Yeh, I'm not a camp circuit expert, I was just going with the article which said it was an "up and down performance" on the first day.
All the UV's for this comment.
Absolutely LOVE that he bounced back from a so-so Day 1. That speaks just as much to me, if not more, than if he had dominated both days. He got right in the head, didn't wallow in negativity, and did fantastic on Day 2.
Grimes to UNC
I've been saying this for weeks. I would not at all put this past Dabo or Saban types. Might as well get it now, as opposed to late October when you might HAVE to sit half your team during a potential title run.
Talented secondary, yes, but it's going up against one of the top 2 QBs in the country AND the best WR corps in the country.
I truly think that 2019 team might be the best Buckeye team I've seen in my life. It certainly has a case...
I was going to give them a pass, but you just flipped my opinion.
There are fewer days between now and Ohio State's 2027 matchup with Alabama (2,648 days) than there are between now and Ohio State's last loss to Michigan (3,127 days).— Andrew Lind (@AndrewMLind) June 18, 2020
Just a friendly correction: under Wisconsin, second sentence, it calls them the Wolverines. I mean Ohio State beats both of them every year, so I can definitely see crossing them.
You are correct, after my warmup I throw 495 on.
This is kinda where I am. I recently had to sign a waiver for my daughter to resume "socially distanced" soccer practices. It's reasonable for me to be assuming some risk by letting my daughter be around 12 other girls and a coach.
However, if my soccer club (or in this case Ohio State) are negligent in any way and don't also do a good job of following state and health guidelines, they can still be held responsible in some way.
I think he's saying that, since we're about at the point where college athletes can make money anyway, it makes the trading paraphernalia for tattoos in 2010 seem even less egregious. If Penn State can appeal and get wins back for allowing pedophilia to occur, certainly OSU could get wins back for a violation on something that's (soon) not a violation anymore.
LMAO yes that's what I meant.
Well said. Not that even the best of humans aren't capable of mistakes, but Tressel has more integrity than many have in their right thumb.
Sometimes when I wake up in the morning, Mr. McCracken's already there.
I have. It's an uphill battle for sure, but his dad had glowing things to say about Day and this program.
If a visit happens, especially with Coombs, anything can happen.
And the numbers thing I'm not sure about, I think he's likely a take no matter what.
Like another visit?
Ahhhh, the old send a deer out on the road to wreck their car so they have to come back to town trick.
Ryan Day has some Costanza-like tricks up his sleeve.
This sucks for him and I never wish an injury on someone.....but it couldn’t have happened to a “nicer” team.
This one's a 5 star because he can long snap it like 30 yards back to the punter...so if it's a critical situation with the game on the line, even if the punter fumbles the snap, he has time to recover and not lose that game on that very play by giving up a TD off of the fumble. Very smart get by MSU in my opinion.
Could the SEC East possibly be better than the SEC West this year (or very soon), at least in the top third???
100% correct. Gamble was held on a critical 3rd down with a couple minutes left, and I believe he STILL made the catch in bounds anyway. Miami might not get the ball back if we correctly get a first down there.
I've thought the same. They still toss "speed in space" into their comments. Yeh, it's a real novel concept.
I'm looking into coaching basketball at the college or professional level. I plan to get only guys that are excellent shooters who never miss. That's how we'll score points!
That was me, and I hope you're right!