That. Was. Epic.
The Buckeyes also offered a pair of 2018 defensive backs from St. Thomas: Benjamin Sapp, Jr. and Asante Samuel, Jr. It's still very early to get excited about any 2018 prospect, but the Buckeyes' reputation at St. Thomas Aquinas means they're likely to be involved with these two players as well as many more in the upcoming years.
So I'm assuming the latter is THE Asante Samuel's kid, and the other is THE Benny Sapp's kid? if so, those are some unreal bloodlines on that HS team, along with the Bosa/Kumerow lines. And Cris coaching them up. No wonder they put more kids in the league than any other HS.
Born and raised in Akron. Went to undergrad at Xavier and law school at UC (I know, I know). Moved out of state when I went on active duty in 2003, and haven't lived in OH since. Currently reside in B1G country in Chicago though.
Buckeye fan from birth, but my fandom intensified when fellow Walsh Jesuit alum Mike Vrabel went to tOSU and dominated.
Texas Tom and Dino.
Huge Bayern fan. What a match yesterday. Have a feeling they are going to draw Barca in the semis, which will be tough with Robben, Ribery, Alaba, Etc. all likely still out.
BOOOOOM to one fellow Warrior committing to the good guys, and another commenting on the board! WJHS Class of '96.
This kid is ideal for what Warriner likes to do with his interior linemen.
So, wait: we get a commitment from Wallace the same day Kelly makes some dumbass comment comparing his QB depth to the Bucks? Quick, somebody send Tom Luginbill to the ND campus to ask Kelly how his OL and DL depths compares to OSU's.
An act of preemption, perhaps? BOOOM either way!
Nothing can clean up that pubescent cracking in Stauskas's voice. What is he, a 13-year old girl??
Hell, I don't want to see that douche get fired. Rather, I'd love to see ESPN replace Lou with Robert Smith or Joey Galloway (but not Spiels -- I love his booth commentary at games). Let's see if that hater has the same spew to share while an OSU alum (either of whom could kick his ass) is sitting 2 feet away. THAT would be some entertaining TV!
Step 3: Grab that bag out of the box.
"See what you hit, hit what you see!"
Great point, Bill. I was thinking the exact same thing. During my rugby days, on day one they taught us to place the head behind the ball carrier when begin to wrap and drive. Placing your head in front of the ball carrier, in football but especially in rugby, leaves the tackler susceptible to a knee to the head.
This picture cracks me up every time. Reminds me of Ray Liotta in Good Fellas.
Right. I meant this was the 3rd time, so two times before, but... nevermind.
LOVE this mentality. Tell-tale sign of a coach who has been down this road (two times) before.
2000. Prosser had some great teams then with Lenny Brown, Darnell Williams, James Posey, TJ Johnson, Gary Lumpkin, etc...
I'm a Xavier grad, so obviously I am biased. But seeing as how they reside within the borders of the great state of OHIO (even though the local airport does not), I think that good enough reason to throw some support behind them.
#BBN is the "northern" half-witted cousin of the detestable #rolltide nation. No thanks.
As happy as I am that Decker came back, I'm even happier that Warriner stayed and got a bump in responsibilities. That guy can flat-out coach.
My weapon of choice as well. My gf thinks I'm crazy when I go there and pick up like 6 of them, but at $2.99/each you can't beat it. Great balance of flavor and heat.
Has anyone tried making their own? Would love to get a good recipe if you're willing to share!
Let's also not forget that Weber is not the only former Cass Tech player on the team. Webb and Alabi are also there, and Webb was especially vocal about his love for tOSU during his recruitment. Plus Webb, in my opinion, is on the cusp of coming into his own in this program. I mention this because not only does Weber have support there, but more importantly there are good ambassadors for the Bucks with Cass roots. I believe that means more than one situation or a coach's emotion-filled rant.
931 yards on 33 CATCHES. 28.21 ypc, with a TD every 2.75 catches. Unreal stats.