Unleash the Braxton
He could shoot better than Shannon Scott
I kind of wish we still had Amadeo de la Valle, then we could have d'angelo delavalle Tate kbd and slam as a starting 5. I think this would make for a more exciting game than what we've been seeing lately.
Unhappy valley. Go bucks!
If our worst fears are realized and he can't throw anymore, where should he play when he comes back? WR/H? Kick/ punt returns?
Does anyone know how our QBs compare to the other B1G QBs? Is J.T. in the top 3 or 4?
I hope Steve Kerr will spend a lot of time working with Aaron on his shooting.
After watching that Hyde highlight again I still can't believe that he wasn't picked up in the first round.
sounds like we're getting a new 7-footer
Does anyone know who replaced coach Johnson at PSU? Will be interesting to see how their D line plays.
I'm cautiously optimistic for next season. I'm hoping the young players will seize the opportunity be great.
I think most hope for the NBA but are OK with getting payed to play in Europe. I think this is especially the case with those that leave early and hire an agent, otherwise if they had an NBA or bust mentality, they wouldn't hire an agent and would go back to school for another year. If some people are out there saying you could go in the first round or late second round, then I'm not sure they would regret their decision. LQR doesn't strike me as someone who loves being in school (pure speculation on my part).
Right. I missed Sully.
This off-season is the first one in recent memory when I feel like we don't have a proven scorer waiting in the wings. When ET left, DT was coming up. When DT left, LQR was ready to take over. Now LQR is leaving and it's not clear who will fill the void.
Excited to see how good this D-line will be this fall.
Great summary of the season. The fact that we won 20 something games this season is kind of surprising considering our deficiencies.
Great stuff, but way over my head.
It feels like forever since we had a good bowl win. :(
I always enjoyed seeing him hit those 3s. Every time he took a shot I felt pretty good that it would go in. I didn't have the same feeling with LSJ or Scott. When they launched it I would cringe.
The way is paved for Troy Smith's return.
Love Brax, but if I had to choose between Brax & Troy to lead an NFL team I would give the edge to Troy.
I get smarter every time I read Ross's posts.
As this season comes to a close, will next years Basketbucks be better, worse or about the same?
I am a little worried because of the apparent lack of leadership. Who's going to step up and be a leader for a team that will welcome a lot of young talent? My initial guess is Shannon Scott, but I would really like to see LQR take a big leap in this department (for his sake).
Will these young guys respect the older guys who can't put the ball in the basket?
Diebler was a certified gym rat from the stories I've read about him. He was always in the gym putting up shots at all hours of the night and would get teammates to do the same. I don't know if there's anyone on this team that is like that. Let's face it 3-time academic all americans are not in the gym past midnight working on their shot. I don't know what med school Craft wants to attend, but if it's not OSU, then he's probably studying for the MCAT, not to mention the fact that he's engaged.
I know there are challenges to being a student athlete, but the really elite guys are always working on their game. We were really fortunate to have some of these guys like Evan Turner and Diebler. Didn't ET dribble around campus w/his left hand the off-season before he started playing PG?
I don't know what the issue is with this team, maybe they are working really hard behind the scenes, but it doesn't show offensively. Maybe it's unfair to compare them to those other guys, but maybe it's not coaching as much as it is attitude and work ethic. When you put in the hard work, you get confidence in your shot.
I miss all those guys from that team. Buford, Lighty, Sullinger... :(