Sgt Shultz reference gets an automatic UV
So let it be written (by Ramzy), so let it be done.......
Put 'em all out there for the first play!
He deserves the first shot to win the job, one of the guys who provided the glue to keep this thing together in 2011! Should be an epic competition.
Just posted a correction before I saw your reply. I happily stand corrected!
I think I might have erred in my thinking :)
After watching it another dozen times he reaches for the linebacker but Spencer flies in like a lightning bolt and takes them out. He's moving so fast in the video it appears Price throws him aside. Either way, it is play that will be etched in every Buckeye fans' mind forever!
I think I've watched this play a thousand times and just noticed the other crucial block.........Billy Price pulls and just flings his right arm out to knock a Bama backer to the ground like swatting a fly.....
Sacks and hits after delivering the ball scare me the most as the QB is exposed. Limiting carries should be part of the package but they would be the least of my worries.
Would love to see him stay and cement his Buckeye legacy but you can't blame the guy if he looks for another opportunity. Either way I hope 'Buckeye Nation' supports his decision.....at least until we have to kick his ass in a playoff game! I truly hopes it doesn;t come to that. I would love to see how this three headed monster plays out this fall.
Funniest one liner in 11W history........nice!
Man has the game changed if 6'2" 235 pounds is considered a smaller frame :)! I'd take Lee in a heartbeat over Shazier too, both are great players but Lee is still a pup and will just get better.
I believe Eric Kumerow was another QB/DB who changed positions for the BUCKEYES who ended up making a nice chunk of change. There are other examples in the NFL like Randle El, Cordell Stewart, now TP and others who either made a name and a paycheck or extended a career by moving from QB. Makes you wonder about what could have been with guys like Steve Bellisari and what could be with a guy like Braxton Miller if NFL QB is not in his future.
When the NCAA eventually implodes I certainly hope Ohio State has the stones to add the 2010 victories back into the record books. Hell, why wait!
Love Antoine Winfield but are we allowed to post pictures from that game on this site?
Maybe a little nitpicking here but let's not forget the contributions of Rashad Frazier. Our D played their best when he and Miller were working a rotation.
I have little doubt that the young guns and the coaching staff will fill the voids. The silver bullets will be the best they've been in years.
The 'almost' forgotten man in the three headed monster we have at QB.
Add in McMillan and we have the best linebacker trio too. Or the second best linebacker duo if paired with anyone on our two deep.
Good luck TP. There's a spot for a freak athlete at wide receiver who can be an emergency QB in a roster numbers crunch.
Reporting the thoughts of the guys closest to one of the all time greats to ever play in the scarlet and gray requires no apology. Neither does his decision. Whatever he decides to do should come with the full support of this fan base. His commitment and talent helped keep this ship afloat during a very difficult time. The fact that the difficult time was so short was by in large a product of what he was able to do his three years behind center. I would love nothing more than to see him walk out as captain every game and have a crapload of highlight moments his final year here.
In many ways, Ohio State – which checks in sixth all-time with 863 wins – is the Pittsburgh Steelers of college football
How can I love this comparison and hate it all at the same time?
Along with Johnny Utah....guys looked like twins!
Sweet looking helmet......but exactly what you would expect from the BUCKEYES!
It appears to me we are still at 87 even with LIAM MCCULLOUGH taking a gray shirt. Curious as to how things will work out and hope we continue to do things the right way.
The 'Holy Buckeye' call was one of the greatest moments in Buckeye history. I thought he and Herbstreit were a great team too.
Agree with the entire list except 'Keith Jackson and...well anyone'. I would qualify that with the younger Keith Jackson and anyone other than Dan Fouts. The call of the 2002 NC game was quite possibly the worst in history. Keith Jackson was clueless and Fouts........well........we all know......