P.S. Him and his brother are both awesome athletes and didn't for my previous comment to knock one or the other if it did. They both may start at WVU at some point, They are built perfectly for LB and are athletic as hell. However, from watching both of them play a couple years in the Valley one has the killer instinct and the other lacks it. Don't think that is something that can be taught....
You are absolutely correct. Marietta offers one of the best petroleum engineering programs in the country. However, this kid has dreams of making it to the league. He won't get there from Marietta. I've seen this kid play in first person several times. I think he will be All B12 a year or two out. I think he is twice the player his brother is and his brother had a full ride to TTUN. His older brother may start this year at WVU...
What about the two golds he actually won on his own???
LOL, your comment made me chuckle tho...
I disagree with you. Is he worthy of a head coaching job? Yes, he could have had one 15 years ago. He left PSU because he gave his time there and should have been the next guy up. He wasn't going to stay and be second fiddle to someone he felt he should have been hired ahead of (very few of us would). I just think he has it made here and he's making more than he's ever made before. He has one position to worry about and he is one of the best, if not the best, at it. At his age, I would stay where he is until it's time to ride off. If he gets a power 5 offer he'll go, anything else, he'll stay home.
A walk on running back losing his stripe before some 4* and 5* athletes. I think he'll be your next Berger or Fada (sic?) look for this guy to make some special team plays down the road...
Am I the only one who could see Johnson, Fickell, and Coombs staying around OSU for many years to come?
More than likely got the scholarship earlier than expected due to one being opened up last Monday with the Dunn issue??
I was down on the field for this. It was surreal and a great time. Got pictures with Boren and Heurman afterwards.
I had to be close as well. I stayed in the stands while a bunch of lady friends stormed the field. Ended up walking them back in single file line with hands on each other's shoulder from the stadium to about 100 yards up Woodruff. They got blasted.
You have UH beating Oklahoma in week 1 of the season?
TTUN clearly cant just name their coach. They wanted Miles when they hired Rodriguez and Hoke and he wouldn't budge.
Thanks for all of your input. I already have my season tickets, but usually get the presale information to get additional tickets. Guess I didn't know about all of the changed procedures.
Couldn't get that one to work for me. Just saying it stinks I've had it for the early sale for 5 or 6 years and always buy tickets so don't know why I wouldn't get it this year.
5* Tyjon Lindsey
Speak softly and carry a big stick!!!
There are 100s of reasons to love Meyer when it comes to on the field things, but as an educator, this is the reason I love him and his staff running our program. Things like real life Wednesday and this job fair allow great guys like Burger, Fada, Collier, etc. to make great connections and be given the opportunity at great jobs right after college. Meyer gets it this time around...
I also thought of Hubbard and Lewis because this team will only go as far as our DL allows us to go. It will be the weakness of the team this upcoming year. I think both are ready to have a big impact and play nearly every down. However, I am worried that our DT play may not be up to par to start the season. Hope they can get comfortable quickly and be ready for week 3 in Oklahoma.
Really??? What have the Cowboys won since 1995?
I don't believe I ever said it makes it less dumb. While you can say that, most people can not.
.14 varies for every single individual dependent on various things
GUARANTEE half the people on here bashing him, have had 3 or 4 beers at dinner or a friends house and drove home. Don't throw stones if you live in a glass house people. Fortunately, no one was injured, and hopefully he won't repeat this.