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My buddy was at a dinner event last night that Shaka and Charlie attended. Charlie told a couple of stories, but I liked hearing this one the most. A couple weeks ago, Charlie received a call from Sha

I have to say, I'm pretty stoked about the OL talent we have now assembled. We are where we've wanted to be for years now, but were never able to even get halfway there. The talent is not "shovel-read

Bobby Burton at 247 apparently checked with 3 sources about that story. 2 of the 3 laughed at the question and all 3 said Boo is in the lead and close to being named the starter. Take that for what it's worth. Hopefully he's right.


Can't wait for the "explanation" from those who turn out to be wrong about this. That should provide some good entertainment until actual games start. 


Of course, who knows. OB may have done this just to divert attention away from the problems they been having with their site having gone down 2-3 times in the past week. 

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Everybody is trying to catch Ohio State: Diving into the recruiting landscape as the 2016 season approaches




Shakeup in Texas


No program generated more optimism about its future on signing day this year than Texas. Yet the Longhorns' capacity to lure top-notch talent within the Lone Star State was aided by a revolting scandal at another program about 100 miles from campus. Baylor fired coach Art Briles as part of a house cleaning in the wake of revelations about the school's systematic dysfunction in handling sexual assault allegations against football players. Four of the Bears' 2016 signees (four-star wide receiver Devin Duvernay, four-star offensive lineman Patrick Hudson, four-star offensive tackle J.P. Urquidez and three-star athlete Donovan Duvernay) decamped to Austin, and Baylor also watched a handful of highly regarded prospects in its 2017 class renounce their commitments.

The mess at Baylor will benefit Texas and other programs in the state as they pursue prospects who previously would have considered (or signed with) the Bears. Which programs will take advantage is unclear. Both Longhorns coach Charlie Strong and Texas A&M coach Kevin Sumlin will enter the season under some pressure to win. TCU could slip a bit after losing star quarterback Trevone Boykin and wide receiver Josh Doctson. And Houston—fresh off winning 13 games under a coach (Tom Herman) who likely will draw interest from more high-profile schools again this off-season—could receive an invitation to the Big 12. One thing is clear: There is plenty of talent to go around in the state.



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