Was he the one that got blinded by a ref throwing a flag directly into his facemask?
Either way, anybody that gets drafted by the Browns has the deck stacked against them.
I know what you mean. The exodus last season was greater, and they rebounded really well. Now we have some good pieces returning, and Meyer's teams always thrive on negative energy. I'm looking forward to this team playing angry with a fresh philosophy on offense.
Well, at least Eddie got it. As far as I'm concerned, any Heisman RB shares the trophy with his entire OL.
The "hesitated then botched it" aspect makes me think of The Sandlot.
Right...we can assume best case or worst case. But when 8-10 kids need to transfer out to make room for incoming freshman, odds are there's some of both. It's an ugly process.
Open letter to Ed Warriner:
Please please please please PLEASE do not come back and coach "The Slobs" for Ohio State next year.
Big Ten defenses
If I remember correctly, Tressel's rule of thumb was "if you're projected to go in the top 3 rounds, then declare early." So if he is a top 50 pick, Tressel says "go."
...But Urbz isn't Tressel.
I know, right?! OSU had more points, more yards, and won the turnover battle 3 to 1. Not sure how that's getting "outplayed."
We gifted them 13 points (two FGs and the TD after the fake punt blunder) and they couldn't put us away. You don't deserve to win at that point.
Gives me chills. Every. Single. Time.
I thought Meyer required a minimum 2-year commitment from his coaches? Did he make an exception for Schiano or something?
Are some of you reading a different quote from the one in the article? Sure looks like GS reported what he saw.
Q: And did he give you any details about what Coach Schiano had REPORTED to him?
A: No, only that he had -- I can't remember if it was one night or one morning, but that Greg had come into his office white as a ghost and said he just saw Jerry doing something to a boy in the shower. And that's it. That's all he ever told me.
What's the issue here? Why should OSU fire him? Sounds like he did what he was supposed to -- reported it to his boss. That's the only reason we know he witnessed something, right? Because he reported it?
If reporting something illegal at a previous job is grounds for immediate termination where you work, then I can only assume you work for the North Korean government.
No mention of Teddy Ginn? Once he finally got his chance (sometime around mid-season) he blew the doors off everybody.
Heck yeah there is. Having it on my resume actually helped land me my first big boy job after I graduated.
It's exactly what it sounds like. A club where you grill meat and drink beer. It's awesome.
Yeah, he's a stud. But imagine him + Peoples-Jones + Grimes. That's just icky. Like, 2005-06 levels of icky.
The WR potential for this class is incredible. If they even get 2 out of 3 (Peoples-Jones, Grimes, Lindsey) I'd be thrilled. But the thought of landing all three (very slim chance, I'm sure) makes it move a little.
Okay, okay. Makes it move a lot. Don't judge me.
If they're so into BBQ, how come I never saw them at a single party--err, "meeting"-- of the OSU BBQ Club?
OHIO STATE'S PRO DAY TO SHOWCASE 22 FORMER BUCKEYES
What the heck is a "former Buckeye?"
I shudder at the thought of his 2004 season recap.