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ExCat21
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   Posted: 12/1/2017 3:40:55 PM 
I really hope he does get his degree. That would be the most important thing. And I hope everything I heard today is untrue to be honest.
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   Posted: 12/1/2017 3:42:58 PM 
You are forgetting Culpepper too. Central Florida was in our conference. Randy Moss' best friend in Viking land!
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   Posted: 12/1/2017 3:45:39 PM 
ExCat21 wrote:
You are forgetting Culpepper too. Central Florida was in our conference. Randy Moss' best friend in Viking land!


Culpepper was before UCF joined MACtion for those few years ... He was late 90s

UCF was in MAC in early 2000s

But yes ... he and Moss were a deadly combo!
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   Posted: 12/1/2017 4:10:26 PM 
bshot44 wrote:
ExCat21 wrote:
You are forgetting Culpepper too. Central Florida was in our conference. Randy Moss' best friend in Viking land!


Culpepper was before UCF joined MACtion for those few years ... He was late 90s

UCF was in MAC in early 2000s

But yes ... he and Moss were a deadly combo!


Burrow is the coaches son, why not come here. I think Rourke is pretty darn good. I think Burrow is a little better. Phillip Ely transferred to Toledo from Alabama and was highly rated, but Alabam’s starting qb’s are always bad passers with the exception of A.J. McCarron, who was ok. I think Ohio would be a great opportunity for Burrow to showcase his self. Dare I say, the coaches should be able to recruit their own kids. If he decides to go elsewhere than I wish him well . If a coach doesn’t think his kid can succeed at Ohio, than we probably need a new coach. Bshot 44, I get it, I am your way in and this is pay back for last year. I love your posts, we disagreed once or twice, but I catch your drift.


Nobody despises to lose more than I do. That's got me into trouble over the years, but it also made a man of mediocre ability into a pretty good coach. Woody Hayes

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   Posted: 12/1/2017 4:35:31 PM 
allen wrote:
Burrow is the coaches son, why not come here. .....Dare I say, the coaches should be able to recruit their own kids. If he decides to go elsewhere than I wish him well . If a coach doesn’t think his kid can succeed at Ohio, than we probably need a new coach.


WTF?

You state that Jimmy is an NFL talent - a gun I tell you, a gun - as a coach or father I'm sure his dad feels he could succeed at Ohio. But since he has such talent I'm sure Daddy and you also feel he would succeed at Nebraska or Texas. So why in God's name would he choose Athens over Lincoln or Austin. Makes zero football sense.....assuming he is "all that"

Last Edited: 12/1/2017 4:36:21 PM by cc-cat

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   Posted: 12/1/2017 5:15:39 PM 
cc-cat wrote:
allen wrote:
Burrow is the coaches son, why not come here. .....Dare I say, the coaches should be able to recruit their own kids. If he decides to go elsewhere than I wish him well . If a coach doesn’t think his kid can succeed at Ohio, than we probably need a new coach.


WTF?

You state that Jimmy is an NFL talent - a gun I tell you, a gun - as a coach or father I'm sure his dad feels he could succeed at Ohio. But since he has such talent I'm sure Daddy and you also feel he would succeed at Nebraska or Texas. So why in God's name would he choose Athens over Lincoln or Austin. Makes zero football sense.....assuming he is "all that"


If i coach at Ohio I believe in Ohio. I am all-Ohio and forget everybody else. We are looking to run the table and be great. Texas has stunk for the last decade, heck they lost to a sorry Kansas team that we beat. If I am the coach of Ohio, I am not a hugging another university’s jock strap. We could have ran the table this year.


Nobody despises to lose more than I do. That's got me into trouble over the years, but it also made a man of mediocre ability into a pretty good coach. Woody Hayes

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   Posted: 12/1/2017 6:37:47 PM 
I personally am looking forward to another Joe to lead the Green & White. He is leading the best team in Pennsylvania to another state championship. I like a coaches son who comes with a winning mentality. He's also surrounded by Notre Dame, Penn State and Iowa signees. If I recall there are some reasonably good high school quarterbacks that came out of the state -- Montana, Marino, Namath, Kelly, Unitas -- to name a few.

http://www.readingeagle.com/sports/article/scholastic-foo...

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   Posted: 12/1/2017 7:47:00 PM 
allen wrote:
If i coach at Ohio I believe in Ohio. I am all-Ohio and forget everybody else.


And if I had a coach who put the program above his family I would not want him leading our program. Needs to do what is best for his son. As a point of comparison if jimmy was a math genius and his dad was in the math college I would have little respect if he talked his son out if going to MIT so he could come home to Athens. MIT provides a better path. OSU, Texas, Neb provides him a better path. Ohio, Texas Nebraska have all not won a thing recently. If he brings one if them a conference championship which would be seen as the most valuable to his "stock". Which least valuable? It's ok.... We all know the correct answers.
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   Posted: 12/1/2017 11:37:26 PM 
bshot44 wrote:
ExCat21 wrote:
I just received word today from an insider at OSU that he will be transferring. OSU will be getting a commitment from Matt Baldwin (former 3-star recruit from Colorado State) and awaiting Emory Jones (5-star recruit). Word on the streets is that Burrows will wait to see who becomes Nebraska's head coach with a possibility of going to Texas if Frost is not hired. Doesn't seem like OU is in the running. But you never know. I believe he has one year remaining if he goes D1, two years remaining if he goes D2. My insider was not happy and stated a bunch of others think he is starting material minus hand injury. Haskins has surpassed him and taken his reps.


he'd have two years assuming he graduates from OSU this year.

but more importantly ....

THIS!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

OhioBobcat wrote:


Would you guys please stop!!!! You are showing your severe ignorance of skill and ability. Absolutely nothing against Rourke, just like Haskins beating out Joe is nothing against Joe. But the physical skill set and intangibles are not even close here.

Which leads back to the other arguement, that is, why would he ever come to Ohio at all if he has superior talent. First off, I think he'd be crazy to leave Ohio State for Ohio. If he ever did chose to leave OSU, he'd have opportunities to play at a lot of better programs. Like the Buckeyes or not, he's part of one of the most storied programs in all of college football. They contend for national titles, they play on national tv, they play in front of 100,000 fans at home, they are almost every team's biggest home game when OSU is on the road, they travel in style, etc. So he'd come to Ohio to play for what, a MAC Championship??? Whoopty-f'in-do. To play on ESPN3, to play on Tuesday nights, to play in front of 15,000-20,000 at home and about 4,000-5,000 actual on the road at some places, to play crappy non-conference schedules, and to bus all over the Midwest for road games? I mean come on. He'll challenge for the #1 spot next year at OSU and if he's beat out he's one injury away from behind the starter. At OHIO STATE. So leave OSU for OU based on all of that? No GD way...

But second, I get tired of talking about players from other schools we want to see at Ohio (see the Malik Zaire saga from last year) over the ones who are actually AT Ohio. Rourke is a Bobcat, Burrow is a Buckeye, and I don't give a damn about OSU players. There's millions of other so-called Ohio State fans out there who can do it, so let's them discuss them. I'll talk about Bobcats.


Allen ... name me one QB that has transferred INTO the MAC that has gone on to the NFL?

Roethlisberger
Batch
Leftwich
Pennington
LeFevour
Rush
Dysert
Wenning
Harnish
Lynch
Davis Bros
Edelman
Jacobs
Frye
Harris

All those guys did NOT transfer into the MAC. They were either 3 or 4 year guys at their schools.

http://getsomemaction.com/news/2017/4/26/FB_0426171622.aspx

You DO NOT transfer into the MAC if you're a really good QB ... you go to a big school where you'll get noticed.

So please ... stop acting like Ohio is a destination for star transfers. Especially at a position where we actually have stability for the next couple years. Rourke is more than adequate to play QB in the MAC and run this program. If anything, it's the coaching staff that will hold him back (and everyone else in their path)


THANK YOU!!! Allen has continued to make those type of comparisons and they are invalid arguements. None of his examples were guys who transferred to MAC schools. They were guys who started at MAC schools. Big difference. How does he not understand the difference??? Rourke WILL be 1st Team All-MAC to start 2018, as a junior! Ohio is in outstanding shape at QB for two more years with Rourke as the starter. Period!
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   Posted: 12/1/2017 11:39:09 PM 
Carnac wrote:
I personally am looking forward to another Joe to lead the Green & White. He is leading the best team in Pennsylvania to another state championship. I like a coaches son who comes with a winning mentality. He's also surrounded by Notre Dame, Penn State and Iowa signees. If I recall there are some reasonably good high school quarterbacks that came out of the state -- Montana, Marino, Namath, Kelly, Unitas -- to name a few.

http://www.readingeagle.com/sports/article/scholastic-foo...



I love Mischler.


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   Posted: 12/1/2017 11:58:31 PM 
OhioBobcat wrote:
bshot44 wrote:
ExCat21 wrote:
I just received word today from an insider at OSU that he will be transferring. OSU will be getting a commitment from Matt Baldwin (former 3-star recruit from Colorado State) and awaiting Emory Jones (5-star recruit). Word on the streets is that Burrows will wait to see who becomes Nebraska's head coach with a possibility of going to Texas if Frost is not hired. Doesn't seem like OU is in the running. But you never know. I believe he has one year remaining if he goes D1, two years remaining if he goes D2. My insider was not happy and stated a bunch of others think he is starting material minus hand injury. Haskins has surpassed him and taken his reps.


he'd have two years assuming he graduates from OSU this year.

but more importantly ....

THIS!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

OhioBobcat wrote:


Would you guys please stop!!!! You are showing your severe ignorance of skill and ability. Absolutely nothing against Rourke, just like Haskins beating out Joe is nothing against Joe. But the physical skill set and intangibles are not even close here.

Which leads back to the other arguement, that is, why would he ever come to Ohio at all if he has superior talent. First off, I think he'd be crazy to leave Ohio State for Ohio. If he ever did chose to leave OSU, he'd have opportunities to play at a lot of better programs. Like the Buckeyes or not, he's part of one of the most storied programs in all of college football. They contend for national titles, they play on national tv, they play in front of 100,000 fans at home, they are almost every team's biggest home game when OSU is on the road, they travel in style, etc. So he'd come to Ohio to play for what, a MAC Championship??? Whoopty-f'in-do. To play on ESPN3, to play on Tuesday nights, to play in front of 15,000-20,000 at home and about 4,000-5,000 actual on the road at some places, to play crappy non-conference schedules, and to bus all over the Midwest for road games? I mean come on. He'll challenge for the #1 spot next year at OSU and if he's beat out he's one injury away from behind the starter. At OHIO STATE. So leave OSU for OU based on all of that? No GD way...

But second, I get tired of talking about players from other schools we want to see at Ohio (see the Malik Zaire saga from last year) over the ones who are actually AT Ohio. Rourke is a Bobcat, Burrow is a Buckeye, and I don't give a damn about OSU players. There's millions of other so-called Ohio State fans out there who can do it, so let's them discuss them. I'll talk about Bobcats.


Allen ... name me one QB that has transferred INTO the MAC that has gone on to the NFL?

Roethlisberger
Batch
Leftwich
Pennington
LeFevour
Rush
Dysert
Wenning
Harnish
Lynch
Davis Bros
Edelman
Jacobs
Frye
Harris

All those guys did NOT transfer into the MAC. They were either 3 or 4 year guys at their schools.

http://getsomemaction.com/news/2017/4/26/FB_0426171622.aspx

You DO NOT transfer into the MAC if you're a really good QB ... you go to a big school where you'll get noticed.

So please ... stop acting like Ohio is a destination for star transfers. Especially at a position where we actually have stability for the next couple years. Rourke is more than adequate to play QB in the MAC and run this program. If anything, it's the coaching staff that will hold him back (and everyone else in their path)


THANK YOU!!! Allen has continued to make those type of comparisons and they are invalid arguements. None of his examples were guys who transferred to MAC schools. They were guys who started at MAC schools. Big difference. How does he not understand the difference??? Rourke WILL be 1st Team All-MAC to start 2018, as a junior! Ohio is in outstanding shape at QB for two more years with Rourke as the starter. Period!


They are not invalid. We are in good shape. The question is could we land JB? Is Ohio a good landing spot for JB? I say yes, our offense caters to his skill set. He will get a chance to compete and play. He will also be able to throw the rock. The medi's in all of their fear and awe for other programs will try to censor the question, why not Ohio? Stockholm Syndrome may have played a role in Mr. Belvedere's OSU trip gone wrong. Anyway, if a coaches son does not think that we can coach his son, than what does that have to say about our staff. I love Rourke, Keszei and Mischler. If we don't get JB than that is fine, but to not recruit him is stupid, to not believe that we have a good chance is stupid. To suggest that Texas and Nebraska are better landing places is crazy. Texas and Nebraska have sucked over the last five years. Who's to say that they will get better right away. We had 12 players named to the All-MAC team. JB can help us get great wide receivers. We could conceivably run the table for the next two years. That would probably put JB in the Ohio HOF, (probably won't happen at Nebraska or Texas) and put him a workout away from being a guaranteed draft pick, if he handles his business. Neither Texas nor Nebraska is winning their conference anytime soon.


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   Posted: 12/2/2017 3:51:32 PM 
allen wrote:
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allen wrote:
Burrow is the coaches son, why not come here. .....Dare I say, the coaches should be able to recruit their own kids. If he decides to go elsewhere than I wish him well . If a coach doesn’t think his kid can succeed at Ohio, than we probably need a new coach.


WTF?

You state that Jimmy is an NFL talent - a gun I tell you, a gun - as a coach or father I'm sure his dad feels he could succeed at Ohio. But since he has such talent I'm sure Daddy and you also feel he would succeed at Nebraska or Texas. So why in God's name would he choose Athens over Lincoln or Austin. Makes zero football sense.....assuming he is "all that"


If i coach at Ohio I believe in Ohio. I am all-Ohio and forget everybody else. We are looking to run the table and be great. Texas has stunk for the last decade, heck they lost to a sorry Kansas team that we beat. If I am the coach of Ohio, I am not a hugging another university’s jock strap. We could have ran the table this year.


Ohio could run the table every year with their dreadful schedules ... here's the problem....THEY DON'T!!!

They don't even come close

They fall apart every year.

Our offense is run by a inconsistent buffoon. Would you want to come play for him?!?!

I'd go to ANY B1G or Big XII school (outside of Kansas) before Ohio if I was Burrow.
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   Posted: 12/2/2017 5:03:52 PM 
bshot44 wrote:
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Our offense is run by a inconsistent buffoon. Would you want to come play for him?!?!

I'd go to ANY B1G or Big XII school (outside of Kansas) before Ohio if I was Burrow.


Here in Knoxville, that sounds VERY familiar.
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   Posted: 12/2/2017 7:27:17 PM 
Robert Fox wrote:
bshot44 wrote:
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Our offense is run by a inconsistent buffoon. Would you want to come play for him?!?!

I'd go to ANY B1G or Big XII school (outside of Kansas) before Ohio if I was Burrow.


Here in Knoxville, that sounds VERY familiar.


Heck with transferring, at this rate, Joey Burrow might get hired to coach in Knoxville
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   Posted: 12/3/2017 3:09:50 AM 
cc-cat wrote:
allen wrote:
Burrow is the coaches son, why not come here. .....Dare I say, the coaches should be able to recruit their own kids. If he decides to go elsewhere than I wish him well . If a coach doesn’t think his kid can succeed at Ohio, than we probably need a new coach.


WTF?

You state that Jimmy is an NFL talent - a gun I tell you, a gun - as a coach or father I'm sure his dad feels he could succeed at Ohio. But since he has such talent I'm sure Daddy and you also feel he would succeed at Nebraska or Texas. So why in God's name would he choose Athens over Lincoln or Austin. Makes zero football sense.....assuming he is "all that"


First off both of you are stupid as hell. Jimmy is a coach, not a player. Jimmy is a son, but his eligibility expired years ago. So please.
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   Posted: 12/3/2017 3:11:35 AM 
Carnac wrote:
I personally am looking forward to another Joe to lead the Green & White. He is leading the best team in Pennsylvania to another state championship. I like a coaches son who comes with a winning mentality. He's also surrounded by Notre Dame, Penn State and Iowa signees. If I recall there are some reasonably good high school quarterbacks that came out of the state -- Montana, Marino, Namath, Kelly, Unitas -- to name a few.

http://www.readingeagle.com/sports/article/scholastic-foo...



LMFAO
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   Posted: 12/3/2017 8:09:54 AM 
BillyTheCat wrote:
cc-cat wrote:
allen wrote:
Burrow is the coaches son, why not come here. .....Dare I say, the coaches should be able to recruit their own kids. If he decides to go elsewhere than I wish him well . If a coach doesn’t think his kid can succeed at Ohio, than we probably need a new coach.


WTF?

You state that Jimmy is an NFL talent - a gun I tell you, a gun - as a coach or father I'm sure his dad feels he could succeed at Ohio. But since he has such talent I'm sure Daddy and you also feel he would succeed at Nebraska or Texas. So why in God's name would he choose Athens over Lincoln or Austin. Makes zero football sense.....assuming he is "all that"


First off both of you are stupid as hell. Jimmy is a coach, not a player. Jimmy is a son, but his eligibility expired years ago. So please.


You need to stop talking about people, it is Sunday, so I will hold my tongue. Nebraska got beat by northern Illinois and Lincoln is boring. HIS FATHER is a coach for Ohio, his family is in Athens. Some of his former teammates play for Ohio.


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   Posted: 12/3/2017 11:44:51 AM 
allen wrote:
BillyTheCat wrote:
cc-cat wrote:
allen wrote:
Burrow is the coaches son, why not come here. .....Dare I say, the coaches should be able to recruit their own kids. If he decides to go elsewhere than I wish him well . If a coach doesn’t think his kid can succeed at Ohio, than we probably need a new coach.


WTF?

You state that Jimmy is an NFL talent - a gun I tell you, a gun - as a coach or father I'm sure his dad feels he could succeed at Ohio. But since he has such talent I'm sure Daddy and you also feel he would succeed at Nebraska or Texas. So why in God's name would he choose Athens over Lincoln or Austin. Makes zero football sense.....assuming he is "all that"


First off both of you are stupid as hell. Jimmy is a coach, not a player. Jimmy is a son, but his eligibility expired years ago. So please.


You need to stop talking about people, it is Sunday, so I will hold my tongue. Nebraska got beat by northern Illinois and Lincoln is boring. HIS FATHER is a coach for Ohio, his family is in Athens. Some of his former teammates play for Ohio.


His father, brothers and family did not think Lincoln boring. And he is looking for a path to the NFL, not Thanksgiving dinner.

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   Posted: 12/3/2017 12:54:41 PM 
cc-cat wrote:
allen wrote:
BillyTheCat wrote:
cc-cat wrote:
allen wrote:
Burrow is the coaches son, why not come here. .....Dare I say, the coaches should be able to recruit their own kids. If he decides to go elsewhere than I wish him well . If a coach doesn’t think his kid can succeed at Ohio, than we probably need a new coach.


WTF?

You state that Jimmy is an NFL talent - a gun I tell you, a gun - as a coach or father I'm sure his dad feels he could succeed at Ohio. But since he has such talent I'm sure Daddy and you also feel he would succeed at Nebraska or Texas. So why in God's name would he choose Athens over Lincoln or Austin. Makes zero football sense.....assuming he is "all that"


First off both of you are stupid as hell. Jimmy is a coach, not a player. Jimmy is a son, but his eligibility expired years ago. So please.


You need to stop talking about people, it is Sunday, so I will hold my tongue. Nebraska got beat by northern Illinois and Lincoln is boring. HIS FATHER is a coach for Ohio, his family is in Athens. Some of his former teammates play for Ohio.


His father, brothers and family did not think Lincoln boring. And he is looking for a path to the NFL, not Thanksgiving dinner.


Ohio has sent players to the NFL, his father sent three last year. Why not come home and run the table twice, get some Thanksgiving Dinner and go to the league. If he performs at Ohio, he will have a shot to play in the nfl. Ohio’s offense is perfect for his skill set. He may not come to Ohio, but we definitely need to make an effort here.


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   Posted: 12/3/2017 1:09:43 PM 
Don't doubt we will make an effort - just as I feel we made an effort when he came out of high school. And for the second time he will make the right football decision and choose to either stay at OSU or go to somewhere other than Ohio to hone his skills. We will see. Until he is a Bobcat - I'm done caring.

His situation is no different than on the recruiting board when it say "Ohio Interest" - don't care until they commit.

Last Edited: 12/3/2017 1:10:34 PM by cc-cat

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   Posted: 12/3/2017 7:13:54 PM 
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Don't doubt we will make an effort - just as I feel we made an effort when he came out of high school. And for the second time he will make the right football decision and choose to either stay at OSU or go to somewhere other than Ohio to hone his skills. We will see. Until he is a Bobcat - I'm done caring.

His situation is no different than on the recruiting board when it say "Ohio Interest" - don't care until they commit.


The right football decision is not to stay at OSU or go somewhere in the small thinkers stratosphere. Ithe right football decision is to go to where you can play and lead, Malik Zaire had to find out the hard way, no elite bowl game, no playing time, he is in a sunken place because he went to a so called high place and we were ranked higher than Nebraska texas and Florida before our meltdown.


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   Posted: 12/3/2017 9:25:26 PM 
If Joe is no better than Malik he is not going to sniff the NFL. If he is not good enough to go to Nebraska or Texas and win the job he is not going too sniff the NFL. If that is the case - coming to Athens makes sense. At least he gets to close out his football career where it started and gets to play for his father.
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   Posted: 12/3/2017 11:01:54 PM 
cc-cat wrote:
If Joe is no better than Malik he is not going to sniff the NFL. If he is not good enough to go to Nebraska or Texas and win the job he is not going too sniff the NFL. If that is the case - coming to Athens makes sense. At least he gets to close out his football career where it started and gets to play for his father.


At least he gets to close out his football career where it started and gets to play for his father.
What in the medi?
He can play for his dad at Ohio before going to the NFL. Many 1AA and lower division qb's make the nFL, QB's who were supposedly not good enough for Texas or Nebraska. I am about medi'd out for the day. I hope we never play Texas or nebraska, we will have to submit before the game. I am glad Poling came back for his senior year when he could have been a grad transfer.We could have medi'e him to a bigger conference.


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   Posted: 12/4/2017 12:15:11 AM 
It's time for people to move on - he's not coming to Ohio. Also, he's probably not ever playing meaningful minutes at OSU. And, at the end of the day, it really doesn't matter. I enjoyed watching a good number of his games in high school. He was a fun player to watch...one of the best out of this area ever.

From a recruiting standpoint, it's clear that he prioritized "name brand" over playing time, and that's up to him. It may have cost him an NFL chance, but it's his choice.
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  Message Not Read  RE: JB
   Posted: 12/4/2017 12:33:21 PM 
allen wrote:
cc-cat wrote:
If Joe is no better than Malik he is not going to sniff the NFL. If he is not good enough to go to Nebraska or Texas and win the job he is not going too sniff the NFL. If that is the case - coming to Athens makes sense. At least he gets to close out his football career where it started and gets to play for his father.



What in the medi?
I am about medi'd out for the day.
We could have medi'e him to a bigger conference.


You know you sound like an idiot when you say that, right?

I only say that because I'm trying to be better about not using the word retarded.

Last Edited: 12/4/2017 12:34:00 PM by Deciduous Forest Cat

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