If that were to happen (Prince winning it), I'd be a lot more happy with Studwara's tutelage.
I'll agree on one point: Big Ten refs do not call enough holding. It tends to hurt Ohio State more than others, since our D-lines are so good talent wise.
Yep, all the 20 somethings and 40 somethings around my friends and I at the Northwestern game were dead silent on most 3rd downs, hardly participated in stadium O-H-I-O, and weren't loud at all.
Gene should have been smart enough to allow the NCAA to continue to be the bad guy. There's a reason all of the schools that have not cooperated with the NCAA have been getting away with relatively light sanctions compared to schools that cooperate, and that's because the NCAA has no subpoena power.
Plenty. Last week, it was almost an hour between them.
Why can't Nike get it's child laborers in Vietnam to offer sewed on numbers and stripes?
Thurber actually never graduated because at the time he was at Ohio State, there was a mandatory ROTC course, and his eyesight prevented him from taking it.
I'm sorry, but I can't stand Penn State's cultural appropriation of Star Wars, which is Ohio's thing, not theirs.
Or the screen passes and shovel passes package to stretch the defense horizontally?
I like it. Strong was a really good D-coordinator at Florida with Urban, and he can recruit well.
I was shocked we didn't try any bubble screens out of the 5 wide sets, or even tunnel screens. Those are plays that can be sprung through good blocking by WRs (which we generally get), and help to stretch the defense, as well as building chemistry between QB and WR.
You know it's a solid college tradition if involves the college paying for structural studies and reinforcing a building to keep the fans happy.
I think it's probably a good thing he didn't go to Duke. It might have been a General Lee bad thing considering Hargrave's location.
That was last season.
He reminds me of Klug from Iowa a few years ago, who was my favorite non-Buckeye that year. Also makes me think of Mike Kudla ,who was another effort guy.
I do wonder if that building finally got AC. I had to take the SATs in 90 degree heat in October, in an unairconditioned room, with the JV football game going on outside the classroom window. It was terrible.
I think Coombs and Meyer are A) Putting trust in one of Coomb's former players (the head coach at Walnut Ridge is a Colerain grad and played for Coombs on the 2004 State Championship team), and B) The kid can flat out play, and has a winning attitude. Read the Cincinnati.com article. It states that he played o-line and d-line for a game because they had 5 starters out injured. If he has any kind of potential, and is that willing to work, give the man a chance.
And definitely since the name change from John Adams.
The Florida one is hilarious. I actually like the South Carolina ones, they should do those as an alternate. Bama's isn't bad.
Maybe the university can come up with a Post Doc position for him once he's done with his PhD: Part of the week spent with high school athletes in a program like his initial Master's dissertation research, and Part of the week helping out with the Real Life Wednesdays side of Urban's program.
I can't blame him for feeling in the moment. He probably got treated like royalty at the UFC, since he's achieved quite a few goals a lot of the UFC guys who are former wrestlers admire, and I'll bet he got invited to work out with them too when he gets an opportunity, and fight them once he's done with his wrestling days. If you think you are the best fighter, why wouldn't you want the top competitor in a component of your sport to challenge you? It is what the original best fighters in UFC were: the Gracies, etc.
Now the Buckeyes' goal is to make sure Valdez doesn't pull an Exxon and make some slick moves.
Barf, where's the Falcon Punch gif?
It isn't enough that your alumni buy condos and wreck the beautiful islands with their ugly pale bodies, now you go and do this!
I'll be up there this weekend for a friend's wedding. BTN 2 Go app, I guess, as long as I can get the little bro to give me access.