For sure. Without a doubt, he's the reason they are so successful. I give him all the credit for that. I just meant it's easier to recruit kids there now due to their consistent level of success.
It's a shame really. Darrell Hazzel is a good dude and I think he could've had success as a head coach. But he never should've taken the Purdue job.
Yeah, but you never know when you might actually need to play your 3rd string QB in a series of extremely important games, though...
Translation: Haskins will push Collier and Burrow for the 2nd or 3rd string spot, but will eventually redshirt...
'Tommy, where's Gisele? Wooooooooooooooooooooooooh!'
Well, when you're still basking in the glow of winning a Natty back in 97' and using servers from the Rich Rod era, it's bound to catch up with you one day...
Meanwhile, over on Mgo...
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Not taking anything away from Saban as a recruiter, but the product speaks for itself. It's a well-oiled machine. At this point, there's not much more he has to say other than: "Come here and you will win championships and play in the NFL."
Yep. There is something to be said for developing talent, coaching it up, and etc. but it's been well documented that those who recruit in the top 5 or so are the teams that wins championships.
Yep. Dude was a Rhodes Scholar.
Yeah, but you get to wear 86 different uniform combinations.
So they've got that going for them...
I don't think anyone knows anything. These are all just guesses. Not sure why Campbell's getting left out.
Mike Lanese. Dang. I haven't heard that names in years.
Man. Too bad MGo is still using the same servers they had back in the RichRod days...
It's good to see a Columbus kid get this opportunity.
I'm glad they offered him.
Exactly. That kind of stuff will work with some kids, but with others it's bound to be a major turn-off (as we've heard).
I guess it worked...
We should all be extremely thankful to have Urban at Ohio State.
Harbaugh can't even carry on a conversation or answer questions in an interview without sounding like he's either an idiot, high, or crazy.
Wasn't he the first guy Harbaugh wanted to have a sleepover with?
They may have been busts, so to speak, not living up to their full potential, etc. but both those guys are playing in the NFL right now.
What the flip are we talking about?
The Laurinaitis family will be missed in St. Louis. I have a friend who is on staff at a church in suburban St. Louis and James and his wife have been going there for years. My friend has said numerous times what a solid dude James is, how he's always willing to help out and do whatever he can and whatever is asked of him, whether it be to help promote something or to speak at a men's group or volunteer for countless activities from greeting people as they come in the building to attending youth group functions and etc.
Not flippin' back!
It'd be a whole lot cooler if he did...