Shazier Named B1G Defensive PoW. Again.

By Jason Priestas on November 5, 2012 at 4:20p

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Doc's picture

Damn! That's great!

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BrewstersMillions's picture

He's having a much, much better year than Manti Te'o. More tackles, TFL's, yards lost on TFLs, sacks, PD's, FF's. Apparentley 4 more INT's makes you a Heisman contender...OR Shazier just lacks an exploitable off the field story.

William's picture

Come on Brewsters, we all know the Pope has been in the ear of the Downtown Athletic Club..

BrewstersMillions's picture

HAHA I'm not saying that but standards are lessened for players when ND is winning. Shazier is having the more impactfull year. Hell Jarvis Jones is playing better than he is as well. At least Jones is getting some love.

Earle's picture

Beano Powlus begs to differ....

Snarkies gonna snark. 

William's picture

Damn, I forgot about Ron Powlus haha

cajunbuckeye's picture

Ryan Shazier moves closer to the "list" of Buckeye Linebacker Legends!

An angry fan...rooting for an angry team...led by angry coaches

EvanstonBuckeye's picture

Who cares about the Teo comparisons? Shazier is really hitting his stride at, really, the end of his first year starting (wasn't it against PSU last year at this time?). Just look at how much better he's playing now as compared to the beginning of this year.
Not to take anything away from Teo or, for that matter, many of the Buckeye LBs that have come before him, but Shazier has the ability to take over a game like few I've seen. It should only get better with arguably our best offensive player and defensive players both being true sophomores.

buckeyeEddie27's picture

and again.   and again.    and again.  

I know there's a game Saturday, and my ass will be there.

Buckeyevstheworld's picture

Where is Hyde's offensive PoW?

"YOLO" = I'm about to do something extremely ignorant/stupid & I need an excuse to do it.

DetroitBuckeye's picture

Finally playing at the level that many thought he was capable of playing at all along.  As long as he plays in control he will be ok.

sb97's picture

Shazier admitted he was not playing well early in the season.  Was overrunning plays and allowing some of those cutbacks.  Over the last three weeks he has played as well as anyone in the country.  Love the way he is developing.

bassplayer7770's picture

Congrats to Ryan.  He has played with much more discipline these past three weeks, and it is a joy to watch.  Next year, hopefully, we'll see more talented young LBs (Perry, Grant, Williams, Perkins, Marcus, Crowell, Roberts) who have developed into starting Buckeye Linebackers.