As much as the whole Dr. Straus thing is horrific, at this point what are we supposed to do, drag him out of his grave and tar and feather him?
I zoomed in on that twitter image of him holding a Heisman trophy, wondering which player he most identified with (and shocked to think anyone, even a top ranked recruit, could hold one of tOSU’s holiest of holy icons).
But it’s got his name etched onto the bronze plate, not Archie or Troy... which begs the question: did Meyer ever do this?
Because I don’t remember seeing that before; and frankly I think that’s pure genius to have a recruit holding their own personalized Heisman.
If that’s Day’s touch that’s awesome that he came up with this...
Any chance remotely we land both?
It’s a Bentley, not a Bugatti. $250k versus $3M is hardly a comparison.
I’d go for Predator AND Terminators
Why is 21 not allowed by the NFL?
For a chance at Super Bowl ring and for the glory of immortalizing Ohio State forever, I think those high paid skill position players would all take a one year pay cut, especially if they all got to play together once more, with Meyer, Tressel, Vrabel, Coombs, etc.
but you left out one complete aspect; who would be all the coaching positions?
Furthermore, can you guys write up another one like this, but make it include ALL Buckeyes in history (just so we can have Ryan Shazier and Woody Hayes on the same roster)
Can’t, Satan won’t let his minions be taken down
Sad but true. Ask a couple Duke lacrosse players about slander and the impact it has
He may be an animal, but his squat form needs work, that hurt my knees just watching him go down.
Spilled milk. We had one of the greatest coaches in CFB history lead us for the past 7 years, I'm beyond content with what he produced, both with his results and with his players.
I almost wonder if anymore we should recruit a high 4 star or 5 star QB1 every year, and one 3 star or low 4star in every class. Going after a strong QB1 every 2 years might slow this tide of transfer QB's that we're starting to see.
So if we get Jack Miller in 2020, in 2021 we don't shoot the moon for another QB1, but rather pick up a mid-grade QB instead and hold off until 2022.
I keep hearing that the Giants are going to draft Rashaun Gary instead.
I really don't like the Giants in the first place, so if they pick this years lazy version of Vernon Gholston, by all means please do so.
He was probably still baked from what I saw so best hope for an afternoon text
I hope he's getting one of the rare redheads that's not psychotic. You'd think after 9 I would have found at least one that wasn't crazy. Finally gave up and went Chinese and married the first one.
I live in Oregon, if I leave now, I'll get there on Monday.
Looks like a chick with fake lips, or someone eating a hamburger. Maybe it's Rosie O'Donnell?
MAybe his defense can be "I wanted someone to 'hold my beer' and do something stupid, but couldn't find anyone"
Yup. Carmen Jackson spent 98% of his HS career with something like a 94% prediction rate to Ohio State, that ended really well didn't it lol?
IMO the best single role cameo ever had to be Daniel Craig as the storm trooper in The Force Awakens, although the sheer number of cameos in Anchorman 2 in the Anchors Battle is still incredible.
I still can’t believe all the sheer number of big actors who signed up for that, especially Harrison Ford...
The best line by far had to be:
I think it’s a venereal disease.
I'd like to keep them too, but as a fellow classmate of Ryan's at Bexley, I would love to see him become a head coach somewhere.
Is it me or do the jersey's look like Syracuse?
Arguing that Haskins is better than Barrett is like arguing that a truck is better then a sports car, it's a completely silly argument because while they both use the same kind of movement, they're entirely different animals for entirely different applications.
Please, just stop comparing the two okay?
Somewhere, Curt Flood is clapping.
FTR, I support this, college sports are no longer an amateur endeavor, universities are making millions, paying coaches millions, with players basically serving as under-paid players until they get a chance to join the NFL.
This isn't the same sport it was 30 years ago, the old arguments about protecting amateur status no longer apply. I'm sure people will disagree, but I doubt they'd support the position if they were gifted with a multi-million dollar talent and told "sorry, you have to risk injury/buried on the depth chart for a full year because your million dollar scheme matching coach quit, left, was fired, etc."
You wouldn't have to do this in your own job, why should they?
Earle, they have a better chance of visiting Yosemite and finding both the dude dressed up as Yeti in your avatar riding "Khalesi-style" on the Loch Ness monster.
Will there be a staff and a non-staff champion? Seems unfair to pit us losers (non sports writers) against you pro's :D