Appreciate the offer Brutus, but I'd have to throw that Buckeye jersey out, so save your cash and enjoy a few extra cold ones this weekend for the games! Thanks for commenting and reading.
I do apologize for the Michigan loss. Definitely thought we'd see two unbeatens Nov. 30. Good luck this year, OSU.
Thank you for the bulletin post. I'm glad that you don't consider me a hater just because I got to a different Big Ten school! I enjoy watching the Buckeyes, but I really thought Guiton had a good handle on the offense when he played, and I think he deserves another shot.
Thank you for the bulletin post. I'm glad that you don't consider me a hater just because I got to a different Big Ten school! I enjoy watching the Buckeyes, but I really though Guiton had a good handle on the offense when he played, and I think he deserves another shot.
You are literally to stupid to be a buckeye fan i promise you if guiton were to start the NU game we would have lost. A) they would realize kenny cant run and stuff the box vs hyde B)Kennys deep ball is always under thrown go look at the FAMU game C) how many picks has miller absolutley given up this year NOT TIPPED. D) guiton has a weak arm and weak legs his heart and determination is outstanding but the dude just doent have the talent nor ceiling as miller. He would be a mediocre starter in elsewhere. he would excel at cal because the dude can throw screens all day long but does not have the arm.
Hey buddy, check this out: University of Michigan Public Infractions Report
November 4, 2010
Page No. 7
Between August 31 and October 26, 2008, during the 2008 football
season, football student-athletes were required to participate in as many as
five hours of countable athletically related activities per day, which
exceeded the maximum of four hours a day, on eight occasions: August
31; September 7, 14 and 28; and October 5, 12, 19 and 26. Additionally,
during the week beginning October 19, 2008, the student-athletes were
required to participate in approximately 20 hours and 20 minutes of
countable athletically related activities, which exceeded the maximum of
20 hours per week. The violations occurred in part because the student-
athletes were required to participate in five hours of countable activities on
Sundays. This included an hour of weight training, 2 ½ hours of meetings
and 1 ½ hours of practice. The football program failed to properly record
the hours, as the weight training was erroneously considered to be
voluntary. Therefore, only four hours were being recorded.