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BuckeyeMike74


St. Louis, MO (via La Grange, OH)

Member since 29 January 2012 | Blog

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  • SPORTS MOMENT: I was at Len Barker's perfect game in 1981.
  • NFL TEAM: Browns
  • NBA TEAM: Cavs
  • MLB TEAM: Tribe
  • SOCCER TEAM: Meh

Recent Activity

Comment 02 Dec 2016

I do recall some "better" performances, but then again we expect to dominate the mid/lower tier teams on talent alone.   Alabama will be a tougher test than TTUN for Prince and that is a disturbing thought.  In the mean time, would it be asking too much to roll the pocket instead of straight drop backs?  Help the guy out a bit!

Comment 01 Dec 2016

Yes, Decker got abused by Mack, but he seemed to find his footing by the time conference play started, or shortly there after.  Prince has been a turnstile from beginning to end and shows little sign of coming into his own.  I really feel for him because it can't be fun to be an obvious weak link on such a big stage.  I hope this 5 weeks of practice pays off.   If not, the next one or two teams we face will continue to exploit him and further monkey up the offense. 

Comment 12 Nov 2016

Damon Webb II is the best we have?   He is involved in every negative pass play.   And this isn't a new phenomenon....   he has to improve or good teams will exploit the he'll out of him/us.  

PS please don't replace him with Arnette. ;)

Comment 27 Oct 2016

Can you name the future first rounder who schooled Prince last week without looking back or using google?   I can't.   Think his number was 90 but no idea the guy's name.  Not blaming yet holding people responsible is a fine line. 

One stat from spun:

Ohio State RT Isaiah Prince allowed 14 QB pressures vs Penn State—the highest number we have recorded for an individual single player.

— CFB Film Room (@CFBFilmRoom) October 26, 2016

Comment 24 Oct 2016

Yes, that is how it seemed to me.  Scary if that's true.  He will likely be a fine player one day (Taylor Decker started a bit rough too), but poor JT is going to have no time at all until he figures something out.