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Recent Activity

Comment 25 Jul 2016

Victor was just in last years class and is 6'4.  More than enough size.  Grimes in this class as well.  

Comment 15 Jul 2016

Man this makes me even more pumped for Lyle this year.  Everyone in the dude's class bails on him and he sticks it out and has worked his ass off over the summer on his conditioning and in all-star camps across the country.  He took a ton of heat from fans last year who expected him to step in and be the next Patient 0, but i think he is gonna wow some folks this season.  

Comment 14 Jul 2016

Some video (with jet sweep motion used as constraint as well).  Pretty awesome play that I wish we would see more.    

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=buEpYd-nbNI
Comment 14 Jul 2016

That is correct.  However it is by definition a "triple option" play.  Most people get caught up by associating triple option with Navy/GT under center with fullbacks/wings and counters everywhere, however just like every type of play, there are numerous variations.  

Comment 14 Jul 2016

I remember everyone had an aneurysm when Alex left and was replaced by a lowly forum character named Birm.  The next replacement will come in and kill it per usual.  The brand 11W carries weight in recruting circles which is all that really matters.  

Comment 13 Jul 2016

We already do this semi-regularly out of the gun.  Urban utilizefd this much more at Florida with Aaron Hernandez as well.

Comment 11 Jul 2016

Dude Najee Harris is in another stratosphere at the running back position.  Dobbins and Akers are fantastic, but Najee is a once every few years type player.  

Comment 06 Jul 2016

We haven't seen it to a great extent here mainly because we haven't needed to have those conversations.  We would have most certainly seen kids leave this offseason if we didnt lose half our starters to the NFL (only partially exaggerating).  This time next year we will most likely only see 6 or so early entrants so there will need to be more widespread personnell changes made. We have a serious logjam at several positions (mainly WR and OL) so expect to see changes from those groups especially.  

Comment 06 Jul 2016

How you rationalize the numbers is not how Urban handles it.  Many fans around here will get on their high horses, but we will see quite a few kids leave the program this summer/next spring.  We will find a way for 5-6 guys to leave early for the NFL and we will have quite a few players told their standing within the program, and many will not like those conversations.  Thus is college football.  

Comment 01 Jul 2016

Are you familiar with the NBA draft?  Those picks were never going to net anything near the value Mozgov brought to the team the last couple seasons, even with him being benched the whole playoffs.  

Comment 30 Jun 2016

Its awesome.  Sit in the first five rows of the Shoe, awesome highlight videos, coaches/players are pumped.  Like stated earlier I just wish they had a program with bib numbers, but with how often guys flake out it would be tough.  

Comment 29 Jun 2016

Again Steele has OSU as the best team in the Big Ten (and UM not going to a NY6 Bowl).  Bama deserves to be at the top of the list every season until they actually start coming back down to the rest of the college football world.  No one really disrespects Ohio State anymore under Meyer.  We will always be in contention to win the conference but when you lose as many starts as we do going into this year, most people have to assume some type of drop off (myself included).  It's not like people are saying we are going 7-5 this year.  I am growing tired of this sentiment from Buhckeye fans of constantly feeling disrespected and this faux outrage about Bama being crowned every preseason.  When we win 4 titles in 7 years then OSU will get the same hype as Bama, and deservably so.