Oh my god, this is so perfect
I love how some fans would trash the staff for "missing" on players of Robert Nkemdiche's caliber, but as you can see, Urban probably wouldn't have wanted him around these parts even if OSU did have a shot at him.
Sure, the guy is a freak, but he's also a freaking moron. Sure, OSU has had some guys who ran into some stuff (i.e. Noah Spence), but overall, the character of the players on the recent teams have been great. It really shows you that there's more to recruiting than just the star ratings.
you sure 'bout that? they're sterilizing High Street and turning it into a plaza mall, so the Schott actually now fits in with what campus will look like in many places.
Obviously, it sucks and the athletic department recognizes that now, but the people donating all the money have other opinions and agendas.
Wrong side of the ball, unfortunately (fortunately?)...
1) he sucks and he knows it
2) he knows Cleveland will overpay him
3) he knows his competition at QB will suck worse
Win-Win-Win for Kaep
I was more trying to make a point that I don't expect it all to click for him in his Senior year like it did for C. Grant and did not for L. Ross, but let's hope so.
I hope only for the best for OSU players, but I think Dunn is a lot more Lydell Ross than Curtis Grant.
Austin Mack is a grown ass man for someone who should still be in HS. I know it's a hard transition, but I really hope we get to see a freshman phenom this year.
eh, me thinks this is just coach speak. I think we'll see Weber taking 70-80% of the snaps at RB with another 15-25% from Samuel and the rest from Dontre.
After the Chargers loss last year, I laughed for about 15 straight minutes and wasn't upset at all. I however stated if the Buckeyes ever lost a game in that fashion, I'd probably be out of commission for a week. What drastic viewing expectations I have between my teams.
I am a Browns fan, so the NFL Draft and (choking in) Fantasy Football are my favorite parts about the league. They're fun, I guess.
yeah, I just try to temper my excitement on recruiting so far away from signing day. I know at least 90% will stay, but it's a bummer to get excited for a guy to be a Buckeye and then changes his mind 10 months before signing day.
Makes sense, seems like a great get either way as it is a real nice middle finger to Harbaugh.
Oh, I'm not questioning it - I just wondered what was up. I haven't been following recruiting for this class that much but all I hear about is how loaded and small it's going to be so a 3-star committing a year before signing day just seemed surprising to me.
Serious question, as I haven't heard much about him - is this kid just unknown by most recruiting services? I find it hard to believe he had a committable offer as a 3-star unless he's a stud considering how small this class is supposed to be.
The only reason I ask is because this is still so early in the recruiting cycle, so I'm not sure if this will stick if there are questions about what I said above.
The SEC is keeping all its players for 4 years now so they can collect those illustrious degrees.
What a great dude. I don't think anyone deserves success in the NFL more than him. Best of luck.
Fair point - I could definitely see the opinion of it being another fame grab, but there's enough shitty things in the world so I'll choose to believe she is being genuine here.