The scholarship grid shows everyone who counts for the 2014 season. Once we get to the offseason and can show who is staying and who is leaving, rest assured that it'll be fully updated.
This Olentangy Liberty alum doesn't know why his alma mater is Division I and Olentangy is Division II.
It's a parody of the Big Ten's many meaningless trophies, particularly the Freedom Trophy between Wisconsin and Nebraska that nobody asked for. Goldy Gopher and @FauxPelini came up with it. See the hyperlink in the article for more details.
Just want to address this: you are right about Carter having gone to Middletown. It was not originally in the article. Its addition was the result of an editorial mistake, namely mine. Any other issues with the column are a result of problems with my editing.
Sorry for the mistakes, everyone.
Thanks. I've updated the article to reflect this.
I've never been happier to eat crow.
That would be Donte Wheat, a defensive lineman from Montgomery. Naturally, he went to Robert E. Lee High School.
As I said at the start of the season, the power rankings are entirely subject to my whims, and it's the least important part of the recap. If I were to do a conventional power ranking, I'd probably order it like this:
- Michigan State
- Ohio State
- Penn State
Here's my question: I won't change the methods for ranking teams, but I do see that there is some weekly pushback against them. Do you all want to see me post a set of conventional power rankings in the comments each week?
That's right, except the teams not playing this week are being judged by their most recent game. For example, Michigan State is being judged on its win over Michigan last week, Minnesota by its loss to Illinois, and so on.