I wish they didn’t have to schedule so far out. I hope both teams are still top 5 teams when they meet.
3) THE ONLY PRIVATE SCHOOL IN THE BIG TEN
technically, isn’t U Of Chicago also in the Big 10?
Just imagine Garrett Wilson with Fleming and Scott. Wow
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“Harvard of the Midwest” is what my wife (an alum) and her Miami friends say. I always remind them that the only people that call them that are themselves, and it’s not a nickname that has ever caught on (or made sense) outside of Oxford.
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indy has this rep as a great place to hold an event. In my one experience, couldn’t be further from the truth. Went to OSU/Sparty game for the B1G championship. Several bars ran out of her PREGAME. Additionally, the downtown area as a whole is vastly overrated in my opinion. Not terrible, nothing great. Would put it below C-Bus, Cleveland, and even the Nati.
Yes they’re dual threat, but we’re they the #1 dual threat
We will be fine. And if things really are looking tight at RB next year, I could easily see the Buckeyes being the top spot for a grad transfer RB with something to prove. Add in Teague hopefully emerging and we will be fine.
It may be, but when I saw the line at Caesar’s (I believe 80-1 at a time) I was really excited to place my bet and home for the best. That said, I wasn’t going until sept, so that kinda sucks
If anyone wants know what I’m guessing riding a motorcycle while snorting meth feels like, go ahead and read the Gold Pants article. Holy sh*t.
It’s skewed on volume of players. So for example, having 4 “4-stars”, and 11 “3-stars” can somehow be considered “better” than 2 “5-stars” and 4 “4-stars”. So it’s very skewed earlier in the recruiting process since obviously teams only have so many schollies each year.
You’re probably right. I was likely looking at overall 5* recruits, which they likely have nice careers, quite a few don’t pan out.
That’s a strong hit ratio if ranked that high, probably better than most schools with how much of a crapshoot as it can be sometimes.
I may be In the minority, but I liked Musberger. It may be because his true heyday coincided with some of OSU’s best seasons of my lifetime, and if he was on the call, it was likely a big game.
I think you need to check your facts. OSU didn’t play Florida in 2007.
Sounds like me when I enrolled... dreamt of playing for OSU, only applied to 1 school, OSU (just need to subtract 10 inches of height and any type of basketball ability). Good for him, I’ll be rooting for him!
Just please go away
What a freaking STUD
While maybe some of us have different perspectives today, for the majority of us, we went to school to get a good job. If St X doesn’t allow early graduation, they’re preventing him from starting that trek.
Baron Browning was a 5 star, and the 11th ranked recruit in the country (per the 247 composite). Id agree the overall performance of the unit has been very disappointing though.
I’ll never understand how someone could not like pizza.
Im no expert, but it seems like from what I read, he’s a bit more of a project with significant upside. I am guessing that it’s a real possibility he doesn’t play meaningful minutes next year while they develop him.
Will oden still be around next year after graduating? That’s gotta be a great guy to learn from.
I don’t think anyone meant it as an attack, but sports wise, the city as a whole does not support OSU as much as Cbus or Cleveland, that cannot be denied. It doesn’t mean you’re not a huge fan, and I’m not challenging your fandom, but it’s much more fragmented (sports wise) in the Nati.
Westgate Superbook released the odds to win the tourney, and OSU came in at 80-1. I think there’s some crazy value there potentially. Adding the 3 freshman and Walker could add some much needed depth to the team. Hopefully a couple of them are ready to contribute right away.
I’m guessing you’re an OSU fan since you’re posting on this site, but coming from an OSU/Clevelander, I think we’d like for the Nati to consider themselves more a part of Ohio, but they seem to align themselves way more with their town (and in some cases Kentucky).