Fun fact: No one in the B1G uses their bye the preceding week before Ohio State, at least according to my search. I seem to remember 2-3 teams using it directly before OSU one year recently.
Nader Abdallah was from Louisiana, but your hunch is still well-founded.
I don't know how much impact these things have, but he did grow up a Michigan fan, so there was no out-of-the-womb allegiance to Ohio State.
Latwan Anderson was another 5-star to leave Ohio, and Cleveland Glenville at that. Anyone know what happened to him?
What happened to James Clark? He got some press early in his career, got hurt, and now there's nary a peep about him. I see he's still on the roster, FWIW.
Thanks for the update.
Simply a personal thought: I don't think Florida has amazing weather. I'd take what they have down there now as opposed to this, yes, but I hid from their heat last summer the same way I hide from our cold. Striding along with your buckeyes stuck to one of your branches is no way to go for a jog.
Michael Sam is brave and courageous because of people like you.
This takes an incredibly strong person, and it's going to give more kids courage to be themselves. Way to go, Mike. You've got a fan in me.
I was nodding along until the comment about Domino's pizza.
This is absolutely disgusting.
Before the DA's case could even be laid out--a case that's demonstrated these mother fuckers should be petrified of having a female friend in Tallahassee need police assistance after a sexual assault claim--they rush to defend someone not based on anything other than him being good at getting a weird shaped ball past an arbitrary line. They literally brought a spectator sport mentality to a rape case announcement.
This is what rape culture looks like.
Given the passers he had, I don't think Sanzenbacher's numbers tell how important he was to those teams.
That oughtta quiet the weak schedule critics. Yep, that'll do.
Yeah, Haynes is most definitely on scholarship. Some guy named Vico with the details:
Is George Makridis on scholarship? It'd be unique if we had two scholarship long snappers while down three 'ships.
Haynes looked like he almost made a special teams tackle on one punt.
Highest compliment I can pay: Walt is the Ramzy of graphic design.
42 to 17, OSU
FOOTBALL AND A REDUCED ECOLOGICAL FOOTPRINT, THAT'S WHAT OHIO DOES!
Banning autographs outright seems impossible, especially when they do it for children's hospitals or charities, but signing events like the B1G media event seem inappropriate/truthfully a little sad so I'm with you there.
I don't know why I'm posting this here, what with this being a football web site and all, but let me go on the record and say how great Fort Knox is. I see a lot of big things in Fort Knox's future. I think with some hard work, Fort Knox could be a household name in a few years.
Anyway, decide for yourself: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Fort_Knox
Confirmation: Trenton is terrible.
Iowa City was surprisingly hilly, though.
"I've never really understood the ire Kirk Herbstreit draws in Columbus. Do they expect his commentary on college football to be nothing other than fawning coverage of his alma mater?"
Nice job getting Dennis Dodd on board, 11W. Quite the coup.
"He'd've made it 5 years sooner if I got my hands on him!" the walrussy man on the stool said to the disinterested East Lansing bartender.
I'LL FAULT HIM AND BURN HIM AT THE STAKES WHILE I'M AT IT!
But I tend to overreact. Best of luck to him.
Correct answer: As many as he wants.
"Listen, Ghostface Killah, we'd love to have you here at Michigan" - Brady Hoke, probably.
Why did his 4-year-old son have to write it?