Got an email from Jarrod Wilson's coach today, Jarrod will be announcing his decision on Friday, July 8th at 2:30pm EST. Announcement will be at his high school.
Press release is below:
On Friday, July 8, 2011 at approximately 2:30 pm with parents, coaches, and teammatespresent, Jarrod Wilson will announce publicly the university he will be attending in 2012.The announcement will be made at John R. Buchtel High School 1040 Copley Road,Akron, Ohio 44320. There will be no further statements prior to the announcement.Members of the media and coaches are welcome to attend. I will also provide, via email,Jarred’s prepared statement immediately after the announcement.Afterwards, he will contact the selected school in order to make future arraignments tovisit. However, currently his primary focus, July through August, will be preparing forhis upcoming football season at John R. Buchtel High School.
By now, we all know about TomVH's "Buckle Up" tweet. For fun, what are everyone's predictions of what that will mean over the next 2-3 days?
To kick it off, my prediction:
1. Kalis commits today.
2. Dunn decommits OSU today and is Blue by Sunday.
3. Wilson today or tomorrow.
4. The next Hello: _____ post garners over 200 responses.
That's my prediction. Anyone else? And, of course, joke predictions, pictures of cats and the like are both welcome and expected . . .
I enjoy Rittenberg's writing and I read nearly all of them. Today's piece was ranking the Big Ten Offensive Lines, and he gave Michigan a respectable 4th in the league.
But I enjoyed this part: "The line did an excellent job of protecting Denard Robinson in 2010, allowing a league-low 11 sacks."
While they did do a fine job, and while I certainly mean no disrespect towards our O-line, I just chuckle at the notion that it had less to do with Denard's dilithium feet than the achievements of our relatively young line. If we had a statue like Kirk Cousins under center, there likely would have been more sacks.
That is all - enjoy your Fridays.
I thought this was an interesting comment from an tOSU trustee and probably won't be well received in Columbus. I also think it doesn't reflect well upon their recently departed coach.
"Ohio State's football scandal exposed cracks in values, not rules and procedures, a university trustee said Friday."