Buckeye problems. Pretty sure we can't lose either way.
I thought the Kardasian line was almost as funny as her tongue-in-cheek comment about Eli "being an unemployed, homeless, college drop out" a few weeks before the draft. In addition to being quite successful as the unofficial leader of the Buckeye moms group, which I believe she started, I find her to be quite humorous and enlightening.
Papabucks- I think he actually wants to grayshirt. That way he can start all 4 years, & won't have to sit & watch Cam punt this season. Should benefit all parties involved.
I remember quite vividly the setback of only having 82 scholarships for the few years we were under NCAA sanctions. If you only have 85 guys on scholarship, and you lose a few to grades, medical issues, transferring to play elsewhere, homesickness, etc., your penalizing your self of only having 82 or so scholarships. I think you HAVE to plan ahead for unforseen players leaving early.
I read some scuttlebut a while back that mentioned another player being asked to gray shirt. wonder if that could be Felder? Either way, best of luck to the both of them.
I think there is a distinct difference between playing football & basketball compared to football & baseball. Not just because of the scheduling advantages of not having to play 2 sports back to back without any recovery time, but also the wear & tear on the body. There's no way baseball is as hard on your body as it is running up & down the hardwood is on your knees & ankles.
i live in Melbourne Fl. right south of Cocoa. I've watched him several times over the last couple of years. We'll be just fine.
Surprised to see Zeke's Ball Carrier Vision score so low. I thought he was great at finding the crack and hitting it hard.
Sorry to hear this. Hope this can be treated or cured. Once a Buckeye always a Buckeye. Hopefully this might inspire some of the young DT's to step it up yet another notch in his honor. go bucks
Imagine Birm covering & writing about Braxton Bermeister. The Birmeister covering Bermeister
Obviously in retrospect, but with the exception of Ryan Damn Shazier, the class of 11 was a bit weak with the lb.s, and the off. guards. Can't win them all I guess. It will be interesting going forward to see how Urbans classes performed after 4 years in "The Program" My guess, plenty of more good times ahead on the recruiting trail.
151 & 3 td's
WOW- That was by far the most impressive running back highlite reel that I've ever seen. Alot of backs have straight line speed. His ability to slow down, speed up, juke, cut on a dime are what seperates him from everybody else. Can't wait to see him in the scarlet and gray! Urban might have to come up with a scheme that has 3 H-backs on the field at one time with all this talent.
WOW, it looks like our days of not being able to recruit 5 star wideouts is about to be put to rest. What a huge amount of top flight rec. showing our Buckeyes some love. What ex- Buck is Brendon White the son of, we've had several over the years, going back to a couple of tough db's, William & Strawberry. Go Bucks!
who would step in for Perry when he goes in at end?
Fred Bruney played at Martins Ferry as well. Among the all-time interception leaders at OSU as well as a career in the NFL as both a player & coach
Nate Davis was also quite the hoopster. I believe he is/was in the top 10 in basketball in the state in both points & rebounds. Some say his best sport was baseball, Quite the athlete.
His father was the had hoops coach at Muskingham college in New Concord, the same school that John Gruden first went to and a couple of the Heacock brothers as well.
not too bad for a football conference. Word has it he was quite the qb in high school as well
Outside of notre dame, what other schools that he was considering would bash the education he would be getting at OSU? I certainly hope it wasn't Mich. State. Get real, a degree from OSU is a positive, certainly not a negative.
I went to college with Coach Mick at West Liberty State College in Wheeling W.Va. After working out with him, there's little doubt that he wouldn't have our players doing anything he hasn't done himself.To say he was a workout warrior himself would be a huge understatement. I hope Urban & him are connected at the hip here for years to come. It's always great to see how "Micks Monsters" develope not just their bodies but their passion as well under his tutelege. Job well done Coach Mick!
Count me as not too concerned about that corner spot. I think whoever is the best of the Conley, Webb, Lattimore trifecta will be plenty good. Too much talent there for anything else, plus the competition there will enhance all 3's game. They got this covered.
It's a shame this won't get a fraction of the air time that the 4 suspensions got. I guess that's the world we live in, always focusing on the negatives, and not nearly focusing as much on stellar student/athletes like Mr. Perry. Way to represent the Bucks young man. Well done.
Love the character of both our former & current Buckeyes. Urban is indeed molding quality human beings both on & off the field. Corey is yet another example of that. You win with people, way to pay it forward Corey.
After seeing what Urban did with Carlos Hyde & now Zeke,and with Coach W. coaching up the Slobs into the nations best OL, who wouldn't want to be part of that. Count me as not too concerned.