I think there will be more emphasis on concusion protocals at the high school level, coupled with better helmet technology and instructions on how to tackle to avoid injury. All together it should help the game's longevity. Unfortunately there will always be an injry risk to play football or any sport - that's something that will never leave the game.
Given the enjoyment I got from "Regarding The Hurry Up" forum I'm hoping for a lot more speculation in the coming days that we can all comment on.
Coaching would probably be #1 for me from a football perspective, followed by academics.
1. Ohio State
4. Wildcard (someone that won't start in the top 25)
Navy is one of those teams you can never sleep on - they'll go to the last whistle and play hard throughout. The game never shows up as being a "big" victory during or after a season based on rankings, but anyone who plays them will likely agree it's never, ever going to be an easy win.
Not at this year's game against TTUN.
Looks like KC already got him!
Cardale takes that bet:
God I hope not - haven't the Browns done enough to depress the state of Ohio?
But really I don't see that happening - while Urban will probably love the challenge, the difference between dealing with college kids who are playing because they love the game and want to make it to the next level vs. NFL players who are (rightfully so) taking it seriously because it's their livelihood would take away a lot of the joy in it.
No matter his future he'll always be a Buckeye. Just in case anyone forgot about his athleticism and what he can bring to this team in a number of ways:
That's true - O line recruits might be offended by the term "lean."
Lean Mean 16
That is pretty impressive body control on the first catch. As a freshmen I could barely navigate the hallways with my giant backpack (yeah I was one of those nerds)...
Zeke sees that jump and raises you another:
I thought Gentry got cut?
Sorry I know completely random reference that has nothing to do with the story, but used to watch this movie in college all the time and brought up old memories.
Right, I mean those stops in the red zone against Oregon were huge momentum swings.
All good points - I don't want to take away anything he accomplished this year at all, just that with Bosa, Whitner or anyone that has been a legendary Buckeye defender had good players around him as well.