I don’t think so. It took two to untie the shoe and I think our first string equipment manager could do that solo.
If we only have 38 yards of offense, we probably won’t score much, but at least we held them to 13 total...
Wait, is that what you meant?
I think he is referring to different games there, three different ones in fact.
No yelling on the bus!
Saint George Utah? Small world, didn’t think any other 11Ws were here in STG too.
Never notice screen names really as I don’t comment much, just read and move on, but since it was the first comment it caught my attention.
Big BOOM as Ohio has a VERY talented class next year and we are locking up the top.
Yes there are, such as the Maxwell for best QB, so the Heisman shouldn’t be a de facto “best QB on a high ranked team” award like it has become. It should be the best player, as it states.
I read that quote as appeasing the powers that be. Maybe I am reading into it too much, but he has never said The Game has defined a season before (to my knowledge- as a coach at least). Now he’s kind of changing his tune by saying it with the caveat that all of them are important too. Seems to me like some are getting restless up North and want their “savior” coach to start beating their rival... here’s to that not happening in the next seven years so we can tie up this damn overall record.
Honest question, was Brady really one of your favorites when he was in college, or just as a pro. I have a friend that is a Michigan fan and I have posed the same question to him.
Did you think he was that great when he was “your player” or just because of what he has become (the GOAT)?
And for the record, your list is disgusting.
I doubt that he picks the Buckeyes, but if he did and they flip Ricks, it would be pretty incredible. Then using the four others in the article that they are supposed to be in the lead for, the Bucks would finish this class with six more commits and Kourt Williams would be the “dud” of the bunch since he is ranked all the way down as the 169th best player in the country. Insane!
You’re saying the guy with the username “joedidntknow” isn’t a go to for accurate information. I’m shocked!
I agree with it having some positives. For background, I have no FaceBook, Instagram, Snapchat, or any other social media, but I do use Twitter for educational discussions (this is why hashtags are good). It is a great way to get information/ideas from others when they have live #edchats. As far as sending information, I have retweeted about a dozen times total since 2009 so I really don’t use it to express any ideas or my opinion, but it can have its value.
I had never worn anything other than my OSU clothing (which admittedly I have way too much of) until my son committed to play baseball at Cal Poly SLO next year. It was weird to have another school’s clothes on, even a good friend of mine said it was strange seeing me in green and gold at his signing day event.
I have to say, that’s the only way my brain could ever comprehend wearing something other than OSU.
Only because he found the Triforce.
Sees the Hurry Up posted, thinks, “Did I just skip a whole day and sleep until 6:50 pm?”
Pizza Rock down by Fremont and Lotus of Siam (great Thai) are some go to places when we venture down to Vegas.
I live in St. George (you’ll pass through it on your way to Zion). If you are eating up there I would suggest Oscar’s or Switchback Grill. If you want to eat here on the way back to Vegas, I’d suggest Benja’s (Thai food) or Capelleti’s.
This is my hope/thought as well. As another poster eluded to, you have tiers. We have two top tier OL guys, I know we would love get five-six top guys, but that might not help the depth issue if they all feel they should be playing right away and some hit the portal year two... taking guys that are “projects” also may help knowing redshirts and some development push them down at least a year below being “ready” as some of the higher rated guys are/think they are.
I am not rushing to a conclusion on Day’s long-term recruiting strategy after one year, but I think it’s safe to say even he knows his name doesn’t open every door in America like a certain previous coaches did...
If overtime moved back 10 yards every period (25 for the first, 35 for the second, 45 and so on) then after the first a FG isn’t a guarantee and for the third you need yards to be in FG range for almost all kickers.
It would keep those multiple overtime games that have two or three FGs from each team.
He’s not going to qualify at any of those schools if he can’t correctly do alphabetical order.
(I don’t feel I need a “/s”, but you never know sometimes!)
Good sarcasm shouldn’t go over your head.
His quote is exactly why he was never going to beat Urban and won’t beat OSU consistently. He actually said, “if we won this, it would have been great”. Like winning the Peach Bowl against an overrated Florida team would have made it a great year (even with losses to ND and OSU)
Does anyone think Urban would have said it was a “great season” if we had lost to them? Hopefully Day keeps the same mentality.
I won’t be there that early, sorry! Not going to get in until close to 8:00. Hope you find someone to use them.
I would be interested, but don’t want you to be out anything. What did you pay for them so I could help you out?