That was the best insight so far from these guys, I enjoyed it. Kwon will alternate all year.
He read it.
My wife and I had a conversation on how he is handling Spence and agree with you 100%. Not everyone is salvageable but we owe it to those who can be help as part of the buckeye family to try. It sounds like Spence has hit bottom or close enough to admit that he needs help. Distancing ourselves from him would help isolate him when he needs to feel apart of the group as ammunition to fight harder. Urban had to know the critics would be out in force but he did what he thought was right anyway. He let Spence know he was disappointed but still his coach. Recruits should pay attention to this because it is important. Spence should too if he hasn't already.
come on, put it in
I have two daughters, so my headline would read "father kills NFL star".
Urban claims 4-5 spots left, so I wonder if we get another commit if others will follow. I'm excited about Burwell.
They didn't know what they had when he was there.
You need to include all sport because head butting going after the ball in basketball or soccer players colliding. No snow boarding, down hill skiing, hockey, skateboarding, riding a horse or riding in a car. I have no problem with safety but accidents happen. I would be more concerned with untrained fathers trying to win the super bowl in any sport.
Wilhelm putting on Dorsey in the NCG.
Correct, plus the article doesn't say Toledo had 530 yards with 240 on the ground. I'd say we can hurt them running and passing. Their QB is talented but not very mobile so I think some sacks are coming our way.
I should have said at Michigan. He did let Ryan Mallett get away without much attempt to keep him
Somebody give that dog a hug.
To me part of the problem Rich Rod and cHOKE share is that they hitched their wagon to WRs playing QB and refused to unhitch.
We tend to forget that defense is part of the game. They gave up 530 yards to Toledo, 240 on the ground. It was a contest until into the fourth.
That is a very good point. Maybe you should tweet him that.
Samuel for sure
I watched the game this morning and didn't what you are seeing. He throws it hard when he needs to.
Are you referring to arm strength because of our coaches because I haven't seen the lack of that yet. You are right it's still too early to throw him a parade but he has thrown downfield with a tight spiral and zip on the ball.
My response would be that defense was good but they gave a lot during the season and troy and the others defense wasn't shabby either. With Maurice hurt the had very little running attack so he had everything to do with that. 2002 most valuable player so the player themselves thought.
Bauserman #1. No one could equal what he done.
Yea but how about the offense with 2 good QBs and a seasoned line and a year of experience with our weapons. Compete team.
We seem to be the ones that that worry over who starts. As long as rotation is used to get the best out of out players it doesn't matters. That plays out to who gets the most carries. Last year when Hyde came to the sideline play calling was limited but this year next guy up. I like it.
Krenzel made the plays that gave us the NC which the others couldn't. He did just as well in the pros so the talent thing is no point.
I always wondered why I could see open spaces in a crowded field and my teammates couldn't for forty years now. I got it down to one of three things. My father use to drive a hundred miles an hour everywhere he went and out of boredom I use to try to focus my eyes on things as we passed by. It became an obsession and over time I got really good at it which left me with really good peripheral vision. Second we had sulky horses(pacers) and at age 10 it was my job to train them since my dad only had one arm(Korea) and sitting that close to the ground things go by really fast. The thing is as they improved and got faster the extra speed which really seemed like a lot blended in after a few times and seemed as though it was the same as before. Or maybe I was born with it because as I was passing through the line I could sense it a tick before I could actually see it. When I watched Hyde and Clarett find hole when their teammates would run into a pile I wondered if something like what I had was the difference. A bad knee back then was a death sentence for a scholly especially with a bad case of mono so I never could see if was good enough for college. I wish I had seen this earlier because I want some insight on this.