Strike City in uptown Charlotte. Huge bowling alley/bar with all the traditions - fight song after TDs, Sloopy, We Don't Give a Damn, etc. Sometimes they'll have former players there. Cheap Miller Lite buckets is always nice too.
Gibbs was (allegedly) down to Wake and GT before committing to the Jackets. Wanted him bad for the Deacs, and figured he'd blow up this year. Think he'd be a very solid RB2 with RB1 potential for the Buckeyes.
I assume you guys do this at the beginning of the week, as several these lines have moved a ton. Maryland is now favored by 2, for example.
Unless the home is very new (<5-10 years old) or you know that all major appliances/systems have been replaced, I'd consider buying a home warranty, at least until you get fully comfortable in the home. It's a nice safety net in case something goes wrong.
I was lucky that my realtor gifted me one year free as a "thank you" gift for being a referral to her from a friend. Used it twice that first year for an issue with the shower pressure and fridge.
Speculating, but perhaps it's more of a medical issue that came up suddenly like appendicitis or a hernia than an orthopedic injury?
Didn't Haskins have a poop spring game and draw very little praise from Meyer (even several games in) last year? Methinks Day is just learning from his predecessor. Have any of our WRs been vocal in their praise for Fields?
Pretty sure you can exclude certain types of ads through Google, but could be wrong.
I've said since before we signed him (even as a 3 star) that Dawand Jones is going to be an All American and 1st round draft pick. If he has the right work ethic, I still fully expect this to be the case.
I don't think I'll ever be right about something in recruiting again. Feels like the upside down. But thanks for the update!
All three linebackers who started last season – Malik Harrison (weakside), Tuf Borland (middle) and Pete Werner (strongside) – lined up with the first-team defense.
I would imagine most schools are going to spend a lot of time scouting a kid before extending an offer, even if its noncommittal. I know some schools (Tennessee, cough) throw out hundreds of offers every year, but most seem to be fairly scrupulous with them. The entire act of offering a kid but telling him he can't commit seems like it would rub a lot of recruits, HS coaches, etc the wrong way and burn some bridges, but I guess that's just the world we live in.
Certainly not saying you're wrong by any means, but why would so many power programs extend noncommittal offers? One or two, sure, but why would 10+ programs waste their time offering someone who they consider not to be a take?
Grandma was a die hard OSU fan from Columbus, and watched every game until her passing at 94. She got me hooked pretty young, even as my dad's fandom waned. First game I remember being really invested in was the '97 Rose Bowl vs. ASU.
She had a massive stroke on Christmas Day in 2010, and was in a coma for about a week until she passed. During that time, the only thing I saw that had a noticeable effect on her vital signs was when I played the fight song for her on my cell phone. The doctors actually were pretty shocked by it.
There are literally an endless supply of other explanations.
Wingo.com is a low cost Colombian airline website...
I'm taking this to mean that Bijan himself hasn't changed his mind about OSU, and this is all pointless rumor mongering.
Also, impressive stalking.
So maybe he got some good news that prompted the "big things coming, we're going to challenge for the #1 class" Instagram posts/DMs in the recruiting thread. Hopefully that good news still holds after -9 star Sunday.
Sandstorm at South Carolina is pretty epic. Happened to be at this #4 vs #5 matchup back in the days of Clowney.
That can create quite a bust.
Would you rather lose to TTUN and get in the playoff or win and miss the playoff? We'll say each scenario only has one loss.