That's a great reply haha
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That's a great reply haha
Simple link will do regarding bleacher report.
A) a better question is why NOT.
B) Because Bleacher Report is on par with the Washtenaw Watchdog and rcmb.
I guess always ask why not? And I hate bleacher report, just wondering if there was some kind of media blackballing going on, not unlike reddit/gawker
I hope he can play this year. You can never have too many running backs.
has Tate Forcier cleaned up his grades so he can start next week?
but it looks like DG will get that receiver redshirt he applied for. Here's to being led by a 6th year senior next year!
Some really funny material that had me smiling.
Zero instances of spell checker or grahamer checker.
Only 1 instance where the thread got hijacked.
Doesn't really matter at this point. He's behind at least 2 guys at this point
Thrre has been no indication at all from camp that he's even in the running to play if he was eligible. If they thought he was in the top two he'd be running with them right up until word came down correct? Which also brings the question of, wow, a five star recruit that is that far down the depth chart.
I'm pretty sure that Hoke basically said before that they didn't want to have Isaac take too many 1st team reps for fear his waiver would be denied and thus the 1st team reps wasted.
How would they be wasted if he couldn't play in the season? The line and receivers practice runs to practice their blocking assignments--it hardly matters (it seems to me) who the RB is, if Issac was running with the ones all of camp and then couldn't play after, it wouldn't affect any of the other 10 guys. Not saying you're wrong, I could be wrong, but it doesn't seem like a big deal.
He would be behind a five and a four star where would you like him to land and someone else to fall? We have a wealth of unproven talent at the position, someone will be third or fourth.
I would have to scratch my head again about the NCAA. Here, an unpaid player would be ordered to sit out a year—and potentially delay a lucrative NFL career-- as a penalty for transferring to be nearer his sick mother. Yet, his former USC coach, Lane Kiffin, lies to recruits about his likely departures, then repeatedly changes schools at the drop of a hat, and gets paid millions.
I also have to scratch my head over some other, very different eligibility decisions by the NCAA. Remember this? “In 2008, before Pryor started at Ohio, questions about his eligibility were raised due to the fact that he was getting money from Sarniak, a man who accompanied Pryor on recruiting visits and who certainly exchanged money and items with Ohio boosters in his Columbus area businesses. The NCAA ruled in favor of Pryor, saying only that Sarniak could no longer provide money, meals, tickets, presents or a cell phone to Pryor.
3 years later, Pryor was in the process of leaving Ohio and needed a reason for entering the supplemental draft—ie to prove he was NOT eligible to play at Ohio.
“Pryor met confidentially in May with the NCAA and provided financial records….Pryor had acknowledged that confidant Ted Sarniak had provided him and his mother with cash after he enrolled at Ohio State over and beyond the memorabilia scandal that created the five-game suspension. An attorney for Terrelle Pryor, seemingly inviting the NCAA to ask new questions about improper benefits, said: Pryor .. and his mother received cash and assistance with car payments from Ted Sarniak.
Ohio claimed ignorance of these payments even though: “Tressel said he repeatedly reached out to Sarniak over the years….and Ohio State compliance director Doug Archie stayed in regular contact with Sarniak."
If I remember correctly, the NCAA not cite this information in explaining Ohio’s penalty of a one season bowl ban. Perhaps then questions would have arisen about the NCAA's own shoddy review of Pryor's 2008 eligibility. Questons would arise about how soon the payments to Pryor resumed, whether their eligibility decision was incorrect, and why they did not follow up to see if it was violated after Pryor was admitted.
I have no idea but Confucius told me he who has hand in pocket, feel cocky all day.
to the deaf boy.
Did Ty get his waiver????
the waiver was denied but is being appealed (per an "insider board" thread title that is visible to nonsubscribers).
Is the NCAA can suck my balls.
Well we now know who wears the pants in that family.
Even if they win the case where does he stand on the depth chart??
Considering his linebacker-trucking ability shown in one of the CTK videos and his ability to catch the ball, my guess is high.
He is probably 1 or 2 if he could play this saturday.
..... It's not.
Snark! Snark! Snark!
Does anyone think that he is thinking "I would be starting Saturday if I went to NW"?
He can't leave us can he?
He already did. He's going to be starting at IUPUI this Saturday. It was just posted on the paywalled version of Twitter.
I failed to find this funny