I'm going to go with James Clark. I've been saying it for a few years now but I think next year is the year he finally breaks out. He's been hampered by injury and inexperience but I think his speed is something that will get him some serious touches next year.
Your both entitled to your own opinion but after living in the south for the last 3.5 years I can tell you right now you don't know what classless is. I've worn my OSU jersey around on saturdays and had people tell me to "Get the f*ck out of their town you stupid Yankee", they still call it "The War of Northern Aggression" and they've thanked me personally for getting "That dumb Ni**er elected". It really doesn't bother me much but I was really disappointed there were still people like that in SEC country. Before I moved down here I really didn't think real racism was a thing anymore but I can tell you it is very much still alive in the south. Don't get me wrong the vast majority of people down here are super friendly and good people but there's still a few that choose to live in the past and make me glad I have this shirt to remind them that we kicked their ass when it mattered.
This is unreal. Listening to this had made it the greatest day of my life, hands down.
I think we might need to take these a little more seriously. I'm not saying he's going anywhere, or even that it's probable..... but It's definitely becoming more of a possibility. OSU Beat writers have been hearing rumors:
Believe what you want, but Braxton Miller's interest in transferring is legitimate.— Ben Axelrod (@BenAxelrod) December 30, 2014
FWIW, I've been hearing for some time now that transferring was a very real possibility for Braxton Miller. Maybe the most real.— Brandon Castel (@BCastOZone) December 30, 2014
I know he would like to stay at Ohio State, but he also wants to make it to the NFL... as a QB. Not sure he will get that chance at OSU.— Brandon Castel (@BCastOZone) December 30, 2014
Been told he would like to play in a more Pro Style offense. Less hits, more upportunity to prove he can throw. FSU would make sense.— Brandon Castel (@BCastOZone) December 30, 2014
Not saying Braxton is gone, or that he has no chance to start at OSU next season, simply that transferring is a real possibility.— Brandon Castel (@BCastOZone) December 30, 2014
I really hope he doesn't go, I could see it coming back to bite us in the ass.
It's all about the (BY) U!!
That was a total fucking bushleague review
War Damn Eagle
My personal favorite
If OSU turns the ball over a lot: 45-3 OSU.
If OSU doesn't turn the ball over a lot: 60-3 OSU.
I doubt it. From what I can tell looking at the composite rankings we would have to end up with both Kirk and Harris in this class (or two similarly ranked players) to get there and I just don't see that happening although I've been wrong plenty of times before. Not that ranking matters all that much at the end of the day anyways.
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My thoughts exactly. It doesn't get any better. The Michigan Game....... At Night..... In All Black.....Dear Lord
"Somewhere down the road maybe, but not this week." - Urban Meyer on the Buckeyes potentially wearing black jerseys.— Ben Axelrod (@BenAxelrod) October 22, 2014
I like Mark Richt as a person but imo he's done less with more than about every other coach in the SEC.
I'm in the minority but I loved those USC teams in the middle of the decade. They had a crazy amount of talent and they knew it (kinda like the U of the 00's). Pete Carroll is a players coach and thrived in that atmosphere. Sure he cheated but so did everyone.
Dantonio, Les Miles, Spurrier, Pete Carroll (Cheated but was pretty good at it and seems like he'd be fun to play for), Gundy and Dabo
Dude great job, props for making this.
Still have games against ASU and USC, so they have some a solid chance of picking up a 2nd loss.
He might not but I'd rather see him out there than Hoyer. He's hardly been the reason they've won these games.
I'm only 21 years old and don't remember OSU in the 90's so my point of view is a little different here. It pains me to say it but I don't honestly hate Michigan the most anymore. Until a few years ago would have had Michigan at the top of the list by a long shot but they've been bad so long that my hate for them has dwindled, while my hate for Penn State has increased over the years.
1.) Penn State- Still refuse to accept what happened with Joe Pa and the program and are overall a bunch of classless fans.
2.) Michigan- Self explanatory
3-17.) The SEC (Tennesse being my most hated followed by Ole Miss, Bama, UK, Florida and Auburn) - Ignorant Fans, Terrible drivers, giant egos, I could go all day.
Not a fan of this, If you actually go listen to the podcast, he really didn't threaten his bosses, it kinda came across as half joking. I know not everyone is a big fan of him but at least to me Simmons, 30 for 30 and Grantland represent the only consistant quality reporting and storytelling ESPN does nowadays. He does talk about Boston sports a tad too much for me and some kinda think he's a d-bag. But he really does love and understand sports, and presents his material in a pretty entertaining style. He's done a ton for ESPN and the sports television media as a whole and this suspension is way over the top.
This^^^. Call me young and Naive but based on the footage I've seen of Germaine, Tomczak, Schliester and Kern I'd put Braxton/T.P/Troy ahead of all of them.
1.) Troy Smth
2.) Terrelle Pryor
3.) Braxton Miller (Possibly higher based on 2015)
4.) Craig Krenzel
5.) Joe Germaine