There are a couple of 30 for 30s where the sports leagues were heavily involved in the creation of it. Four Days in September being one of them. Those documentaries are widely considered the worst of the 30 for 30s.
Well It's great fortune for the Patriots that they signed Devin Gardner. The Future is secure, guys!
Larry Johnson Sr. and Urban strike again. Should have made LJ Sr. your HC Penn State, but we'll gladly revel in your mistake.
Didn't you hear? we lost on purpose to repay Michigan State for losing on purpose to us in football so Wisconsin could hand us a fixed B1G title, so everyone got richer.
That's also how I read that clause. Alford would need to be personally responsible for the violations leading to games being vacated.
Oden, Sullinger, Redd, Russell, Conley
Penn, Johnson, Craft, Turner, Diebler
Nebraska QBs never had an Ed Warinner coached offensive line.
Regardless of Alabi and Weber signing, Cass Tech already burnt that bridge if a fraction of what's been out there is true about their HC.
This is why College Football needs an early signing period, and why I rarely fault kids for taking visits after having made a Verbal Commit early.
That was all on Johnny Townsend
But did Ohio State ever talk to Townsend about not signing because of a numbers crunch?
“No sir, that was never discussed,” Townsend said. “That's just false information.”
He had a scholarship offer from Ohio State. And that's why he had given an oral commitment to the Buckeyes.
scholarship offers came from Alabama and Florida
Buckeyes still wanted him to come to Columbus.
On His Choice of Florida: "I think they [Ohio State] understood my thought process, but they were very disappointed and sort of upset with the situation,”
Brady to Edelman was the winning score too. But this wasn't Coach Tress, so it's obviously just a fluke thing.
One day closer to Fall Practice for Ohio State.
This kind of breaks the 4th wall for me, but I still found it funny. Hopefully this will be the last of these though. The premise is really starting to run thin.
Weber being at the Natty celebration rather than visit elsewhere I believed was always a sign of his true intentions. He appears to be listening to Harbaugh, but I think at the end of the day, he stays in our class.
Alabama was Tennessee before Tennessee was Tennessee before Saban got hired. All tradition, no success for many years. The DeBose, Franchione, and Shula eras at Alabama were really bad, from 2000 to 2007, Alabama had twice as many .500 or worse season than 10 win seasons. Had Alabama been in the Big Ten in 2007, with a 7-6 record, Saban would beaten Tressel for CoY (and Zook).
Despite some of our NC disappointments, Ohio State has clearly been the best program of this century.
Had he [Tate] not been asked to depart the Ohio State basketball team and then chosen to transfer to join the Cincinnati Bearcats
Tate visited his girlfriend in Columbus and said he watched with no bitterness as the team [Ohio State] that dismissed him
I'd be interested in seeing the flexibility of the admissions requirements, because on paper, OSU and Wisconsin's admission requirements are very similar for regular students. They both have median quartile ACTs of 27-31. It does appear that UWM has an average GPA of 3.8 while OSU has a 3.6 average. OSU had an acceptance rate of 55%, while Wisconsin had a 51%.
Perhaps Ohio State is more flexible than Wisconsin, but all Academic indicators suggest OSU and Wisconsin are similar enough for me to call BS on Gary Andersen.
We're a run first offense. We have great QBs, that make big plays.
Honestly, what the OP said doesn't make a lot of sense. JT/BM are fundamentally different QBs than CJ. If JT/BM can put up big numbers in a RO scheme, whereas, Cardale can put up big numbers when we are running a more pro-style offense, that suggests that scheme has very little to do with success, rather, we have elite QBs, coached to the highest level, with no fear of the big stage.
If you put Joe Bauserman in this offense, he wouldn't put up Heisman numbers.
student manager scapegoat claimed he on his own accord deflated a few footballs without Kiffin knowing, and in that same season he had Cody Kessler switch jerseys right before the game to be the same as the punter to run a successful fake. USC was fined for the footballs.
The point of the shirt is not about football directly, rather it is a witty retort to all the SEC claims of superiority. That in many matters they were not, and are not.
Much like there is on one qualified Harbaugh on their staff, there should only be one thread about a silly TE coach.
I'd assume OSU could find several able body kickers to walk-on.
However, I think Neurnberger compares very favorable to Mike Nugent. If you will recall, Nugent's freshman season was a disaster. 7/14 with some truly ugly misses. SN's misses hurt us against VT, however he improved. Freshman to Sophomore year seems to be a year of big jumps for kickers. and while I was concerned about Neurnberger having to make a kick against Alabama and Oregon, his performance suggests he is good and maybe will be a great kicker. After VT, his misses were 29 (blocked), 41, 46, 47, and 48. Making kicks 45+ isn't guaranteed in college for the majority of programs.
Doug Flutie did a drop kick extra point for the Pats right before he retired.
Being unable to play in spring ball isn't something that qualifies one for a medical redshirt. Additionally, as I understand it, JT took a regular redshirt last season, so acquiring a medical redshirt would only matter if he lost an additional season beyond 2015-2016.