Honestly, that's probably more likely than not. Though I doubt he got through three years in Columbus, too, without being able to drive.
Someone on here told me Herman isn't that great of a recruiter and Texas is a mediocre program.
Then again, Herman told me the weather in Columbus isn't so good.
The over-the-shoulder TD catch he made in the spring game really stood out. Haven't seen a Buckeye receiver locate the ball like that in a couple years.
Sweet Baby Jesus, please protect this man's knee!
Me after reading real, honest-to-god presser notes for the season:
Sounds like Snead really impressed during drills. Between him, Teague, and Gill (ok, more a receiver, but still...), starting to get really excited about this RB class.
A reference to Carman? (They really need to get more specific when talking about 5-stars around here...)
Funny that the thing he's resigning over probably isn't even the worst thing he did while he was there...
Does liking Jim Harbaugh even count as an admission of guilt, these days?
For accuracy's sake, we probably should amend the title of these threads. "2018 CLASS WILL BE AS GREAT AS THE 2017 CLASS."
Hate to say it, but if Carman goes to Clemson instead of Friday Night Lights, I wouldn't be surprised if he loses that fourth star. Would be a tough break, but that's why the BRR is known as the most discerning of the four major recruiting services.
"Haskins to Ruckert" has a nice ring to it.
By the 3rd quarter of the 2015 game, my wife and I moved down to the 5th row at the 50 yard line. That place emptied out really quick.
Planning to go, but I think I'll wait until the prices drop on StubHub. If I remember right, I was able to get lower deck sideline tickets for less in 2015.
Axelrod did a good job with their podcast. I always found it worth the listen.
I stopped way before then, when they decided to lead with "MEN SHOULDN'T WEAR TANK TOPS!!" Seriously, that's the first item on your agenda?
Tried listening, but couldn't stand the hosts.
Geez, the kid looks like Superman. And apparently plays like him too.
JT doesn't need to become Tom Brady for the offense to return to form. If Wilson/Day's coaching helps him and the receivers take it up even just one notch or two (which I do think will happen, from the playcalling alone), we'll have a lethal offense on our hands again.
Please don't tell me Eleven Warriors is "pivoting to video"...
All kidding aside, thanks for all the work, Eric, and best of luck for whatever's next.
On the podcast, Mandel said he knew this was coming since the playoff ended (his contract extended through this week), but what he didn't expect were the staff cuts at ESPN and elsewhere. Made it sound like it's been hard to find a job.
Good luck to the kid. Can't fault a guy for wanting to make mama happy...
Next time Campbell visits, Urban should hand him Hooker and Lattimore's cell numbers and tell him to ask them how much early playing time matters.
I'm sure Coombs' 3-man CB rotation helps on this front, too.