I think this is the first position coach that Urban Meyer has replaced that wasn't an upgrade from the previous position coach. That is not a dig on Tim Beck or any of the other coach, I believe that speaks to how valuable Tom Herman was as a coach. I believe the same thing once Ed Warinner inevitably takes a head coaching job somewhere else, the coach that replaces him isn't going to be an upgrade. I believe that Ash was an upgrade from Withers because honestly Ash runs a better defensive scheme. You could argue that Larry Johnson was an upgrade from Vrabel because of his experience as a college d-line coach. Because of his recruiting prowess alone, I think Tony Alford was an upgrade from Drayton. Again, all these coaches were great coaches. That just speaks to how great Urban is and what being an apprentice in his system means. That being said, I think Tim Beck is going to be one hell of a coach and a future OC at Ohio State and a future HC somewhere else.
How long until the "I was hacked" excuse?
I'd recommend C Deck tickets around the 50. Last year I got 22C for Cincy and Rutgers and 17C for TTUN and loved them. Reasonable price and you can see the whole field
This seems to be an injury that has gotten a lot of attention recently because both Dwyane Wade (in college) and Derrick Rose (a few months ago) elected to have a meniscectomy to repair their torn cartilage. From my understanding, because Wade decided to go the meniscectomy route is one of the reason he has had chronic knee issues at this time in his basketball career and that that was Rose's initial hang up with getting that surgery instead of the sutured repair route (not to mention this has been a recurring issue for him). Doctor Earl, is there much of a difference in the impact playing football or basketball has on the knee joint (i.e. hard court surface in basketball vs. grass/turf surfaces in football)? Obviously, with the loss of some of that cushion, there is a probability of arthritis down the road either way. I was curious of your thoughts on if the sport you play has an impact on the type of surgery you would get to repair a meniscal tear.
I also think this has to do with Braxton switching positions. When a two-time B1G POY and team leader is willing to switch positions before the start of his fifth year to do what's best for the team, it has a trickle down effect.
Welcome to the slobs big guy!!
that's a positive sign from Rock City this morning!
I would, heck I'd have seconds! Then polish it off with a tall, cool Budweiser
Btw whoever DV'ed you for that is a loser. That mistake is understandable. There is a high probability that two recruits have the same last name.
+1 to even the score.
Quarvez Boulware. I'm referring to Venzell Boulware. He was a Buckeye lean at one point then committed to Tennessee. Bc of the recent De-commit of Drew Richmond and him now being a Tennessee Lean there was speculation that Venzell Boulware was looking around any possibly back at Ohio State.
(Birm already answered my question(s) above.)
I see what you did there...
Can you write me a note to give to my boss so I can miss work tomorrow?
sorry not Birm but per 247 Prince is @ 9:30AM and Hill is @ 10:00AM
any surprises tomorrow? i.e. Alabi, Gibson, Weber flipping or Beckner or Boulware committing?
more like Ron White
Defensive TD (Darron Lee?), special teams TD (would love for a kick return from Curtis), TD or two for EZE and a long bomb to Devin Smith are just a couple ways the good guys score. Fast start means Cardale can settle into the game and Wisconsin doesn't have time to catch up. Wisconsin gets a garbage TD late to make it look closer than the game really was.
Final score: 42-24 (500 yards total offense, again)
Congrats on your 100 yard three TD game Melvin, your team still lost...
Ramzy: most compelling/moving stories and bourbon
Birm: best behind the scenes insight
DJ: makes me laugh every morning
Ross: makes me think I know more about football than I really do
Sorry, I meant if the rumors were true are we still pursuing him.
Thanks for the insight Birm!!
I heard a rumor that Josh Sweat was openly rooting for Virginia Tech during his visit. Are we still pursuing him? Do we have a chance?
There use to be street on campus named after Cardale Jones but they had to change it bc nobody crosses Cardale Jones and lives.
Cardale Jones doesn't call the wrong number. You answer the wrong phone.
Who do you see coming in as a true freshman and making an instant impact of the commits that we have so far or even of a prospect that we are most likely to sign? For example, like a Joey Bosa two years ago or a Raekwon McMillan/Curtis Samuel this year.
150. Didn't want to make this guess but it's about all that's left ¯\_(ツ)_/¯