Boiler down....Boiler down....Boiler down.... (chanting this over and over in my head as I watch this)
Although from a slightly different time-frame (2002), I only achieved a 22 on my ACT and still got into OSU engineering school. Important to note that I was out-of-state and both of my parents were alumni, which did help my case. Might I add that I am a Magna Cum Laude graduate with M.S. degree and an excellent paying engineering job. In other words, don't let a stupid test get your hopes up.
I agree that it is of relatively little importance as far as success goes. But I do still find it interesting that OSU hasn't produced a great NFL QB over the years. Maybe I am spoiled, but it would be awesome to someday see an OSU QB do great things in the NFL.
Point well taken. I guess I was biasing the comment more towards QBs that are "expected" to be great in the NFL, even though this may be a dumb way of thinking. And even though your point is valid, I am still surprised that there hasn't been at least one great NFL QB from OSU.
You are right, consistently was too strong of a word. And although TP has shown signs of promise, he hasn't necessarily been great in the NFL (yet).
I agree - I think he is going to have a breakout season this year. With all the praise the younger players are getting right now, I sometimes wonder if Urban is diverting attention away from him intentionally to keep him under the radar.
But Alabama and Auburn had to go through the gauntlet of the SEC, so they automatically get a 20% bump in GBR.
To hell with it! Let's just shove it in the face of the NCAA, ESPN, and all the naysayers and hire Tressel back when Urban calls it quits. lol
Am I the only one that initially thought that was a joint in Holmes' mouth?
Looks like Bosa will be back next week but has anyone heard about Perry or Grant's status for next week?