...says Denzel Valentine of Big Ten Tourney favorite MSU, which is 5-7 in its last 12 games. Cumong, man.
If you ever wondered what Mork Dan7onio, the doppleganger for the esteemed MSU football coach, is up to, just check him out
Rivals released it's list today of 58 recruits that didn't make the Rivals 250 but were still awarded a 4* ranking. I thought there was no way Wormley would be left off this list but he was. Pharaoh Brown did receive a 4* ranking however as did Jarrod Wilson, safety prospect from Akron Buchtel that M is recruiting.
Has anyone else heard back from the Alumni Assoc regarding the ticket packages that they were offering? The one where the form was due a few weeks back, and a long line ensued outside the Alumni Assoc building?
Is Ron Thompson still announcing today? I know that he had prevously said that today was the day, but then seemed to back off a little bit. Also, I'm assuming that Matt Godin's announcement is still scheduled for tomorrow.
Would be awesome to follow-up Shane Morris with these two!
Just thought that this was interesting late night reading. Another take on us from that other school's point of view. Sorry if it was already posted. http://ohiostate.247sports.com/Article/The-Perfect-Storm-25159.
Mark Emmert wants to start hitting NCAA rule-breakers hard.
The governing body's president said Tuesday he wants schools that violate the rules to pay a stiff penalty -- one that's punitive enough to make coaches and others think twice about cheating.
"We need to make sure our penalty structure and enforcement process imposes a thoughtful level of concern, and that the cost of violating the rules costs more than not violating them," Emmert said.
He also said that he is committing more resources to investigations.
Given the timing of this announcement, and the fact that OSU is the main school in the NCAA's crosshairs right now, this could be a signal for a monster hammer coming down in Ohio.