and that hokey coach up north doesn't feel any pressure, say what you will these guys are great comedians
Jashon you are most welcome to Buckeye nation. and i think Alex Malzone needs to reconsider how he'll be feeling after leaving columbus with the defense Meyer is putting together.
what day is it ? i need to know how long i've been watching this gif.
the only really interesting thing about being at the boarder classic was watching Smith, most of the game they treated his side of the field like a black hole and then when they threw his way it looked like he killed the reciever for a second. you can count me in with Meyer i'm really looking forward to seeing what he can do.
a few years ago my uncle was at the UM medical center for cancer treatment and my mom and i went up to visit him. and let me just say, you can get some sideways looks walking around the campus in ann arbor wearing every piece of OSU clothing the weather allows when it's not a football Saturday.
it's called a positive feedback loop,,,, and it sucks.
i knew they were good! but those stats are gaudy. love seeing them pushing TTUN around on paper as well as real life.
BTW i'm gonna cry myself to sleep when Warriner is no longer the O Line coach.
i wasn't trying to harp on Reeves, i just like that the corners are taking to the new defensive attitude so well, and it sounds like they all put a lot of work into spring practice so if that translates on the field for all the young guys they could split reps fairly evenly and keep guys fresh.
100% agree the coaches seem to like Grant Reeves Apple and Conley no reason to tire out your players and hamper the development of the underclassman if they're ready for meaningful reps.
i know the spring game doesn't mean much because everybody was split up and not all the starters played, but watching it in person was great! there was a reason that the quarterbacks looked bad, they're both young and there were no gimme passes for them to make to bail them out.
just speculation but the starter tag might not mean much at corner, if there are four guys who can execute i think four guys will get reps.
i feel bad for thinking this way but it's gambling right now, do you cut your losses and trade him or should you double down and play out your hand by keeping him ? i think it'll all depend on the offer! if they're not gonna get anything for him might as well play it out. as long as they have a plan to disassociate themselves if he screws up again.
It will be done so on a sport-by-sport basis with an examination of rosters in football, boys and girls basketball, baseball, softball and boys and girls soccer.
the way i read it this will effect all of the major sports if they're recruiting from other districts.
saved themselves an aneurysm watching last years D.
i count three suns and a crotch that all get the same lighting ! i wonder what Freud would have to say about that.
as of right now 11% of the people voting on this don't know anything about football ! the recievers aren't gonna save you if a third rate quarterback can torch your secondary all day.
i think you missed the point of the argument ! everybody loves watching miller run the ball but this is a spread offense, if the QB doesn't get the ball in the hands of other playmakers on the perimeter and downfield then the defense can stack the box and those huge running lanes never exist.
this makes two of my fovorite buckeyes on my least favorite NFL team, i don't know how to feel.
best tweet ever.
good video, i honestly forgot how good he could be after last year.
i'm not sold on Gibson, i'd like to have something other than just saying he'll learn how to throw before tagging a guy as a five star QB. .
you're either trolling or you're an idiot
i like him a lot more than i like Gibson, our offense needs somebody to distribute the ball not just run with it.
i think as a team we'll be better if his rushing yards are limited because he's focusing on distributing the ball to other playmakers and staying healthy, but Damn he's fun to watch.
Ask Alabama if the kicker position is still underappreciated to them.