Comparing OSU versus Clemson Roster (247 Recruit Ratings)
1. Clemson's WR versus OSU's DB/S
2. OSU's DE versus Clemson's OL
Maybe an unrecognized advantage, OSU's backups are really really good. There looks to be a step down in talent in Clemson's backups.
I think @rehmwa was referring to a @chile quote, not me.
Anyway yea, I'm also interested to see what the Aussie crowds do with this 😄.
And piggy backing on what others have said, coupled with his history and the act itself, it really is about all the stupid ways he's decided to cover this up in the aftermath. And then yesterday, he decides to turn himself into this victim/hero/star-of-his-own-revenge-tragedy by saying that what Cam Smith said about it was "personal." Really?
I mean, I guess he's in Australia at the moment so he can contact Mel Gibson and ask him optimal revenge strategies to use this week. Definitely a solid resource.
Maybe Braveheart revenge will be more effective, I dunno.
But as an American I guess I can do some mental gymnastics and make this personal along with him. Let's teach them internationals some manners, Patrick!!!
No way. It is the best needling tool the Internationals have at the moment to unsettle the Americans. They gotta milk it atleast through the PC. I can't wait to see what the crowds bring and how thick Reed's skin is.
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