That's ridiculous. Nobody should ever be treated like that.
As the Ohio State offense continues its assault on scoreboard operators...
Brilliant line there Kyle
I agree that he probably would have been better served avoiding that hit, but otherwise that was an excellent play. He did a pretty good job of avoiding hits on his other runs, and he's a solidly built guy, so I'm not really too bothered about it.
I was impressed at how calm he was all game, especially on that play. Timed his run so well he almost ran in a straight line.
I don't think they ran a whole lot up the middle, and when they did it was a lineman that got them. At least that's how it seemed to me
That improvement in defense is fantastic over last year, and it looks like the offense has held steady overall while climbing in the pass. Still a lot of football to be played, but results over the past four games can't be ignored.
To be fair, I don't think think Rutgers could be accurately described as bad. Average, perhaps, but I wasn't thinking they looked like a bad team.
It's just a flesh wound!
Gave up a couple chunks, but most of the iffy stuff was on the second string guys, and even then it wasn't really too bad. Glad they got the reps and could learn.
J.T. Barrett over the past four games: 71.7% 1170 YDS, 17 TD 1 INT (which wasn't his fault), 45 rush 263 YDS (5.84 YPC), 3TD.
DBs look funny trying to tackle Cardale.
I like that they went for it, although it probably wouldn't have hurt to have Nurnberger take a kick for the sake of reps.
Eh, 5/6 isn't too bad, especially with some substitutions on the O-line for the last one.
Just a hair over 61% right now. Not as good as the past few games, but still not too bad.
Curtis Samuel is NOT going out of bounds.
Man, props to their receiver #4, that was a nice steal of what should have been a pick.
Reminds me of this one:
The defense/the punter from down under made up for the seventh.
Barrett making this Rutgers D-line look like fools. Also, solid work by the O-line.
I don't care what anyone says about Rutgers, the Buckeyes are looking darn good.
I am thoroughly impressed by Darron Lee.
I'll take that all day.
Urban cracks me up with how he talks in pressers. His words convey urgency or excitement, but his tone rarely does. Also, bringing back the vest would probably be the funniest/best thing to ever happen in college football.
I really like the way he plays. I find it less stressful to watch Barrett than Miller, mostly because of his style of taking exactly what the defense will give him. Miller seems to more often look for the big play, and while he has certainly made his share of the big plays, deep passes would sail often enough that it made me nervous when he threw one. Gotta love them both though. Both are very talented and classy guys.