Best Buckeye story to come out of the draft and free agent signings.
Sorry about the kiln accident, Fawn.
That's quite a highlight reel.
The Browns leadership wishes they had Thad Matta's resume. Maybe he should move on, but he's actually accomplished things.
Agreed. He tried to make OSU look bad, which he did, but did himself a major disservice in the process.
Interesting that you left out one little accomplishment - 1 NC in the first college playoff as an underdog in both playoff games. Plus one other playoff appearance.
That may explain why Urban Meyer is held in such high regard.
Barrett played for two possessions because the job is his.
KG was epic during that game in Berkeley, as was the Buckeye Nation stadium takeover. He outperformed a young Jared Goff that day.
That's the hope, Shook. But I think Thad actually thought the same thing with Russell and got surprised by his quick development. So who knows.
Either way, it would be a major accomplishment if Thad pull it off.
Yes, this was a win just to get him on campus. That gets you a realistic shot, at least. But OSU isn't the front runner for Smith. If I was Thad, I'd tell him that he'll use Smith like Russell.
And you seem to say this every time in response. It's what happened the last time OSU played a game that counted. It was a big stage. It was a historic loss for the program and Meyer. So it should be mentioned.
And once 2017 starts, it will be far less relevant.
Sadly, I think it's this.
That's really unfair and hasn't been the way Thad Matta has comported himself as OSU coach.
Clearly a Haskins or Burrow fanboy gave you the dv. I like your take and also think that Barrett's mechanics were hurt badly by poor play at other positions. He's no pure passer, but I think JT is the right QB for this season. And you're right, the future is very bright in the QB room.
Brady didn't have a dad bod, lol. He had no bod. Just a skinny guy. I give the guy credit because Bellichick basically told him he needed to workout to increase his arm strength and durability, and Brady did it.
It's a look. Not a good one, but it's a look.
By a whisker. Throws with more velocity.
Carlton Bragg = fools gold
He looks like the real deal, but based on his past behavior he's actually a step in the wrong direction.
I agree with you that you don't replace one dog with another. They are individual creatures with their own personalities and quirks, just like people. They truly are a part of the family and the love you get is unconditional.
But I would encourage anyone who loses a dog to adopt another when the time is right. Another dog needs your love and that dog isn't a replacement - it's an addition. We found we didn't need as much time the second time around and loving another great dog helped us with the grief tremendously.
Good catch with Malik Barrow.
You are correct. I read a separate compliance document that says the opposite. But the NCAA is clear as you said and as ASU posted below.
I will always admit when I'm wrong and clearly need to check my sources when posting late at night. Thank you for being a good sport during my brain fart.
I'm sorry, but you're wrong. You don't forfeit a year of eligibility during your "transition" year when you're ineligible to play following the transfer. That would be unfair even for the NCAA. The player still plays four years in the five that he was eligible, not including the transition year during which he is ineligible.
if you do not transfer, you are right - five years to play four unless you earn a medical redshirt.
So David Bell gets two seasons at Jacksonville University despite redshirting his first season at OSU.
Artis Gilmore, but you got the right school.
He doesn't lose the season he sits out. Bell is ineligible to play for another team during that season, so he doesn't forfeit that year.