackle on the 66 yard kickoff return before conceding that game winning TD.
Yep, he had a great game.
Yep, Taylor went 4-0, beating 2 Olympic golds and an Olympic bronze. Cant hate on that. Molinero could have been 2-2 but kinda got screwed in one match. Good to see Jordan Burroughs is back on his game for Team USA. Stud.
No one is discussing his foot issues of a few years ago either. he was tough enough to play through it, but NFL teams will research it big time.
I agree, and with the NFL going so pass happy, a nickel corner is pretty much a starting position. He will do well in the slot.
Peppers is going to the combine as a LB. Interesting because he is not big enough to play 3 downs at LB on the next level.
I still think Conley was our most polished corner coming out since Roby (still think he is better than Apple). Lattimore is definitely a superior athlete, so his ceiling is higher, but he does have that hamstring injury history. He is going to be asked a lot about that.
Is the stat on Lewis accurate (only gave up 7 catches in 2016)? Does that include FSU abusing him, or since that occurred in 2017, those catches aren't part of it?
And Hooker has 'average' speed eh? This is why you cannot simply go by some unnamed scout's report.
Pitt does, and Pitt actually beat them last year. Although there might be some return on that game coming up soon.
One thing that I also would add: they have the best offensive player in the B1G Ten returning for his junior year. Barkley is legit.
I don't think they can bank on Cyborg at all, with USADA catching her, and with the fact that she is probably even too big for 145.
At some point age may catch up as well. Hopkins, another defensive fighter, was just knocked through the ropes in his last fight. Should have stopped a while ago. Floyd has taken some shots in his more recent fights.
Yep. Internationally would be a monster.
The gloves protect the hands, not the head. Larger gloves might allow McGregor to hit even harder.
I actually do think this fight will happen. A lot of it is posturing, but McGregor is not hard to do business with when behind closed doors. The UFC will just want its cut.
I think its intriguing matchup. Mayweather is one of the best defensive fighters ever, but I do not think McGregor would get knocked out by Mayweather. Mayweather is actually a lot smaller than him and he seems to have lost his power through several broken hands over the years. I do think he schools McGregor in the boxing ring, but it would be a decision. It McG finds a way to land some shots, on the other hand, it could be lights out for Money (that's his only way to victory).
I'm gonna pass. Not horrible, but not worth the money when I am sure another speed trainer will come out in the fall.