Agree with the disappointment in the O-line at this point. They seem to have regressed a little from last season. While the back-ups are inexperienced, it would have been nice to get them in last week especially with it being a short week. Looking for someone other than Thomas and Braxton to step up in the passing game as that will take heat off of the O-line and unclog the middle for Z. Would like to see Braxton through a pass or two in the Wildcat to get 8 or 9 out of the box. Right now it doesn't seem to difficult to defense or successful. Good problems to have at 2-0 and at the development part of the season
That's what I am talking about......SEC speed. Oh....Bama was in the red? LOL
Stealing a line from his Kindergarten Cop movie......"It could be a tumor"!
Rumor has it that O'Koran's high school coach is upset with Herman on his deception in taking the Houston Head Coach position (being from Meyer's mentorship and all) and encouraged O'Koran to transfer to UM to play for the Choir Boy Harbaugh. And has voiced his opinion to shut off the Univ Houston pipeline to OSU.
Like Tom Cruise in a "Few Good Men". He has requested the flight logs between Chicago and Columbus and has found the "Drayton Flight Log". Next question!
While wearing Sparty Green colors!
So if that is truly the case....is the opposite not true?
If you go for a job interview and it is worth a lot more money than your current job (i.e. NFL vs. NCAA) do you tell your boss before you go? Most do not and I have even had candidates tell me to NOT contact their current employer......so they hedge their bets so to speak if I say "no" there is no animosity when they return to their current employer. But if I offer them a great opportunity and more $$, I bet they go back to the current employer and say ---I am out of here tomorrow. Thanks for the opportunity you gave me. I am not saying this happened or didn't in the Meyer/Drayton relationship because I have no facts either and only one side is talking at this point.
Since we are into speculation and analogies. If you tell me you love me and we agree to get married and set a date, what happens if you decide to go on one more secret date with an "old flame" and then tell me the night before you are having second thoughts? How do I react and do I try to convince you otherwise?
At the end of the day, at the very least there was a miscommunication and misunderstanding in this process. To play in out in the media (and soak it with drama (as Cass Tech's high school coach has), serves no one any good. Take it behind close doors and work it out. If common ground/understanding can't be agreed upon, then each side has options at this point.
I understand there is emotion fuel by the parties identified (and you can bet others are involved behind the scenes), but work it out like adults in private. Some of Wilcher's quotes are childish and laced with innuendos....
1. What does this mean (speculate here)...."Wilcher @dery1051 re: Meyer "You can't come up to the north with your pockets full and not give us respectthat's not going to happen again".......Full of what? Promises. Hopes. Dreams. National Championship Rings. Big Ten Titles. Victories. Buckeye Nuts?
That very statement has harsh and ugly undertones (or just a normal day of business in the SEC right Mr. Newton).
2. Wilcher tells @dery1051 he's mad at the :"protocol" .."I think it's a black eye on the university, also" getting recruits false pretense. What protocol would that be as I cannot recall a similar example at tOSU or in Meyer's past stops. Is it file under "D" in the OSU Football Handbook. The Protocol of Deception....1st you must....2nd you need to...Because no one in the NCAA or College Football tries to "convince" recruits to come to their schools with 100% facts.
3. Cass Tech coach Thomas Wilcher asked on @DSports1051 if he's upset at Urban Meyer, he says "that's where it starts." Okay...in the words of Sargent Hulka in Stripes....
Psycho: The name's Francis Soyer, but everybody calls me Psycho. Any of you guys call me Francis, and I'll kill you.
Psycho: You just made the list, buddy. And I don't like nobody touching my stuff. So just keep your meat-hooks off. If I catch any of you guys in my stuff, I'll kill you. Also, I don't like nobody touching me. Now, any of you homos touch me, and I'll kill you.
Sergeant Hulka: Lighten up, Francis.
No...he is stating to the media that he led the NCAA in 2015 with 4 commitments!
Is that what he was saying, I thought it was something like.....Whoa Urban F'in Meyer. You kept yours and took mine and are building a dynasty. Whew!
With the way they played during that time, wasn't like anyone was leaving early for the NFL. And their criminals were be protected from getting the boot. Well until they were seniors and in their last game or two.
Did someone check the fax machine to make sure we have plenty of paper in there? And to we have a technician on hand to rapidly remediate paper jams?
Now that is a news flash!
Ahhhhhhhh....,the wonder boy Shane Morris. Still think your photobomb of OSU recruits is funny? Note to self Karma is a bitch huh Shane! Move over and take a seat with Mr. Kalis in the real world.
I thought Thompson was a senior?
Good God......so many words, so many censors. I almost split my stitches open.
Even Marge's hair is supporting a woody over that thought!
Because he was the only one on the field that at could!
Anyone else nervous when Corey Smith held the inaugural National Championship trophy over his head after the victory? LOL.....ahhhhhh...too soon?
Anyone see the Bosa post game interview with Erin Andrews? He was still being held by 73 and 75!
Looking at that trophy...felt a little like the guy from the Dr. Pepper commercial.
They do have that Glenville pipeline. Lol
And Kyle Kalis announced he's forgoing turning pro to stay at Scum for the chance at another ring.....oh wait, that was Tyler Decker--Good Guys
Is that Blutto from Animal House.
Of course they did,they were stealing all 3 of the Glenville recruits from us. Oh wait.......that's not right either.
Actually it landed in Brady Hoke's front yard. It was a odd, strange device of which he had never seen before. Called the CIA to investigate.