Just like Ramzy said, they give piping hot takes that create clicks to their page. Nothing more, nothing less. Haha
The only way to gain experience is throwing them into the fire. Nobody saw coming or expected what Elliott did to end 2014 either.
I don't expect that drastic of a repeat this year but sometimes all a player needs is a chance to show what he can do.
Greg Paulus, according to guys I know who have season tickets, is the main reason OSU was even as good this year as they were. The only guy with much energy on the bench and guys listen and respond to him during breaks. Mattas offense has never changed, Paulus just joined a couple years ago. Sorry but he's not the problem.
Whenever Matta hasn't had a total star player to play thru, this is what he reverts back. Hard to expect him to change now. Maybe Lyle becomes the star player, but if not, this team has a few more years before we see any significant changes..
PSA: Ohio State isn't in Uconn's region or even on their side of the bracket. :)
Apple, Bell and Powell all expected to be in the first 4 rounds, 2 in the first. Lee a mid first round pick as a safety/LB hybrid.
These guys have won big at OSU and now see their stock as high as anyone at the pro level. What's not to like about coming to OSU at their positions?
Mainly because OSU has been good in the distant and not so distant past while scum has been below average for years. Harbaugh is infusing energy and an over the top mentality to try to revitalize the program.
Scum finished a spot below OSU last class and with 11 months still to go, long way to February 2017.
Didn't say it never happens but this was an especially rare instance of SIGNING with a school without visiting.
To along with this comment, this commitment and Haskell Garrett has me wondering.... Did these guys commit just to save a spot in the class in case they decide to actually come to OSU?
I only question these guys because of 1 similarity: never visiting Columbus before. I don't doubt they have relationships with other commits and the coaches, and I'm not trying to say they'll eventually decommit but im skeptical about players that have never been to a campus they commit too. JMO.
The Lord of Whispers has spoke. That's a wrap.
If Kwon shocks the world and doesn't leave early I guess you could say that's a bad guess in hindsight too. Just saying. It's a guess for now, whether it's good or not is determined after the results show us whether it is.
That's a negative.
I have a signed picture of Fred Pagac Jr, in case anyone was interested or looking to buy...
They can beat GS without adding anyone else, if they all stay healthy.
They have to do outrageous things to try to catch OSU and Michigan state on the field somehow.
Haha. Wouldn't be out of the question..
Really? Sorry about that. Just copied the link after downloading from his social media account. For little background, he graduated Shawnee High School in 08 maybe(?) and Played at Hillsdale College in mich after that. Junior college assistant for few years then at Shawnee again as football/T&F assistant for the last couple.
I agree that weight room and training sessions build team cohesion as much as anything.
Youre competing against your teammates in intense workouts but laughing and joking about it afterward. No better way to compete with teammates, without the monotony of regular padded practices.
Less than 24 hours from NSD.
Not that this makes or breaks a recruit's decision but if a certain player is on the fence? Hmmmm.
Obviously not my post but I see LSU and Michigan in top 3 for sure with possibility of Georgia and Bama moving up with the available targets left. If the Bucks get all 3 of their top targets they'll probably be top 2, with LSU 1 but miss on 1 and prob 3/4.
He has that quiet confidence that you need to have to compete and play at a place like this.
That chip on the shoulder of being underrated might just fuel him to an outstanding career.
Yes, having watched virtually the creator of fhe 3-4 in dick Lebeau for over a decade with the steelers, you need a MONSTER in the middle, like Casey Hampton or Vince wilfork and big, fairly fast DE, almost tackle size guys like bosa. I believe bosa would thrive in a 3-4 defense, whether he's rushing off the edge or has the linebacker outside him as the 4th rusher.
As Birm has stated, you're naive if you dont think every major program does this, But there's still a right and wrong way to go about.
The wrong way is dumping a kid from your class with 2 weeks until signing day and no time to make different arrangements and perhaps visit other schools they may be interested in. The right way is to give kids a month, or hopefully, more to take all those visits, develop relationships elsewhere so they are making an informed decision and got a gut reaction because they have next to no choice now.
This is still a kid's future, not just for the next 3-5 years, but for life and its sickening seeing this type of stuff.
Camp circuits and sitting back throwing to receivers with no pressure are 1 thing. Taking a snap and having 300 pounders bearing down on you are completely different. Guys with good, accurate arms seem to be a dime a dozen anymore but still, very few become elite quarterbacks. 7 on 7 camps cant show the types of things that make elite qbs elite.