or maybe the player tried to show Coach that he was going to do things his way. It's human nature to resist a change in leadership. He'll get over it if that's all it was.
put an end to the Clown Show right now!
anything's possible in hoops, I guess. Maybe we can get some quick transfers from Louisville!? Are there any good kids at Louisville that OSU would want???
Not only do I like this, but this is the kind of program that makes even my WIFE like sports!
and props to OSU for diving into the race issue - get it out on the table and talk about it.
next thing you know a quarterback will wear #98. Gross!
Ooops Genius, I guess I didn't read far enough. Great minds and whatever....
or maybe he's gonna play the Chris Gamble position(s).
His father was great for the Detroit Lions, too. William was not as tall as Brenden, but I remember him breaking tight ends in two. Hart hitter!
I second the nomination for Craft. All time steals leader, right??
I coulda had a couple hundred assists that year - lob it in to Oden or kick it out to Daequan. Dang.
But, seriously, he is a fantastic player, athlete, person.
and he DOES indeed give back to tOSU.
I would just like to see us be competitive in Synchronized Swimming!
Who are you calling OLD??? (said the 61-year old guy)
Everything about this guy sounds good. I'll give him a couple of years to show some results.
Not to talk politics, but I think he may be the guy to "Make OSU Hoops Great Again"!
But the first place it has to show is in recruiting.
I see Clarett. Size, weight, strength. But a bit faster.
Hoping he brings in a wonderful staff as well.
I've been concerned with the S&C the last few years. I think senior basketball players ought to be able to bench more than 120 pounds.
probably someone who doesn't like John Stewart -
I thought he founded Mensa....?
Gene has done all right so far, I think. But I'm hoping McDermott is an interim coach.
The UFM hire blew me away. McDermott? not so much.
Adrianbuck - you live in 49221?
And I think that in a way, Jent quitting the team was the most unbelievable shocker.
A legacy, a coach's son, a walk on - in short, a young man who should be so happy to be a part of the program... That was crazy.
So now I figure the reason he left was because he knew this was coming.
It's the best for everyone involved.
I predict in a couple of years he'll be coaching somewhere. Youngstown State? Otterbein? Ohio Dominican?
I would be happy to see OSU get Mitchell. You never know if these things are going to work out.
What I like about watching him is that when he tackles someone, they immediately go down, down in the direction of Mitchell's mass. It's not like watching a 180-lb corner try to bring down a tight end. They just go down. He's got some bulk to him, which is good. I love the 6-0, 183-lb prototype Urban Meyer type of recruit, but shoot, sometimes it's nice to have a big hammer in there.
As for the "help erect a statue of Woody" daily reminders, can someone tell me how short they are of the $$$ goal??
I tell you what I am impressed with - I'm impressed we got this invite. If we have a slugger's chance of making a season of it, this will be our opportunity. Maybe our chemistry will be phenomenal and we'll go out and win a game or two.
The climb back up has to start this summer.
maybe those other guys/gals wouldn't work for $36,000 a year like Desmond.
Hubbard leads in tipped passes at the line.
Burrow sets an (unofficial) OSU record for TD passes for backup QB with 15.
The Game goes to triple overtime. OSU 46-40.
JK Dobbins sets all freshman running back records.
Penn State last year.