At this point, we're not talking about a possible thousand or two-thousand yard season. With our line, and advances in modern technology, it's not inconceivable for EzE to hit a minimum of 4k on the ground. And, for obvious reasons, he'll be the first collegiate running back to also win the NFL offensive rookie of the year award once all yards from scrimmage are factored in. That's using a conservative 2k receiving, which will pad his total yards from scrimmage to around 6k. He should be a pro-bowler before he hits the league. It's just science.
There it is. The best thing I've read all day.
Excuse me, now I have to go hang some sheet rock and haul tractor tires around in the snow.
If Weber wants out... Let him go. End of story, and good luck. If he wants to stay, tell Wilcher to stick a whole Buckeye tree up his Harbaugh-loving ass.
I'm not of the belief that this whole thing was on the level, but I doubt it was a major conspiracy, either.
This. Looks. Bad.
Man, that sucks to hear. Loved watching Reeves play... Thought he would be playing on Sunday. Best of luck to all three young men. Football has been a big help thus far in life, but it rarely lasts forever (aside from Dick LeBeau). Go out into the world and make your mark, fellas.
It's a tough sell to tell a 15-16 year old kid that one mistake in the hallways of school could cost him his dream. However, with social media and cameras everywhere, that's reality. Glad to see he got through it and hopefully learned an important life lesson.
I'm just glad we didn't have cameras in school 15 years ago. I'd probably be a felon (kidding... kind of).
Reading this article really reminded me of Brock. I'll admit I nearly forgot about Mr. Gentry until I read this... It's so awesome to see what he's doing. The human spirit is an amazing thing. I've been friends with Brock since high school, and you almost forget what guys like him went through (and continue to go through) when you see them so often. Keep it up, Tyson. You'll never know how you've inspired others around the world fighting their own battles, whether similar to yours or different.
Now if you'll excuse me, I've got an online purchase to make.
Classic. Way to go, blue.
Didn't even notice the DV... Can't see them. I wasn't being specific on only those two, just used them as an example. As a BGSU alum (long story) who was a student when UFM was head coach, I'd love to see the Bucks come to BG with Urbz as the coach on the opposing sideline and put on a show.
Edit: Sorry, didn't realize that wasn't meant for me. Regardless, felt the need to clarify that I wasn't specifying only BG or Miami.
I love the idea. Something about seeing the Buckeyes play in a small venue like Yeager or Doyt Perry would be awesome. It's like seeing Springsteen play at your local bar.
I've beaten wholesale ass for much, much less.
That. Is. Awesome.
Perhaps the reason I find this so incredibly shocking is that I've never heard of anyone doing anything remotely like this. Little kids, ok... But there's no way little kids are figuring out some other kid's home address. This is all adults.
Come on, people. Don't be a full-grown loser.
Upvote for the sly Archer reference.
I can't imagine this team without the crop-top #15 barreling through lesser opponents, like a bully just taking lunch money and leaving broken, dirty dishes in his wake.
I don't think Cardale could've made the "wrong" decision here. There are a myriad of reasons to stay or go... But my selfish, Buckeye-loving self is damn glad he'll be around for at least one more year.
Upvote for the Robocop reference.
I want to move in with Cardale and Tyvis... Actually, I think I NEED to move in with them.
Looks like Coach Coombs is in full-on face melting mode.
I don't care what the weather is like outside... Because it's a magnificent day in the Great State of Ohio.
Geeked. Only way to describe how I feel.
Geeked. Only way to describe how I feel.
I think I'm still drunk. Can't properly assess how awesome this current situation is.