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Comment 22 Nov 2015

op: wrong, wronger, wrongest.

last year we had one of the most productive offenses in OSU history.  like ever.

this year essentially the same players... 4/5 of the line, returning starting Heisman caliber QB, returning starting Heisman caliber RB, experienced TE, and WR... looks disfunctional, with a new OC and new QB coach.

just a coincidence.  right.

watch how many OSU players on this years offense show up in the NFL, and then ask yourself "how did we play that badly?"

Comment 21 Nov 2015

Thad better not be on the hot seat given what he has accomplished in his tenure.  I suspect he will retire when he believes he should, and that will be because of his health.

I don't like his style of play, particularly as regards half court offense and rebounding, but it's tough to argue against his results.

Comment 25 Oct 2015

my guess as to who starts:

Lyle, Williams, Tate, Loving, and Thompson

guys I would like to see getting the majority of the minutes, if not starting:

Lyle, Williams, Tate, Diop, and Giddens

Comment 24 May 2015

Define "we'll do just fine".

Put 5 Aaron Crafts on the floor consistently and watch Matta be out of a job shortly thereafter.  You can't win in a big-time conference or on the national level with a bunch of "skill-limited over achievers".  There is a reason why college coaches go after the talent... the best teams have talented players. 

Saw a comment this morning attributed to Mickey Marotti that I liked.  I can't remember it exactly but it went something like "champions have blue chip talent and blue collar work ethic"  

Comment 24 May 2015

subjective question: There are 17 players listed that went to OSU.  If we say that it's too early to pass comment on A.J. Harris and Tate, then how many of the other 15 have met your expectations at OSU given their relatively high ranking coming out of HS?

Comment 23 May 2015

and yet somehow the punt is the most important play in the game and the offense's primary job is to not put the defense in a bad position.

Give me a team that wants to take it to the other team instead of playing not to lose.  Minnesota should play not to lose, but not Ohio State.