I thought it was weird when I heard it, but on Scarlet and Grey days J.K. Simmons referred to just the linebackers unit as the silver bullets; probably just the show's error.
Reading thekeyplay, they seem to think we are just like Georgia Tech, a read option team that rarely throws the ball (27 vs 14 pass attempts per game last year). That combined with the 4 receivers not playing, I expect them to sell out to stop the run; loading the box and a lot of cover 0.
But unlike last year, that aggressive defense is going to give us a lot of big plays.
So far I don't really like any of the characters and wouldn't care if any of them died. The only one I'm rooting a little is the nerdy kid with the knife from the school. That's what has me hooked to TWD, I really like the characters and what them to survive.
Interesting there are 4 from the O and only 2 from the D. I would have thought a 3-3 split, but all are very well deserved.
That's not really an apology, they just wished them luck and sent them cupcakes. The cupcakes do look delicious, but I'ld still be pissed if I was a ute.
Noah Brown lost around 20 lbs from last year, so I don't think he would line up at TE anyways. Marcus Baugh will need to step up. He has the talent, but I'm a little worried about the alcohol problems he's had.
I forgot how bad we looked at times last year; Indiana beating us in the 3rd, Penn St ahead in OT. We were turn over machines! I hope we get that cleaned up, it could cost us a game if we don't.
Corey Smith has been inconsistent, but before last year so was Devin Smith.
One of my favorite all time players! A lot of the guys on this list I never watched play, so it's hard to get excited about them, but I remember Winfield very well.
It only takes one bad game. Remember 98, we were the best team but didn't play that way against Michigan St. Winning back to back national championships doesn't happen very often because it's really hard to do.
The more I hear about Harbaugh, the bigger a bust I think he's going to be. A few years from now I bet they wished they had been nicer to Rich Rod.
I liked Kirk until the 100th time I heard him gush about "SEC speed", then a switch flipped in my head and I hated him.
Rhonda did look a little sweet on Perry.
I also saw a Boren Brothers dumpster in Gahanna the other day: it had this pic on the side of it.
When Meyer mentioned Perry possibly playing DE against VT, my 1st thought is he wanted to get Dante Booker on the field.
I'm going to buy a generic #1 jersey!
I thought I read Beck would be calling the plays from the booth and Warinner would stay on the sideline to coach the players as the came off the field. Maybe they haven't gotten it all worked out yet.
As much as I'm looking forward to playing Virginia Tech... that's how much I'm not looking forward to the rest of Ohio State's out-of-conference schedule.
Not me, I love blowouts, no anxiety, I can just relax and enjoy the game.
I was standing watch in the sail of my boat (the part above the water when a submarine is on the surface) and several dolphins where swimming right along side of us, jumping/playing in the bow wake. This was way back in 93 or 94, but a couple months ago I saw some recent pictures of the same thing. I guess that's something dolphins like to do.
I wonder if I can sue my Company Commander from boot camp; he used to yell at me a lot too.
I think they like the smaller/faster LB to play Lee's walkout LB position. Chris Worley's currently backing Lee up and Jerome Baker seems to fit that mold too.
After Perry leaves next year, it will be interesting to see of Booker or Hillard starts.