My guess is that the Leigh ship has sailed. From what was written above there is no connection between our recruits and Leigh.
Franklin told him to go down before the goal line so this one is on the kid.
Penn State wins if the RB doesn’t have a brain fart and goes down on the one yard line late in the game instead of scoring the TD.
Crowley seems to have the most potential but he apparently isn’t recovering quickly from his knee injury.
Hopefully the offensive line will start to gel. They need to get a nasty streak.
It will take some time for the OL and defense to gel.
Our passing game is fine but our running game needs work. I think that our new starters need to get a “nasty” attitude towards run blocking.
Teague struggled against all our elite competition because he is a straight line runner. He needs to develop a little wiggle or a cutback move to be more successful against our top competition.
That’s out of 120 players so it isn’t that large of a number.
They probably are working on replacing the “o” and “r” on the computer keyboard from overuse.
Seems like a lifetime ago that Justin Fields was committed to Penn State before flipping to Georgia.
One of the most overlooked, and important, special team players wasn’t mentioned. We had to replace our long snapper this season. Hopefully the transition is seamless.
Don’t understand why you can’t understand. If the governor of Ohio mandates that there will be no football played in Ohio, it wouldn’t matter what Ohio State, the NCAA, or the Big Ten conference says. That is not what happened but it was the point of the discussion.
To try to simplify it: The mandate made by a governor would super cede any mandate made by the NCAA or Big Ten conference. President Johnson could not overrule a mandate made by Dewine.
Dewine can be more lenient than the Big Ten and Ohio State would have to follow Big Ten rules. The discussion you are commenting on was B19 saying that if the state of Ohio had more stringent guidelines than the Big Ten or NCAA that Ohio State could ignore the state of Ohio guidelines and follow the more lenient Big Ten or NCAA guidelines. I commented that Ohio State would have to follow the state guidelines if they were more stringent.
Did the SEC officials give Clemson two more points???
My point is you stated that the NCAA or Big Ten rules superseded state mandates.
Wasn’t his TD against Miami of Ohio???
Removing of the black stripe isn’t being “cleared to play”. It is more of a right of passage.
Slick move by Coach Day to remove both QB’s black stripes the same day...
Although Stroud had his removed first...
The scholarship reduction for next year means nothing since there probably won’t be a cap of 85 scholarships for a couple years. LSU wants similar penalties that we got for tattoos. What a joke.
Ohio State cooperated fully with the investigation...hence the hammer coming down on us. Had we refused to cooperate with the NCAA, we would have received no penalty.
Still doesn’t matter. If the governor of a state puts a restriction on attendance...it doesn’t matter what the NCAA or Big Ten says...
Bucks19...so the NCAA has jurisdiction over any government? Guess again.
I would tend to disagree with that statement. If the governor of Ohio says 12,000... the Big Ten can’t override that. The state overrides the conference.
Hire a lawyer Sotos...your appeal with be granted immediately.