New traditions are good. So is something like a late dessert after a night game.
Night games are the best. This is my belief.
With 6 scholarship seniors, and along with two other seniors who play vital roles, this is a very young team. I didn't know how young overall until I read this article. Still, lots of talent and lots of potential. The first 3-4 games of the year will show a lot about this team. There will be adversity and how they deal with it will be big, and the role that the few seniors will play will be important.
I had forgotten about that play. It was the reaction that was natural at the time, I'm sure; things happen fast and outcome is not always what you would want, no doubt.
He made quite a few as well. He also never hesitated to dive on the floor and play defense or whatever else his team needed.
I agree with what you have said. I know that what I saw was an accident, it was clear by looking at the video, so my comment was sarcastic. In retrospect I should have stated it in a better way to express what i meant, but it was just meant to be humorous.
Those are guys that have skill and work to develop that skill. It is fun to watch though.
I should have used the sarc font.
I'm lazy that way sometimes...
Bringing in highly rated recruits is exciting. If they end up playing up to their ratings it is awesome. Ohio state has developed players very well in the Meyer era, at least so far for sure, so there is every reason to think that these highly rated recruits will perform at a high level in college.
Yes, I am biased and not objective when it comes to Ohio State football, but Meyer's record of player development is a fact.
Watch the video to the end. It looks like after the bro hug they kissed. Accidentally I assume, because I'm not ready for that to be a thing.
My gut feeling is that Weber will be a star.
We will see.
The scholarship should be honored and will be, so get him to OSU as soon as possible and let the medical team provide care and rehab for the injury.
The injury has already happened and can't be undone, but the fix on the knee, as well as honoring the scholarship are two things that a top-notch program like OSU can and must do. About six months to enrollment; there will still be plenty of rehab at that point.
My only hope is that Ohio State does not regret this.
Purdue beat Ohio State in 2000, when both were ranked in the Top 25. This was part of the impetus to hire The Vest.
Heres a palate cleanser
No need to apologize. I do feel much better with a clean palate though.
I would have thought that Muirfield would have a dress code for players that would include wearing a collared shirt, but I guess that is an old-school thought....
I think we have a new Bert.
For some reason that made me try to picture Burt playing football shirtless. I didn't want to do it, it just happened.
There would be no reason to consider a potential transfer player or reopened recruit unless they filled a potential need and there was an available scholarship. If there are red flags on that player then those need to be considered very, very carefully as well. This should apply in any case, not just to Baylor, and in any year, not just this year.
What a glorious decision it was to double the planned capacity for only $200k more.
...and here I was thinking that all they did was make the seat size narrower.
I still don't agree. If many of us OSU fans had Harbaugh's Bully Pulpit we could recite just as much or more OSU-Michigan history. After all, we have Jack Park as a resource.
That was a tough loss to Iowa. On the bright side though, it gave Ohio State another chance to beat Michigan. Again.
Orlando Pace would have started as a Freshman for Meyer. Or any other Coach. Just sayin'...
Barrett is a very accurate QB, and would produce at the NFL level. I would wish him well if he left with a year of eligibility remaining, and I would not blame him if he projects in the draft after the upcoming season is over.
I guarantee that Harbaugh has a better understanding of OSU football history any of us fans.
I cannot agree with this statement. I want to know, though...why do you think that this is true?
I wouldn't have included Cooper...