Discussion in 'Buckeye Football' started by osugrad21, Jan 14, 2013.
Here is to hoping the Gators land Timmons at 1p.m. today! :osu:
Woudl be great but doubtful. He will be a Wildcat making room for Clark as a Gator.
Ryan Bartow @RyanBartow
Bartow works for Rivals. Chung is either hearing the same thing, or took the information from Bartow.
Timmons has picked Kentucky
Hopefully Clark still picks the good guys
Yesterday there was a tweet from Kynon Codrington on a Fla. site that said he predicted Clark to OSU. I think KC is also a Rivals SEC guy. I was going to bring the tweet over here for discussion but I couldn't relocate it. If Clark has stuck to his original plan of informing the winning staff of his decision on Sunday perhaps these guys know something. After seeing these SEC guys predicting OSU, I was suprised that most everyone here was conceding Clark to UF as of yesterday. Coupled with the Jacobs speculation, and it looks like there will be alot to speculate about over the next few days.
Not expecting his pledge but I am just going to go on record here as saying that if he does sign this offense will be pretty good.
I just realized that the spring game is only in a few months. SO EXCITED!
This is not you.
You are only hoping because you are a bias OSU fan. If you were a fan of another college team you wouldn't feel this way because you would have a more rounded contrarian view of sports in general. Just ask MaxBu... err sorry you are MaxBuck.
Feel free to contradict my post......
Unless I am misinterpreting your message, correct me if I am.... I do believe that it is OK to pick one recruit over another especially when there are limited number of scholarships left. It's no insult or an open attack on Timmons- he's a great player. It's just that many here believe that Clark will bring more raw talent to the class of 2013.
Just pretty good? What an insult. :tongue2:
the bank weighs in with his decision
Bill Greene @BillBankGreene
now that is exciting..
He's one of the few guys I trust with info
He did qualify it that he, personally, has no info...just "likes what he's hearing".
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