I’m selling Funko Pops of my picture.
I'm not with the bagman theory on this one. I don't know the kid, I somewhat know of his dad and he seems to be a stellar guy. He just helped run a camp out here to get other local kids (and a few out of staters) exposure to colleges. Again, I'm going to say that Dre Bly sealed the deal here. Local kid who played at UNC and won a SB who is now a coach at UNC.
Follow up: UA is trying to end the Cal and BC deals now: https://www.bostonherald.com/2020/06/30/boston-college-in-discussions-with-under-armour-over-existing-contract/
I’m going to go with the close to home factor and that Dre Bly, who is from the area, was one of his main recruiters.
I’m thinking UNC based on his dad’s re-tweet the other day. We follow each other on twitter and I caught the retweet with the note “Carolina fans might want to pay attention”.
I think he is also a Dre Bly fan/Bly is a friend of the family.
Now, the Clemson commit? I think there is a chance he flips.
Sadly, I’m not so sure about that. I think he is headed to UNC.
This. He played Hack-a-Shaq all night long and was praised for it.
I may go have to catch a Grimes game this season.
I miss the Old Browns, the Chill, and that's probably it.
My wife bought me an Eddie George powder bluer Oilers jersey a couple of years ago, I love that jersey.
Stellar, stellar kid and I wish him nothing but success.
It will be interesting to see when/if they announce the slate. I wonder if the Battle for Atlantis will actually be played this year.
That is awesome!
Lol. That is actually something I wish I had gotten into in HS, any form of martial arts or boxing.
Wait, was this the Kumite?
It has been all downhill since then.
In 2011 I was in San Diego for a Navy school with nothing to do but workout; I cut about 13 minutes of my 1/2 marathon time and won my division.
Agreed, and MAN it was hard to not blame Jent. It wasn't is fault, but I was a Freshman who should've been in 8th grade.
I just have strong memories of both games.
In '95 I was working at City Center and had tickets to the game but didn't go. My boss wouldn't let me off.
In '96, I was in a Navy school in San Diego and my roommate was a buddy from HS that was also an OSU dropout.
Buddy, the WHOLE BASE gave us the business after that game.
I was on leave for the Rose Bowl and watched it on campus instead of staying in SD and driving up.
'95 was Timmy B.
'96 was the Springs slip.
Sun, Mar 29, 1992 NCAA N Michigan (15) Big Ten L 71 75 OT 26 6 L 1 Rupp Arena
I am still bitter and heartbroken over this loss.
This is one, of the many, reasons this community is awesome.
I will say as a Giants fan, I wanted Rivers more than Manning.
Thanks for this; I just had a heart attack watching the re-cap, lol! I remember this game, and boy was it stressful!
Shout out to the twitter mob for not understanding the difference between pledge and waiver. Thank goodness we have lawyers on it advising them not to sign.
Agreed. I don’t read it as a waiver. I read it as a pledge.