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We may have lost the battle......but not the war.
I like that I'm hearing it's an Ohio State-Penn State battle and from others an Ohio State-Notre Dame battle. I'd like to believe that means something......
The originator of the BUZZ thread, finally... good info
Any day now you can expect Larry Johnson Sr. to tell him that OSU only wants to use him and they don't graduate AA players.
So....we could get BOTH five stars from NY....who both absolutely killed it at the Opening! Yeah....uhhhh I'd be happy
JBook, if Holley decided today, where would you see him landing?
PSU will never win a B10 title while he is there
PSU might play in the Bowl game
PSU will not win a NC while he is there
These are the truth, the whole truth, and nothing but the truth.
This post was edited by Noahbuckeye on 7/31/2013 at 1:28 PM
I piss excellence.
Larry Johnson sure does the heavy lifting in recruiting. If he pulls this one out with all of the baggage it will be another trophy.
This from one of the articles and the other article has Holley mentioning Johnson in a positive fashion.
'In talking to him, (the writer) I get a feeling that Ohio State and Penn State are doing very well here, and wouldn't be surprised if the Nittany Lions pull this off.'
Holley also mentioned family being able to see hem play so distance could be in PSU's favor.
Like everyone else it would seem that the current regime of Ohio State football would trump what PSU has to offer.
This post was edited by WestonBuck on 7/31/2013 at 2:28 PM
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