Thats easy, its Ed Warinner. Nothing stipulated it has to be a head coach.
That would be on the most overrated thread
Water Polo use to be a varsity sport bit it was a casualty of Title IV. It is still a club sport though.
I recall the Men's Rugby team winning a nstional championship on the club sport level when I was a student in the late 90's.
It's definitely going to be the guy who has had some previous starts and has done something significant for the Buckeyes.
Title town, USA
I thought the same thing. In all fairness he doesn't really block, he obliterates players.
That's why he's called run TMC, not fly TMC.
Cooper finally got "blocked" only because he got his feet crossed up. That's the new tactic for him, try and somehow make himself cross his feet up. To be fair Cooper crossed his feet because a timely hand punch by Onwenu.
The third rep was nasty, Cooper waltzed in to the "QB" on that one.
Peoples-Jones with the highest SPARQ score and he's only going to be a Junoir in HS. I hope he commits to the good guys.
Cooper and Bosa on the same line would be great. Too bad the NCAA is going to not allow them to play at the same time because of player safety.
Hopefully while on campus this summer Cooper got some recruiting tips from the master recruiter UFM.
It seems a lot of DT's have tOSU high on their list but for whatever reason haven't pulled the trigger for the good guys.
I still think it's amazing that Joe Thomas Barrett watched the rest of the game from the stands and gave a post game speach in the locker room before going to the hospital after breaking his ankle. He's more of a man than 99.99% of men, myself included. He has leadership oozing out of his pours. Glad to see him paying it forward with some future stars. Hopefully him and Austin Mack are working on getting their timing down already.
In my opinion, the GSW championship is diminished with the fact that in every single round of the playoffs their opposing teams point guard got injured. The point guards either were not able to play or played severely injured and not nearly as effective as normal. On the other hand tOSU had the opposite happen in which their QB's kept going down and still kept on winning. Hopefully voters take that into consideration while voting.
I can't decide. Each one is gre8t in their onw way.
Even though he hasn't played in the NFL for quite a few years now, I guarantee he's still in game shape.
Mentioning Notre Dame somehow alway ends up with this picture so I thought I would get it out of the way.
Hopefully they don't talk about what some fans did to Ryan Hamby. So, the kid didn't make a play. Disappointing, yes. Worthy of death threats, never.
Fans of TTUN shoud not throw stones considering the fragile glass house they live in.
At first I thought Boom had a chip and dale dog, but then I realized the dog tag was a dog bone and not a bowtie.
I'm excited to see Run TMC on Saturdays this fall. Hopefully he gets more playing time this year. He may be the best equipped guy to replace Devin.
I haven't seen a first step on a d lineman that quick since JJ Watt single handedly shut down tOSU's offence (sorry to bring up bad memories). Landers is going to be special, I have a hunch.
Not mentioned in the article was a pickle squirting competition. Players competed in categories such as most juice squirted and longest squirt.
The man is consistent. Threebler shot 41.6% at tOSU and shot 41.6% from beyond the arc this year.