LOL I've never seen that before. I guess if I knew 100,000 people were watching me, I would wouldn't know how to act either.
Was anyone else confused by Marcus Baugh's body language throughout the game? Maybe I just haven't seen him enough and that is just how he is, but he seemed a little Marc Loving-ish as far as his emotions went. He had a huge day and made tons of good plays, but he would stand up and look at the ground as he walked back to the huddle as if he did something wrong. Just seemed a little odd to me for a guy who had to be itching to show what he can do.
Burrell should have kept his dreads. He would be starting by now if he did
You are seeing that psychology degree in full effect in my opinion. I don't want to downplay what these players are doing because I'm sure they are working hard, but I think Meyer is seeking out the hardest working freshmen and possibly giving them a little extra praise than a freshman would earn in previous years. He knows recruits see how many redshirts we had last year, so he wants to prove that you can earn your spot as a freshman. Just my opinion though, they could just be that good.
I was skeptical about Mack coming in as a freshman and earning playing time immediately because we just haven't seen Meyer do that, but it seems like that is going to happen now. Mack must be working his ass off because I've never heard of a black stripe being removed this early. Congrats to the Mack
That underwhelming passing game has set multiple all time Ohio State records, so I can't wait to see our overwhelming game
Neither team has lost at home this year and Golden State would have the home court advantage. They would take it in 5-6
That is why Russell will be playing professionally for 15 more years and the other names on this list are not in the league. That is what makes players like him elite, when you add desire to god given talents. That's what we have been struggling with here for a few years now, we have players with an off/on switch that decide when they want to give an effort. Loving can score 25 points in one game and then score 2 the next game and you could replace Loving with 4-5 different names over the last few years and the story stays the same
d. all the above
He is just saying "God, please forgive me for what I am about to do to these fools"
Expecting big things out of this guy. It's always fun having someone that can explode for a long TD on any given play and that seems to be exactly what McCall can do. I can see him playing behind Dontre/Samuel this year and then taking over as a big time playmaker next year
Good Share. I wouldn't really say he "opens up" though, since he really didn't say much. He is still giving his answers that the NFL teams want to hear and that's pretty smart of him.
I read it as "Love Making Waves" and I thought it was going to be some exotic beach story
Doing anything other than what we did would have been more pleasing. Throw deep, feed zeke, uptempo, quick slants, anything other than 17 read options :(
I feel like it was just last year that these guys were committing to Ohio State and now they are on the last leg of their careers. It's sad to see players like Lattimore and Dixon who have been praised since they got here for their hard work and desire, just their bodies can't hold up. I think Lattimore has more of a shot to contribute than Dixon, hamstrings will heal, but having bad knees sometimes just can't be fixed.
I think I read somewhere that he is running in a straight line currently and plans to start running with no restrictions in the spring. I would assume they will hold him out of spring practices and he will be full go for summer ball
Cant wait to see who comes out of the RB and WR battles. Weber/Samuel/Dunn all competing for a spot with Antonio Williams pushing them as well. Its also interesting to think that a WR with less than 10 career catches will most likely start spring practice as the #1 WR due to Corey Smith still recovering from his broken leg. I'm guessing Parris Campbell, Clark, and a mixture of Hill, McLaurin, Dixon will be the starting group until Smith and Brown get back to full speed. Can't wait for the updates and videos to start coming out of spring practices.
Man, it sucks that Jalin Marshall posted such disappointing numbers. For a somewhat unknown guy that questionably left early, he really needed a good combine. Joey Bosa almost tied him in the cone drill which is not good for a guy that is suppose to be shifty. Does anyone see him getting drafted? or will he slip through and have to work his way onto a roster?
4.5 sounds right to me, Braxton was never a top end speedster in my eyes. Go watch his highlight tape and try to find a play where he gains distance on a DB running a straight line. He is shifty and his long runs happened when he made a move and got the defender off balance. I think his NFL career will depend on if he can get open quickly, not running seam routes. Plus, Zeke beat him last year in the race and Zeke ran a 4.46, so 4.5 would make sense.
Even though I can't really get into the NFL (browns fan), I am looking forward to following whatever team picks Zeke up..He seems like he could be a day 1 starter
I remember seeing a picture last spring of Cardale, Braxton, and Zeke all doing some option play in practice and the images went through our head of this dynamic offense that couldn't be stopped. Zeke would have 200 yards, Braxton would get 100, and Cardale would be hitting his young speedsters over the top. Sadly, none of it really worked out like we thought it was going to and Braxton's playmaking ability was limited. I think he hurt himself a little this year trying to always make the big play instead of actually gaining yards. He seemed to always do one too many jukes or reverse field and lose yards when he could of gained a few. But, I understand him wanting to make a difference when he touches the ball since he was use to touching it every play. No matter where he gets drafted, I think we will be hearing his name on Sundays for awhile.
I'm not sure which one of them scared me more fielding punts either...Every punt for the last 3-4 years I find myself half closing my eyes just hoping that we don't fumble
I don't see any way that Braxton goes in the 1st round, even with a good 40 time. The mock drafts might place him there, but when it comes down to draft day, no team is going to use a first round pick on a guy that is so unproven at his position. I hope I am wrong because I love Braxton, but I think he will go mid second round.
They really like running that counter play lol
"It could have been a bb gun" Because what better way is there to intimidate someone than by sending them a picture of you holding a BB gun??