I still don't understand the Jamal Dean medical rejection. He obviously has the physical ability and talent to play if he may start as a freshman for Auburn, and their doctors approved him (I know, its their doctors). But if he blew his knew out playing for OSU, he'd be done with a medical hardship anyway. It seemed like a preemptive medical hardship.
If this had happened in Alabama, especially near Tuscaloosa, I doubt they would be arrested. The cops would probably have let them drive the cop car around like on the movie Super Bad.
Turning down Ohio State for Pitt? Yikes. I understand he was a little miffed Urban didn't know his name, but he should have just played so well that Urban would never forget it again. Seriously, Pitt?
I hate this. This is probably the same guy who tried to outlaw Oreo cookies. Let the people in Lincoln have their balloons! They have so little to cheer about these days anyway.
Kramer: No! I'm not the Assman.
Clerk: Well, as far as the state of New York is concerned, you are.
Can't fault a kid for staying home to play. Plus, at least he's not going up north to play for Coach Sleepover.
Any Seinfeld reference should be an automatic double-upvote. I think we need to have a special button for that.
Its a good problem to have, but I still hate to see this happen. Wish we could take them all. You know recruiting is going well when you have a tell a 4-star you don't have room.
So bible verses are banned but shirtless pictures of Harbaugh are not? What is the world coming to?
In all seriousness, I understand some confusion, but I think its tough to ban a bible verse on a tweet or on a picture of a scripture reference on a player's eye black or shoes. I think the spirit of the 11W policy is to prevent members from engaging in religious comments, not necessarily banned newsworthy items that contain religion.
Congrats to Coach Boals. This should shake the chemistry at the coaching level and hopefully have a positive effect.
I don't see the harm in satellite camps. I can see why the SEC doesn't want them. They don't want competition and they really don't want to see Harbaugh take off his shirt again.
The kid had an ego and wanted respect because he was a 4 star. I get it, he's been coddled since third grade because he's a good athlete. But whining that he didn't get offered soon enough is a bit much. Basically, he's saying the Buckeyes didn't recognize his greatness soon enough. So he goes to Kentucky to win 6 games and play in Little Ceasers Pizza Bowl? That's his idea of revenge?
If the driver did make a religious slur toward the student, this gives me a different perspective. It doesn't excuse the student's horrible behavior, but it does explain why he was so upset.