You do know that it's not just Nike that designs these, right? It's a collaboration between the football program and the apparel company. So the wolf theme falls more so on Ohio State than anything.
Local news guy probably doesn’t know that, to be honest.
Have you ever read any of my recent articles talking about kids from Tennessee? In case you haven’t, there have been plenty. And in almost every one of them, I’ve referrenced Meyer identifying talent-rich states with subpar programs and attacking. That is much more of his style than going into a state with one talented kid every five years. But please, continue...
I think it's fair to say you simply overanalyzed what I said.
...and the point remains even if it says "like." It's not his typical target area, thus the word "rarely."
I can confirm he was there. He has a friend who plays for Arkansas, and he just wanted to see him play in that atmosphere. Little more to it than that.
They're not at all alike.
A whopping ONE percent of all prospects Ohio State has signed under Meyer have come from Massachusetts. That was the entire point. (And it rises to a humongous SIX percent if you include all the states you listed). But thanks for taking the time to comment.
Nope. I talked with him after he decommitted. Minnesota (and Washington State) recruiting him really hard right now.
Yessir. Neither of them have set a date, but they're both trying to get out to the Penn State game. Distance is a factor given they play the night before, so it could very well be an after-season official, too.