I'm still hopeful that he goes with his favorite school.
Maybe Franklin and Harbaugh are trying to break into the networks of bagmen.
I've been listening to them for centuries.
I thought the NCAA was just all about perpetuating the interests of the NCAA. Since when do they care about students, or student athletes for that matter?
How the hell does a Purdue tuba player get access to the PL? Even the bathrooms are cleaned by us lowly 11Wers.
And we will probably see some outstanding freshmen make contributions, as well, similar to Bosa, McMillan, and Samuel.
Congrats, Jeremy, and welcome back!
Welcome Derek Funderburk!
Culture-building (and realizing they're recruiting a kid's family as much as the kid) seems to be working wonders for Urban Meyer, who, as you might have forgotten, is the guy who coached the team that trounced Nick Saban's team a little under three months ago.
Thanks for the reminder, DJ; I almost forgot that Meyer's team trounced Saban's. Oh, maybe not, since I have only watched that game about 50 times.
I think Birm is actually a member of the OSU staff, since he has so much good information. And I am happy to deal with three outstanding quarterbacks, since any one of them would be starting for nearly any other school in the country.
We don't get Skyline or Gold Star up here in Minnesota. Just bland old Hormel.
This would never be news in Tallahassee.
Urban has brought in some terrific classes already, but the quality of this class, especially this early in the process, has to be among the best yet.
Actually, Tim Miles has had a lot of good stuff to say in the past in addition to being accessible and open about his teams and their issues. When he was at NDSU, he built a very solid program and was viewed as a rising star.
This does not excuse his offensive attempted defense of the B1G, which is just plain stupid. While he needs to learn to keep his mouth shut more often, he is not another Bert.
Hey Bass, I have been thinking about you and am glad for your improving health.
These open-house 'camps' are tremendous PR in addition to providing a chance for average folks to get an up-close look at the program. I hope we never cancel ours.
This isn't a drinking game, it's a constant stupor.
Any player compared to Darron Lee and from a college high school has got to be all right. Congratulations on the offer, Aaron Hansford, and I hope you join the good guys.
I watched the game at the Buckeye Alumni Club event in Vegas and sat next to the guy who organized it. It was great being a part of 400 OSU fans going crazy, hugging, high fiving, and then knowing the trophy was ours. I made some friends that night I will never forget.
You all would have enjoyed being with me at my favorite bar in WI during that game.
Nice write-up, BJ!
While the team stays hungry, I will stay thirsty.
Thanks for the S/O today, DJ.
Looks like the NJ guys were enjoying their time on campus.