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.
FWIW, they did lose by 20 to Indiana. If Indiana's defense can hold them to 24 points, then I am pretty sure we can do better.
Love and Honor!
Current Miami student right here! Happy for whoever wins, although I'm leaning towards the Redhawks. This is our sport here! We don't offer much for football and basketball, so I'm going to enjoy hockey season as much as possible.
Mark May thought Ohio State was overrated when he and his beloved Pitt Panthers lost 72-0 to The Ohio State University.
No question that Johnston was a difference maker against Wisconsin. Can't wait to have him for three more seasons!
Clay Travis' fault.
The play at 2:38 is unreal.
Can't tell you why, but I have always felt like Bell will end up being a 1st round NFL pick ever since I first saw his film over a year ago. Think he will be an absolute ballhawk in the secondary. Loves to lay the lumber too!
So basically, I have no clue about this still. Video quality isn't great. I'll trust Urban's judgment.
Wonder who commits tomorrow. Lol. Have to think a guy like Chad Mavety or Curtis Samuel is next.
I will be ecstatic if we can land Chad Mavety and/or Damian Prince on top of Marcelys Jones, Jamarco Jones, Kyle Trout and Demetrius Knox. Love our chances at landing Mavety, but I think landing Prince will be tough. Seems like Florida State and Maryland are legit contenders to get his commitment. Then again, Urban is super clutch at closing strong, and Prince sounds like a late decision. Ohio State could be a dark horse at landing Prince. We will see!
Congrats, Meechy77! You will love donning scarlet and gray. Go Bucks!
I think he's a "Plan B" or "Plan C" kind of guy that we'' take a commitment from if a disaster happens with the other 2014 WRs. Still think we'd easily take Samuel (well, yeah) and Noah Brown before Berrios.
And Noah Brown, a perfect outside WR. Forgot to add him.
People are forgetting the older guys like Philly Brown, Devin Smith, Evan Spencer, Chris Fields, Michael Thomas, etc. We'll be LOADED at WR.
Isn't Berrios really small? That's concerning. Congrats to the kid on his offer, but I don't think there is room. Still have guys like Curtis Samuel, Trevion Thompson and Johnnie Dixon who are in the mix.
I think Berrios is a guy we'd recruit a lot harder if we had room in the class.
Can't stand Duke... They're up there with TTUN when it comes to basketball.