HERE is a link to the full interview.
Spit my coffee on my computer watching Marshawn Lynch
Best part of that video is the band forming the Rolling Stones logo...GO BUCKS!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
They wouldn't be in the market for a new coach if they were in a position to win...Anyone who takes this job has to know that winning shouldn't be expected quickly, even though they are expected to win quickly.
If this girl is really pregnant and it's his...he might not be able to get away, unless he wants to be one of those guys.
They deserve established jobs like what Jimbo Fisher and Will Muschamp got. Not Tulsa and Kansas...they are too good of coaches for that. Never understood the "Coach in waiting" title...but if it makes Herman feel better, plus collect some major bank, so be it.
I'd be careful you could be getting legal advice from this guy...
Win some and lose some...
Bitches be KRAY KRAY!!!
I hate the NCAA...
I'm sure whatever OSU has planned for next year and years beyond, it's better than most.
Did anyone watch the SEC championship game? Anyone see how Mizzou got their big plays??? Heaving the ball down field...
Cardale to Devin...ALL DAY BABY!!! Sprinkle in some inside pounding by Eze and some underneath to Marshall/Wilson (who should be back)...and I will look forward to the cut scenes of Saban choking Kirby Smart and/or Lane Kiffin on sidelines. I hope Nick Saban's hair looks like this by the end of the game...
Cincinnati is no ND...but how is this working out for OSU?
Right because I am sure someone said the same thing about Baylor at one point...or TCU for that matter.
Also Cincinnati did go undefeated and get waxed in the Sugar Bowl against Florida back in 2009...there is potential there.
It wouldn't effect them to the point where they wouldn't be able to get who they wanted. But someone like Joshua Norwood who was committed to Cincinnati originally, might stick with them.
Look I'm not saying the best players wouldn't still come to OSU but those AJ Hawks, Malcom Jenkins etc 3-stars might find it attractive to play for Cincy. Especially, if OSU doesn't offer or recruit them out of the gate. Certainly they are not on the level with OSU but currently OSU has the benefit of not having to compete with another in-state P5 school for players.
If the Big 12 can expand to West Virginia...a state that doesn't touch any other state with a Big 12 team, I would think a team with some national interest like Boise State would make more sense than BYU. 'Natti make sense because it gives someone for WVU to be rivals with
9-3 this season and AAC champs (share)...I don't see why they couldn't be competitive in the Big 12. It might take them some time to get the recruits to compete annually, but they aren't terrible.