True, but what about getting their doors blown off by Wisconsin? TTUN has had much better recruiting on paper than them.
Of course Rutgers has a chance, anything is possible in a rivalry game.
User name checks out...
What’s our scholly number/situation?
Excited for the immediate experience and depth we’ll be getting.
How about referring to McCarthy by saying “...despite being ranked second to last Michigan recruit in this class.”
The subtle jabs in this article are great.
Dumb question - it says that if the class was done right now, this class would be the highest ranked average start-rating team in OSU history, but the chart shows 2018 as having an average of .97 compared to the current class rating of .95. What am I missing?
EDIT: Nevermind, the chart is specifically for those signed by sometime in March.
For 30 mil a year
He clearly has NOT discovered the blueprint of keeping your effing mouth shut. TTUN players and coaches run their mouths over and over and over and it never ever pays off.
Yeh, this is the first I've heard of this theory, but I'm pretty damn sure it's hogwash. Studies prolly show that it is.
I think they're making room for a new coach....
Exactly Triv and SeyeckuB. I won't dog on Lawrence too much either, but he does have the benefit of playing against the weak-ass ACC. He did play well against Bama a couple times, but I'm not so convinced Bama has been "Bama" for a few years now.
He's a great kid and clearly has a great competitor's heart, but I'm not at all ready to say he's this elite QB. Joe Burrow showed he was in a different echelon than TL in his closing season.
Need a guy who can really pound it.
The article says it's Achilles.
Donovan Edwards just SOUNDS like a Michigan player name. Hopefully he spurns them for the good guys.
I'll take some of those extra Save The Dates off your hands, Kevin. I can stop by all the venues on that date and crash that wedding!
Also, this new 11W article seems to confirm "before his senior season," AKA summer.
LOL - extra ironic if you look at his username...
Link? Is it on MGo?
But will he throw to the TE (himself)??
Not being a jerk I swear, but isn't Ballard's state OH, not PA? Just a heads-up for the commitment chart up top if I'm correct.
One fine poster on MGo called out his fellow MGo-ers and said they were dumb for throwing stones at MSU, OSU etc... Unfortunately this shit can happen anywhere, and I'm sad that it does.
I hear you and that is possible, but I see a one loss Clemson who's won 12 straight, including a conference championship, having zero chance of getting left out. The narrative won't be how bad their loss was, the narrative will be how they've really come together as a team blah blah blah. They've lost to Syracuse more mid-season and still gotten in the playoffs.
Don't get me wrong, this is good. But this really doesn't change Clemson's path to the playoff at all. They can drop this game very early, win out, and will still be in. Georgia on the other hand, either has to win this game, or essentially be flawless through an SEC schedule that at a minimum has Florida (likely good) and SEC West champ in the SEC championship game.
I'm only counting 5 bowl wins since 1995...Hawaii, Miami, Rutgers, LSU, LSU. They did beat TAMU in 1994.
But I'm totally relying on this source:
ND has SIX total bowl wins since 1995?? Wow.
Ironically, two of those wins are against LSU, who some are making a case for being in the top tier.