The NCAA could limit the number roof transfer to a school per year to prevent them loading up, and limit students to 1 immediate eligibility transfer during their eligibility. In addition, a school would have to have space for them on NLOI signing day so the school would be betting on a transfer that may or may not occur. If they sign a full class or above the limit, not transfer can occur and if one did they have to sit a year.
I'm not sure why Alabama should be held liable in such a situation, any more than any private employer. They weren't coverage up his actions nor putting someone in a position where they might cause trouble based on their past behavior. The individual should bear the responsibility for his behavior absent actions that enable it or cover it up.
McLaurin is 83? How could he retain his eligibility so long, let alone play ball with a bunch of college kids?
Yes, Richt runs a clean program and deserves respect for that. UGA fans give him a lot of credit for that but if he doesn't win an NC or at least SEC championship soon he will be on the hot seat.
The joke in SEC land is "Who will be starting for Alabama or Auburn next year?" "Don't know, who did Richt just kick off the team?"
Roger that. Once a Buckeye, always a Buckeye.
He's obsessed with competition and winning.
Sound like some guy named Hayes...
How could I forget Black Adder; it got better every season.
I believe that what was called the Falcon Sprint. First with a 260 and later a 289 and 302. The 63 1/2 was the basis for the Mustang. I liked the first body style the best. Dad had one but with the six.
Tour of Duty was great. Too bad it only ran 3 seasons. Stan Foster (Sgt. Marvin Johnson) is from Youngstown and went to OSU.
Here he is rocking some OSU gear:
I had an AMX version. Really strange car. Random things would stop working or fall off while driving. Sorta like the Harleys of the era, just not as cool.
You can't fix stupid
Face it. You F** Up. You trusted us.
Body by Fisher, mind by Mattel
No S*** Sherlock
worst = McDonalds last time i went there i ordered a egg & sausage muffin with a hash brown .................. there was egg shell in my muffin never again
Look at the bright side. At least you knew it was a real egg...
WKRP in Cinncinati
Head of the Class
Dark Shadows (the B&W version)
Doctor in the House
Jeeves and Woster
Ah, the Spitfire. You could always tell who had the teenage boy in my neighborhood because it had the Spitfire up on blocks in the back yard.
You know why the British drink warm beer? Lucas makes their refrigerators.
My car was a Cougar with the 289 HP 4 barrel. Not blindingly fast but pretty decent and the 289 was bullet proof.
I would argue that no other school has dominated a sport like OSU has dominated synchronized swimming. The program defines dynasty.
yup. A while back the Joebots at BWI were bragging about winning 3 NCs in a row in some sport and asked if any other B1G team could lay claim to a 3 peat in any sport. Some Buckeye mentioned SS and produced a bunch of it ain't a sport comments. They'r not found of anyone raining on there parade especially when someone present facts that they don't like.
Yup, started just down the street from where it is now on High Street. The Alumni Magazine did an article ob them a while back.
Best: Five Guy's (Burgers) Chipolte (Mexican) ChicFilA (Chicken)
Worst: Taco Bell (any category) though White Castle and Krystal make a TCU and Baylor effort to be included
Hey, B Dubs got its start in Columbus right on High Street so if they were pulling strings OSU would never lose a game. So rest easy, that aren't the puppet master...
Not surprising consider Costco's customer demographic is decidedly upscale. Their Kirkland brand is designed to be high quality at a lower price; you can pay a lot more to get something better but dollar for dollar they represent a good value.
I would have flipped the chart so better is on top to make it conform to what is the usual convention.
If you like Woodford (and I do) try Costco's bourbon. I find it just as good for less money.