In partnership with CBSSports.com
Online Now 394
Online now 457 Record: 7264 (3/12/2012)
You have no favorite boards.
The most viewed topics.
The most replied to topics.
The most up-voted topics.
The most down-voted topics.
The most up-voted posters.
The most down-voted posters.
The most followed posters.
cooled on him right after he said he was committed to ND. I tried telling all you Buckeye homers he was far from a . Told posters on this board to be prepared for the excuses you guys would come up with. Hell I even posted a few things on your board. Thanks to everyone that said congrats!
I think you guys still get McNeil. Looks like tOSU staff was on phone with him as soon as Heuerman made announcement. He's already got a date scheduled for visit. You might get lucky with him not knowing what really went on when they dropped him for a few weeks. Only thing you have to worry about now is he blew up with offers in that short time. I'd say 2 TE's is a priority for your staff.
try again. This was the excuse I expected to here.
Lol what excuse did i give? Read a post before you reply to it. I said IF we cooled (meaning the staff not myself) then it was because we ( the staff) thought he was a lock not because we did not want him.
Detroit Lions from Ohio,Your coach from Ohio,Your best players from Ohio without Ohio Where would you be?
Given that we seem to be able to take pretty much whatever we want from Ohio these days, it seems a moot question.
I don't think he was talking about the state.
Imaginery lines do not define a person... there's a reason some great people/players are choosing to leave.
Out of curiosity, I keep seeing Michigan not being able to live without Ohio players... so who would you guys consider to be the most important Ohio born player on Michigan's Sugar Bowl winning team last year?
Fitz Toussaint or Jordan Kovacs. Maybe throw a bone to Koger (notKroger) and include him as well - just cuz we have had nothing at TE besides him.
My pick would be Kovacs too... I like Fitz a lot, but Kovacs has been the backbone of the defense forever it seems like.
247Sports In partnership with CBS Sports