Primary tabs

Who is most likely to recover a fumble against Illinois?

Zach Boren
22% (241 votes)
Big Hank
13% (140 votes)
Bradley Roby
17% (187 votes)
John Simon
21% (227 votes)
Nathan Williams
21% (229 votes)
Other
7% (81 votes)
Total Votes: 1105

Comments

Oyster's picture

Not only should Boren get the fumble, he should then revert to his FB mentality and run for a 43 yard TD, stiff arming the center, bowling over the QB and running through the arms of a WR as he crosses the goal line!
And all this happens on the first play from scrimmage with 14:48 left in the 1st quarter.

Triv's picture

I really hope they don't return the opening kick to the 43

Sorry Urban, Woody is still my favorite

cplunk's picture

Devin Smith after another great special teams tackle.

gwalther's picture

This is an ESPN question. Haha.
*2012 World Series just ended. Next topic: "WHO WINS 2013 WORLD SERIES?"
They do it for the lulz.

Class of 2008

Earle's picture

Are you saying "that's a clown question, bro"?

Italics are for emphasis.

gwalther's picture

Yes. #BryceHarper

Class of 2008

BoFuquel's picture

The question is recover not cause.I say Simon, after Williams dose all the work.It's a team thing remember.Yeah, just like life.Wahoo 9-0, only 3 more to suffer through.Then this second season from Hell will be finished.GO BUCKS!

I wish I didn't know now what I didn't know then.

hodge's picture

Roby's on the hands team for onside kicks.  Gotta give him the edge on this one.

buckeyeEddie27's picture

emotional vote for Boren. 

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

Earle's picture

I picked Boren, simply because the Mike Backer is going to be around the ball as much as anyone.  I think a strip sack is probably just as likely, so Simon or Hank would be my second choice.

Italics are for emphasis.

dubjayfootball90's picture

^^^ agreed, Boren is gonna be around the ball all day.... he is gonna pick it up, run for about 15 yards, break one tackle before being forced out of bounds on the opponents sideline at the 35 yard line..... book it...

You can feed a bobcat all the chili it wants. That don't mean it's going to crap out diamonds.

Earle's picture

I like the specificity of your prediction, even if it does seem to imply that the Illini are going to move the ball across midfield at some point.

Italics are for emphasis.

Alhan's picture

Nah, Illini 35 + 15 is only the 50.  It's not technically on our side of the field yet :)

You can kill a fly with your slipper or a cannon. Either way, the fly dies. -Ramzy

Earle's picture

Maybe not, I just read it as breaking a tackle after a 15-yd return.  Can't wait to see the actual play.  Either way, if it happens I'm taking DUBJAY to Vegas.

Italics are for emphasis.

cajunbuckeye's picture

Damn, he isn't even on the list! Ryan Shazier is my "other" vote.

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

Menexenus's picture

Me three.

Real fans stay for Carmen.

Sarah's picture

Oops, I meant to include him, too. This is what happens when you create a poll at 5:55 in the morning.

jestertcf's picture

Ryan DAMN Shazier

~Because we couldn't go for three~

JLP36's picture

Why no "all of the above" selection?  I am looking forward to a SHUTOUT and some good old fashioned Buckeye D right on through the end of the season, including a TKO of Denard in the finale.

JLP36

thatlillefty's picture

I'll take Doran Grant on special teams.

OSUBias's picture

Roby on punt block and is always around the ball on defense? With Illinois penchant for putting it on the grass (did i see 20 fumbles this season already?) I'm thinking we see a bit of the strip technique regression this week. it'll result in at least one more "WTF can't we tackle" play, and two fumbles. Roby picks one up, the other goes out of bounds.
That being said, i think we force 3 and recover 2 funbles, with a DL getting the other (I'm rooting for Spence, he keeps getting oh so close to getting a sack or stripping the ball; I want him to get rewarded for the hard work), along with 2 INTs (Roby and Bryant).
I'm bullish on this defense after 2 strong performances. I freely admit I was strongly in the "we are who we are, a bad defense" boat after Indiana. They are proving me wrong and I love it.

Shitter's full

toad1204's picture

I voted Big Hank.  Who doesnt like to see a D-tackle score.

Nothing like dancing on the field in 02... 

buckeyechad's picture

Somewhat related but Nathan Williams is BY FAR the most underrated player on this defense. Had a great game against Penn State, really disruptive.

NoVA Buckeye's picture

I put other. I'm feeling CJ Barnett or Howard Island this week.

The offseason begins when your season ends. Even then there are no days off.