Whichever brand Ed Warriner doesn't use.
Yessir. Just trying to help, but I still caught two DV's. Its a shame that we resort to infighting during such difficult times, my 11W brethren.
OSU plays northwestern October 29th, my guy.
Well, considering that #MultipleSources have said Okudah has been silently committed for months, he could have just gotten pumped (like we all did) after that interception, sent the tweet and was like yoooo, I gotta chill. Delete.
lol, all kidding aside, I can assure you that it was there. I do my best to not play into rumors and certainly not start any myself that couldn't be evidenced in fact.
I also try not to read into the tweets of #teens too much, but a swiftly deleted tweet certainly speaks loudly to me, if that makes sense, coupled with the fact that he's pretty quiet on Twitter. He also has a verified account, which id never be able to attain if I tweeted into my 100th year of life.
For starters, I stayed in a Holiday Inn Express last night.
I don't see it either to be honest, but a notre dame coaching vacancy with a blank check concerns me more than any NFL team.
Does anyone else find this post to be amazing. just take it in
Its also an unfortunate situation for bigger schools. Like look at the Sam Bruce debacle. Imagine if he had signed a letter of intent in June instead of February. We'd be stuck with those behavioral issues.
In this context, we're assuming that a commitment, with the rule change, would also mean signing a letter of intent. Basically take the current situation and assume that when a kid commits, its set in stone. Lets take Landers for example. Under the new rule change, when he committed to West Virginia, that would mean he would sign a letter of intent, not just a verbal commitment, meaning he couldn't be recruited to other programs as he's already signed with one.
However, one could assume that your highly-recruited blue chip players wouldn't sign a letter of intent, they would verbally commit so should a situation change (coach gets fired, over-recruits their position), they could explore their options elsewhere. I don't know if the rule changes would say that a player could verbally commit without signing, but I assume in that event we would see many more silent commits.
Its an unfortunate situation for late-bloomers, because I'm certain that lower-tier schools will demand that they sign a letter of intent.
All kidding aside, very classy way to go about this. Best of luck, young man. I'll be pulling for you wherever you go.
We're honestly worse. Last year we would win a game by 3 touchdowns and we would call for a coordinators head.
Joey Bosa even mentioned how much that contributed to their downfall last season. No matter what the team did, it was never good enough for us.
That said, I'm really enjoying this season and the zero expectations I have for it.
about like this. (I tried for 10 mins to figure out how to embed)
I think we lose Dobbins if we pick up Akers.
We need 30 in this class.
Final call: what time should I try to show up for good seats? I'd like to be in AA deck. Is there much of a line before gates open?
Also, any specific parking recommendos?
Your #WellActually is well deserved! Dammit! No wonder I couldn't find a YouTube example!!!
I was quoted in this piece as saying "It's kinda meh."
but in all actuality, compared to Wisconsin's "Jump Around," (somebody feel free to embed a worthy YouTube example) Quick Cals is wild stairwell piss.
We have one of the largest stadiums (and student sections) in the country. Not only can we match Wisconsin, we can best it.
Another suggestion for improvement fan/stadium atmosphere: we need to really push "Buckeye Bounce." Which is that newish song TBDBITL plays which is supposed to have the stadium chanting "Oohhhh-hiiii-oooohhh." While it does sound very similar to Florida State's chant, it's awesome.
Seven Nation Army needs to go, too. Most of the student body wasn't out of diapers when that was popular.
I guess that's one way to make room for the #Select17
But seriously, that sucks. Not for us, we've got a stable of runningbacks (or guys who can play runningback), but it's sad to see that squandered. What happened?
Some off the most devastatingly attractive women I know play soccer. Several of my female friends play at the collegiate level, and for the sake of good taste, I won't go into specific detail, but the type of training they do (legs, lots of core, an ungodly amount of cardio, squats) looks great on them. Plus they're tough as nails.