I sincerely doubt that Ross will allow that to happen to his player.
The ACT thing is weird. I can see telling a coach not to tell the players where to take them, but the coach shouldn't be allowed to give them advice on standardized tests? I can maybe see the point from the NCAA's perspective on the where, but the "Can't give general advice on how standardized tests are scored" is just ridiculous. A random person could walk up to them and give them that advice too, it's common knowledge among college educated adults. And considering some of these players may come from disadvantaged circumstances, and be the first in their family to get an opportunity for a college education, why shouldn't the college coach recruiting them be able to hand out academic and life skills advice while still recruiting them? That's like the prospect mentioning he needs a graphing calculator for school, and the coach saying, "Well... XYZ retail outlet has them for $20 less than everyone else", and making that an NCAA violation. Again, in the case of some of these players, that $20 might make the difference in their family having enough money for food or rent, and it has not been given to them as a benefit, since the deal was available to any customer of XYZ retailer.
Probably multiple trains. They likely had to route through Atlanta to get to Auburn, and use a horse and carriage to pull their gear.
Teradja is an awesome name.
And then you look at the color and think, "Wow, these are some dumb TTUN fans here, can't even get their colors right." I went through that phase for a bit, until the next door neighbor's daughter went to TSUN, and my friend across the street went to Moeller. They are pretty different looking at them next to one another.
Yeah, that is better. My favorite Assistant Scoutmaster is an Elder guy.
Yeah.... sort of hate their flag and logo. Looks very similar to TSUN, but not quite. The color is slightly different.
A trunk. It's English English, not American English.
"We don't take kindly to political science professors around here!"
"Now, Skeeter, he's not hurting no one."
Troy Vincent is also an executive VP with the NFL. Not surprising he's telling his son to take his recruitment slow.
Where'd the $100 Million go SEC? Did you bribe ESPN for favorable coverage? Or was it the payout used for recruits?
Especially if Fox gets smart (doubtful, considering the way their parent company acts in the rest of the Anglozone), and offers a package of sports channels for less than Sling. I'd pay $15/ month from August to March to have access to BTN, FS1, and the regional Fox networks in order to see Buckeye football and basketball.
That's exactly what I do as well, since it actively hurts ESPN's bottom line. If ESPN wants to be a bunch of jerks more than they are now, that's fine. I will continue to hate them, and actively look to bring a class action suit against them for devaluing my degree with their negative reporting. I don't even care if the suit succeeds, as long as it causes the Mouse to reevaluate their holding of ESPN and causes them to hemorrhage money.
I'm surprised he hasn't done camp Tours yet.
It wouldn't shock me if MSU doesn't know as much about Colerain's academic side as tOSU does, and therefore tOSU is playing a slow game while Riep's SAT and ACT scores come in, to make sure he can qualify, or to advise him as to what courses he needs to take next year to make 100% sure he's eligible.
Tate "The Hammer" Martell?
They should have Bill Murray stickers, since that gopher beats him in the end. Or Kenny Loggins....
Nobody worry 'bout me
Why you got to gimme a fight
Can't you just let it be"
Some mischievous soul should post that 2012 highlight video to a Charger's fan site. Because how crazy would it be to have both of them playing on the same team in the NFL?
Considering what the NCAA let Cam Newton get away with, I just don't consider this that huge of a deal. Is it an against the rules recruiting advantage? Yes. But I haven't seen any kind of reporting on Tunsil's home life, and just making a huge assumption, but if he's like Beanie Wells, and has a bunch of siblings, with a single working mother, getting money to pay her electric and water bill just doesn't even hit the morality meter for me like getting a ton of money to refurbish Dad's church does.
Hairball better stay away from Jungle Jim's. It's not your's Jimmy. It's Ohio's, not yours.
Thanks for the information. I hadn't seen this anywhere.
This actually makes the Jaylon Smith pick make much more sense now. Obviously Rod is going to have good information on whether docs think his brother will recover fully from his injury.