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I have to hear this logic. And what about going to Michigan is dumb? Great academic institution, great football tradition. Wonderful university.
It sounds like a smart decision in my mind. He's going to a better university and ne with a greater and more storied football tradition.
Stealing Sparty's recruits and owning them on the field since 1898
I mean that's cool and all if Kalis wants to go to Michigan. But he will regret it when he goes 0-4 and gets whipped by Washington, Spence, Bosa and Co.
Yes, it's Kalis' fathers fault! Or is it really?
Kalis' father looking out for the best interest of his son is a "dumbass" move? The Kalis family had concerns about what was happening in ohio because of the tressel-tattoo -ncaa investigations. Perhaps, if ohio and tressel did not commit wrongdoings and violations, then maybe Kalis' father would not have been a "dumbass" to make sure his son gets a better opportunity in Michigan......think a little, it's not difficult at all.
Ohio sucks everybody knows that
Well that sounds good to me, definitely made the right decision.
3 against 1...i'll still take Kalis
"Those Who Stay...Will be Champions"
Then be prepared to go 0-4
I think you've trolled long enough, this is your warning. You can have respectful conversations, if not, then leave.
Go Blue & Gig Em'!
We have had 7 4/5 star OL recruits over the last year. Yeah, I'm not worried about Ohio's D-Line at all.
What they should be worried about is our stellar D-line haul going against their historically weak OL.
Remember all the trash they were talking when they found out Hoke told a few LBers not to visit because Michigan was basically full at their position?
Thinking about that would just burst their little Urban Meyer bubble.
This is exactly why not locking down your home state talent matters. If you average it out, most years you are better off locking down that talent than having a wandering eye.
This may be one of those years, again.
Nice try, OSU. Better luck next time.
11 National Titles | 42 Conference Titles | 3 Heisman Winners | 78 All-Americans | 37 College Hall of Fame Members
Haha, that would be shocking. McCray going to tOSU? Not shocking at all
Just like Kyle Kalis or Dymonte Thomas going to Ohio wasn't shocking at all.
This post was edited by msucantmakebcs 2 years ago
Just remember, Michigan's recruiting success last year was a direct result of the turmoil osu had and Urban's track record of flipping players had nothing to do with a program in turmoil..... Logic no one can deny.
This post was edited by MichRedWingFan7 2 years ago
Actually it was the other way around, Kalis chose Michigan but his father wanted him to go to OSU BAD.
Neither here nor there but i believe his dad wanted him to explore his options, his step dad was the one all over Cleveland sports radio saying he should go to osu
I love how all you guys think, we think he'll flip based off of one OSU fan. Many of our fans don't understand the offer. Many have stayed the course they've been on. The majority of us don't think he'll flip. If you read that we want him to, it's just to watch your guys reaction.
A few OSU fans have posted on tBB that McCray will flip.
Sure part of it was. It hasn't slowed down in 2013 so I think their turmoil had little to do with it. There's no denying he can flip players, but most of those were recruits wanted to go to Ohio but didn't go because of Tresselgate, or PSU players jumping ship at the end. When McCray comes out with about 5 tweets saying Go Blue, I'm not worried.
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