Outplayed and outcoached. Disappointing for sure but...
1. It's still great to be a buckeye.
2. michigan still sucks.
Here we go Bucks! Let's GO!!!!
Ronda got treated the way she treated the rest of her opponents. She tried to stand up with an actual boxer and got lit up the entire fight. Knocked out in round 2.
Ronda's lights are out.
wow.. she got punished.
I don't get the o line. How the difference between this year and last year is so drastic is beyond me.
This is frustrating... to say the least.
Why isn't Zeke getting the ball?
This is why the Browns have been so good lately.
Awesome! Congrats Kyle! I've never been into wrestling but after the NCAA matches last year and now this, it's pretty exciting! Go Bucks!!
Not if their O-Line doesn't improve. 10 sacks?
I was thinking the same thing guys. Ha.
I would play as well.
Congrats! Welcome to the club!
Medberry over Telford from Iowa... I don't know anything about wrestling but I'm watching and I assume that helps us?
Now that's funny.
Only happens to me on my phone. Not sure why but I haven't really thought about it/looked into it. My computer, however, stays logged in just fine.
You are right, most coaches in America are probably not at 85 on signing day. I don't know of any programs that have been over their limit in August either so in my opinion oversigning can only be considered in between signing day and August. Schools oversign and yes I think that almost every school does it. I don't think it is a bad thing and I think it is necessary. The attrition issue is one of the main reasons why. That is the point of oversigning and in my opinion the definition. People give "oversigning" a negative wrap because of the minimal amount of stories where athletes have been forced out. I don't think that is near the norm.
I also agree, irrelevant. Nothing I say or do will change anything. I just have nothing else to talk about.
I honestly think there are a lot of people on here that bashed the SEC and oversigning without actually understanding what it means to oversign. They just saw it as recruiting tons a players and picked the best of the bunch while throwing out the scraps. Now that it is front and center with the Buckeyes people look into it and see what it actually means.
What? How can you write, and in the same line, that they "signed 4 over" and then say it isn't "oversigning"? Haha.
Upvote because I enjoyed reading it.
For the record, I have no problem with "oversigning". The issues come with how players may or may not be forced out. I have seen nothing in that realm to question this staff.
This is funny. I do not care who. you. are.
Because when they set up the room they had no idea who he is going to choose?