JakeBuckeye, unfortunately you're one of the few. I never had an argument with him, but found his arguments annoying, tedious, and condescending at times. And he constantly was fighting. Good riddance.
Yeah, but his incessant defense of certain arguments and stubbornness can get quite annoying. He usually stays respectful though.
I'm confused. The number was retired while this stud was playing? I thought AJ played till 2005? Either way, hope Hilliard follows in the steps of both these former #47's!!
Art Briles at the thought of playing a non conference power 5 team:
I'm loving me some Kareem Walker!!!
That's horsecrap. He got hired a couple months before national signing day. His obligation was to Houston and getting their recruiting class going hardcore. He should have been on trail nonstop, and wishing us well. Instead he did both, and damn good job for us. Our offenses were unstoppable in those two games save for turnovers. Herman is a stud and deserves every bit of respect.
What was your biggest high during the recruiting process and what was your biggest low? How'd you become stronger because of the low?
Lots of talent there and glad we're bringing some the TOP talent from there to Ohio. Blows my mind. Its awesome.
Love your post and pics KBONAY, but this pic is being played out as much as the girl saying "stop it" gif.
Nope. Or Maybe Yes
Not bad. Polk's a funny dude, went to college with him. He's done a lot funnier videos of Cleveland too.
I'm not a fan of the concept. But from my understanding of the situation with those players from this website, the situation was not as simple as you make it seem.
Thanks for the update and words of advice. Lately, this website has been:
Worst part is that we could combine the talents of all our big men into one person, and he still wouldn't be that good. Mcdonald getting the T from hanging on the rim after a dunk is the epitomy of the group. One step forward, 1-2 steps back.
Probably has more than one of them growing up. A t-shirt is a t-shirt. I'm not trying to sound stereotypical at all, but who knows if he's in a situation where he can't afford throwing away perfectly well-conditioned clothing. The kid also seems to have liked _ichigan growing up, you don't lose it overnight. I wouldn't be upset as a future teammate. I'm sure he'll change his ways once our athlete department gets him on campus and is allowed to give him the outerwear to represent his university that he attends. I'm sure he's smart enough not wear _ichigan while at OSU with his teammates.
That brings back a name! Wasn't he a highly rated Basketball recruit too??? He was hyped then, but if he was in high school now, his name would be everywhere.
I disagree. I went to Kent State. Gates was offered a football tryout after he injured his ankle prior to the basketball draft and didn't get selected. One year of high school tight end experience? I think 3 years at Ohio State of playing quarterback and a few years of the NFL is much better experience than any 1 year of high school (or even college) TE experience. And there all players all over the NFL that have very little football experience but were freak athletes that are successful. I'm speaking of generalities here. I actually agree specifically that Pryor won't work out as a tight end, just not for same reasons as you. But I don't think it's as silly a thought as I'm interpreting in your statements. Regardless, nothing but upvotes from me for a friendly discussion.
Correction: I do agree Pryor doesn't have bulk for NFL TE.
Great post BuckeyePastor
Now repeat several times.
Thanks for the great info
Alibi news is crazy. No need to freak out though. Goes with the territory of having top recruiting classes.
It will be very interesting to find out more about this Cass Tech storyline.
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