Pretty good, but look at the flag behind the goal post. He was kicking with the aid of a pretty strong breeze.
Sorry, I don't agree. I have several addicts in my family, one killed by her addition. He did not get what he deserved, he got what he needed. The sooner addicts know there are consequences for their actions the better.
Yes, and that is why we think the SEC and LSU are jokes
I don't know all the details, none of us do. I, also, wish Spence would be able to wear the Scarlet and Gray again, but I can accept what the B1G did. It appears to actually have standards, unlike the ACC and their handling of Winston. Please don't think I am trying to equate Winston and Spence. Spence is clearly a much, much better person. Likewise, the B1G is a much, much better organization.
"skewed towards personalities and not play" sums up my opinion, too. I only watch the games on ESPN, often with the volume on mute. Can't stand the talk. Can anyone really take people like Mark May serious? You can tell that Lou Holtz doesn't. Also, can't stand terms like a "walk-off sack". What about the "walk-off field goal", "the walk-off knee down", "the walk-off missed field goal", ...In baseball is ball-four when it's the bottom of the 9th, tied game, based loaded a "walk-off walk"?
I agree. Does anyone know of a RB who has had similar shoulder injuries? Would his shoulder hold up to the pounding a RB typically takes.
I hope he stays, but seeing how transferring worked out for Wilson I would hold no ill will against him if he chose a similar route.
Thanks for the input. If I had written "I'm cool with that" instead of "I have no problem with that" would you have found it less judgmental?
I am the father of 4, one college student and 1 soon to be. While they may be adults from a legal perspective they still need much guidance. Some they seek from my wife and me, some they don't but we still give. Spend one weekend night on a college campus and you realizes that these young adults still have a lot of growing up to do. Coach Meyer spends a lot of energy on helping the young adults under his charge make wise decisions.
We spend a lot of time discussing Twitter as it relates to recruits and players here on 11W. I thought I would share my opinion on how to judge what is appropriate. Maybe I could have done it in a better way. But, it is clear after the disgusting, hate filled immature things tweeted about Jalin Marshall last Saturday many need some guidance when it comes to Twitter.
Boston College beat USC earlier this season, so don't count them out against Fla. St.
Why is everyone dismissing Michigan? I know they suck, but they have beaten us before when they sucked. Michigan becomes THE TRAP GAME.
DerryKing, my name and my children's names are mispronounced and misspelled all the time - even when you spell them out for some one. A lady at Starbucks misspelled my daughter's name on her cup so poorly it was not even phonetically close. It has become a family inside joke. It has become the family's pet name for her. My son's name is butchered so bad that at places where it is not important for people to know his real name, like at Starbucks, he just uses Joe. But, we all love our real names and would never change them. One of our parent's greatest gift to us.
As far as Dontre, while expectation were too high, unfortunately many so called Buckeye fans are idiots. Exhibit A: the idiots tweeting about Jalin Marshall last Saturday. Many of these folks need to get a life or go find a SEC team to root for!
Urban coaches the team, just not Jalin. As he has always stated he rewards effort. If Jalin's errors were due to lack of effort he would have been benched. We have seen Meyer bench players in the past, so I trust if Jalin deserved benching he would have been. All the players learned that they will not be punished when they give their best yet the outcome is not so great. This was a teaching moment for the entire team. Takes a secure, mature coach not to over react and do what is best for the team in the long run.
Pat Forde would not agree. Simply the worst sport writer, but what does one expect from Yahoo! Y'all!
If you are college or near college age (<27) I have no problem with you following players who are near your same age. If you are over 27 you should honestly ask yourself, "Would I follow these guys if they weren't tOSU football players?" If the answer is YES, more power to you. If the answer is NO, I think you should stop following them.
You would think that after losing four straight Kentucky would have been tight prior to the fifth game. Stoops must be a pretty good coach if he has them playing loose after all those losses.
If TCU and Baylor win out, maybe it will be the Big 12 that sends two teams to the playoff!
Title 9 claimed another victim.
For me, the thing that made college football unique and great is that we can have discussions like these where there is not a right answer. I never liked the BCS and don't like this playoff and the quasi-official crowning of a national champ. In the past, each fan had his/her own national champ. They would argue all off season on who the true champ was until started playing again. College football was about the school, not individual players or teams. That's why I have no problem referring to the Buckeyes in first person. That is why the players gather at the end of each game to sing "Carmen Ohio". It is about something much bigger than this team. If we win out, but don't make the playoff we are the champs even if we don't have the trophy.
Not sure the sarcasm font is needed.
Maybe a crazy idea, what about playing 4 LBs - Grant, Lee, Perry and McMillan - on first down and definite running situations? Possibly Lee in a strong safety role?
Count me among those scared of Gordon, but let's first make sure we get to the B1G title game.
Should treat Indiana and Coleman as preparation for Wisconsin and Gordon. Hopefully lots of tackling practice the next three weeks. If we continue to tackle like we have the last two weeks Gordon may break the record he just set.
When I was a student in the late '80s, the stadium was open most of the time. Could go in, pass the ball around and workout on the track. Of course this is when the south stands were temporary and, as stated earlier, there was a track. Also, the stadium was a dorm for scholarship students. Is it still a dorm?
I guess you missed that day when they taught SEC Math. 2 SEC losses = 1 win.
I'm more worried about the coaches. I'm sure Coach Kill and company are working on a scheme the Buckeyes have not seen this year. I fear a "we weren't prepared for the gopher-front D" next Saturday evening.