I'm not quite sure were you are going with that gif... you haven't disproven anything I've posted. It's still silly to say that UK fans are trying to say they "got us" or whatever. 11W is a top quality FREE source of recruiting information. Not every fan base has that. The link was posted with no comment, nothing to indicate any sort of retort or brag.
Did YOU read the article?
Getting early attention from next-level coaches isn't new to Toledo Central Catholic sophomore Michael Warren, Jr.
"I was coming out of 8th grade," Warren, Jr. told Eleven Warriors. "I'd see like every high school coach come to my games and practices to watch me play."
Warren, who lives in the Start High School district in Toledo, decided Central was the place for him, and not only because of football.
"Really," Warren said. "I went to Central for the academics at the school and because of the hard-nosed style of the football program."
Crunch Time - Michael Warren highlights
Hard-nosed adequately describes the bruising sophomore tailback. Although he's listed at 5-foot-10, 187 pounds, Warren plays much bigger than that. In last week's state title win, Warren rushed for 194 yards and two touchdowns, bringing him to an impressive 2,246 yards and 28 touchdowns in his memorable sophomore year. With NCAA policies as they are, colleges are not yet able to directly reach out to Warren, but it's coming. The Buckeyes are going to be one of them and that's something the Central sophomore is looking forward to.
"Ohio State is a place I feel I could fit in," Warren said. "I love the city and I love the environment. I've got an uncle that lives in Columbus. I know I'm young, but I think I could bring a lot of success to Ohio State in the future."
With a state championship win under his belt as a sophomore, Warren and his Irish teammates will enter 2015 with a target on their backs. Because of that, there's no resting on any perceived laurels.
"Yeah, winning a championship was a dream ending to the season," he said. "But it's time to get better for next year."
I've highlighted the section concerning Warren and the Buckeyes. Out of 17 lines, 3 of them are about him and the Buckeyes, the rest is just about him. As a 2017 recruit, there isn't as much out there about him, I'm sure this was useful information for UK fans to get to know their new commit.
Stoops is doing a great job in this state. We can recognize that it doesn't really threaten us without downplaying it or belittling their fanbase.