That's what's wrong with people. They don't want to even attempt to see it from another man's point of view. I've always been a firm believer of the saying "never judge a man until youve walked a mile in his shoes."
He complied...... oh wait
No such thing as a former Marine, Rah!!!
Its not as much fear as being haters. They wont be the playoff anytime soon.
Curtis is gonna make a lot of teams regret they didn't take him in the 1st round and he made it past day 1. Carolina with an absolute steal.
Tore that ass up!
It doesn't mean coaches are perfect though, that armchair coach might know a thing or two about football. Theyre coaches, not Gods and they're sure as heck not perfect. Definitely one of the greatest coaches of all time but it doesn't mean he doesn't have areas he can improve upon.
Gotta get Marcus the ball more, seriously has the potential to be the best TE in the country.
I think we have great coaches no doubt but I think the emphasis of recruiting true athletes with the combination of Mickey Marrotti is definitely behind a lot of pumping out NFL talent. Look at guys like Curtis Samuel, Josh Perry, Raekwon, and all the other guys who put on some serious mass and don't lose a step or even get faster, you've got guys without much on field production still getting drafted. Marrotti is Urban's true secret weapon.
Marshon and Gareon. Really rooting for Gareon.
Polygraph is a respectable way to tell if someone in the general public is telling the truth but it is easily deceived if someone knows what they are doing, especially police officers and federal agents who are familiar with it. Either way, I think Conley is completely innocent and the woman (if you can call her that) should be charged to the fullest extent of the law once he is cleared.
And how exactly do they disagree. I have yet to see Lattimore out of the top 10 and he is higher than Conley on virtually every mock draft. The only reason they would think twice of taking Conley over Lattimore is potential injuries. I can count on one hand the times Lattimore was burned all season and virtually every time he was, it was a perfect pass and ball placement. Plus he's a more willing to come up in the run.
Conley has the potential to be a solid contributor at the next level, still don't think he's on Lattimore's level. Lattimore is the type of guy to start and have an impact from day 1 and a lockdown kind of guy.
Semper Fi, sir!
Sorry but Fickells not gonna steal him from tOSU and Urban Meyer.
Love affair? Is there something about you we should know? :p
No way that Samuel falls to the third round, once he runs that 40 and his vertical, he's going first round.
My boys need to pick up Lattimore. He's the best corner in America and he'll go higher when they see how he can run and jump.
You might have an argument if the receivers were getting open. Still had a QB rating of 148 and above those last three games, what's your point? He looked GREAT passing the ball in 2014, go watch some highlights. Also the playcalling from that Minnesota game was very conservative.
I agree, I just think very little of that is JT's fault. The play calling set him up for failure, his O-Line was weak, his receivers were weak and its obvious he lost confidence and regressed. His coaching seemed off, I mean the kid looked like one of the best passers in the nation in 2014 and just hit the wall this year. Definitely has the potential to be a great PASSING QB with the right support, coaching and playcalling.
I think everyone's forgetting how much of an amazing O-Line coach Warriner is. He might've not been the best play caller but go easy on him, eh? He's done a lot for Buckeye Nation and we forget that he did rightfully earn that promotion. Whether or not he wants to take a demotion back to O-Line is his decision but Warriner just needs some time there and I have no doubt he'll improve as a play caller with a couple seasons under his belt. With that being said, hopefully we retain him as an O-Line coach but hopefully he isn't the one calling the plays if he stays.
Hopefully he fires himself
Anyone think the loss influenced his decision at all? Either way, next man up :(
1) Beck is pathetic.
2) Beck is pathetic.
3) Beck is pathetic.
4) Beck is pathetic.
5) Beck is pathetic.
Hardly any north/south running, hardly any zone read, pure garbage for offensive playcalling. Its hard to develop your QB when you give him garbage options and never let him throw down field, he becomes rusty. JTB used to be great but sadly has regressed since Herman has been gone. Barrett wasn't sharp but he has been let down time and time again by his receivers not getting open and dropping passes when they actually do. The line was fairly weak tonight and Barrett has the potential to be a great player. It could have been Peyton Manning back there tonight but with that play calling and weak line and receiver play we wouldn't have won. Major props to the defense, their heart and resolve showed through all the way till the end tonight and at one point it seemed like they were playing for each other and pride, I was happy to never see them quit even though they had every reason to. Need an O-Line revamp, WR need some serious coaching and need to get rid of Beck. JTB has the potential to be a great quarterback unfortunately it is probably the coaching that has caused him to regress. Its a tough loss but remember its just a damn game, and we will be back. Keep the negativity to a minimum.