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Like elite said, I'm just a bit jelly. I meant nothing by my comment and I think you should know that as this is SOP on TBB. I love Saban(not) and Bama(not) and the entire SEC(not) and I like to salt that ish when brought up. I don't think tOSU is above that nor any team that wants to be big time (and this includes Bama), but poking fun at you guys is just that; fun. Get ready for 2013, bitches!!!! Coach Urb is coming for you!!
You see that sign that says 'Rib Tips'??
From what I hear all signs point to JUCO, but if he does qualify I will go with Pitt. They have been in the lead for him all year.
He made more than that...but I'm with you! Urban renewal....
This post was edited by BBucksorBeGone8 19 months ago
That seems to be the consensus. I find it to be a damn shame that a handful of these kids every year can't even make decent grades in HS. There needs to be some serious evaluating done in terms of priorities for these kids. I love CFB as much as all of yous, but this is pathetic. Uber talented kids get shut out from college every year because they rely on one thing and if that thing doesn't work out - and it usually doesn't - they have nothing to fall back on.
Oh I think Urb will have the chance to win several natties during his tenure at OSU. I don't see any team in the Big X being very close to him, and with it going to a four team playoff after next year, he will have a chance almost every year when all is said and done. He damn well might go undefeated next year in the Big X. I mean who is going to beat him? Michigan without Denard? I don't think so.
Urban Meyer in the Big X will routinely be in the top four and have at least a shot.
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