Kids have their own seasons to worry about and some can't travel during game weekends. No school wants their kids visiting during December and January in the cold states so they proposed this.
Him and Rashard Lawrence at LSU might finally be able to slow down Bama's run game... Prolly not tho
Tyrod Taylor isn't horrible Plays for a horrible team and coach but posted top 10 QBRs his only two seasons being a starter. He also won't be cheap and the Browns will most likely not, and shouldn't, waste money on a QB with a total shitbag roster.
Myers' ranking is irrelevant. Guy has never pass protected in a live game before. He wasn't one who camped around all over the place either, but did hit up a few allstar events and such. Has all the traits of a tackle but I'm sure we will kick him inside, at least initially, where his pass pro technique can be refined.
I feel its almost like over exposure with him since he was so highly ranked so early on. Finding ways to pick holes in his game.
I don't think theres any question we will see more Q run than previous Wilson coached teams. I also think its a certainty that we run JT a bit less. Need better balance.
A lot of successful kids (whether it be athletically or academically) have never had to deal with rejection in their lives. They have grown up being the best of everyone they know and when they expose themselves to more and more people, the realization that they aren't the best hurts them.
If JT is at his best running the ball 25 times per game, then he simply shouldn't be our starting QB. JT ran the ball more than 20 times only once in 2014 when he had by far his best season, compared to 4 times this season. QB run will always be around under Urban as it should be, but we will continue to struggle against elite defenses by settling for JT's legs as our security blanket. Don't be fooled, Kevin Wilson didn't come here to call 40 zone reads and 20 designed QB runs/ every game.
I am most intrigued to see what we do with the QB Run game moving forward. That is not a major staple of a Kevin Wilson offense and he has mainly worked with pocket passers (Jason White, Sam Bradford, Nate Sudfeld). Urban's favorite play is the QB run so hopefully we have a nice balance where JT actually only carries the ball 10-12 times a game to not only keep defenses honest, but keep JT fresh down the stretch.
In reality our RB depth is pretty thin. No one outside of Weber will have ever played a down at the college level. Dobbins is coming off injury and although should be 100% soon, you can't expect him to come in immediately and have a huge impact. You also can't assume you will land guys in next years class this early. Every year big time guys say we lead and they slip away - thats just recruiting. If the staff thinks hes OSU worthy, and thats the question here, they need to pull the trigger.
Obviously the University didn't clear him to enroll. It's a shame but I think landed in a good spot with Fick. I'm sure he will get his chance to play QB now.
Looked great at FNL this year before he got hurt. He and Tyjon were to me the clear top two receivers at the event this year. And obviously both excel at very different things.
To be fair so does Zach Smith lol
You know who else was a low rated RB recruit out of Columbus with a "slow" 40 time and 6'1 220? Le'Veon Bell.
Burrows received a medical hardship last year.
Ward has played pretty darn well early on in his career. I think he makes the big jump we have seen the last few years by all of our corners and locks down CB1
Won't really speculate on CB2. Everyone assumes Sheffield but he has never played a meaningful down of college ball. He, Arnette, Okudah and Wade will battle it out for that spot.
Norwood, Davis, Burns and Wint are relative unknowns at this point. Williamson and Riep redshirt.
Dame Webb will start again and hopefully he improves.
Jordan Fuller vs Erik Smith will be a great battle. Have heard Smith has progressed slowly from his injury but hopefully he fully recovers in the offseason. Regardless I think Fuller can play nickel as well.
Bama's starting front four is soo much better than anyone else in CFB that's why. Bosa would barely be cracking the rotation at Bama. You are discrediting their talent pool based on the dominance of their starters.
I am also in no way saying our depth is poor (we will have the deepest front four in football next season). I started by saying Bama did not lose because of a lack of depth in their front four and having big athletic DT's is not a disadvantage.
Buddy he's playing behind a top 3 pick in Jonathon Allen.
Battled injuries early on. He's a bit of a tweener as well and Jones/Hamilton have clearly beaten him out at the 3-tech spot.
Um remember Da'Shawn Hand the top 5 national recruit from 2014? He doesn't start and would be drafted in the top two rounds of the NFL draft if he left early. Bama lost the game because they went 0-13 to finish the game on third downs. When you give the best QB in the country that many at bats against an average secondary, this is the end result. Clemson had 92 yards rushing while averaging 2.2 ypc. Doesn't sound like the front sevens fault to me.
Did you actually just say Bama didn't have any depth in their front seven? Jesus Christ
Wanted to come in here and hate on PSU but they bring back a ton. Lose their best receiver in Godwin who declared early but bring Gisecki back. McSorley and Barkley back. A more experienced offensive line. Good kicker. We obviously have more talent and would be favored to beat them but I can't really bitch too much with them being listed #1.
This is not a good take. Bama was one second away from their 5th title in 8 years. They had the best front seven in college football, again. They roll 10 deep with little drop off. Bama lost because they have a very suspect secondary and their best safety was out due to injury on top of that. Also they can't throw the ball with any consistency.
Don't do it, Trust me you won't like what you see. I usually watch every game but didn't even tune in for the Minnesota game.
If the kid honestly thinks Nebraska will better utilize his skills - then maybe, just maybe this one might work out in favor of the Buckeyes after all.