The Commander in Chief's trophy is actually awarded to the winner of the series between all 3 of the service academies, not just Army and Navy. Air Force is the reigning champ since they beat both Army and Navy in 2016.
As long as the goal is to compete for championships then by all means recruit nationally and the top talent in state. Let the rest of the talented state go to the smaller schools where they can shine as well.
Details about what’s next for me will be coming down the pike, and I hope you’ll find me and support me in the future as well.
So are you taking you talents to South Beach?
In all seriousness, thanks for everything! Good Luck sir!
Is Urban Meyer available, I heard he's pretty good at motivating teams.
Best worst times of a young man's life.
I was 21 when I went to Afghanistan, I don't remember the 4 months preceding it because I turned 21, got my orders, and left 4 months later after lots of booze and strippers.
That is true. I also forgot Nascar and all actual good forms of racing such as WeatherTech Sportscar Championship, 24 hours of Le Mans, and Futbol.
To those on the "screw ESPN" bandwagon: ever wonder why there is an annual grand total of about six minutes of NHL coverage on the network per year? It's because the NHL took your attitude and thought they could do better.
What about baseball? ESPN has 1 baseball game a week and most teams rights are broadcast on a Fox network. ESPN still shows hours of coverage and has a nightly show dedicated to it. Why hasn't that approach hurt baseball?
Hove, with all the negative going around today I see this as the good laugh I'm used to on this great site of the interwebs.
I agree, but when it comes to recruiting battles I think Rutgers has a few years before they are holding off OSU
HTown Takeover now the Jersey Strong, these former OSU assistants may have learned a thing or two from ole UFM. Good for them!
Basically this is going to shoot Fox over ESPN in Sports TV. Fox has lots of baseball, NFL, Pac-12, (Big12?), and most of the talent from ESPN. I don't see a problem with ESPN not being a network of the B1G. The CFB Playoff will still be on ESPN and most of the bowl games, but it will not hinder OSU or any B1G school being in those games. So it's a win for the B1G and it's schools getting a larger revenue package from the TV deal, to me it seems like a B1G win for Jim Delaney.
or Wide Reciever
This one is more of the Eddie George of hybrids.
Good to see such an awesome man and player honored by the University who he played so hard for.
Why are these All Star games featuring those gawd awful Zenith helmets that look like a two year old drew them with a crayon?
I think with naming the few captains they already have is starting to establish that same type of leadership and will work out in the end.
Good luck Mike and to all of the guys moving on to the next level.
I would agree. I just think at this point, he needs to grow more. With the reps he will get in the spring and fall. Hubbard and Lewis will be an awesome duo at end next season.
1. Joey Bosa did spoil fans.
2. Ohio State's depleted defensive line did not control the interior LOS as much after Bosa left mostly because the guys were not typical starters; therefore putting the emphasis on the two DE's Lewis and Hubbard. So Hubbard did not look as though he was as good as Bosa when in fact he may not be, but he is adequate in the position given his limited experience at DE. He was a Safety in HS.
Got to beat Rutgers, then worry about the next guy before all of these hypothetical situations.
Do these people watch the game on TV? I don't know what the internet is during a game unless I'm looking at my Ipad for stats on the ESPN app.