Tavion Thomas and Len Taylor to UC.
Oats signed with Kentucky.
Kentucky sites are prepping for a few extra clicks, already promoting “Kentucky’s huge recruiting win over Ohio State” for Oats. Still haven’t won a bowl game with this coach.
JT is an all time great and Buckeye legend but Urban learned last weekend, that he’s not as good as Urban thinks he is via the committee.
Michigan State loss/Papa Johns pizza game.
He said to himself that he would accept things at face value and not let "must win every game" drive him out of the sport again.
Trying to get JT back to 2014, is like trying to get me back to my high school playing weight.
He will hold many records due to volume, I'm not even sure how that could be debated. That's what all the JT people don't seem to get, most of Meyer's guys don't stick sound to break records because they move onto Sunday's. The ones who stick around a half decade haven't progressed enough to move on.
Qualified as in I was at the Indiana game at the Shoe last year, yes. But hey I'm hoping our new coaches fix his deep ball in year 5 also.
Barrett was a take when Watson went to Clemson. That's just reality on realities terms.
Also, how do we know Burrow or Haskins isn't better, we need to see them play first? Haskins was making NFL precision throws in the spring game, the only time anyone has ever seen him throw.
There's a reason why Urban wanted Deshaun Watson.
JT is a fine QB, a better version of Kenny G. The thing is Urban did what Urban does, recruited players behind him who are better.
Beat Kentucky in Ohio first UC. Then you can take a jab at the champ.
Vince Marrow UK's lead recruiter just got a fat raise, he's the master of going into OH and selling the "you're the 2nd or 3rd option for OSU." He comes on strong when kids are feeling down or uncertain about OSU taking them. Then when he gets them, he sells it as UK beating OSU for recruits.
Saw Meechi in person last year. It's not hyperbole when people say he didn't have a QB. He literally didn't have a guy who could consistently throw a spiral > 20 yards. I would love to see Meechi unleashed.
Blue was pretty upset about the recent article questioning if he's a WR or not at OSU. I think this one is all but over, good luck to him.
I think he commits to UK in the coming weeks.
UK insiders are calling Blue Smith a soft verbal.
So we're gonna lose another football guy to UK because he can walk onto the basketball team? You're telling me OSU doesn't need basketball help, a guy who can play for UK basketball?
Wonder if they would consider Calipari's lead recruiter and long time assistant Kenny Payne?
Waiting patiently for Zeke to net us a star.. I don't get it?
“I will go on the record as saying this: we signed the best player in Ohio. Lynn Bowden is the best player in Ohio. And if you ask probably 30 reporters that cover Ohio football, they’ll all say he’s the best player in Ohio.
Vince Marrow trying to stir the pot, also stated that Bowden turned down OSU.
Can't wait for Coach Fick to start breaking his heart next year.
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In the 2017 class, Springfield's Danny Davis seems to fit that bill. If you're looking for a mega-talented wide receiver prospect, Davis checks all the boxes. He's 6-foot-3, runs well (listed right near 4.5 seconds in the 40-yard dash), he can jump out of the gym, he catches the ball well, he plays against Ohio's top competition, etc. For some reason, though, Davis doesn't seem to elicit the "buzz" that others who match that description do.
Meanwhile 4 star WR Danny Davis, Springfield, is preparing to go to UK...
He's coaching linebackers people.
If we want Urb to stick around another 5-7 years let him surround himself by people he's comfortable with.
JT has reached his peak that's the bottom line. He's a better version of Kenny G, which makes him a very productive game manager.
There's a reason why we won the national championship without him.
JT has reached his peak. He's still an outstanding game manager but he's utilized the TE more than any QB in recent history for a reason. It's the safe play for him.