Coach Meyer definitely sets the tone and is the overseer. But the work that the assistant coaches are doing is completely amazing. Go Bucks!
It's hard to remember that these are 16-17 year old kids. I wouldn't have known my a** from my elbow at that age.
Some smart kids. Come on down to the Horseshoe!
It will be great to see one more year of Kelsey on the court. She's a once in a generation player.
And kudos to her for wanting to finish her education. Go Bucks!
The fact that we can draw this level of talent from as far away as California speaks volumes about the power of the Ohio State brand and the efforts of the coaching staff.
Good luck in The Opening, young Buckeye!
For every detractor/hater that would label Maurice as a thug, just listen to him speak or read what he writes. He's an extremely intelligent, thoughtful and caring person.
Keep on going, Mo. You're always a Buckeye.
Well, Earle freaked out when he saw Urban's offense for the first time. The irony is that Urban is running the same Woody Hayes plays, just from a spread formation.
I can't wait to meet them in AA. Interpret that as you wish.
Hopefully we can get some of these kids in for the Spring Game.
Can't wait for the spring game!
I don't want us to be like TTUN fans and anoint summer Heismans and championships, but I'm excited to watch this group of kids.
It is truly amazing that TOSU can attract talent from far away, out of the PAC 12's backyard, sight unseen.
This Buckeye Nation. It is large. It is everywhere.
Meanwhile, in Ann Arbor, Jim Harbaugh is planning a sleepover trip to Las Vegas in a Motel 6.
I think Urban, like all of the coaches before him adheres to the Woody principle. There are 3 things that can happen when you throw the ball and only 1 is good. If you can run all over an opponent, stick with the run. There's no need to pass.
Where Urban is different is that he will pass the ball based on numbers. 1 or 0 safeties back = play action pass. But if it's 4th and 1 we will still run it. Ohio State will never be a pass-first offense like the SF 49ers, simply because we historically have had the linemen and RBs to run the ball effectively.
You make a fair point.
Kevin Wilson only has limited control. He can influence which WRs and TEs are on the field but he can't make them catch. He isn't the QB coach. Those positions could thrive or still struggle.
The best he can do is to oversee the organization of the offense and make timely play calls, but it's up to the players and position coaches to execute within the plan.
That's why they're paid the big bucks. The OSU coaches have a personal relationship with all of the recruits and players and their families. It's that attention to detail that brings all the families into the fold.
Or hiring a recruit's parents. LOL
30 national f**ing championships? These Buckeyes need a parade.
Kids are going to consider their options before committing. No real news here.
Hopefully the combo of Meyer, Wilson and Day will convince Emory to stay with the Good Guys.
However, we are The Ohio State Buckeyes. Take it to the domers, ladies!
I'm a golf fan. Jason Day seems like a class act. Best wishes for his mother.
I'm glad that TOSU has the resources to help.
In downtown Seattle?
A great endorsement for those recruits making up their minds on which school to attend.
So the Browns have discovered the secret that the Steelers have known for years. Just draft some Buckeyes, dammit.
I agree with you that a better logo could help (I'm a graphic designer by trade).
It's difficult with the Browns, though, as they are named after a specific person. Maybe a brown bear?
It looks like coach Day is already having an impact on JT. He seems to be throwing with more zip on the ball.
Joshua Perry for President!
I miss that guy. He was such a great representative for the team and the university. He still is I guess, but selfishly we can't see him on Saturday anymore.