mesmerism! presidential assassinations! circuses on fire!
Kind of grainy and a bit long, but interesting to see #2 as a lights-out tailback.
Jimmy says he will not punish Glasgow any further. He says the courts hold more over his head than the football program or university ever will.
"The legal system has got as much hanging over his head as anybody else could possibly put on him," Harbaugh said. "There's nothing more than I, or the football program or the university could have on Graham right now than what (the courts) have.
"This is somebody who is taking a breathalyzer every morning and every night. He's got to be clean, 100 percent clean, not a drop of alcohol. And he'll either do it, or he won't. I believe in him, I believe he will. But we'll all know, there will be know secrets on that. Whether he does it or he doesn't, it'll be for public consumption."
After the recent slew of commitments, went to check OSU's class which is currently 8 players. I was aware of Kareem Walker as the #1 RB in the class but somehow Meyer has landed 3 of the country's 4 top rated RBs? I know NC and all but damn dude.
They also have 4 of the top 70 players (per 247 composite) and 7 of their 8 are in the top 200. I know starz is not the end all be all but this looks like a serious Bama like haul already. Will be interesting if they retain all 3 RBs considering - in theory - RBs want to be "the man". Or at least 1 of 2 men.
Also speaks to the inherent advantage of being in Ohio - 2 of the country's top 4 RBs are in state. As is the country's #3 TE.
- Kareem Walker (NJ), #1 RB, #10 Overall
- DeMario McCall (OH), #3 RB, #49 Overall
- George Hill (OH), #4 RB, #63 Overall
- Jake Hausmann (OH), #3 TE, #70 Overall
- Terrell Hall (DC), #9 DE, #154 Overall
- Jonathan Cooper (OH), #10 DE, #165 Overall
- Tyler Gerald (FL), #5 OG, #189 Overall
- Kierre Hawkins (OH), #52 WR, #282 Overall
So yeah...Harbaugh and stuff.
No job is promised. Morris knows this. He wants to embrace it. Harbaugh didn't recruit him, he didn't bring him here. But, ultimately, Morris says it's his job to prove to his coach that he's his quarterback.
"I'm going to compete like it's my job to lose every day," he says. "I'm just going to keep doing that."
Nothing much new, but the article does have several quotes from Morris himself in it.