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JackIsWayBetterThanTiger


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Comment 16 Jul 2019

If Ransom commits to the Buckeyes as expected, our Buckeyes will temporarily move into second place of the 247 composite Team Rankings with 288.74 total team points. Bama will doubtless pass OSU in the end, but at least the average rating per recruit for the Bucks will likely be well North of 92.0 in the end, which is a Killer class.

Comment 12 Jul 2019

Michael Thomas was there with him. Now they are both millionaires (with Michael considerably higher than Cardale on that score).

Comment 11 Jul 2019

I do not know the metrics that 247 sports employs to establish their 2020 Coach recruiter rankings, but the 5 commits Hafley secured has put him 3rd Nationally among all recruiters, and Hartline is naturally ahead of him in 2nd place:

https://247sports.com/Season/2020-Football/CompositeCoachRankings/ 

One of his recruits, however, will play on Offense, while another is listed as an Athlete who could play Offense or Defense.

Comment 03 Jul 2019

You want to be more like Clemson?

2014 average rating 0.8869 16th nationally

2015 0.8912 avg. rating 9th nationally

2016 0.9030 avg. 11th nationally

2017 0.9210 16th nationally

2018 0.9345 7th nationally

2019 0.8976 10th nationally

Given what's on the Bucks board, it is highly unlikely that OSU will go South from the current avg. rating, but even if Day does go a bit South, he would be more "like Clemson", right? 

Comment 03 Jul 2019

Some three star Debbie Downer picks in recent years:

Malik Hooker 0.8858 rating 360 overall ranking in 2014 

Darron Lee  0.8595 rating 636 overall ranking in 2013

Michael Thomas 0.8477 rating 765 overall ranking in 2011

Trust in the Coaches. The current .9233 overall team rating would rank 4th in the last 10 years of OSU teams. In only 1 year from 2011 (when Urban took over) to 2016 was Urban's class ranked higher than Day's current class. There are several crystal balls on the board for OSU that will almost certainly raise the overall team rating over the current score. Next year's class is off to a Roaring start. Relax, and Enjoy ... unless you are a MeatChicken fan. Then suffer.

Comment 24 Mar 2019

Nov 26, 2013 - The NCAA's "show cause" sanction essentially kept Sampson out of college basketball.

Nov 25, 2008 - Sampson receives NCAA's harshest penalty. ... Kelvin Sampson resigned as Indiana coach last February amid a burgeoning scandal over NCAA recruiting violations involving improper telephone calls. ... Sampson was still on NCAA-imposed probation as Indiana's coach