Kenny Guiton, America's favorite ex-back up newly minted dual quarterback.
Beautifully orchestrated offense by Kenny G. He may not be the most freakishly athletic QB around, but time after time, he makes good reads and usually makes the right decision, whether it is to pitch the ball, tuck it and run, or pass it.
Just a masterful performance by our "backup" QB.
I would have voted for the OL if that had been a choice, Overall a pretty good job by the men in the trenches
Fantastic performance by the unit, easily their best yet.
Have to give my game ball to #13 though, his jazz was on.
I am not very smart, but I recognize that I am not very smart.
Kenny G did more than hold his own. He excelled as a backup and proved he is a top talent. Whenever we need him to come through for us he always does!
Perhaps most importantly, I noticed several plays where KG just threw the ball away. What poise for a back-up QB? The guy is a winner and is clearly focused, first, on what is best for the team.
I remember Bauserman throwing a few away too.
I believe the key is in asking the question, "What was the intent of the quarterback?"
What an intelligent QB. Smooth Jazz got my vote.
“I have yet to be in a game where luck was involved. Well-prepared players make plays. I have yet to be in a game where the most prepared team didn't win.” -Urban Meyer-
After last nights game, he is in the record book. We now know that we have "The Best Damn Backup In The Land". Way to go G-Man!
"Woody is a God-fearing man. It's good to know that he's afraid of somebody." --Archie Griffin
I'm just happy to be here
Jordan Hall had a great game, but Kenny G can not receive enough praise for his performance. Hope to see some encore performances from the maestro.
...And Jazz wins this one in a LANDSLIDE!
Life's daily struggle is choosing between saying F--ck-it, or soldiering on with your responsibilities.
I've been thoroughly impressed with Guiton. His football intelligence and composure have been outstanding (and I feel that's even underselling it).
"YOLO" = I'm about to do something extremely ignorant/stupid & I need an excuse to do it.
Didn't see Devin Smith on that list. Didn't he catch the first couple touchdowns? How is he doing btw, anyone know his status?
And you left the entire OL off the list why?
Why is Philly Brown on here over Devin Smith?
My thought also, but I still would have voted for Kenny G.
Wish I could vote for both Kenny G and Hall. Was impressed by both
Kenny G looked smooth at QB. Also the OL,WR,RB, they all looked very good.
I had to go with Guiton, but Philly Brown might be becoming my new favorite Buckeye receiver of the 2010s thus far. He makes such athletic plays, but as others have said he is inconsistent.