Great job Birm love the info. But Hernandez was a fourth round pick not a first round.
I don't get why my comment got deleted. I just corrected Tyler Green's rating. The same thing happened when I did it on the offensive recruiting recon and corrected Indiana's 2014 record.
Dude chill. And why are you calling him out using his entire name as if you were his mother or something. He's one of the best in business and seems like he's always highly respected from the recruits. He's not putting the kid on blast or anything for wavering on his commitment possibly. He's just stating his opinion of what he thinks is going to happen based on info he's gathered and everyone here appreciates that opinion. He keeps us well informed in what could be happening in OSU recruiting. Its not disrespectful because he's not saying it's bad Hill is reconsidering his options. He's doing it in a respectful manner. So just stop talking.
BGSU is the real deal though. They are really good. I think they were tied with Tennessee midway through the third. They are gonna beat Purdue whenever they play. Roger Lewis whose a stud was a former OSU commit.
I love Russell. For Silk to go out of his way to go to this game, it shows his commitment and the great job Matta does to develop relationships.
The Pirates of The Carribean gif in beginning of that thread is gold. Laughed my ass off.
I can't imagine 18 players better than him. He's got all the measurables also. So much potential.
Sorry misread your comment
Denzel Ward and Isaiah Prince the only true freshman on the depth chart is interesting. Would have thought Hill or one of the freshman linebackers would have made it.
I noticed that it lists Darron Lee as a junior. He's a redshirt sophomore.
No problem. I noticed the CB the other day and got pretty excited. They need a tall rangy receiver. Victor is the one thing that is missing in this offense unless Gibson fills it this year.
Koufos went to the kings. Not on the Grizzlies anymore.
Hes not even considering the seminoles man. Its really between us, Tennessee and Florida I think. But definitely not the noles
Nah Spencer got cut also
Maybe I am terrible at math but think you forgot a one in your math Birm
Just curious but what made you think Ricky Towns situation would have any bearing on Hayes
Yah my Denison big red leave something to be desired on the football field.
Wow I go to Denison which is in Granville. These types of things really make you reflect on everything.
Alright. Thanks for the response back so quickly Birm. Really appreciate it. Awesome job on the article by the way.
Hey Birm do you know if Tyler Gerald played against heritage? I ask because I saw a forum post here that suggested he might have been hurt. Also, read in the article that the IMG o-linemen got torn to shreds by heritage and was wondering if you knew how well he played if he did in fact play.
Hes an iowa legacy I think so its gonna be tough to get him.
I agree that he does deserve some form of punishment for failure to cooperate but to give him four games is ridiculous when there is no hard evidence. He should at most get two games if not one. Its unbelievable that he has the same type of punishment as greg hardy. And the repeat offense should only apply to the patriots not Tom Brady himself.
Im not gonna lie, I am a pats fan so I do have some bias. I still find this to be ridiculous though as the suspension is being made on speculation of probable cause in the report. What happened to innocent until proven guilty? Furthermore, the minnesota vikings did a similar act of heating the balls on there sideline and got caught with video evidence!!! That is proven guilty right there. So I just find it ridiculous that the pats were targeted here. Why should the Patriots get punished when the Vikings did practically the same thing? Its clear that the Patriots were clearly targeted as there is no hard evidence that this is true. Could it be true? Definitely. But we don't make punishments based on speculation in the court of law so why is it happening here?
Funniest comment I've read here.