Oh hell yes. Dragonball Z is classic!
Beat cancer and earned (and accepted!) an offer to play football at The Ohio State University. That's a life warrior. So happy for this kid!
Good points from both of you. I just have this gut feeling about Corey. Effective in all three areas: short, intermediate and long routes. I can certainly see Dontre being all over the field this season too.
If I had to rank the 4 in terms of college career, I'd go:
Call me crazy.
I am changing my NBA fan status to: Cavs fan with a slight bandwagonship towards Boston. ET and Sully are arguably the 2 best Buckeye basketball players I've seen in my lifetime.
11w has handled it with class.
Great deal in the short term. In the long term? We won't know for a while. That said, I think Wiggins has a "scary high" ceiling. Could be a superstar in 5 years.
Biddle cares a lot about a story about a 4th/5th string TE, I guess. He's being a coward.
Looks like Auburn has stopped recruiting him. If this is down to us and Tennessee, I like our chances!
Great work, Birm. Big fan of yours. Keep doing what you're doing!
Weird DE trend. First it was Spence, then it was Marcus, now it's Sprinkle.
Ross sure thinks highly of himself for a guy with a lackluster work ethic. That said, I do wish him well, since he is a Buckeye, after all. Just disappointed in his decision. Don't understand why he couldn't just stay literally one more year to help OSU win a B1G championship and to get his degree. Frustrating!
The one position that has been disappointing in regards to recruiting. Thank God Hausmann and Farrell from 2016 are pretty much locks.
This kid has great instincts and can lay the lumber! The pipeline continues... Go Bucks!
Where have I heard "Ohio State basketball" and "Turner" together before?
Very interesting article. Nice job, Ramzy. I know several families with a member who has Down Syndrome. Some of the strongest and happiest families I know. It's amazing how those with a loved one with health limitations (like D.S.) seem to be more well-rounded people. Instead of being sad and having self-pity, they decide to let the health disorder develop them as better people. Truly inspiring.
Just sitting here thinking, "Imagine if we had our offense from this season paired with a 'Silver Bullets' defense from about 5-7 years ago." If we can achieve that elite balance on both sides of the ball, then special (as in "crystal ball" special) things are destined to happen. I'm very excited for this program. A win over Clemson would be a major stepping stone to returning to our glory days, IMO. Lots of momentum right now with the commitments from Raekwon McMillan and Johnnie Dixon, despite the tough loss to Sparty (I was there... It was not easy driving home.). Our boys seem more motivated than ever after that upset. Could it be that game will ignite the fire for our Bucks? Time will tell. Go Bucks!
Craft is the definition "role model student-athlete". Great player, great student, great kid. This is the kind of guy I'd want a daughter of mine to marry. We'll miss this guy next season.
Aaron Craft: What being a student-athlete is all about.