Lee, Rasheed and Nevills winning in wrestlebacks was big!
This wasn't included in the update, but 247 reranked their 2020 class and Fleming is the #2 overall player.
Gotta find a way to feed the beast.
I've seen him play in person, and he's seriously impressive.
Yeah, the decision to host the hoops tourney a week early is really having a ripple effect.
I was looking at the athletics annual report from 2015-16 last night, and just in ticket revenue PSU would lose ~$5M. Add all the losses from fans downtown, hotels, grocery stores, merch, TV rights, and I'm guessing it would be around $10M or more of loss.
I prefer the 9 game conference schedule simply because of the 14 teams. Otherwise you play some teams like twice a decade. Obviously you can still schedule well doing 2 G5 schools, but the ebbs and flows are insane. UCF didn't win a game 2 years ago. Now no one wants to schedule them. Wisc went with a BYU home and home, which probably looked way better when it was scheduled than it turned out being.
Do Akron and Kent and Ohio move the needle any more than Nevada or SJSU?
...I guess it's cool that we've never played either team before. 2018 preseason s&p+ rankings for San Jose St and Nevada are 129 and 101, respectively.
Why doesn't Temple just offer every football player Penn State offers?
Also a bunch of powers were staying in contact. It's not like he picked Penn State over Incarnate Heart.
Penn State kicks off its 2019 class with 6-7 forward Patrick Kelly. Again, good work by Pat Chambers and staff getting involved early on. Capable combo forward with sneaky athleticism and major value with his shooting— Corey Evans (@coreyevans_10) February 1, 2018