FOX Sports radio host Colin Cowherd has been critical of quarterback Baker Mayfield for years now – and heading into this past April’s draft, he even went as far as to declare the former Oklahoma signal-caller “undraftable.” Thursday, Mayfield joined Cowherd on his radio show and quickly showed that he wouldn’t be pushed around.Mayfield, before he event sat down, made quite a statement. The former Heisman Trophy winner was wearing an “Undraftable” shirt mocking Cowherd. Mayfield, as we all know, went No. 1 overall to the Cleveland Browns – meaning he was quite far from being undraftable.At one point, Cowherd showed Mayfield a clip from the Ohio State game, where Mayfield ran off towards the stands in celebration following a touchdown. Cowherd tried to imply that Mayfield was acting selfishly. Mayfield wasn’t having any of it.Mayfield: “I feel like you’re going for the fact that I’m not a team guy. I’m selfish. Is that what you’re shooting at right here?”Here’s video:Baker Mayfield roasted Cowherd for trying to make him seem like a “bad teammate” after a TD ? pic.twitter.com/vdR2gZtf4M— Cameron DaSilva (@camdasilva) June 21, 2018The entire interview spanned two segments and Mayfield has been getting praised for his performance. FOX will likely release it later on Thursday.Baker Mayfield asking Colin Cowherd if he’s played football past high school might be the most important moment in modern history.— Joe Buettner (@ByJoeBuettner) June 21, 2018It remains to be seen whether Mayfield will be a successful pro. Some have compared him to Johnny Manziel – particularly because of some of his off-the-field antics. Others think he’ll be just fine. Regardless, he has quite a task in front of him – turning around an 0-16 franchise.
On Tuesday night, August 25th, yard number 302 Island Venture, an offshore construction vessel for Island Offshore/Edison Chouest Offshore, was launched from the dock hall at Norwegian shipbuilder Ulstein Verft.Currently, the heli deck is being mounted. Measuring close to 160 m in length, and with at beam of 30 m, she is the largest offshore vessel so far from Ulstein Verft. The vessel is jointly owned by Norway-based Island Offshore and US-based Edison Chouest Offshore. The latter will be managing the vessel, thus, the vessel carries the Edison Chouest colours and logo.Images & Video: Ulstein
Count yo blessings at all times NB I got bro ???— Corey Smith Jr (@dreamchaser_cj5) August 26, 2015 Sophomore wide receiver Noah Brown (80) walks across the field during OSU’s 2015 Spring Game on April 18. Credit: Samantha Hollingshead / Photo EditorOhio State football ended practice early Wednesday night after an injury to a player occurred. The media availability scheduled for later that night was also canceled.A press release from an OSU spokesman said that sophomore wide receiver Noah Brown suffered a left leg injury on Wednesday. According to the release, Brown will have surgery tomorrow at the Wexner Medical Center at Ohio State.He will miss the entire 2015 season but is expected to make a full recovery.Brown was not an integral part of the offense as a freshman, but as the year progressed, he slowly started to see the field more.He ended last season with just one catch for nine yards against Illinois on Nov. 1.Brown did, however, see considerable snaps against Wisconsin in the Big Ten Championship Game and Oregon in the College Football Playoff National Championship Game with 23 and 20, respectively.The coaching staff was expecting Brown to have an increased role in the upcoming campaign, as they spoke highly of the transformation Brown underwent in the offseason during spring practice.Wide receivers coach Zach Smith said the Flanders, New Jersey, native was on a “different level” in the spring compared to the fall.The injury to Brown makes another dent into an already thin Buckeye receiving corp as redshirt senior Corey Smith, redshirt sophomore H-back Jalin Marshall and junior H-back Dontre Wilson are all suspended for the season opener against Virginia Tech on Sept. 7 in Blacksburg, Virginia.This marks the second consecutive year for the Buckeyes that a key player was hurt right before the season began as then-senior quarterback Braxton Miller suffered a season-ending injury last year.Brown’s teammates and coaches took to Twitter to extend their support: I’m not going to give up my faith, I know the Lord has something greater for you. Just a bump in the road we have to overcome together… NB— Mike Thomas (@Cantguardmike) August 26, 2015 This is not our plan… This is God’s plan. Have to have #Faith in His plan and stay true to Him – It will all work out in the end. ??— Zach Smith #Zone6 (@CoachZachSmith) August 26, 2015 On my mind in my prayers ?? NB get well soon. #80— Jalin Marshall (@JalinMarshall) August 27, 2015