Doesn't sound crazy to me. You've got to do what you've got to do. ;-)
Braxton is all Buckeye. I knew he would come back next year. Get yourself right young man. You will be kicking a$$ again soon enough.
Meanwhile, let's not count ourselves out just yet. They are not just handing out scholarships to anyone to play quarterback at Ohio State. J.T. just might have a little something to show everyone this year. ;-)
I am interested to see how Herman calls games this year. Will he go into a conservative shell? Or will he trust his players to make plays?
I can understand why he would ride Miller and Hyde last year due to their exceptional ability, but to become a complete team we need to use all of the weapons available. The play calling was a bit predictable and conservative.
His career isn't over. Braxton can redshirt and play next year.
Yep. I've had a crapper of a day myself and this just caps it off....
You have got to be freaking kidding me........
You and me both...
Hyde shot the gap on the lead block on that play and put his man on his a$$.
There is no doubt in my mind that if Hyde was carrying the ball on that play he would have got a first down. He would have hit the hole with authority instead of trying to run laterally.
I am still scratching my head as to why Herman would call a edge play to the short side of the field. Miller could have outran his man if he had enough room.
Last year's WRs were the best blocking group of receivers I can remember.
Yes they were!
Pure badassery... I know that's not a real word, but that was the first thing that came to mind to describe that run.
You took the words right out of my mouth. ;-)
God bless all of you military men and women and the sacrifices you make to selflessly serve our country. You all are awesome.
I'm so poor I couldn't afford to get there if I had tickets.
How I wish we still had smooth jazz....
He probably should have been covering Watkins in the Orange Bowl. He would have done better than the secondary.
Sam Wyche's no-huddle offense, the origins of Bill Walsh's west-coast offense, and the zone-blitz out of Dick Lebeau's 3-4 defense were created in Cincinnati.
Unfortunately those things were used to win Super Bowls elsewhere.
Agree. Let EZE heal up and get back to 100%. There is no reason to jeopardize his season. There are plenty of guys that can step in and carry the load.
Losing El Guapo hurts, but it may not turn out to be a bad thing if it forces them to spread the ball around. That would be my only complaint about Herman's play calling last year. But if you have a stud like Hyde I can see why Herman called games the way he did.
Also I am curious to know how the 5* Dunn is reacting to being passed up by the younger 4* EZE.
I agree. Screw Notre Dame.
No one hates you man. Don't be dramatic.
As far as long-winded comments, if I see a comment that is extremely long I just scroll right passed it. There are so many other people posting that I simply don't have time to read something that long. I don't drag a laptop around with me, so I access this site and comment from my phone.
I appreciate comments that are short and straight to the point. The absolute opposite of this one. ;-)
A Carlton GIF is always an up-vote from me. Unfortunately I can't double up-vote you for the Carlton-on-Carlton use of the GIF. Well played.... Well played....
Terrible news... I was so looking forward to seeing him play. God Bless you young man, and I hope you have a speedy recovery. Keep the attitude you have and you will be back on the field in no time.
If you feel you have to lay your hands on your woman, it's time to go. Get away from her. The relationship is obviously toxic.
The difference between a 4.7 and a 5.0 40 is the blink of an eye.
Speed isn't everything. Jerry Rice ran a 4.71. That's not exactly world class speed. He used his intelligence to beat defenses.
Just give me a bunch of smart kids that understand the game of football. I don't care what their star ranking is. We have Mr. Mariotti to mould them physically.
Yep... Sad to say that a Michigan man wasn't as dumb as Marvin Lewis to pass him up. That says a lot about Mavin Lewis who is still trying to figure out how to win a playoff game after 11 years while Harbaugh has already been to a Super Bowl. Genius at work....