May #25 now and forever be known as the Champions in Life spot. Sorta like the last pick in the NFL draft being the Mr. Irrelevant.
Well, honesty is refreshing. So yeah, that would work.
Honey Buns are like Lays Chips - bet you can't eat just one!
Know what I'm sayin' DJ? :)
Most of which haven't played a game overseas in more than 20-25 seasons.
They did do a number on USC's football program, so there's hope.
The overwhelming majority of teams on this list are small potato programs. That tells you all you need to know. Pass on this idea, leave the gimmicks to Wacky Jim who needs the help in recruiting.
He was projected to be a top 5 pick before his injury in the Fiesta Bowl.
When he spoke to the media on Thursday, Victor mentioned no less than seven times that he felt confused and frustrated trying make sense of the offense in practice.
Don't feel bad, Bin. I was confused and frustrated trying to make sense of the offense during games last year.
LOL, there's a reason why Nick Saban and Kirby Smart sat down and talked with Tom Herman after the 2014 season and it wasn't to figure out how to get players to forget about the NFL draft during the CFP. Nor was it so they could learn to run the spread option with Coker.
His team got punched in the face by a better team. Saban should have sacked up and said as much. Urban would have. Instead, he trotted out a sorry excuse.
Does the template include "pray like hell you get a couple blocked kicks" too?
What about some of the DT options still on the board like Tommy Togiai?
Only three other schools have current players on their roster from their national championship seasons and one of them would only include fifth year players. So all things considered, the Buckeyes still check off those boxes.
Where's John L. Smith on this list??? Pay off his Discover card and he'll take the job for peanuts.
Go back and look at his comments. O'Brien had no clue the NCAA was dropping the hammer on Penn State.
Billy Price took over Pat Elflein's old position at LG last season. Michael Jordan played RG beside Prince.
Too bad he didn't navigate the 2013 B1G championship game like a boss. The Buckeyes would have had a shot at the national title that season, too.
"When I came down here and signed J.T. Barrett and Dontre Wilson and Demetrius Knox and Mike Mitchell, I think that was a little bit different than what had been done in the past here in the state of Texas."
Then there's this little tidbit.
A research conference with many members having 80K to 100K+ capacity football stadiums and seating for 20K+ in their basketball arenas. Athletics are very high profile to them, otherwise those facilities would not exist. It's been almost 100 years since the B1G has been what Delany has threatened to take it back to being. Sorry, the horse is already out of the barn.
Walkons already have access to the training table.
B1G won't drop to division 2 or 3 no matter what Delany says. Otherwise, kiss goodbye to his network and TV deals.
Just think, we Clemsoned against Clemson.
Bam Childress agrees with you wholeheartedly.
The irony here is that the reason why it is a shithole of an organization is because it drafts players like Peppers.