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Comment 29 Mar 2015

I'm just going to list possible players that could start in 2016 talent wise and need wise most of which will have at least a year in the system. 2013 Baugh, Conley, Burrows, Clark, Lewis, Hill, and Munger. 2014  Lattimore, Erick smith, Campbell, Dixon, Knox, M. Jones, J. Jones, Samuel, McMillion, McLaurin, Brown, Hubbard, Holmes, Webb.  2015 Burrell, Baker, Berry, Conner, Hilliard, Cornell, Prince, Weber, Glover- Williams, and maybe Feder and Landers. 2016  Walker

Comment 17 Mar 2015

This Midwest WR combo of Mack and Layne looks to be 2 of the better receivers coming out of this area in quite some time not including Robert Foster.  I have trouble seeing which one of the 2 is going to be better at the next level.  Both are 6'3", can fly, and are can't miss receivers.  Birm who do you think is the leading candidate for the 3rd reciever spot assuming those 2 follow suit.

Comment 21 Feb 2015

Don't count out Gary yet because there's something this class is going to have that meyer's others haven't had.  Serious big name players across the board, and early recruiting momentum that will continue to grow the closer we get to signing day.  We've got a lot of big names waiting to join until their announcement dates, and a little hardware around the WHAC doesn't hurt either.

Comment 15 Feb 2015

It was Shazier hands down the previous 2 years.  You guys are going to have to break down the term athlete.  Is it in terms of being a stud in multiple sports, how complete of a player it is at their particular position, or how versatile the player is at multiple positions?  Because the answer is different depending upon how you phrase the question.  Names under consideration should be Miller, Bosa, Elliot, Samuel, Lee, Marshall, Grant, Hubbard, Bell, Campbell, Gibson, Holmes, and Mclaurin

Comment 22 Jan 2015

Nope we are thin at the position.  Need more players at the position to build depth.

Comment 18 Jan 2015

Don't forget Terry Mclaurin.  Interesting to see how much time Campbell gets as well.  A lot of speed there at reciever.  Marcus Baugh should see a lot of time at TE.

Comment 09 Jan 2015

Here's the thing I don't understand about Spencer's called incomplete reception.  As a receiver you know wether or not you caught the ball, so if you caught it be emphatic about them calling it incomplete.  Get up and start pointing upstairs, run to Meyer calling for a timeout, show the reception symbol emphatically after you come down with it.  If you act like it's incomplete they are probably not going to review it.  SELL THE CATCH!

Comment 05 Jan 2015

We are 7 point dogs.  And let's not forget the coach that faced the 06 buckeyes is now motivating the buckeyes.  While I do think we have more advantages against Oregon than Bama, the ducks present different challenges.  Bama is more physical and star studded along the OL and DL, Oregon is based conditioning and speed but has run into issues against physical athletic DL's, which describes our line.  The marriotti factor will not allow us to have a let down and a defensive scheme is not based around fear of the opponents speed like the 06 scheme was.  We sat 10 yards of the receivers the entire Florida game and just basically gave them completions underneath all game.

Comment 03 Jan 2015

Such a great coaching job they had the same amount of wins as the previous season.  What a turn around, lol.

Comment 03 Jan 2015

Nothing like TP other than size and similar athleticism.  Gibson can actually throw the ball coming out of hs and he will be a better runner because of his better agility and initial acceleration.

Comment 11 Oct 2013

The TD against Grant was not a lapse on his part but a horrible scheme call.  The QB kept the play alive with his feet on a 3 man rush and grant was unable to stay with the receiver on the slick turf for that long of a play.  Refer to the play before it and look at the huge difference.  We go from a great scheme call to a horrible one.