Huge step for a guy that young. Good for him, it takes a lot of hard work to get to that level, and most people never reach those heights in a career much less at 37 years old. This can also be a feather in the cap for Gene Smith, identifying young talent and, in a way, getting them placed in other top department positions.
Yeah, the way this article sounds, he wouldn't choose Ohio State even if he came to realize Ohio State is the best fit for him. Either way, you do you Jackson. One man doesn't make us, one man won't break us.
Gill's straight-line speed looks better than Marshall's, but Marshall's HS tape showed great moves and he was able to make people miss in college too. Not saying Gill does not show that, because you see him regularly outrun people in his tape and he breaks some ankles of defenders too. I don't like saying that a recruit is better than player X, Y, Z, but his size and speed make him a perfect fit to be an h-back at OSU and we could end up renick-naming the Curtis Samuel position after him.
I get what you're saying, but maybe I didn't make it clear that I believe the kid is a take based on his ability. I do not know who else we have on the board, I know that Gill is going to be an H-back in our system, and Snead is a APB, but a guy like Tavion with his size and ability would be a great addition. It would be tough to see him go somewhere else.
Tavion is a guy you have to take to keep him off the roster of a team like MSU and Wisconsin. That kid is big, quick and for his size pretty damn fast. In fact I don't know how he isn't a take. I know we have other guys at his position that are maybe rated higher, but man, he is just too good.
Usually just the thighs. I think I have tried it with the breast, but it just wasn't the same.
He is really athletic, I think he would be a great outside linebacker, and he has the frame to put on some pounds and play the middle too.
I honestly never had heard of that, but it makes sense. Vinegar acts as a tenderizer, and the pickle juice has a lot of great flavors and spices already. If you do try it let me know how it goes!
May I suggest brining the chicken next time as well?
I love chicken, however my girl is really picky when it comes to chicken. I make a pretty bad ass Indian butter chicken recipe that she likes, and she eats fried and grilled chicken wings sometimes. Other than when I do those preparations she isn't very fond of the bird, so it can take some extra TLC to get her to agree to a chicken based dinner.
Whenever I grill or fry chicken I always brine it between 5-8 hours before hand. Pretty much ensures that it'll come out juicy even if you forget about it for a half hour (I don't recommend trying that, however). The difference in the chicken after a brine is pretty remarkable, depending on the spices/herbs you use. I always go with the usual sea salt and brown sugar, then add in chili flakes, cinnamon stick, cloves, rosemary and thyme. Might seem like overkill for something you don't cook for a long time, but it is worth it.
I think the honey is added to the chicken after the frying process, not in the dredge.
Oh well. On to 2018.
I don't think they care too much about the site going down given the commitments they have received today.
Let's hope it isn't actually garnet.
According to a Land of Ten writer he is not landing a UGa, and is favoring scUM.
Between their WRs and our DBs, The Game is going to have an incredible matchup on the outside for a few years. Plus they are looking like they will add Nico Collins as well.
Go to the Chandelier Bar at the Cosmopolitan, order a drink called the Verbana. It isn't listed on the menu, but it is a unique experience.
Burgr at Planet Hollywood is good, I have been there a few times.
Dueling Pianos at New York New York.
Someone mentioned the High Roller already, I highly recommend it.
Noah won't be on the team next year, so not really sure the point you are trying to make.
I'm really happy we landed Harris. We have always had the smaller, faster receivers. But with Harris, we get a big, athletic receiver who isn't afraid throw a block for the running back. He uses his size well to shield the DB from the ball and make the catch,and he has the speed to make a difference. Also, I always love to see the Ohio guys come to Ohio State. Welcome home, Jaylen.
We lost 4/5 recruits from two years ago, we brought in guys that are projects and role players last year. Next year, will be much of the same. I don't foresee great improvement in the next year or two either.
Ohio State basketball was just something to make the Football offseason feel a little shorter when we were good. Now we just suck, we will be lucky to sniff the NIT this year given the results so far. Matta made a huge mistake when he made that "we got rid of the problems" speech. Throwing your players under the bus is no way to promote yourself or your program to young kids you are recruiting. Now these results just make him look worse. He is a class guy, he has represented this University well outside of the comments I alluded to earlier. I don't like to advocate for a guy to get fired, but this program has been in steady decline for a while now, and I think this is as good a time as ever to bring in new blood. Let him finish out the season, but let him know it is his last.
With all of the coaching changes, and the incoming recruiting class, this is going to be one of the most anticipated seasons in a while.
I'm glad he didn't live up to the hype in college. Good luck to him at the next level.
Wow, didn't see that coming. The guy was in line for some HC gigs the last couple years and now gets a demotion to a mid level west division team. Good luck to him though, he was a huge part of bringing a NC to Columbus in 2014. We had some great offenses that featured what was the best O-Line in college football with him as the Slob Emperor.
Looking at the roster, I can't disagree. It would be nice to have a guy who is college ready step in. In the likely case that Marshon goes to the NFL, we will have two corners in Arnette and Wade on the roster who were recruited (I believe the rest are walk-ons). That is really scary. I would still rather take a guy at receiver than a possible 1 year corner, who hasn't played high level CFB. Kendall was ranked highly in HS, but didn't stick at Bama and a year in JUCO. Playing at a JUCO doesn't necessarily mean he is ready for the big time (IMO). Either way, your point is 100% valid, we need more bodies at the position. I wouldn't hate on the decision to take him if he want's to come in.
Good luck, Kwon. Thank you for three great years!