Careful you don't choke on your corn flakes when you see Deondre Francois on that list. Whoever put that name out there should be pelted with Florida oranges.
I'm rather surprised that McCaffrey is still there. I figured he would do the portal thing a year ago. Milton looks like he could be decent. Dang it.
I guess they drew the short straw to be North Carolina's whipping boy.
Pretty clever strategy; suspend him during March Madness to keep him off TV, so as not to face any embarrassing questions. Once the tourney's over and the national attention moves on, back to busine$$ as usual.
I've also been up in that roof and have marveled at the view from the towers. I felt an almost physical blow when I saw the first reports and pictures of the fire, and I could hardly bring myself to look at the news as the day progressed. Today's pix bring a little relief that maybe it wasn't as catastrophic as feared yesterday, but I can't imagine that it will every be the same during the rest of my lifetime.
Kevin, the "Big Bird kills Florida man" story was everywhere this weekend. No need to link to a sketchy Brit tabloid (owned by Russians, just sayin') that will probably spam us all for weeks to come. And The Sun.... darned near had to restart my phone to retake control.
is Watson still around? He thought last year was bad....
Looks like Sparty caught a case when he played Oregon the bowl game. Be smarter Sparty.
Karen Holbrook, the Tim Beck of OSU presidents.
Into the belly of the beast!?? (For non-Seattle-ites, this is well known as the local scUM gamewatch venue.)
Good find though. I couldn't find anyplace that opened before 11.
I first heard the term from my parents, who were probably classmates of your father. I had no idea what they were talking about at the time. My child-brain couldn't figure out how in the heck submarines ended up in the Olentangy.
I grew up hearing my mom complain about that for decades. The Armory was her favorite building on campus . I just googled it again, and it does look like it was an interesting building.
Riley might turn out to be all that, but there is also the Mark Helfrich example. He inherited a loaded team, 'produced" a Heisman winner, and had his team playing for a Natty. And then the wheels fell off.
Riley appears to be recruiting at an elite level, so there's no reason to think OK is suddenly going to go off the rails. I just think it is a bit premature to say that he is already an elite coach.
That's some quality camera work by 11W. Much better than the usual fare, with Bill Landis, Austin Ward, or Tim May in the background.
I liked him as a player as well. IMO he was a bright spot on a team that didn't have many, and I looked forward to his continued development. That being said, I'm not sure how I feel about a return to Cbus. I tend to become enamored of the shiny new toys (Diallo) so I will leave it to the folks paid to make those decisions.
Hell no! A b-ball championship would be nice, but it will never define us, as it would at a b-ball school like NC, or michigan. I can't imagine anyone that survived the 90's would make that trade. Ask me again after we've won 30 of 31 against them.
There's a lot to be excited about for next year. It the new guys turn out to be all that we hope they are, it looks like Holtmann should have no problem playing small or big as the situation warrants. What a luxury after this past season.
Early playing time, a loaded QB pipeline, coming off an almost 5000 passing yd. season, and likely to be in the playoff conversation. Top-notch receivers should be lining up to get in this class. Hopefully, they are.
Dang, I remember following his recruitment, and being happy when he chose the good guys. I was looking forward to seeing what he could do this year. Good luck to him wherever he ends up (except, well, you know....)
Six years is nothing. Michigan is going to be crying about The Spot for the rest of the century.
Up until Fields entered the picture and Tathan started tweeting (kids, just don't tweet) I don't recall that we had any occasion to dis the kid. From everything that I recall reading, he did what was asked of him, ran the scout teams, etc. It's too bad that he left the way that he did, but unless he starts flaming the Buckeyes, I'll wish him well. Especially if he beats Clemson.
Can't blame him. I would probably advise Parris, Terry, and Dwayne (unless he wants to put a sub-5 40 out there) to do likewise.
Here's another one; 39 years, and in Ohio no less. Not as much background as the Carrillo story, but it sounds pretty similar. I've never served on a jury, but stories like these sure make you think about the awesome responsibility of the job.