Who's to say they haven't. MSU can't comment on this since he hasn't signed a letter of intent.
If his kids are scraping by 20 years from now I have to wonder why they are still mooching off their parents at 20+ years old. Also if he has anything saved from the millions he has already earned, he should be fine. And lastly, he is 26, likely has a college degree with a bunch of high power connections. If he works hard at all, he should have no problem making decent money. What an ignorant post.
This has to help a young guy like Zach Smith the most. An easy way to get exposure to a bunch of offensive geniuses.
Facebook started with only "elite" colleges and universities. Ohio State was banned (albeit briefly) when it was basically the Ivies and little Ivies.
And is there a reason they shouldn't be able to request more? I chose to work at my job, but I can also request a raise, especially if I think I am contributing to an improvement in my organization's success.
Here's the thing about match fixing: It's definitely going on. It's happening in soccer, and it's unquestionably happening in college sports. (There's just too much money to be made and college athletes are ripe for the picking.)
And now we know why Denard smiled after each of his interceptions?
Plenty? You get to decide what these athletes are worth? And what they deserve? That seems antithetical to the American free-enterprise system.
Saw somewhere that it was a mishap playing tug of war. Other team lost and the rope slipped back too quickly. I'll see if I can find what I saw.
Dude has over a 3.0 GPA, his tweet was not smart because obviously everyone would blow it out of proportion. How many college students have thought, "man I don't feel like going to class?" Probably nearly all of them.
He does have over a 3.0 GPA, so he is spending some time in school.
not fat, all muscle. I've seen dudes with abs so ripped they stuck out further than their pecks. Could spend more time on the bench to balance that out a bit.
Read somewhere that they were playing tug of war and the other side lost and had it slip.
Stoops has only been at UK for a year, so this trend has one data point. But from all indications it looks like this year could be a second one.
Nope, last 2 minutes are exempt from the rule? As a corollary to that why should it be a specific time frame for that exemption. If a team is down 2 scores with under 5 minutes to go, should they not be allowed to hurry up, that seems to take away quite a bit from the spirit of the game.
The answer is everyone redshirted. Or at least way more than Meyer expected, not clear if that is more on the players or coaches. I can't wait to see our offensive weapons this year, I loved Hyde but I hope we become less one dimensional this year. That way when we go away from the run game we are more successful than when we went away from Hyde.
My fellow MARC commuters never seem to have any trouble with the conductors when they are getting prepped for the weekend on a Friday.
Unsurprising, he is the best at what he does. I believe he still has some connections to OSU though, so we haven't totally lost him.
The apparel thing isn't that much of an issue. Nike is the jersey sponsor for the NFL, but plenty of the players are sponsored by other apparel companies. There are just certain rules that they have to abide by during game day. There is no reason that a similar path couldn't be followed in college. Why shouldn't they be able to sell their stuff or likeness? It seems like that is their property to do with as they please.
High property crime rates = drug use. Meth doesn't grow on trees.
And I think we saw in those tweets why the Marionaires are considered smart. Hammering a bullet in your leg for a fix, that is some ingenuity that you just can't find anywhere outside the rustiest parts of the midwest. Also the guy who used a stolen RV to break into a pharmacy, that is a MENSA-type hoodlum right there.
A World Cup match or 3 I could get behind though.
My UVA comment was more for Fido, but then you put ACC on top and so I guess I just picked you to respond to. I agree the top of the ACC is probably the best out there. But below the top two (which doesn't include UVA in my mind) they aren't as deep despite having 15 teams (although UNC is a bit of an enigma).
LOL at UVA, they are not better than 4th in the B1G and probably further down in the Big XII. They lost to Tennessee by 35, they lost to Green Bay. The ACC is not as strong from top to bottom as either the B1G or Big XII and they have benefited from only playing Duke and UNC once. If they beat Syracuse this Saturday, I might move them to 3rd in the B1G, but the fact that UVA has a chance to win the ACC is a scheduling fluke and a sign that the ACC has only a couple of decent teams. The ACC is definitely not the top conference, I'd probably put them 3rd.
It's not apples to apples. I would bet that at some point Roby ran 40 yards and a watch said 4.26 afterwards. Does that mean it is a lie? I don't think so. For some reason the combine time has become the gold standard, even though it is started with a hand timer as well. The only true way to compare them would be to do it on the same surface (yes that can make a huge difference), with a gun start so that everyone has the same reaction opportunity. That way you could measure both their speed and their reaction time and compare it across places much more easily.