I ran into a fellow Ohioan from Cleveland last week at lunch, who is working as a police officer down here in BG KY, he saw my Ohio State gear so we struck up a conversation. I asked him if he knew about 11warriors, and he said he is a follower.
This website is strong.
F**k a bunch of that...
Here is the thing, once you promote a guy like Warinner to OC, it's going to be hard to sell him on a demotion.
Maybe he will see what his limitations are and ask to go back to offensive line coach, but I highly doubt it. More than likely, if they want to upgrade at OC they will probably have to do it at the expense of having Warinner on the staff.
Have you been puffin the magic dragon Focker?
I said this last year and got torched for it. Everyone said Meyers offense wouldn't work without it.
You don't need the quarterback to run, you just need him to be a threat to run. When things break down take off and turn it into a positive play.
A running quarterback doesn't make this offense lethal, the passing game makes this offense lethal. When the Bucks were able to stretch the field with Cardale, this offense was unstoppable.
Instead of using the run to set up the pass, they need to use the pass to set up the run. Teams load the box and play within ten yards of the football, and dare the Bucks to throw. They may be able to get away with running into that against a bad team, but that isn't going to get it done against a good team.
They beat Alabama because they didn't think the Bucks would throw against them with a third string quarterback. They did, and they won.
This is no great secret, and it baffles me that Meyer continues to allow the passing game to deteriorate.
With as much talent that is on this team, they should be able to throw the ball all over the yard.
Michigan is going to blitz, and blitz hard until the Bucks can prove they can stop it.
If this team doesn't add some quick passing plays to exploit the middle of the field instead of picking at the edges, the Michigan D is going to stay condensed...and it will be a long day.
I doubt he would stay for a fifth year, because he is never going to play any meaningful reps.
Proof? You can't handle the proof!
JT can't even hit open recievers or make the right reads on running plays, and you want him to call the plays? Genius...
If Cardale had taken that loss Saturday fans would have been screaming for a public execution. JT loses and fans want him to call the plays. Un-fucking believable...
You can't be one dimensional against good teams. They better get it figured out and quick.
His friends call him "Wolf."
He's not cool enough for Gwar.
No doubt that Sparty won the line of scrimmage. In an interview with one of their defensive players, they said that they kept expecting the Bucks to pass, but they didn't. And a one dimensional team.is pretty easy to defend.
According to the film, JT was terrible...inaccurate and missing reads. He was so bad that they couldn't trust him to throw, and Sparty just pinned their ears back and brought pressure with complete disregard for the passing game. JT was a shell of himself.
Yep. Whenever it's an empty set and Vannett motions into the backfield to block...quarterback keeper.
Let's remember, even MENSA Tom Herman had some game plans that were total head scratchers.
As a matter of fact, his offense was very vanilla and devoid of a passing game for the most part until after the Virginia Tech loss. That is when they finally took the handcuffs off and started opening things up.
If the Bucks played that shitty at home on senior day, I can't bear to think of how bad it is going to be on the road in a hostile environment.
What seemed inconceivable at the start of the year may become reality. This team may very well get swept by the state of Michigan...
This has been an all around shitty week for me. First, I find out I have a herniated disc in my neck and have a torn rotator cuff, then, after 2 1/2 months of not seeing either one of my favorite football teams lose, the last seven days my Bengals have lost twice and my Buckeyes.
I couldn't even watch the Bengals tonight because I knew they were going to lose to freaking Carson poo poo, and I swear to God, if the Buckeyes lose to Michigan next Saturday, I will be one miserable sonofabitch to be around.
I agree, but the true wide recievers that were brought in haven't seen the field. Let some of these freshman play.
I know they are trying to get all of these players the ball, I just don't think they have gone about it the right way. They haven't really added any new dimension to the offense. It's the same formations and the same plays. You can tell what they are going to do by the way they line up.
Yes he is.
Yeah, he has been a little banged up, but he has been out there playing reciever, but I can't remember the last carry he had.
Great point. Curtis was killing it, and then all of a sudden...gone. Completely out of the game plan.
Clark has been around for a minute as well.
No problem, I completely understand.
As a matter of fact, my post was meant to be sort of a off-handed jab at all of the people over-reacting to the loss.
Everyone is calling out Meyer, Beck, and Warinner, yet no one has made one mention about Zach Smith, who is just as much a part of the offense as the other three.