OK, so I'm REALLY behind because of some other not-so-fun projects and a full work week, but here's a wallpaper I put together today in some spare time. I'll try to get it re-sized and all soon, however, I was short on time. Per some of my critiques on the last few, I tried something new. This wallpaper is almost exclusively typography driven. It was fun to try to re-create an old-style typography. I hope you like it. As always, constructive criticism and suggestions are welcome!
ASIDE: I know the game is not at home.
EDIT: I made the type larger for old men like me...and added "OF" for those who wondered why it said "Ann Arbor" when the game was in West Lafayette.
Version without the "of" (which I prefer):
Go Blue, beat Purdue!
Per Bill Greene.
Gareon Conley will visit Cincinnati tomorrow. Says he's solid to Michigan but parents want him to take a few Trips Oregon coming in Monday
Sounds like he was having a hell of a night too.
Massillon moving at will on Fitch early. Up 7-0 early. Billy Price being doubled. Gareom Conley needs doubled. Not able to check him
Gareom Conley scores again. Massillon up 21-7. Could be 35-7. Fitch D getting ripped. Conley is a stud Michigan fans.
And Gareon Conley just caught another TD bomb. Not a typo. Massillon pimp handing Fitch. 28-7. And they've left points out there.
Now we have to sit back and see what happens with that commitment. Disappointing because I think Conley is a real player.
Pitt trails 14-0 early in the second quarter, though they're knocking on the door right now.
Utah State takes on BYU at 10:30 Eastern.
7:30 p.m. BTN
The Journey: BIG Football 2012, "What's at stake for Denard Robinson in his senior year?"
(I bet he says accountability and a BIG championship)
EDIT: Replays @ 10:30 p.m.
Per Bill Greene at Scout, Lattimore is a Glenville product (Ginn, home of Willie Henry/Frank Clark) and was ranked 22nd in the country overall in the new 2014 Scout 300. Already holds offers from Ohio State and USC among others.
Scouting Ohio Film (2012):
I was curious how our former highlight-reel RB was doing at Rice... and apparently, Sam McGuffie is Rice's best WR (!!!) and he grew a mustache.
Sam became a slot receiver this year after coming back from a knee injury last year. He prepared for becoming a WR this year by watching YouTube videos of Jerry Rice and Chad Johnson (formerly Ochocinco).
By using McGuffie in the slot, the Owls are counting on his speed - he's arguably the fastest player on the team - to create mismatches. The move also will allow the Owls to get some of their other playmakers on the field at the same time. The timing of the move is also not lost on McGuffie, who said he wants to help end the Owls' three-year bowl drought and showcase his skills for NFL scouts. "There are not many guys that can play each position on offense," McGuffie said. "I feel in my heart that I can do it." [Houston Chronicle]
Through five games this year, Sam has 22 receptions for 303 yards (avg of 13.8 yds) and 5 TD's (including an 88 yard TD reception against Houston last week).
Unofficial NFL draft sites have him listed as the 44th best WR in the country.