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Comment 05 Jun 2017

Keep hearing this is a coveted job in basketball, but I don't think it will be a huge name at the end of the day. Hope that I am wrong. Either way, whoever it is, they will have the benefit of a two season minimum to get things back on track and should negotiate from that position. This year to run with the group you have, then a recruiting cycle to get some depth back on the team. 

Comment 28 Nov 2016

Would rather bring in their QB coach, David Yost. From Ohio, can recruit as he was OC/recruiting coordinator at Missouri and would be a great addition since he a good track record with QBs over the last number of years. 

Comment 01 Nov 2016

Former Mizzou OC and current Oregon QB coach, David Yost. He is from Ohio, runs the same type of offense and would be an upgrade to QB coach. 

Comment 06 Feb 2015

At this point, just let him go if that is what he wants to do. While this all seems unfortunate, if Stan was the only reason he was coming here then it is probably for the best to resolve the matter now than let it hurt both parties involved. The Cass pipeline appears to have been officially closed.

Comment 29 Dec 2014

Your correct that they would be better options but those options would be very heavy with expectations to win which is why Duke could take some pressure off him to allow final NFL development and the rest would be gravy for him. 

Comment 29 Dec 2014

I am in Durham as well and don't think it would be a stretch if true. Look at the ACC and if Winston leaves FSU this league will be wide open next year. Watson will be coming back from injury, FSU will have a first year QB and no other top shelf starter around the league means getting Braxton could get Duke a potential championship. They are a growing program and a Braxton led year could push them more to the top tier in the league. Duke's O will run but also throw more which could benefit him from a development standpoint for his NFL chances. He can focus on QB play rather than Heisman and Playoffs with JT right behind him if the production is slow. And if your honest, there is no guarantee of an NFL career. Grad school degree from Duke could provide additional options for post football work should they be needed. It could be a win - win for everyone involved. I love Braxton but with JT's progress this year, he is in a difficult position where some difficult decisions may have to be made. I don't necessarily want him to leave OSU but I also don't want JT's progress to be impacted for another season. With each Urban recruiting class coming in, the train cannot stop for a development year at QB, especially with a new coordinator coming in. 

Comment 18 Feb 2014

TV crowd shots: Southern Belles > Men with face paint  

SEC 1, B1G 0.....just saying

Comment 07 Feb 2014

....and I like how Ohio turns red when you mouse over the ELEVEN WARRIORS logo, top left! 

Comment 07 Feb 2014

More hockey...more baseball.....getting...used... to....new.....site.....

Comment 07 Feb 2013

Best of luck to him. No hard feelings and hopefully the same from their side. We have numbers to crunch due to our sanctions and he had offers that could wrap up what can be very a intense and stressful process. From the kids perspecitve, I could imagine that he would want to wrap up the process and move on the next phase of college planning. He should not have to worry about what may or may not happen in another week or two to free up space. He did what he needed to secure his future. Our staff killed it on NSD and I am sure there were tough decisions all around. Who knows if some others that may have wanted to be a part of the class but were turned away. One of those things. Again best of luck at a high end program that is close to home. Let the kid be happy in the outcome. 


Frank E., come on down as your the next punter on the Bucks are Right. With the new WR haul, you may need to branch out. 

Comment 12 Aug 2011

Hmmm, Michigan “maize” really does look like urine……