I'm an "old-schooler" of sorts. Those new whites look great. Did anyone see the grays Utah State wore on Saturday? Yuck. OSU hit a home run with those whites in the photos.
If you're worried about him blowing out a knee, then he should have never come to OSU in the first place. Instead he should have gone pro right out of high school.
I won't be surprised he goes to the NBA next year. But he should stay and improve his game at Ohio State. After what I saw of him today against a good team, he did not impress me. He looked like he lacked a lot of poise with the ball. He took way too many 3s and looked bad when he missed them. He also has to learn the concept of team play.
Schefter is trying to control the story so Herbie can't get his 2 cents in. You all remember Herbie's involvement in the coaching search up there four years ago?
Here's a story about Harbaugh hugging Oakland's owner. That's why I think he wants to go there. If you had no interest in their job, why would you go out of your way to hug him? You must like him a lot, eh? You've got to be a good friend of his to do that. I sure wouldn't have hugged him if I didn't like him. I also don't know of any other coach hugging the owner of the opposing team. They have to be good friends, so that's one advantage Oakland has.
Forde even thinks Iowa can't beat Tennessee? Ferentz is .500 in bowl games. He's got a great chance to win. Lower-level bowl games are Kirk's specialty, and that's one reason why Iowa has kept him for all these years.
If they get Harbaugh to take the deal, the scUM folk will brag that he's the highest paid coach in the country. They can add that to the size of the Big House and be more arrogant and obnoxious than they already are.
Will the McCaskeys pay him what he wants and deserves? They are notoriously cheap.
Who did he flip from?
I knew Herman would never land at the school up north. Can you imagine him bringing that team to Columbus for The Game? I would boo him. Don't care what he did for tOSU. He'd be a traitor in my mind. And I don't think he would do that anyway. The people up north were just screwing with Buckeye fans by mentioning him with all the other candidates to replace Fred Flintstone.
It sure won't be Siciliano.
So they want to use the smoke-filled, secret hideaway to make their decisions and hire to keep it away from their fans?
Alvarez's hire, probably Paul Chryst, will turn out to be better than TTUN's new coach. Alvarez knows the identity of his team and what kind of a coach would fit them the best; TTUN still doesn't have a clue.
Hart would be the perfect choice for them. Or any other former player who never beat Ohio State.
Meyer would have had him signed, sealed and delivered to OSU, if he was the Buckeyes' head coach that year.
I'm more interested in who TTUN hires -- or doesn't hire.
This would have never become "news" in Tallahassee.
There was a story I found last week that Les told a LSU recruit that he was staying with LSU and not going to the team up north.
One of the best HS games I've ever seen. I hope Meyer and his coaches were there. Both teams had a lot of good players to watch. But as a Toledo Central Catholic grad, I'm glad my alma mater won the game and the state division III title. I'm also glad Burrow had a great game. He can sling that rock! I'll take him any day over the QB from Trotwood that is committed to go to the loser up north. CC, by the way, destroyed him last week but they couldn't stop Burrow. That shows you how great Burrow is and will be in an OSU uniform.
It looked like his hair matched the color of his helmet.
I'm rooting for my alma mater, Toledo Central Catholic, to win tonight. But I wouldn't mind seeing Burrow have a good game in a loss to the Fighting Irish. CCHS destroyed the Michigan QB commit from Trotwood-Madison last week, but I don't think they can stop Burrow.
Spartan fans would never forgive him for going over to the dark side.
Cam Cameron was a total flop at Indiana when he was their head coach. That would make him perfect for *ichigan to replace Hoke.
I agree. Hope he plays well but loses to the Irish. Class of 1967 CCHS here.