Yeah baby! Dude's a wrecking ball!
Another facet of this game that I think will end up being huge will be Cardale's running ability. Watching all these tv analysts breaking down the game you'd think that Cardale was a highly immobile, pocket qb with no threat to run. While not on the level of Brax or JT, I have a feeling that Cardale will surprise a lot of people with his legs, which Bama has struggled with in the past.
Enjoyed the vid. I've seen too many hype videos for the sugar bowl lately that seem to exclusively use clips of last year's team for some reason, so it was great to actually see awesome plays from this years team
I'd like to see Kwon on the field as much as possible during this game. I wonder how Grant would do as a rush end? He's huge and struggles in pass coverage, so I'm curious as to how he would do walked up on the LOS while Kwon played the mike? Just a thought I've entertained this year
The use of Thomas on quick-hitting slants is a development I've been glad to see this year. He's able to make tough catches and with his size he's not a lock to go down after contact. Not to mention he's got the speed to turn up field and take it to the house
Well this is looking like a total team effort by Cleveland to look shitty. Expected Manziel to have some rookie mistakes but penalties and lack of running game success is really hurting his chances to be effective so far
Great! I've been hoping to see some bama folks show up here. In my experience this site is the best Buckeye forum on the interwebs and I hope that ya'lls can offer some Bama insight! Eleven Warriors has some great insight into Buckeye Nation and I hope that our new Bama members can contribute some quality insight with regards to the upcoming game!
upvote for the great Neil Young reference
Only the 'stache / little chin beard separates the two man-children in the title pic
love it. I think the black shoulder pad numbers will look really fresh on the white
I've been hyped for Marshall sinmce he committed. Also have to throw in Lee. And I'm excited for Erick Smith's future, he's already tearing it up on kickoff
Athens mostly but home is Granville
add Note Dame to the list too
As a bobcat Allie LaForce definitely gets my vote!
I hope not
What a game! Mayhaps the best high school football game I've ever watched. Burrow is a stud.
Ah man this is tough to determine. Sure I'm forgetting a few but:
Batman Begins / The Dark Knight
Star Wars trilogy
Yeah, Watkins immediately came to mind for me as well.
GoT for the win. Probably my favorite poster of the season so far. Go Bucks!
I like scheduling one MAC team to start the season, preferably an in-state school (Ohio, Miami, BG, Toledo, etc) and then a more regional team that's respectable (WVU, Lville, Pitt, Cincy, Kentucky, Notre Dame), and one game that's a fellow national power or SEC school (LSU, USC, Missouri, Tennessee, Oklahoma, Oregon, FSU, you get the idea)
Eh, Licking County produces some good football teams, albeit rather inconsistently. Past few years the Licking County League has definitely been down though. I wholeheartedly agree with Granville being the only competent passing team in the area, although this past year they haven't been able to sling it the way that they have in the past. But teams like Licking Valley, Newark Catholic, and Johnstown have been fairly competitive in the playoffs throughout the years
Yeah Granville didn't stand much of a chance in this one unfortunately
Watched him torch my alma mater in the playoffs Friday night and he was definitely on another level. The OU-bound RB on his team was impressive as hell too. Big game against Tri Valley this weekend for Athens
10) Bosa do a flip after the final seconds tick off that secure an OSU victory