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They've got a kick ass Turf Management major.
All I know is that OSU has a good Pharmacy program. I believe they are like 5th or 6th in the nation.
This post was edited by Fblue 15 months ago
OSU has a good pharmacology program...but last I checked Michigan was ranked higher. Could have changed I guess.
OSU is fine academically, but in general, there are very, very few areas where OSU is ranked higher than Michigan. FYI...my wife is a clinical professor at OSU.
I just realized danmas's account picture is that completely accurate, non-generalized, unbiased recruiting sign used by Meyer. Going off that, he's right. OSU has us beat.
I'm not naive enough to think that 99% of football players at either school get to experience much of the academic quality of either institution.
Ah, the typical "you wouldn't understand" response, the first refuge of those with nothing to back up what they say.
Nothing better than when you destroy trolls with intelligence and logic
Except I do know, because I know how to do research.
Cut him some slack, at least he was right, there is no way he could convince me of OSU's academic superiority. But if he's able to form the argument, I would absolutely love to read it. The entertainment from it could possibly salvage what's left of this shitty weekend.
it just sucks because i think that Damon has the highest potential of any defensive back to come from CTech, at least from my memory, he also is the first tall one lol. Really wanted this kid, hopefully we can flip him in the end
Any Michigan fans see Webb play? What are his strengths and weaknesses? THanks!
Meyer is a great recruiter, it's easy to see the appeal, to be honest there's little point in second guessing every guy we are after who instead picks Meyer and OSU. There's also little point in panicking, you win some, you lose some.
I agree. It's hard to project HS players to college. But Green looks very promising.
I' m sure you're right- but to act like OSU is a nubs school that is not well regarded for academics is intellectualy dishonest.
This post was edited by Fatarat 15 months ago
That's a graduate degree.
Strengths - Tall, physical, quick, fluid, athletic, versatile
Weaknesses - Top end speed, under-developed fundamentals, bucknut.
I go to Michigan
Oh, it is a good school. I don't think that Webb's decision was based on academics though. I think he simply liked the football there more.
Baseless arrogance? How many college football programs can boast having one of the top 30 academic programs in the nation, also while having 900 wins?
You literally came over here to say OSU has comparable academics to Michigan and nothing else. So we don't fall back on it, you just happened to bring it up. Now you're trying to flip all of this because you realized you have no argument, so your second resort is our arrogance and recent records against OSU. You seem fairly intelligent, did you dual major in Slavic Languages and Persuasive Writing at OSU?
Because of folks like you who think that everything revolves around that mighty state. So tell me how's the Lebron decision thing going for you ?....
Because it's a university with the purpose of educating the youth of the country. Plus, none of us are actually playing in these games and our payrolls don't rely on the outcome. I'll take a degree and a good-paying job over wins in a sporting event any day.
Michigan - Great academics with good sports
OSU - subpar academics with great sports
Not hard to see why recruits want them more. Remember what Adolphus Washington said about OSU? Their classes are so easy you'd have to be an idiot to fail there, or something along those lines. They are an SEC minded school located in B10 country.
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