I don't see this as a knock against the buckeyes. If anything, I liked the commercial. It's true. Everyone hates us. We just laugh at it. I think this is some overreaction to the ESPN bias. Yes, ESPN may be slanted but they recognize the national brand of OSU.
I was about to say. Its been a while, but I will always remember that catch!!
I'd be pretty upset if I was a season ticket holder, and I saw this go down. This marketing ploy basically would confirm my non-renewal of season tickets to a completely devalued product.
Can we add Mike Leach to the roundtable with John Madden as the moderator? That could set off some fireworks!
You asked when he was relevant, not winning championships. Being an NFL coach, and then setting school records at an SEC school while winning coach of the year multiple times in the most dominant conference in college football seems pretty relevant to me. I'm not trying to start an argument, just was making a joke. You may not like him, I think he's hilarious and great for football. And I'm guessing the vast majority of South Carolina fans enjoy him too. He kills their rival Clemson, going 6-3.
Coached in the NFL in the early 2000's. Named SEC coach of the year in his first year at South Carolina. Lead the Gamecocks to their first SEC east title in school history, first ever back to back double digit win seasons, first top ten finish ever. From 2011-2013, only them, Oregon and Alabama have won 11 games every year. Clown question, bro.
Also could mean Alabama isn't that strong this year.
They'd be lucky enough that their 3rd option for a coach is a current NFL coach
Its free. There's a couple others out there too, same annoyance with pop up adds. If you use it often, you'll know how to quickly close them. They stop after the first annoying couple minutes. But no idea how legal or anything.
The second site is for all games. I apologize if these links violate any part of this sites rules, didn't seem like it would.
Interesting. Its against HIPAA rules to reveal patient info, and I thought Josh Sweat was a private guy from previous comments here. Surprised that info was revealed so early. Also, an MRI is usually taken the day after or two the injury, even for professional athletes. I'm not saying this story is wrong, but would like to hear a little further verification.
So for the slow ones ill explain
Anyone else see the irony here?
Never heard of him
For all those people whining about him pushing back his commitment date: I would much rather have him do that than change his mind after committing over and over. He's a teenager. Not everyone can be as well ahead of our years as I was during my teenage days.
He got caught. Apparently didn't get the punishment he deserved.
Hey there newbie. Welcome to this awesome site. When you see something in Italics, it means sarcasm. So calm down!
Oyster, you got a serial downvoter on your tail in this thread! I got your back though.
Classic. Now back to my TPS reports. If I finish quick, I can play Jump to Conclusions tonight. After watching Kung Fu of course.
One of my favs too after the shuffle!
If someone here linked the same the poll in their local newspaper to troll, we'd be crushing it. Not a lame 50%. 50% would simply represent the OSU fan percentage in their own stadium when we play there.
Did the OP already get banned? I can't look up his profile, says access denied.
What a write-up! Great job Birm, I can't believe we'll be getting these frequent updates along with football season! Christmas has arrived early.
The fact that we are battling Kentucky for recruits goes to show the power of the SEC.
Actually, the Damien Harris recruiting battle does not show the power of the SEC. It simply shows the love anyone has for their home state and being close to family. And as mentioned, the other two examples aren't too valid. It seemed like even CJ Conrad would have flipped from Kentucky to OSU if we offered. That shows the excellence of OSU as compared to Kentucky. They beg their in-state players to stay, and pray for our leftovers (that is not to disparage any of their Ohio recruits, but OSU gets to pick the cream of the crop in Ohio).