Nevada says it was only a bruise. No long-term damage....
Fong misses all the time. He basically never misses when the kid has made his decision. He's actually pretty casual with his Crystal Balls IMO
There is a difference between being a good QB and being a good QB to play with. Ohio State has #1. more safety at the QB position. In theory, Egbuka will never play with anyone before their third season, at least that's the plan. If he is, its because a younger player beat out an older 5 star, so I'm sure hell be fine. Also, Ohio State is less willing to go the QB run route. Fields would have way more rushing yards at OU than OSU and the new QBs are all less athletic than Fields. Egbuka is more locked into secure, quality targets at OSU if he is a surefire first rounder. Id argue there are more quality receivers at OSU, but OU is second in WR recruiting and its unlikely that Egbuka goes to one place and gets 11 targets and the other he gets 4 a game. Both have depth, both have good offenses, on-field role should simply come down to how good he is. The differentiator for me is a few things, development, relationships, and team quality. Ohio State more locked into the playoffs than OU is. Ohio State can promise more at WR development. Hartline is cool, young, and incredibly experienced at achieving the goal Egbuka wants to accomplish.
I think if the first positive test was Monday and not Wednesday, we play on Saturday after 3+rounds of clean tests. Our issue was really that we had bad timing and positive tests the day before travel and there was no way to limit further infection with supreme confidence
Burton in via his insta
That'd be 311, OSU with JTT and Emeka alone is 317. Bama adding anyone will be over 311