Looks like the Navy allowed him to pursue his NFL career first but will have to serve his 5 years after that is over.
Also 12-3 this century. But past performance is not indicative of future results. After last week that is probably a good thing.
Lay calling? That what lead to my divorce, my ex-wife was really good at it.
Okay so I think it's funny how we are all of a sudden supposed to be compared to Duke and Kentucky. Our freshmen do not equal their freshmen. Their freshmen can mostly go to the NBA without playing this year if they so choose and would have skipped college in the old days.
Just to play devil's advocate, there was a time where Thad brought in this kind of freshman (the one and done kind). I'm not on the #fireThad bandwagon yet, but it's obvious certain amount of rot has set in with the basketball program. Maybe he just needs some new assistants, Thad has lost some pretty good ones and hasn't seemed to replace them with anything close to the same quality.
From his work and write-up, it's clear that OSU did not execute well at all.
Sometimes execution is effected by play selection and scheme. We conceded that we were going to lose up front against their D-line, hense the roll out passes that we ran a lot Saturday but hadn't seen much of all year. These tweets from former 11W writer Ross Fulton sum up my feelings about the game:
Meyer needs to be who he is. Not going for it on 4th and 1 on the MSU 40 early was a bad omen— Ross Fulton (@RossRFulton) November 22, 2015
I knew we were in trouble when this happened.
OSU finally ran outside zone right— Ross Fulton (@RossRFulton) November 21, 2015
There was no variety in the running game like we saw last year. It was QB run or tight zone, even though power was working.
Somehow OSU lost any middle of the field passing game this season— Ross Fulton (@RossRFulton) November 21, 2015
Tight zone didn't work last yr v MSU. You score running power all drive. So you open on 1st with tight zone?— Ross Fulton (@RossRFulton) November 21, 2015
This was the gist of Zeke's comments. Power is working so hey let's completely abandon it. Makes sense.
If you align in 11 personnel, the D doesn't cover up your slot WR, and you don't care you should just get in 2 TE and be done with it— Ross Fulton (@RossRFulton) November 21, 2015
This would have never happened last year. We attacked the weakness the previous 3 seasons and used tempo to get teams to line up wrong like this or to keep exploiting matchups. That aspect of our game completely disapeared this year.
Would love someone to ask Meyer what the O game plan was. Because I'm not sure I could tell you. Just a grab bag— Ross Fulton (@RossRFulton) November 22, 2015
This was my feeling all game. It isn't just about the individual playcalls, it's about context and setting things up in a coherent strategy. We opened the game with speed option left. Speed option, in this offense, has always been a counter to what the defense is doing, not an opening salvo. When we started with speed option, we effectively conceded the line of scrimmage, just like we did when we rolled Barrett on passing plays (TO THE LEFT ACROSS HIS BODY FFS). When I saw that I knew we were in trouble. When we didn't go on 4th and 1 in MSU territory I knew we were going to lose.