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  1. Texas2725

    Football practices - any info?

    Yup. Inside Texas discussed this in detail in their Scoop piece today. Good stuff.
  2. Heard on 104.9 the Horn this morning that Gary Johnson suffered a stinger in practice yesterday. Sounds like he'll be ok, but LB depth is getting a little thinner with McCullough having the strained pec and now GJ dinged up a bit.
  3. Texas2725

    2019 Recruiting Board/Thread

    Is it implied to be good news.?
  4. Not sure what is so difficult to listen to. Kid is entertaining and very blunt as opposed to others who fluff and bs their way through interviews. I wish they'd interview him for another 20 minutes each day.
  5. Texas2725

    2019 Recruiting Board/Thread

    Apparently Fong may have happened on some newer info. One of the current SC ILB commits is going to take his LDS Mission trip which may have opened a spot for Tufono. Basically what SHA's source heard as of yesterday was prolly right, but this update with the SC kid may have changed things as well.
  6. Texas2725

    2019 Recruiting Board/Thread

    More troubling is the idea that something worse could be on the horizon, its revelation at the whim of a now-disgraced former coach who was recently fired by Meyer. So why wait to take action on Meyer? What has to be done eventually must be done immediately. It's not like this is unchartered water, for Ohio State or Meyer. Tressel's failing cost him his job, and Meyer's failings at Florida cost the Gators their program. When Meyer left Florida after the 2010 season, he said the program was "broken." What he didn't explain—and what wasn't exposed until after he left—was that he was the reason it was broken. Rampant drug use on the team, roster manipulation and preferential treatment for those in his "Circle of Trust" crippled a program that won two national titles in a three-year period from 2006 to 2008 and had three 13-win seasons in Meyer's tenure. The Gators are on their third coach since Meyer resigned after the 2010 season—citing health issues—and are a shell of the former program. Meyer's Circle of Trust was key to the breakdown at Florida. He allowed elite players to run amuck and infect the program with an entitlement disease. If you were valuable to the program, you had a long leash. If the same type of disease has infected Ohio State, and if Zach Smith really does have information that can "take everyone at Ohio State down with me," he was the most valuable person in the Ohio State program—until he could no longer be protected. It's easy to see why Meyer might want to ignore the alleged domestic abuse and lie about knowledge of it. It's easy to see why officials at Ohio State must be terrified of what comes next. The only way to get ahead of it is to fire Meyer. What has to be done eventually must be done immediately. Matt Hayes covers college football for Bleacher Report. Follow him on Twitter: @matthayesCFB. https://bleacherreport.com/articles/2789023-ohio-state-must-get-ahead-of-scandal-fire-urban-meyer-immediately Wow
  7. Texas2725

    2019 Recruiting Board/Thread

    If you are open to PM'ing me feel free. I understand if not., but can't hurt to ask.
  8. Texas2725

    2019 Recruiting Board/Thread

    So what did Mehringer do to "burn bridges" with Garrett Wison? Between this Urban stuff and the former WR coach, it seems like it woulda been kinda helpful if Merhringer hadn't burned any bridges.
  9. Texas2725

    2019 Recruiting Board/Thread

    Well his tweet is not going to work out too well for him with GP although he may already know that per his tweet to begin with.
  10. Does this idiot not recall that the B12 is known as a passing/spread league? Amazing.
  11. Texas2725

    2019 Recruiting Board/Thread

    How in the hell can Mehringer be kept around if he's burning bridges with kids like Wilson?
  12. Texas2725

    Not good

    Regardless of his dating status, that he's mad that current staff members may say he could have improved his draft stock with one more year, is kind of odd since he went in the next to last round. I've read rumors that Herman may have spoken less than positively about some of our early enrollees for the draft, but Herman's got a reputation to maintain with NFL teams and sugar coating the status of his own players would be pretty harmful as well.
  13. Texas2725

    Not good

    So the boyfriend of one of Strong's daughters who didn't get drafted until the 6th round, is mad because he was told by the staff, and it's likely been repeated since before the draft, that he'd have been drafted much higher if he came back for his Sr. year? Sheesh
  14. Texas2725

    2019 Recruiting Board/Thread

    Could be. I just think it's comical that the Ags are selling the SEC, because they know they can't sell their own program. They were a .500 program in the "inferior Big 12" and are well below .500 in the SEC West after 6 years and have lost 7 straight at home to SEC west teams. They could have Rockne and Lombardi on their staff and recruit lights out, but they're never going to finish better than 3rd in the West.
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