And we made fun of the BBQ at the Big House a few years ago.
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56 - 27 = 8 consecutive
And rightly so
They dont even do wings in _ichigan. Their bbq was probably vegetarian hotdogs and turkey burgers washed down with milk.
Well we surely know there was no chicken!
No washed down with coconut water
MICHIGAN STILL SUCKS
Obviously Ohio BBQ tastes better than *ichigan BBQ.
There’s only so much you can do with roadkill.
I mean, someone shot, cleaned, and cooked the last wolverine in that state up north years ago, and let me tell you - it tasted like the rest of their state - a giant steaming turdburger.
"Cry havoc, and let slip the dogs of war."
Our BBQ wasn't a sleepover at Jimmy's....
Sure. We make fun of everything they do.
You don't have to invent the thing, just do it better than the competition. How to throw a better BBQ for recruits than Michigan: 1. Make sure the coach leaves some food for the kids (Hoke). 2. Make sure the coach keeps his shirt on, doesn't start a spirited game of tag, doesnt climb into a treehouse, dosen't chug milk out the jug, and, most importantly, doesnt try to hit on any of the recruits' teenage sisters.
FNo 2 barbecues are alike, Hoke ate all the devil eggs and hush puppies at theirs
We make fun of everything at the Big House--especially in recent memory.
You Got Barbecue Back There!?!?!?!
I'd like to know what kind of food they had. Maybe we finally got some of that honey fried chicken?
We still don't know what was on the damn menu and who catered it!
OH-IO living BACK IN COLUMBUS after 32 years in the ATL.
I hope that Urban Meyer's new restaurant will serve that BBQ. I will be there for sure.
Buckeye Top Secret! We can’t have other schools copying our success!!
It was Kat's Kraft BBQ & Catering from Lewis Center
Does Kat's Kraft BBQ serve smoked wolverine? I hope these newest BBQ fed recruits acquire a taste for smoking wolverine.
I hope they did not forget to invite Gus Johnson and Denzel Ward.
But they didn't invite me. Hurt my feelings.
That must of been some bar-b-que. Saucy!
You win with people.
MMMM BBQ Ribs and Buckeye Recruits, nothing better
I think the critics should quiet now. Day and his staff are having huge recruiting success.
Kedrick Bingley-Jones looks like he’s ready to hurt someone.
"The only thing necessary for the triumph of evil is for good men to do nothing." - Edmund Burke
"Whatcha doin' with that gun, Leonard?"
I survived Cooper, and I hate Tai Streets.
Gomer Pyle agrees sir, yes sir!
" It's real good whatcha done Anthony, real good ! "
They should let me smoke the Pork Butt for the next BBQ! it'll seal the deal for a few dudes, I'm sure of it!
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This guy does a nice brisket
Whenever I see barbecue on here, I always think of Gus Johnson.
TG Proud Buckeye alumnus.
Wheres the best BBQ in Columbus?
Looking for LJ to pull a late surprise....
Justice delayed is justice denied....#FTP
Taylor - this is an interesting piece. The inference is that the BBQ resulted in Ohio State commitments from highly rated recruits who might have easily gone elsewhere if they hadn't attended.
However, is it just as likely that the highly rated recruits that attended the BBQ already wanted to be at Ohio State, and the event simply gave them an opportunity prior to what may have been an eventuality? I think what's needed is testimony from one or more of the recruits to the effect that the BBQ changed their opinion of Ohio State as a school and team, the character and relationship with the other recruits and current players, etc. This would more definitively indicate that the event swayed them from another choice of school.
Don't get me wrong - the event seemed fun and brought the kids, coaches, and players together to help bond, but I don't know that it was the game-changer (pun intended) in recruiting that the article made it out to be.
Trust me! I'm an Engineer.
There weren't any recruits invited who were completely flipped or swayed from interest in other schools. The recruits that were invited all had good relationships with the staff. This event was intended to lock in those guys, and that's what it did.
"The most important statistic, is the number of wins in a season".........Woody Hayes
Getting the chance to get many recruits on campus in a social setting seems like a great idea to me. I'm sure a lot of thought and effort was put into the event and it will only get better each year. The interaction between recruits and with current players can build bonds and brotherhood that might translate to team chemistry and help on the field down the road.
“Being average means you are as close to the bottom as you are to the top.” John Wooden
Someone check the sauce!
And while you're at it, can I pre-order a case of that stuff for 2021?
Just don't let the let the lab rats down at Alabama or Clemson get a hold of a bottle to figure out the staff's new secret recipe.
It was a huge success but what if they did the Friday night lights would it made any difference just asking. I don't like to judge things on a small sample size as the other event did well too and had more players at the event. I think Day changed it up for a reason and maybe he saw a flaw in FNL. Myself a big believer in casting a big net and maybe a better chance to catch more talent. Tress I always thought never offered enough kids. Either way next year should be interesting to see how the results go with the BQ. Then again if we have a great year they can have bread and water and kids will sign up here.
So is FNL not going to be done anymore?
I say no the bq has taken it's place,
Isn’t FNL part of OSU’s football camp? I don’t see that going away anytime soon.