Discussion in 'Buckeye Football' started by MightbeaBuck, Jun 3, 2004.
I was under the impression that Ohio State could not start reqruiting until after the bowl season. Is that right?
Since the coaches went on the recruiting trail immediately after The Game I think it's probably incorrect.
They are bound by the rules set forth for every other team. They just don't have bowl practice in the way of full bore recruiting this season.
22-3 in rivalry games is freaking sick. Get used to it Hoke. LOL
Wish I could be there for the party on Friday night.
With the disrespect this team has gotten from the National Media despite going 12-0, Shazier getting snubbed all around, and Braxton being invited to NYC. Urban wants a pissed off team, well, he's going to get one with a massive chip on it's shoulder and pissed off big time.
I sincerely hope the players aren't as butthurt over awards as some of the fans seem to be.
Yep. My sentiments exactly. Some of our fans are the biggest crybabies that I've ever seen.
I bet if there was an award for that, ESPN would do everything in their power to prevent our fans from winning it.
Dan Wallenberg @OSUADAthComm
The event Friday at St. John Arena to celebrate Ohio State's 12-0 football season has reached capacity.
I'm pretty sure Ohio State went 3-5 in the Big Ten last year.
Wins: Wisconsin, Indiana, Illinois
Losses: Nebraska, Penn State, Michigan, Michigan State, Purdue
Urban needs the fans votes to help win coach of the year:
Beginning today through December 20, fans can log their Liberty Mutual Coach of the Year vote for the most deserving coach in each of the four divisions daily by visiting www.coachoftheyear.com on their PC, tablet or mobile device and posting a pre-populated tweet. As part of Liberty Mutual's partnership with the National Football Foundation, a selection committee of more than 50 College Football Hall of Fame players and coaches, including Archie Manning, Lou Holtz, Vince Dooley, Ronnie Lott, Archie Griffin; as well as national college football media, such as Colin Cowherd, Stewart Mandel and Tim Brando, will evaluate the coaches based on their responsibility, integrity and on-field success to help determine the four coaching winners. Winners are ultimately determined using the following voting weight: Fans 20 percent, College Football Hall of Fame 55 percent, and Media 25 percent.
STOP BEING A CANARY!
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