K'Von Wallace certainly doesn't have the best tackling form but that can be learned. Dude looks like he can definitely play either side of the ball.
May have something to do with it being a great school, with a coach who has been to the Super Bowl, the biggest football stadium in the country and has one of the strongest traditions in the country. Recruiting is more than just a system of "+1 to OSU becuase things there are shiney."
Take off the scarlet tinted glasses every once and a while my friend
They should let both teams wear their primary colors since there is no reason not to.
Get Fallout 4. I am honestly embarrassed to say how much time I have already put into that game. Suffice to say my roommate makes jokes about my character in Fallout having a better sleep schedule than I do.
Yeah, Bryant and Hale were who I had in mind while I was thinking about it. Its strange that Hale was able to use combined injury time to get his while Bryant was not
This is exactly what I got on here to say. I think we all should probably slow our role on the whole "Prototype" Super QB thing a little bit on all of this. I'm not saying he won't be great, I would love if he was, but I think we should all keep some salt handy with Danny Clark, I know he committed early and he has a tattoo and he loves Ohio State but none of that contributes to the quality of football that he plays and it seems to me that a lot of the time OSU fans feel like it does in this case.
I think Cardale will go in the first round. NFL teams are desperate for QBs. Cardale has all the physical tools and he has a nice resume, I'd be shocked if he isn't drafted in the first round.
No way in hell Tommy Schutt gets drafted or winds up on a roster.
So wear the normal road uniforms?
What happened to that rocker step that Cardale used last year? Is that going to make an appearance in the offense this year?