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buckeyeinthechi


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Comment 01 Feb 2017

After watching this offense the past two seasons, DT recruiting IS NOT what we need to work on.

DT recruiting didn't fall asleep at the wheel against MSU last season 

DT recruiting didn't score 0 points in the Playoff game vs Clemson

We'll be fine :)

Comment 15 Jan 2017

Crazy thing is that many people will come to "this" QB Coach's defense and say it's not his fault. 

Our WRs Coach is also a great recruiter.....the coaching/development part is where we struggle.

Comment 15 Jan 2017

The staff is currently the biggest need....so yes, they need all the insight they can get.

Comment 11 Jan 2017

I don't expect perfection, but I do expect a GD POINT IN A PLAYOFF GAME.

Our offense was hideous for MSU/scUM, and somehow pulled off both, and the issues were still there for Clemson. Unacceptable for an Urban Meyer led team.

Comment 01 Jan 2017

Recruiting can only get you so far....How many 4/5 star WRs do we have?

What have we done with them the past 2 years? If you can't coach/develop, getting top notch recruits doesn't mean shit.

Comment 01 Jan 2017

Why does it have to be smooth?

When you get shut-out on the biggest stage and can't even muster 1 point, make it as ruthless as possible. Urban needs to take accountability regardless, he's the CEO.

Comment 01 Jan 2017

If you're WR's can't get open after 12 games, he's not developing them.

Recruiting wise? Yes, he's at the top....but it doesn't mean shit if they can't perform on the field. 

Comment 18 Dec 2016

You're worried about a defense that gave up 42 pts to Pitt and 35 to VT?

Also, Watson had 15 INTs this season I believe....this isn't the same DW we saw last year, he'll make mistakes on Dec 31st.

Comment 14 Dec 2016

If Klay, Stephen and Draymond did this, the media would be saying "they deserve the rest".

Pop and the Spurs do this all the time too, but since he's the beloved coach in the NBA, nobody blinks.

Since it's Cleveland....it's an issue.