I'll be the judge of that....
He transferred from Florida, so this is clearly Urban's fault.
Way to pay to pay it forward Corey!
Snow has been a guy Ive used as a case for Craft in the NBA. Great comparison in my opinion. If you look at Snow's college numbers ,especially offensively, you see he never averaged more than 8 points a game, but his defense and basketballs IQ were off the charts. Eric played a dozen years being a pest. Craft should get a job in the league, but I fear he will not. But let's be honest whatever he does, it will no doubt be awesome.
Yep, unbelievable domination of the best of the best in the state. Glad I avoided him by losing in districts. Haha.
As a Cantonian this entire thread is entertaining.
While I understand completely that his jumper is not good, I can't help but think a small part of these people all want to BE Aaron Craft. Or at least possess some of his intelligence. I second the thoughts on Gottlieb....arrogance is a horrible trait and that dude has enough to fill the Shoe.
So he's basically Deion Sanders? Fast but kinda soft. That ended well for him fingers crossed it works out.
I can confirm he's already missed 2 baseball games as a result. As for how long he's suspended...no clue.
As a Canton resident and McKinley grad let me tell you this isn't an isolated incident. There is a pattern of behavior that has went on for a couple years now. I try to put myself in his shoes with the scrutiny and adulation, but I can't imagine the pressure he feels. That shouldn't be an excuse to act a fool on and off the field. Coach McD will help make a decision on what's best and I pray that it leads to some changed behavior. But there is a large part of me that sees another Canton kid throwing away opportunity that will set him up for life. I'm a cynic, but since he's a Bulldog I'll let this play out.
Boy oh boy.....did we dodge a billet on that one. I remember thinking he was a "must have" player and how disappointed I was when he chose elsewhere. Yeah...let's keep that in mind this recruiting season.
These offseason meeting between staffs always have me fascinated. These guys are all competitors and often wonder how the dynamics work out. This appears to be fairly common these days. I mean there are nuances these guys don't share, right?
If he has risen....let's hope he tells his kid to get a haircut. Has anyone ever told him about that cut?
Articles like these are why I come to 11W. I'm a big fan of the whole "behind the scenes" type stuff. This was enlightening. Good luck young fella.
Whoa...fancy. I wondered what getting crunk meant when I attempted to access the site earlier this morning. Well done ladies and gentlemen.
I gave you some downvotes...mostly because you seem so certain we settled on these guys but provided no alternative to who you thought was the better candidate. UFM had Ash on his radar and frankly while I like to pretend I understand the game and what it takes to win, I'll leave the decisions to people whose careers depend upon these. decisions. Johnson is a home run. No question about that. Ash is simply an unknown to us fans, but not within coaching circles.
Not a great start to 2014.
I noticed this as well. I can't ever remember a winner not doing that. I was also bothered by him claiming he was "proven innocent" on his off the field situation. Being innocent and not having sufficient evidence isn't close to the same thing. I really wish people would understand that much.
I remember college being more exciting than sitting around watching recruiting announcements. I almost feel bad for these guys.
Well it started out as 10,000 free donuts.
So he's not married to her...yet he's been with her since high school and is a heavily involved father. As a product of a single parent household I take great offense at your opinions. While we can debate the destruction of the family unit all day, LeBron doesn't fit the mold of a parent that is neglecting his duties by not marrying their mother. Which they are slated to get married anyhow. But I'm not sure why that even matters to you. I was angry that Lebron left Cleveland for my own selfish reasons. But to question the guys character because he doesn't have a legal document (marriage) is frankly ignorant. I also laughed at you trying to tell someone else how much of a real Buckeye they are. So lets all bow down to you up in your ivory tower of moral standards.
This is true. Although that Super Bowl ring surely doesn't quite feel the same.
As a proud Cantonian....I approve all Mike Doss highlights. I remember my first time seeing him in HS, I'm no expert on talent but it was so obvious to even me. When he committed to OSU after winning a National Title in HS, I knew he would do the same here in Columbus. To be completely honest even after his decision to come back I had my doubts it was going to happen and then THAT 2002 season....what a ride.