It's just another challenge. We're still stacked at every position. If anything it's going to be fun because of the unknown . Braxton's will be awesome this game and expect Hubbard to dominate and burst onto the scene in a big way!
I'll be watching it. I usually order the PPV and bet on each individual fight. Rousey is like -1600 and I'll still bet on her
He definitely showed consistent effort . He just was bad from the beginning and never got better. Never improved FT shooting or a consistent low post move
I agree. It's hard for people to pick Troy because of recency bias. I remember him being extremely accurate and clutch and those numbers he put up were huge for a Tresel coached team.
Also JT had a lot of passing yds that were basically glorified handoffs to Jalin and Dontre, not that there's anything wrong with that; just stating a fact
"Trey McDonald should've redshirted"
That means this year would've been his senior year. No Thanks
I only bet UFC. Not big on betting other sports but it's fun to order a UFC eventand have a bet on every fight on the card.
I'm not betting against BlockO after his call last year following the VaTech game. He straight up called it the whole way
This is so full of awesome
I'm expecting Mack to be upgraded to a 5* by all the recruiting services before he signs
. MSU will have to beat OSU for two teams to get in. I believe the Buckeyes can get in with one loss, but MSU and Wisc no. They seem to fall farther and rise slower than their SEC and Big12 counterparts
Almost stepped right on a copperhead with my bare feet in Atl GA. Was shooting baskets as a kid and the ball rolled into the nearby woods. Ran to fetch it and almost stepped direct on it.
I ran back into the house to get a bucket to catch it, and after a brief chase secured the venomous reptile. I remember putting a screen over the bucket and keeping it in the garage. When I came back from church later that evening. The screen was off and the snake gone
did someone say "creeped out"?
Cardale Jones and Tyvis Powell
If Q could improve his footwork defensively and get just a bit quicker, I could see him getting a chance and fitting in nicely on the right team. Q is a great spot up shooter and has long arms and strides which make him tough to guard in the paint. The Cavs should give him a run. His shooting and length they could've used against GS.
I used to live in Roswell....and take adventures into the wooded areas
I don't watch it. Plus I believe it's on some odd channel that's hard to find.
I feel like I'll be fine with whatever Braxton chooses to do and fine with whoever Urban chooses to start at QB. We're gonna be so badass at every position and all the QBs have proven themselves bosses already.
There's just an over exuding confluence of ubiquitous talent all over the field, other teams will be stupefied, terrified, shocked and chagrined at our strength and speed and dominance
Cardale came back to finish school and compete for the starting position. What is it about right now that wishes he "would've just gone pro"?
Sam also needs to get in the weight room. That will help him be able to create his own shot at the next level. Not sure why, but Sam looked like he never lifted weights during his time at OSU
Same problem for me. I've given up trying because it's a pain in the ass. Apparently those of us with iOS devices have to go to the actual YouTube website instead of the app to get the code. Overall it's annoying and wish it were more user friendly
I'll just add one more comment in my backing of Cam Johnston. If this question had been asked two years ago, without question and without fail Carlos Hyde and Braxton Miller would have been the two players that everyone would be debating about who is more indispensable. Absolutely no question about it.
Enter JT Barrett and Ezekiel Elliott in 2014. Barrett came in and broke all of Miller's single season and B1G records, and The Teflon Wizard trounced Wisconsin, Alabama and Oregon in one of the most prolific feats of rushing in NCAA history. The point is that Miller and Hyde became afterthoughts just one year after being thought that they were absolutely indispensable. It's amazing really.
OSU has recruited great skill position players and we're stacked. Everywhere. But you can't replace Cam Johnston and his ability to put the ball inside the 10 with pinpoint accuracy. Elliott is great, Bosa is great, Lee etc..
But Cam is the best I've ever seen at his position and his skill set is truly indispensable