Originally Posted by bearfan
people on steroids dont count...
How is it that he's on roids because he has low bodyfat?
Thats what I hate about roid accusations. Anytime anybody ever sees a picture of someone with high vascularity/low body fat where their veins stick out, they assume... oh, he's on roids.
FWIW, anybody that strong, no matter or not whether they're on roids or not, with body fat percentages below 8 or so will have their veins stick out. Especially after getting a good workout + pump in. It doesn't mean they're on roids.
As far as 85% of players having done roids, thats bs too. Not saying there aren't plenty of roided up players who shot up in highschool, but 85% is a bogus number. Believe it or not, there are plenty of people who are just born strong and athletic. IE Bo Jackson, I believe I read somewhere he barely ever lifted, yet could bench over 300 easily.
haha. I am a huge Buckeye but Chris Wells is pretty much puke with arms and legs. Okay, so I'm upset with the kid and over stating a little bit, but if the kid fumbles one more ball his teammates and coaching staff need to start breaking fingers. No worries fellow Buckeyes because Saine will probably bench him anyway.
Saine is good, but he has a lot to learn as a freshman to take away time from Wells who is already a stud and knows the schemes better. FWIW, Eddie George had a fumbling problem when he was younger. Things worked out pretty well for him. Saine will get some pt, but I highly doubt he'll take away the spotlight from Mo, and Chris Wells.