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Comment 05 Jun 2016

What it comes down to:

1) Have you always wanted to be a Buckeye player?

2) Is it important to you to compete for a National Championship every year?

3) If I am a TRUE competitor and think I'm "still a great player". Then take the grey shirt and come to Ohio State and prove it against "great" competition.

If none of those matter, best of luck and play for Pitt, they're close to home. 

Comment 04 Jun 2016

Don't kid yourself. Urban will be disappointed if he can't run the more than 50% of the time. If JT throws the ball more than 60% of the time, Ohio State can't run and is behind in a game or its a blow out against one of the weak sisters on the schedule. 

Comment 01 Jun 2016

"Face value" does not mean the tickets will be "cheap". "Cheap" is a relative term, not sure there is such a thing as a "cheap" ticket to an Ohio State football game. With that being said, $100 could be considered "cheap" if you REALLY want to experience the entirety of what an Ohio State home game is. 

Comment 31 May 2016

VET EACH PLAYER VERY CAREFULLY.....then say sorry. Even if a player wasn't actually involved in an assault on a female student, they knew. Urban's #1 Rule. Treat ALL women with respect and NEVER lay a hand on them. 

Comment 21 May 2016

Former Ohio State player Eric Kumerow, grandson of Joe Accardo, was the first round draft choice of the Miami Dophins in 1988, shocking the NFL. Kumerow was a good LB for Ohio State but not 1st round good. Turns out Accardo wanted his grandson to be a 1st round pick. So he called in a couple of chips owed by Joe Robbie, owner of the Dophins, and Kumerow was drfted in the 1st round. He only lasted 4 years in the NFL. 

Comment 20 May 2016

Well this is stupid. Vegas doesn't think there will be a team in the country with fewer than 2 losses. A HUGE advantage for Ohio State. It does not matter if Oklahoma beats Ohio State early in the season.

Comment 20 May 2016

Is the offer committable??

I've seen many 8th graders that were 6-0 195 that never grew an inch after 8th grade. Even if he grows to become 6-2 220, there are 100's of 8th graders that are 5-8 160 that will become 6-2 220 and could be better players. This 8th grader that is 6-0 195 will look and play like a man among 8th graders. What will he look like when he's a Senior in high school?  

If the kid doesn't get any bigger do you think Saban's offer will stick or be thrown on his pile of unkept promises? The difference between Saban and Urban? Saban doesn't care if one day he looks like a fool