I think most "enjoy" a lot of visits, but it obviously takes much more to land a commit. We'll see what happens. With or without him on board, OSU is in great shape.
These film studies are always so in-depth and easy to understand, assuming you have a basic or better comprehension of football. Excellent job, Kyle.
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There you go.
Assuming you're right about UFM lasting another 5-7 years and Stoops still being OU's coach after that time, I don't see a guy near 60 wanting to uproot all that he's built there to go somewhere else.
He's never even played before and may not even be the starter? Might want to hold the "upgrade" talk until he wins the job/actually plays a few games.
As much as I hate Alabama, you can't just discount what McCarron accomplished as the starter, overrated or not.
It's hilarious that Bama, with so many questions, including replacing qb, are the favorites.
But..but..urban turned players into criminals and even murderers! Jimbo is completely in the right for not disciplining Jameis!
While it's probably naive to say this, maybe it's a good thing that Ok St lost some pieces. FSU won't know exactly what to expect. I don't think osu will beat them, but hopefully it's a close game.
I think it's going to be the DBs and how fast Ash can get them to play insync with each other and the rest of the defense. I don't think they'll be tested until PSU which gives time for growing pains.
I definitely am optimistic about another 0 in the L column though. GoBucks!
Glad to hear that he's at least getting a chance to compete for a roster spot. Hopefully, he can improve a bit more on his jump shot and turnovers and make the roster as the 3rd point guard.
I sure hope they win 9-10 games this year, both keep their jobs, and they stay stuck in mediocrity. That's just me though.
.....muschamp coaches at Florida. Mark Stoops is UK coach.
True, but no one technically won that game so thus the "tie"
FYI, Sylvester sunk a 3 to end Illinois' undefeated season on the final day of the regular season that year, I do believe.
...or a middle of the road Big Ten team.
1) OSU football-Is there anything better than a game in the shoe with family or friends that love OSU as much as you do?
2) Steelers football-an unpopular opinion on here, I know, but I love that they're a class organization and have rarely not been at least a playoff contender since the latest I can remember: the days of Kordell Stewart. Will never forget my first live game in Cincinnati with my dad, who has always loved the steelers and AC/DC above all else in the entertainment category.
3) OSU basketball-It's something to watch a few days a week during the dreadful Ohio winters with friends and family in the cozy confines of heated house, and I love the passion that most of the players Matta gets plays with.
If half our remaining commits come from that list, which I expect to be around 8-10 more, it would be a very solid overall class.
What did either of them just say..? Im thoroughly confused by the conversation.
You also can't overlook the fact that Kenton runs a full spread offense, which means that he's pass blocking EVERY play. How does anyone even know if he can drive block, which is necessary for running?
He also recently followed me on twitter. I bet he loves all the OSU stuff I post all the time!
Mannn, I hope he's right. The offense and all those points are great, but I've always been partial to an outstanding, dominating defense.
The season is drawing closer and I *cant wait!*
While a majority of the "points" assigned to rankings are based on the stars of a commit, it seems that maybe not every site ranks teams based on the AVERAGE of all their commits and instead just adds up points for all the recruits they get. In the end, the sec, which can over sign, could get a leg up in recruiting rankings because of it.
If every site bases rankings on the average, then my point is null, and I can't say I know that answer.
I don't entirely fault a kid for going somewhere playing time is immediately available. But at the same time, it makes it appear they don't want to compete for playing time. Each case is unique and time will tell whether the decision was right or not.
One play surely doesn't win or lose a game. Mistakes and missed assignments happen. No one does (or should) blame that loss on him, or any 1 single player.
Now, imagine if he had even an average to decent year the year he was out of coaching. His win pct may dip a little but he'd be in the Bo range for wins before 50, and if he had had an outstanding season, would be pushing Switzer for most ever before 50.
Regardless, he's obviously a great coach, recruiter, and motivator, and glad he's back home where he belongs!
Who's won the proverbial recruiting title or been near the top basically every year for the last 5/6/7 years? Who also won 3 national titles during that span?
Not every 5 star prospect shines like expected, but recruit top talent, and usually wins and consistently being at the top will follow.