Good points but I would still call ttun the favorite. They have just flat out played better so far this year.
Excellent analysis. Thanks for the great info.
If they pull this out, I really hope they drop in rankings
ttun, Washington all look better
Sorry but they do not deserve to be ranked #2
That's just bad
Best of luck. Hope you have much success in the SEC
Considering the white out crowd, I'm thinking 31-27 good guys. I will be glad when this one is over.
If Schiano stayed in college, I would think he would be a great fit at PSU. I wouldn't want to see it but he would do well there. I've never heard whether he would prefer college or back to the NFL.
Has Urban ever fired one of his assistants?
Agree it was a bad move to make the tweet but for a coach to bring it up is even worse. Wisconsin coach should take the high road and not comment or make nuetral comment and wish the recruit good luck.
Looks like getting Samuels outside one on one with linebacker would be fun to see
That is the key ...lock them in before Saban, Meyer , bigger school can offer them.
I see early signing as a benefit to smaller schools but not to the players.
After the 2015 season and the mixed reviews this season, I'm not sold on OSU passing game. If a team can stop the run, then OSU is in trouble as noted in the past.
I'm uncomfortable seeing the old QB run when things get tense.....
wow....defense plan...stop Ohio State run = Win
He would bring in a top 5 recruiting class at LSU.
Great article. Really enjoy the analysis and videos.
Please keep up the great work!
To be honest, he would be a good fit at Penn St. He knows the area from his Rutgers days. I would bet he would bring in some high ranked recruiting classes.
I really do not like Penn St and would hate to see it happen.
I read that Schiano was the exception and only did a year to year deal.
I'm cautious to get too excited. There have been a lot of bad passes and dropped passes the first two weeks that prevented some big plays.
As an untrained observer, it sure seems the best approach to stop OSU offense is to stop the run. OSU just doesn't seem to beat you with passing game unless the running game is working first.
How does that work? They just lose their scholarship?
Does anyone have a summary of how OSU is going to make room for all the potential incoming recruits? I'm curious how this is going to work out.
Tulsa is going to move the ball and score some points. They have an experienced QB and a couple good receivers. OSU D-line needs to put some pressure on him.
Bowling Green had several dropped passes and protected their QB well against OSU so certainly some things for OSU to work on this week.
The concern is the backup for McMilan and backup for Booker. Backups have no experience and coming off injury. Hope they are healthy as I hope all players recover well from injury.
How are they gonna have enough scholarships for the class size that is potentially coming in? I just don't see how its gonna work...just curious how it all falls into place.