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are you guys kidding??? really?
yes miller improved, but my lord, playing against a handful of starters and backups, knowing he couldn't be hit is quite a major (to say the least)difference than playing a "real" game against a "real" team in florida.
love your stuff, but that was absurd.
Here's what I have for Ohio vs. Out of State Recruits.
2012: Ohio, 16; Out of State, 9
2011: Ohio, 13; Out of State, 10
2010: Ohio, 9; Out of State, 10
2009: Ohio, 14; Out of State, 12
2008: Ohio, 9; Out of State, 10
2007: Ohio, 10; Out of State, 5
2006: Ohio, 10; Out of State, 10
2005: Ohio, 11; Out of State, 7
2004: Ohio, 14; Out of State, 9
2003, Ohio, 12; Out of State, 2
2002: Ohio, 18; Out of State, 7
2001: Ohio, 10; Out of State, 7
Total for the last 12 years: Ohio, 146; Out of State, 98
So did Rodney Hood make it to CBUS or not this past weekend? I haven't been able to find a definitive word with lots of speculation and conflicting information from various sources. I don't think hoops fans understand what a HUGE addition Mr. Hood would be to the Buckeyes. He absolutely puts us over the top as National title contenders in 2013 as he would likely only play one season in scarlet and grey (after his 2012-13 RS year) and then bounce to the pros to join the likes of Turner, Mullens, Koufas, Redd, Conley, Sulley and Cook. Dude can flat out play and has unreal length. Most experts seem to think tOSU will be right there at the end if not the favorite and the chief competition seems to be Louisville as they were essentially runner-up for his services before deciding upon Mississippi State. Boy that would sting to lose out on football recruit Quick AND Hood to the Cardinal. Both of these prospects are game changers that could completely change the outcome of the season. Fingers crossed. Go get 'em Thad and Urb!!
This post was edited by MannekenPis on 4/24/2012 at 10:14 AM
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