Between Braxton, JT & Cardale, I think what excites me the most is talent like that has to get quality reps. That means that in games against Rutgers when we have 55 at the end of the 3rd qtr, a new QB comes in & the defense has to change their entire approach even though they're already betting destroyed. And the game finishes with us scoring 80.
Damn, that's crazy. I literally walked right in front of that place today. I had no idea that happened but my friend Jordan works there. I know I'm probably going to hell for this, but I can't lie & say that it isn't a bit funny but that's yet to be determined.. Commence checking Facebook for details.
We badly need a Center.. I'm pretty sure that winning the rebounding battle is just about as important as scoring more points than the other team.
Happy birthday sir. I'm 22 but I found everything you said to be pretty enlightening and useful, so thanks for that.
From everything I've read Toronto is the place to be. I looked at a rendering of their future skyline the other day & I really feel like they're ready to give New York City a run for their money.
I was reading about the Edmund Fitzgerald & other great lakes ship wrecks the other day. This is certainly the most interesting thing I've seen today, unless I happen to see a squirrel between now and midnight. Lol
I've said it before & I'll say it again: I'm a Teddy Bridgewater fan.
Unless Samaje Perine ends up ruining it for everyone...
As much as we like to complain, ESPN's rankings have been very kind to OSU commits
Great problem to have. Personally, I can see QB depth being this strong as long as Meyer is here. Meyer never had Tom Herman at Florida, yet still had Tim Tebow & Cam Newton for atleast a year.
I predicted 12-0 for 2012. I predicted 12-0 for the regular season last year. But I also said 10-2 for this year... So take it with a grain of salt, but I can't see anyone who can logically beat us next year. Logic doesn't always determine football games unfortunately, but we have so many weapons.
That's terrible. I feel bad for him, I hope the game doesn't end up messing with whatever time he has left. If so I wouldn't even mind if we had to roll with Jalin at QB. I'm simply happy to have beat Bama honestly.
Here's a good one: You find out one day that Santa Claus was real & abducted by aliens. The next day you wake up & your eyebrows are gone. The you find out that Santa was sneaking into your room every night to draw eyebrows on your forehead so you wouldn't feel different because you never had eyebrows in thw first place. Mind = BLOWN
I'm proud of the way we came out & showed those asshats what it feels like to not only lose to a Big Ten Team, to not only lose to "Urban Cryer", but to meet a fanbase who isn't afraid to give them a taste of their own ignorant medicine.
I've always wanted those gray stripes back. Nike brought them back the right way for sure. These jerseys have my vote to be the new standard jerseys.
I'm gonna get hung for this, but Jim Harbaugh was my favorite coach in the NFL. I feel that the Nfl is a players league, whereas the NCAA is a coaches league. In my opinion, there are very few coaches in the NFL whose presence alone can turn the fortunes of an entire franchise for the better. In the past decade you think of Belichik, Cowher & Gruden as examples of this theory. He may have had a bad season this year, but 3 straight Nfc championship games & a super bowl appearance is nothing to joke about. Harbaugh has my respect & like him or not, UM will likely be better under his direction.
I recently saw that Damien Harris had us in his top 3 with Bama & Kentucky. On a scale of 1-100, where would you rate our chances of landing him?
Idk man. If Urban has taught us anything, it's that an angry football team is a dangerous football team. But some trash talk in the pregame should let them know we mean business. Notre Dame practically layed down in the pregame tunnel as the Tide walked by in 2012.
Perhaps it's nothing more than a reference to the average obese southerner
Joey Bosa is my favorite Buckeye, but after seeing how he spelled Mark May completely wrong, I'm guessing he didn't come to play school
I know from some Instagram browsing that his son is pretty fond of Kentucky
That coach up north if they hire him
All I can think of is our very own 2006 Ohio State Buckeyes. We had plenty of talent too. Maybe not quite as deep as Bama, but in my opinion we were close. On defense we had a Nagurski award winner, a Thorpe award winner, a Thorpe Award semi-finalist, a top 10 NFL draft pick at DE & other D-Linemen who made NFL rosters. On offense we had a Heisman Trophy winner, 2 first round WR's, a 2nd round WR and a future solid pro in Brian Hartline. We also had a solid RB in Pittman with a future first rounder in Wells backing him up. And don't forget that Ginn also returned kicks & punts, few at the college level have ever done it better than Ginn. Special teams under Tressel were always solid & obviously the coaching too as we had The Senator. The point is we had a lot of ways to hurt opposing football teams on both sides of the ball. We were ranked the #1 team in the country the entire season & beat the #2 ranked team twice in the regular season plus some other wins against ranked competion. Strength of schedule was pretty good. In my opinion, after taking all of what I just said into account, we sure sounded like a damn superteam if you ask me. But superteam or not, we got destroyed by an underdog led by our very own Urban Meyer. QB may be a slight Issue, but Jones proved he could at least manage the game. Bama has won plenty with game managing QB's. We also happen to have a pretty nasty d-line too just like that 06 Florida squad. Yes Bama has talent, but don't underestimate our own talent, especially after all those bowl practices we get to take advantage of. I believe we have the talent in the trenches required to defeat this team, the battle in the trenches will be key.
That was supposedly Brian Bosworth