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Jeremiah Francis commits to North Carolina...

BirmBirm Posts: 568 admin
Buckeyes 2019 basketball class takes a major hit.

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  • BirmBirm Posts: 568 admin
    Birm said:
    Buckeyes 2019 basketball class takes a major hit.

  • QuadCitiesBuckeyeQuadCitiesBuckeye Posts: 141 Junior


    I may not like the decision, but I'm not gonna hate on a teenager for doing what he thinks is best for himself.
  • sb97sb97 Posts: 39 Freshman
    Ouch, this one is a bit of a killer.  Sure there are lots of other players out there but these are the battles we are supposed to win. 
  • JDunc686JDunc686 Posts: 35 Sophomore
    sb97 said:
    Ouch, this one is a bit of a killer.  Sure there are lots of other players out there but these are the battles we are supposed to win. 
    This is definitely a let-down but I don't look at this as a battle we are supposed to win, yet. I would use Tuf Borland as a comparison, he was a Wisconsin legacy but when Ohio State football comes knocking you can't be surprised at the result.
  • SCBuckeye10SCBuckeye10 Posts: 2 Freshman
    Hopefully future UNC probation equals Francis to OSU
  • jumarjumar Posts: 208 Junior
    JDunc686 said:
    sb97 said:
    Ouch, this one is a bit of a killer.  Sure there are lots of other players out there but these are the battles we are supposed to win. 
    This is definitely a let-down but I don't look at this as a battle we are supposed to win, yet. I would use Tuf Borland as a comparison, he was a Wisconsin legacy but when Ohio State football comes knocking you can't be surprised at the result.
    Agreed. Maybe after the program is back at the top of the B1G we can go back to expecting the best in-state players to stay. The basketball program does not have the same prestige as the football program. Hopefully Holtmann can help to turn it around.
  • Buck2theboneBuck2thebone Posts: 5 Freshman
    I'm a Buckeye fan living in Durham N.C. Home of Duke. 20 miles from U.N.C. in Chapel Hill. Folks around here live for their round ball like we do for football. But their all packed together with N.C. State being within 15 miles. I've seen near riots during match-ups around here. I would of loved to have seen this kid with us, but I understand his choice this is the hotbed of basketball.
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