Yeah, that's an end zone shot from the thrashing of Notre Dame.
Excellent point that could very well influence Hubbard falling short. I'm a total fanboi for Hubbard right now and that is probably causing my rose-colored outlook on him getting to 10.0 because that truly is a big number to reach just looking historically at OSU defensive end production of past seasons. I'm banking on Hubbard's ridiculous talent and physical attributes but also the fact OLs will have to account for three legit pass rushers assuming Hubbard, Lewis and Bosa participate in a rushmen package frequently on passing downs. How well the collective defense stops the run and therefore puts teams in obvious passing situations will also be a big factor.
Yessir, defense next week.
I heard too many stories about Zeke's egomania off the field to include him in my personal list of favorites though I'd never argue with his on field excellence. As for Tatum, I love everything I read about his play etc, but for my criteria, as I mentioned above, I just think it's hard to list a guy as a personal all-time favorite if I wasn't even alive to see/comprehend his play (versus reading, videos, stories from others).
Tatum would definitely be on my list of favorites if it didn't matter in my chosen criteria if I was actually around to witness his exploits live. For me, I just think to call someone an "all time favorite" it's hard to include someone that I only read about, watched videos, or heard stories.
I'd definitely give Doss the nod over Bell as far as overall success as a collegian. Remember though, this list was about "favorite" not necessarily "best". I'm just a big Vonn Bell fan for reasons stated. He just so happened to supplant Doss on my list for variable reasons - not so much straight up results on the field.
Doh! It was 19 points, ya bastards. Fixed.
Thanks for setting me straight on what definitively isn't cool. You sound like the type of guy I'm glad I don't run into at a show so I guess we're both winners.
My bad. Thanks. Fixed.