The bottom line is Delaney wanted to expand the BTN for money and thought that Rutgers and Marlyand would bring eyeballs in just because the size of the markets regardless of interest and the programs' ability to strengthen the conference. Bringing in those two schools was the dumbest move ever
Thanks to Delaney's "brilliance" we see less of these traditional matchups and more of Maryland & Rutgers whose own fan bases don't really care about their football programs
Why link to that trash site deadspin
He did run at the Ohio State pro-day but ran in the mid 4.6s... come on DJ this info was easy to find and confirm
Noah Brown did not run at the combine
Listed as a DE
Finkes wasn't a linebacker
Where did the kid say he wanted dinner for breakfast ?
What in the hell is the jacket he's wearing ?
Get a grip DJ... the dude ended up playing baseball , not football at Michigan so who cares. What I did see was the greatest pure player in the game during my life time.
Wait, so Cris Carter isn't allow to comment on how young players are taking care of their business because of his past? Carter grew up, owned his mistakes, rehabilitated , and became a well respected player and human being. If anyone is in a position to give advice it's Carter because of his experience.
You're talking out of both sides of your mouth DJ when you on the one hand you'll celebrate guys overcoming their past but then turn around and say "yeah but don't criticize any players because you did xyz."
That's a hack position to take
Wait so cr
The reality is that not all problems have solutions and a lot of the times solutions just cause more issues
If the worst thing that happened to Clark was he got a real,meaningful degree while having the experience of being on a major D1 program (albeit not being the contributor he wanted to be) then life's been good to him
Dontre Wilson is famous?
Huge props for kids wanting a Chik-Fil-A... who says kids today don't have good sense in them
While I would disagree with limiting to most recent , still how are guys like Santonio Holmes, Anothony Gonzalez, or even Brian Hartline not considered to have desires or attributes over Philly Brown, Sanz, or Devin Smith?
Ramzy - your omission of David Boston as any example of elite wide receiver attributes is absurd
How does David Boston not make the list of historical examples of Ohio St receivers?
JD - just stop trying to compare Noah Brown to Mike Thomas. Thomas had separation and route running skills that Noah Brown (through no fault of his own because of his injuries) has right now. Brown had one spectacular game against Oklahoma and a couple of plays against Wisconsin; Thomas had two full years of games.
DJ - don't compare Noah Brown to Michael Thomas. Thomas had actual production while he was at Ohio St
It's ruining the experience of watching college football. As far as your other point, when the season ends my life still goes on and is no better or worse just because there's no college football anymore.
Yes, but their use of it has changed. It once was that ESPN used it sparingly in instances mentioned above ( it's the 2 minute drill and the losing team needs a field goal to send the game into overtime or win the game, how far do they need to go to get into their kickers range?). However, now they do it for the entire game on every drive. That has started in the last month or so.
this is a ridiculous rule ... also, why would former players want to come back and relive glory days?