Did Tate Martell use the coaching change? Seems like this guy had the option and if he would have, might have gotten the waiver. Not disagreeing with his logic, though, as the medical hardship approach seems open and shut.
I totally agree that that's all I need to say I'm glad he didn't come here, but do you actually know that Tressel didn't recruit him because of character risks or did that just coincidentally turn out to be a dodged bullet? I think that's what OP was asking.
Hey, instead of making a minimum of $400,000 in the NFL, here's $10,000 to stay in college.
Whether or not the money was kept probably doesn't matter. It's that it was given and even if it wasn't, that it was requested would be enough to send the media swarming.
Rofl... They're so loud you can't stand near them for long... but go ahead and ignore the photographers parked right in front of it.
I believe the Adrian Peterson score.
Man, is the rest of the conference even trying?
Watching those best case clips had me wishing it was September already. Then I saw those worst case clips and I was like, "Take your time, Buckeyes."
The takes in this thread make my head spin.
He wouldn't be third string, though; he would have been second. And second string is incredibly relevant.
That isn't that many years where the second-string didn't have to step up in important ways. He's still just one play away from coming into the game.
Urban loves OSU more than you do.
Still bummed he's probably gone. Felt really comfortable having both of them on the sidelines, with either of them starting. I happen to buy his story about wanting to be closer to home, at least partially. I don't think it's all about entitlement and not wanting to compete as much as people are saying. He had a solid track to the spot and was in a really good situation at OSU, football-wise. They'll always make those claims and eventually expand it to all "kids these days." That's when I know to stop paying attention lol. Trevon Grimes left to be with his seriously ill dad, IIRC, and people still said that stuff.
This is terrible but I laughed out loud at this. Mostly out of surprise haha.
Thank you for at least competing with Fields before transferring unlike the other midget— (@jkheaux) April 19, 2019
I getting concerned; hadn't heard about anything dumb from the NCAA in a while. This more than makes up for it. This makes what happened to UNC look even more maddening. Still can't believe they got away with that.
It's a bad joke, hardly offensive. Its only offense is being utterly unfunny.
Their food is still too expensive and not that good. Bdubs is the place that makes people say, "Oh yeah, that place. They were good back when they were called BW3."
Were they swept in the first round by those teams? I feel like that could be somewhat significant. Not trying to be a party pooper, though. I'm not a CBJ fan but I'm happy for everyone around here.
Franklin's career is only in the spot it is because of the blocked FG.
1 should have been in a quote.
2 is his opinion.
Longest football pass still belongs to Uncle Rico. Distance recorded: over them there mountains.
The tunnel in the south-east corner of Ohio Stadium served as a de facto red carpet of the stars – or, effectively, the four-stars and five-stars.
And to think, Day didn't even need to bring in Ric Flair.
Side note, Mike Thomas' shirt is awesome.
Can he catch?
I would be shocked if Dobbins is back next year and if he is, I have to assume something terrible will happen to him this season. Let's hope this is his last.
I think if they get embarrassed enough, they might just go with a young guy with potential even if he doesn't have Michigan ties. But that would only be possible if there were a limit to Michigan arrogance.
Yeah, that's definitely worse than even Oregon's worst.