They'd better be great now because their 2020 recruiting class was rated #55 in the nation and #10 in the PAC-12. Their 2017 and 2018 recruiting classes were both #4 and then fell to #19 in 2019.
Even better is Colley's Conference rankings:
1. Big 10 33-8
2. Big 12 24-6
3. American 33-13
4. SEC 34-13
5. Pac-12 24-11
6. ACC 31-14
7. MWC 29-18
8. S Belt 22-18
9. Ind FBS 19-30
How about the Colley Ratings?
1. Ohio St 0.972976 9-0 0.578082: 16 2 4 W: #7 Cincinnati
2. LSU 0.970771 9-0 0.575386: 20 4 5 W: #12 Alabama
3. Minnesota 0.889760 9-0 0.476374: 95 1 1 W: #5 Penn St
4. Clemson 0.888429 10-0 0.466115: 99 0 3 W: #38 Texas A&M
5. Penn St 0.871493 8-1 0.565158: 25 1 3 W: #19 Michigan
6. Baylor 0.854959 9-0 0.433839: 118 0 3 W: #29 Kansas St
7. Cincinnati 0.843882 8-1 0.531411: 48 0 2 W: #34 UCF
8. Oregon 0.842977 8-1 0.530305: 49 0 2 W: #28 USC
9. SMU 0.831825 9-1 0.498189: 76 0 1 W: #39 Temple
10. Memphis 0.827731 8-1 0.511671: 60 2 3 W: #9 SMU
I think he’s referring to the fact we play Maryland next - not Rutgers as stated in the article.
Can't get them all - where would you put them? Kudos to him for turning it around.
Wow - knowledgeable about college football, intelligent, well-spoken and ... very, very easy on the eyes. (I'll let you guess who I am talking about)
He couldn't have gotten cut at a better time - there are a ton of QB injuries. Darnold, Brees, Roethlisberger, Siemian, Foles - even Cam Newton is hobbled. I hope he gets a chance to be on an actual roster somewhere.
JT Barrett also waived by the Seahawks. Wow - Pryor, Braxton, JT, Cardale all cut on the same day.
Just noticed the Texans cuts weren't on that link. Added Dixon and Sprinkle to the cuts list.
Wouldn’t you think the best players on offense would want to win play for an offensive genius like Harrbaugh? (/sarcasm)
"Matt Vrabel" aka Piqua's own Matt Finkes!
Watching those breakdowns makes me (re)realize how much faster our linebackers need to play this season.
If my math (finger counting) is right, this will be Pryor’s 8th year of NFL service. At one point, ten years was the benchmark to max out your NFL pension (not sure if that’s still the case). No matter your opinion of him, you have to give him credit for hanging on so long. A lot of people, including me, would have never predicted 8 years for him when he left Ohio State.
When Yurcich was hired the first thing I noticed looking at video of his offense was they utilize a fullback/TE-hybrid. I wonder if the new normal will be to have a guy or two like that on the roster?
Does he qualify for a sixth-year medical? Is 2019 his last shot or will he get another shot? Anyone know?
You're quick research supports many, many that have been done over the years:
I think EDSBS gets credit for the first definitive study in 2010. You'll even find an old post from me 6 or 7 years ago doing the stats from those days.
It would be amazing if LJ stays, but I would not be surprised if he took this opportunity to announce his retirement.
The safety play has been pretty spotty. Watch the playside safety on this play on the last drive of the game.
For 1 and 2, I think those answers are easily validated by the attorneys on the investigating committee.
For #3, what would they ask Courtney exactly? If it's true that the Powell police notified them, they already knew from the police report what Courtney was alleging. How much investigation is needed or required beyond what the police and prosecutor were already doing?
4) My understanding was that he was "detained" only in the sense that the police typically (or are required to) separate the husband and wife but unless he was arrested there would be no record.
We do, indeed, have to wait this out - I have some faith in the committee. I would assume that 14 days was given as an estimate because they already see they have most of what there is to know.
Yeah I agree. I firmly believe Urban was reacting to the original story that Zach had been arrested for domestic violence in 2015 to which he replied that they looked into it (the alleged domestic violence) and there was nothing (no evidence to back the allegation) - I don't know how someone writes a story like that (that Zach was arrested).
To me, it seems pretty clear.
These questions have probably been asked before but --
Can you be held in violation retroactively for terms added to your contract? Can he be held responsible for the new Title IX reporting clause added to his contract in April apply to all of his previous actions even from years before?
Is the alleged incident even covered by Title IX? My understanding is that Title IX applies to protection for female students -- not for all females connected in any way to a college or university. Is that incorrect?