Maybe Hall realized he wasn't good enough to beat out our DEs already committed to Ohio State. And maybe he didn't want to work hard enough to do it. But good luck to him wherever he goes, as long it isn't the school up north of Ohio.
What is that guy going to be like if his team doesn't duplicate what OSU did in Meyer's first two years? I will maintain to my last breath that if Harbaugh can't turn that team up north into a national champion in three years that the program up there will turn into a middle of the road program like Iowa and be that way forever.
The Ohio State colors are scarlet and gray, not black. That design is butt ugly and quit messing with a great-looking color scheme and jersey.
I hope he wins as many National Championships as Bo at that school up north of Ohio.
The Mud Hens sell out the place for weekend games. Better get your tickets NOW! The zoo, art museum are also great places to go to.
Better bring plenty, and I mean a lot, of your own bottled water. Toledo is going through another safe drinking water crisis.
Let's hope that 0-4 is Harbaugh's record against the Buckeyes in the next four seasons.
And the fans up there can only wish that there was a number to retire that was worn in the past 10-15 years. Even Charles Woodson goes back 20 years. That means their glory days are history and in the rear view mirror. If Harbaugh can't make them into champions, then their program is destined for mediocrity forever.
But I think Hoke and scUM really blew it big time if Shane Morris, their so-called 5-star QB he recruited, can't start at QB this year. If he's holding a clipboard again, that will make it three years in a row that he's second string.
Toledo is now Little Detroit. I'm so glad I don't live there any more...I'm living in suburban Columbus now.
The former mayor of Toledo Michael Collins who died in office, God rest his soul, adopted an old slogan for the city when he was the mayor: You will do better in Toledo. It should now be rewritten this way: You will get shot in Toledo.
That's my alma mater beating that team up north on that photo. I had to upvote it. I wish I could give you 100 helmet stickers for it.
I don't have a clue understanding why a kid who's offered a scholarship by tOSU would go somewhere else to play football. But that's my Buckeye fan inside of me talking.
July 23rd was a great day but the greatest day is when Ohio State wins the championship game next year.
Let scUM win the attendance battle. I don't give a rat's rear end if the school up north sells 110,000 tickets to every game. The most important things are: Beating scUM up there, winning the Big Ten championship and winning the National Championship AGAIN!
He seems to be in love with himself. That's narcissism, right?
ESPN was running a crawl the other night saying Harbaugh was 4-8 and 5-7 in his first two years at Stanford.Just saying what I saw, no more.
That's a great headline for a story on Eleven Warriors if he gets hurt in a game or practice.
All TSUN needs to do is win 7 games and Hairball gets the Coach of the Year Award. Do you think they already have his name engraved on the trophy?
Former Toledoan here, I and my wife moved to Reynoldsburg a few months ago. I filter my tap water and drink bottled water so I don't worry about any bad drinking water. Good luck on keeping the water safe to drink in Toledo. With those ass-hat politicians and bureaucrats running a once-good city to live in, you will need it. I hope the brewers of Buckeye Beer aren't using the water from the tap without filtering it. [I noticed the bottle in your photo. And I can get Buckeye at the Andersons store here in Columbus.] Go Bucks!!!
ESPN has ruined everything it has gotten its hands on. Baseball, football, basketball, etc. are unwatchable due to the incessant use of graphics and statistics all over the screen and the babbling of the babblers calling their games. And having Mark May rip on the Buckeyes all the time didn't help them, too.
Congrats to all TheOSU scholar-athletes!
What I meant was the rankings don't tell the entire story about how tough it is to earn a degree from The Ohio State University. My daughter worked very hard to get hers and graduate with honors in 2005.
Hackett obviously believes in giving people a second chance. Nothing wrong with that, especially to a Marine who has served his country with distinction. I wonder, though, how short the leash is on Minick.
He just couldn't cut it academically at TOSU. That's too bad. He will probably do better at Georgia. 54 is still higher than 62nd, though, in my book. OSU has a great reputation in academics, and don't be fooled by the rankings.
I guess he must have a lot of fans here because I got gray-screened. Well, that's my opinion and I'm sticking to it. If an athlete can't cut it at OSU, he or she has to go elsewhere. One reason why we have a National Championship football team is because they are smart kids in the classroom.
He couldn't make it academically at The Ohio State University or Notre Dame so he found Georgia and the SEC the place to go to. Sounds like the Bulldogs take anyone who can walk and breathe but can't handle the strong academics that tOSU and ND offer. Gotta feeling he will be given a lot of easy courses to stay eligible.
There's nothing wrong with either starting time as long as the result has Ohio State with more points than that team up north...every year, too.