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Comment 29 Aug 2015

In my crystal ball ...

JT starts.  He starts killing VTech with the short passing game.  VTech backs off from the line.  Cardale comes in as he now has time to set his feet.  A few long bombs later JT comes back in because VTech is having to play Cover 3 / Cover 4 and JT and Zeke run all over them.

Make this happen!

Comment 29 Aug 2015

Yeah, things are getting pricey.  It's sad that many families can't attend when its $70 per person.  That's part of the reason we had 99,000 people at the Spring game.  

We need kids in the stadium to be able to enjoy a real Buckeye football game and develop the love for it.  I had that privilege when I was a kid.  I think they should have discounted rates for kid's tickets, maybe with a limit of 3 or 4 tickets total for a family.

Comment 28 Aug 2015

A platoon system could work IF they use them unpredictably.

It won't work if JT = zone read and CJ = deep ball. That's too easy for opposing defenses.

Comment 27 Aug 2015

Historically the best offense against the Bear's 50 defense was the 49ers offense under Bill Walsh:  Quick passes like slants and shallow crossing routes.

I'm guessing JT gets the start because he has the touch on the quicker passes.  If VT loads the line with safeties, CJ won't have time to set up and throw a bomb.

Comment 27 Aug 2015

This sucks as he was poised for a breakout year. 

If there is a silver lining, it's probably better to break a bone in practice than to do so in a game. He also can take the year to get ahead on his academics, as Braxton did last year.

Keep your head up, Noah. My prayers for a speedy and complete recovery.

Comment 25 Aug 2015

Playing Army can't hurt from a PR perspective.  We have one of the most prominent brands in US sports and we're playing the US Army team.  

Strength of schedule plays a part in the final rankings, but so does national exposure on TV.  We have the largest CFB fanbase in the country ... then add in all of the present and past Army service persons who will be watching.

Florida Atlantic?  Not so much ...